Amazon is on FIRE!

The iPad currently pretty much sits alone on top of the tablet market. Sure there’s been lots of, “HEY! Look at ME! I’M a

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Trick or Treat from Apple

Oh Apple, you just LOVE screwing with my head. Just when it seemed like this was going to be year of nothing but iOS and mobile devices (the AppleTV being somewhat of an exception, but since it’s essentially running the iOS it hardly counts), you throw out an invitation for some serious Mac love. So let’s throw out a few predictions of what’s coming on October 20th.

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iStik Hands-free 4th generation iPod Nano case and holder – Review



Ever not realize there’s a problem until someone comes up with a solution for it? If you own a 4th generation Apple iPod Nano and are physically active while using it, then you probably have some kind of case with a clip or a loop or some other less than convenient way of securing it. The iStik is a new way of doing just that. Does it work well? Read on!

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Acer 22-inch Monitor – Review


What! An Acer product sullying the MyMac.com site with its PC foulness? Yes, this is a review for an Acer product. When a product that works with a Mac is a great value, then we should not automatically dismiss it just because it doesn’t have an Apple logo or that its parentage is from a company that competes in many of the same markets that Apple does. It should be judged by its merits not by who makes it.

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Is Psystar Open Computers really cheaper than Apple’s Macs?


The ongoing debacle of Psystar just won’t go away much to Apple’s dismay. Apple tried to do what they prefer to do at first, which is ignore them and hope they’ll self-destruct. Early on that seemed to be the winning move as Psystar changed its location several times, had its capability of ordering through credit cards taken away, and put out its first computers to pretty much universal derision when they turned out to noisier than Obama/McCain supporters on Fox news.

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iPod Nano (4th generation) – Review


In pictures the new Nano looks much larger than the one it replaces. In real life it simply is much longer and skinnier. Imagine the 3rd Gen. put on a stretch rack and turned sideways. In more ways it resembles the 1st and 2nd generation Nanos than it does its predecessor. Let’s talk about what Apple did to make this Nano better.

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