My "iBike" post appears to have touched a nerve with cyclists out there. One reader took issue with the concept that Apple is actually innovating in the bicycling space.
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Photoshop Senior Project Manager John Nack posted a piece on his blog called Photoshop, Lightroom, and Adobe's 64-bit roadmap where he divulges that Photoshop (CS4) will be available in 64-bit versions for Windows, but only a 32-bit version for OS X.It doesn't mean that the Windows version of Photoshop will be twice as fast as the Mac OS X version though.
Yesterday Apple pushed out a Safari 3.1 update via Software Update on Windows.
One recurring meme that frequently gets trotted out on Digg.com and other forums is that Mac users are smug and arrogant.
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.
According to a knowledge base article (#936824) posted yesterday on Microsoft's Help and Support Web site, Vista's Eject command doesn't work with properly with a connected iPod and can cause data corruption (see Techmeme discussion): The Safely Remove Hardware feature and the Windows Explorer "Eject" command do not work correctly with an Apple iPod that is connected to a Windows Vista-based computer Consider the following scenario.
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates talked with Newsweek magazine's Steven Levy about the new version of Windows and shared his views on the "I'm a Mac" television commercials. In excerpts from the interview Gates goes on the offensive and claims that the security in Vista is better that the security in the Mac.