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RUMOR: Mac Leopard, eight-core Mac Pros launching at NAB

Sources are saying that at next month’s upcoming NAB event, a mere 25 days away, Apple will launch its release of the Mac Leopard operating system, along with eight-core Mac Pros. Leopard has been rumored as having a release in late-March to mid-April, and sources say that its release at NAB is all but officially confirmed. The timing of a ...

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Swim with your iPod Shuffle and bone-conduction headphones

When we want music, we want music everywhere, some of us even want it underwater, so somebody created the underwater MP3 player. The problem of listening to music underwater is that the earphone lines are going to tangle, let alone the fact that your ears would feel uncomfortable because of the super tight earbuds; another danger would actually be not ...

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Create your own Apple Rumor!

In lieu of the recent plethora of Apple and Mac related rumors, here’s a cool little web rumor mill. We spotted this really funny rumor generator while sifting through the Internet plankton. The Apple Rumor Generator takes a series of Apple derived words, and generates a rumor for the occasion. Here are some of the rumors we’ve created: A confirmed ...

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Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard to be released in March

The 6th major release of Apple’s Mac OS X is slated for release as early as late March, says sources. Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, which became available for testing last August, is marked as a major release featuring the added innovated feature of both 64-bit and non-emulated 32-bit drivers. 64-bit capability allows users to use higher then 4GB of ...

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MacBook Nano: Is it possible?

Seeing this picture made our hopes rise, but they were quickly ducked down a notch. The photo is actually a fantasy mock-up of from Electro^Plankton. This doesn’t mean that we’ll never see something like this as a physical object though. The possibility is there for such an object to be created, maybe sooner then we think. What would be Apple’s ...

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Hands on with the Rhinoskin MacBook Pro Hardcase

Many laptop cases do not protect the laptop they are carrying. What if someone was to bump into you and the laptop was to fall to the floor? Well, if you were using the new Rhinoskin MacBook Pro Hardcase, you wouldn’t have to worry about a thing! Because of its durable ABS hardcase, it will not break. So it won’t ...

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FastMac replacement battery keeps your laptop alive (for a bit)

Laptops now-a-days are so jam packed with features that it seems there is no limits on what they can do. That is until you think about the abismal battery life that all your brand new hardware is sucking away at. Batteries are an obstical that the tech industry needs to overcome soon. CPUs use less and less power with the ...

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150 Lionsgate films added to iTunes video section

Good news for anyone who uses the iTunes Media Store to buy their digital videos: Lionsgate films are now available! It looks like Steve is still working on the major studios and their stupid reasons for not offering their videos online. With the addition of over 150 movies, the video section of the Media Store has now hit about 400 ...

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Walmart, get with it, Firefox is real and it has a market share

Walmart has outdone Apple with its major studio online video download service. There, it’s been said, now let’s get to the part where Walmart screwed up big time. Just visit the site. Yeah, it really does look like that (if you are using IE, not only are you crazy, you won’t get this article). That, ladies and gentlemen, is what ...

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Apple releases Vista only app, to fix iTunes

Apple has just released a Windows Vista only application. Oh yeah, it’s to fix a problem. Please don’t just jump to conclusions, just read and then think. With the new version of Windows, some problems have arrisen with iTunes. These problems include bad CoverFlow animation, purchased tracks being unplayable, and some iPod corruptions. Geez, just another problem with Windows Vista ...

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