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21.10.2005

MacOrama für den 21. Oktober 2005

MacOramaiLounge bietet seinen großen iPod+video-Test: "For instance, as a digital music player, it is unquestionably superior to each of its full-sized predecessors, but it also drops support for certain top-mounted accessories that have become extremely popular. Similarly, it is even better at displaying photographs than last year's iPod photo, but remains slow at direct-from-camera photo transfers, and drops compatibility with two of the iPod's three bottom-mounting photo add-ons. And as a movie player, it is several major steps shy of what video fans have been hoping for. Yet for new iPod buyers and mainstream consumers - people who were willing to line up by the millions to buy a $299 20GB iPod last month with lesser specifications, it is a better value in almost every way than before."
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Kodawarisan haben den neuen iMac auseinandergenommen.
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Angebliche Details zum Finder von 10.5 bei macosxrumors: "According to the sources, Apple will entirely re-design the Finder in its next major Mac OS X update. The new version of the Finder, code-named “Chardonnay” (like the wine), will be totally based on the Spotlight meta-search technology which was introduced earlier this year with Tiger."
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AP: "Microsoft Corp., already under government scrutiny over its behavior toward competitors, told manufacturers of iPod-like portable audio devices that under a new marketing program they would not be allowed to distribute rivals' music player software but pulled back after one company protested. "
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Der iTrip für den iPod nano dürfte nett geworden sein.
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Pro Application Support 3.1, 6,1 MB: "This update improves general user interface reliability for Apple’s professional applications."
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Das unverzichtbare Webseiten-Screenshot-Tool Paparazzi! bringt in Version 0.3 u.a. die Möglichkeit als PDF zu speichern sowie ein praktisches Bookmarklet. Change Log.
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Im TV-Programm-Widget Fernsehen 1.5 lassen sich nun gewünschte Kanäle besser verwalten, das (Fernseh-)Pogramm der kommenden Tage in den Cache packen (und damit auch offline betrachte) und es finden sich etliche weitere Detailverbesserungen.
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Flock ist nun öffentlich testbar testzufahren, allerdings noch in einer recht rauen Developer Preview.

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