Garmin has released a beta version (direct download) of their long-awaited Mac OS X client for their portable GPS receivers - a first for the company. Previously Garmin owners had to connect their receivers to a Windows machine (or Parallels or Boot Camp) to update it.
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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 has covered the Mac market and other technology segments for 20 years.
Yesterday, Apple chief Steve Jobs made the monumental announcement that it will begin selling DRM-free tracks from EMI next month via the iTunes store. After the media event in the UK Jobs and EMI Group chief executive Eric Nicoli held an enlightening Q&A session with attendees.
Think Secret is reporting that the next major update to Mac OS X (10.5, a.
Update: It's official, Steve Jobs has announced that the entire EMI catalog will go DRM-free in May. The only catch is that the DRM-free tracks cost more (US$1.
Thousands, if not more, of Windows users cannot search for music in the iTunes store since the latest upgrade. Apple has not responded to requests for help and is instead blaming each individual user.
Apple last night released AirPort Base Station Update 2007-001 (12.7MB) includes general fixes, compatibility updates, and security improvements for the following applications:AirPort UtilityAirPort Admin Utility for Graphite and Snow Base StationsAirPort Disk UtilityAirPort Disk AgentLet's hope that the update fixes the problems with AirDisk and remote iTunes libraries.
Since the first day the Apple TV began shipping anxious users started hacking the boxes to allow playback of Xvid files (as an example).Yesterday a story appeared on Tutorial Ninjas suggesting that Apple may be locking down modded Apple TVs over the Internet.
New York -- I'm at Adobe's Creative Suite 3 launch event here in Soho and the program just started. Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen addressed the crowd at the sleek Skylight studio on Hudson street.
Semthex from the hackint0sh.org forums has provided a detailed tutorial on how it's done.
This Steve Jobs spoof is courtesy of MadTV. And with that, say hello to "iRack"