Mac OS X 10.5.7

12 05 2009

Mac OS X 10.5.7 has been released. It’s basically a giant bundle of bug fixes and security updates, and not much more. No new features/tools have been introduced in this version of the popular operating system, however, I look forward to Mac OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard.

Summer Posting

12 05 2009

We will resume service on June 15th, 2009 at roughly 11AM EST. Posting should continue through August, and then indeterminately after that.

Apple WWDC ’09

27 03 2009

June 8-12 are the dates for the 2009 Apple World-Wide Developer Conference, and the two rumors that make the most sense to us are an unveiling of a completed Snow Leopard, and a new iPhone

Blackberry’s Own App Store

27 03 2009

BusinessWeek says that RIM chief Mike Lazaridis will launch BlackBerry’s long-awaited App Store competitor from CTIA on April 1. Paid apps will start at $2.99, but like the Apple App Store, freebies will exist.

Tiered iTunes Pricing Comes April 7th

27 03 2009

The tiered iTunes pricing coming in early April will have 3 levels: $0.69, $0.99, and $1.29.  We assume that the most recent, more popular songs with be more expensive, and the older, or less popular songs will be cheaper.  One thing we’re wondering about though, is the pricing of albums.  If there are two album with 10 songs in each, but one album has all $0.69 songs, and the other all $1.29 songs, will the overall album price be different?

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North Korea Missile

27 03 2009

North Korea has placed a long-range missile on a launching pad before a test that the United States, Japan and South Korea said would violate a United Nations Security Council resolution, a news report said Thursday.

Soyuz Rocket Takes Off

27 03 2009

A Russian Soyuz rocket blasted off Thursday from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan carrying two fresh crew members and Charles Simonyi, a wealthy space tourist on his second visit to the ISS.


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