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26.07.2005

MacOrama für den 26. Juli 2005

MacOramaNachher um 2 startet Motonow, Motorolas Medienevent (Webcast), das die Vorstellung des iTunes phones endlich mit sich bringen könnte. "So will Zander be lifting the curtain on the iTunes by Tuesday when he hosts this year's analyst gathering in Rosemont? Well, he hinted at it, but wouldn't quite say. "We'll have a lot of music stuff for you [this] week," sagte der Moto-Chef gegenüber Chicago Tribune.
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Microsofts frisch gestartete 'virtuelle Erde' beeindruckt durch die Aktualität ihrer Bilder: Apple HQ One Infinte Loop ist noch gar nicht erbaut, womit die Aufnahmen knapp 15 Jahre alt sein dürften. Google machts besser.
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Kürzlich veröffentlichte Zahlen zum Einsatz von OS X in Firmen wurden falsch wiedergegeben, MacCentral hat den Artikel inzwischen (lausig) korrigiert. Ian Betteridge schreibt: "I checked with Joe Wilcox, the analyst who was quoted in the story, and it turned out it was a misquote: 21% of larger companies have some Macs, which, given the Mac’s popularity in design and publishing, is no surprise."
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iPod shuffle mit sich selbst laden:
iPod shuffle shuffle
Das BrightonNet Power shuffle Ladegerät betankt den shuffle mit zwei handelsüblichen Batterien.
(via dapreview)
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"With the vaguely retro-chic Andrews Coffee Shop at Fifth Avenue between 18th and 19th Streets now shuttered, Apple Computers' plan to build a store on the site is running into some trouble", so The Real Estate über einen weiteren geplanten New Yorker Apple Retail Store.
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"In this guide we'll take you through installing multiple operating systems on the Intel based Developer Macintosh machine. This guide was put together by Ross Carlson and Joel Wampler to hopefully get you through building a machine that can run every major operating system currently available. This guide takes about 2 hours total." Klingt nach Kinderspiel.
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"anti ipod ad" von Shira Golding.
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Yahoo kaufte für eine ungenannte Summe Konfabulator und stellt es kostenlos zur Verfügung. "The acquisition of Konfabulator may not be the last Mac compatible product users see from Yahoo! While Schneider wasn’t specific, he did say that there was interest in the Mac. “There is a move at Yahoo! -- in addition to Konfabulator -- to move more onto the Mac,” sagte Yahoo-Mann Schneider gegenüber MacCentral. “We want to make sure we find a way to be more cross platform.” Yahoo befindet sich jedenfalls seit geraumer Zeit bereits auf fröhlicher Einkaufstour.
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"In Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger", the default message format for Mail messages changed from the Apple custom mbox-package format to the new emlx format (where messages are stored in individual files for Spotlight indexing). However, if you need to recover from a hard drive crash, it's almost impossible to recover your mail messages easily since Mail won't import emlx files and you can't add them to your mailboxes any other way. This tool will convert your individual emlx mail files (found in ~/Library/Mail/) to the old mbox format, used by almost every UNIX/Linux mail client and recognized by many more."
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"GarageBand 2.0.2 addresses issues with time signature handling, Apple Loops authoring, locking tracks, and improves compatibility with Mac OS X Tiger." 14,6MB in der Softwareaktualisierung, kein Neustart erforderlich.

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