Jason D. O'Grady

Jason O'Grady is a journalist and author specializing in mobile technology. He has published six books on Apple and mobile gadgets and his PowerPage blog has been publishing for over 18 years.

David Morgenstern

David Morgenstern has covered the Mac market and other technology segments for 20 years.

Latest Posts

Leopard screenies posted (again)

Last Friday I mentioned that Wired had complied with a request by Apple legal to remove several screen shots of the WWDC build (9a466) of Leopard that were posted on their Web site.This time Think Secret has posted a complete gallery of 33 screenies from the Mac OS 10.

June 20, 2007 by


Refurbished MacBook for US$109

During the switchover to the new Santa Rosa-based MacBook Pros a programming error on the Apple online store led to refurbished MacBooks being listed for the low, low prices of US$109.Not believing their good fortune a few (lucky) eagle-eyed shoppers were able to click through before Apple realized the error and added the missing digit (presumably a "9").

June 18, 2007 by


10 things wrong with touchscreens

While we're on the topic of lists, another list that caught my eye recently was Nigel Powell's 10 serious problems with touchscreens that you should know before 29th June (via TUAW). While Nigel doesn't claim to have ever held an iPhone, he brings up some good points about the downside of using a touchscreen interface (ala iPhone.

June 17, 2007 by


6 reasons not to switch to Safari on a PC

When I installed Vista Ultimate in Boot Camp recently, the first thing I did (after patching up Windows and installing Norton AntiVirus, that is) was install iTunes, QuickTime and Safari for Windows. What can I say, the tools that I'm familiar with on the Mac side make using Windows a little easier for me.

June 17, 2007 by


MacBook Pro 17-inch HD starting to arrive

Lost in the excitement of the new MacBook Pro announcement on 5 June was a unique new feature never available in an Apple notebook before. No, I'm not talking about the new LED-backlit displays, I'm talking about the new 1920 x 1200 displays that are available as an option in the new Santa Rosa-based 17-inch MacBook Pros.

June 17, 2007 by