Google Chrome for Macs Has Competition

By Dan Hinckley

You can always tell how good an idea is by how quickly someone else copies it. Google Chrome’s multi-process per tab or window idea must be a good one. Despite Google being embarrassed about

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iTunes 8.0 First Impressions

By Aaron

Having used the new version of iTunes 8.0 for a couple of hours, here are some of my initial thoughts. The thing I like best about the latest version of iTunes isn’t Genius, but

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Adium Meets Facebook

By Dan Hinckley

Adium, one of the best Instant Messaging clients available on Mac OS X, has just added some new features with their latest release. These features include: Complete redsign of the Contact Inspector (formerly the

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Having Fun with Simplifly Media

By Aaron

Simplify Media has been around for a while now. Recently, Simplify Media released their very own iPhone app on the App Store free to the first 100,000 downloads. The idea behind Simplify Media is

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WordPress Plugin for iPhone

By Aaron

WordPress has released an app for the iPhone/iPod touch that allows you to post blog entries while on the go. If you use WordPress, head on over to the Appstore and pick It up

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VirtualBox – Parallels on a Budget

By Aaron

Now that you’ve spent all your money on a nice new Mac, iPhone, Apple TV etc., your budget is starting to get very tight. But you still want to run Windows without Bootcamp, or

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Photo Sharing with Picasa Web Albums

By Dan Hinckley

iPhoto is a great application for managing your digital photos. The update to the latest version of iPhoto including Events has only made the application more enticing to potential Mac users. The ability to

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Google Reader + Adobe Air = ReadAir

By Dan Hinckley

We’ve mentioned previously that Adobe Air allows you to bring some of the great functionality of Web 2.0 to your desktop. Now, Google has released Google Reader on Adobe Air and is calling it

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