Jean-Marc Fontaine, Director of Sales and Operations in the U.S., I.R.I.S. Inc, answers ten questions about OCR and I.R.I.S.Read More
iPod cases can make your iPod look completely different, while the best cases still retain that special iPod flavor. iPod cases are all the rage. Sure, we all know that an iPod case will protect your $300 iPod from scratches and the like, but what about your $2,000 15" MacBook Pro? How about a case for that? The folks at Speck Products must have been thinking the same thing, and recently introduced the See Thru, a two-piece MacBook Pro case that is both attractive and effective in what it does.Read More
In my opinion, one of the best features that was added to OSX in Panther is Expose. With the push of a key on your keyboard you can see all of the open windows on your computer, and click the one you want to switch to. If you are like me, I donâ€™t want to stop working and reach for the F9 key. I want a quicker way to run this feature of Expose. Well, if you have a click-wheel mouse or a Mighty Mouse this Macspiration is for youRead More
Topics this week: Questions about whether or not RAM in the Intel-based Macs needs to be installed in matching pairs. Dell and printing on an Airport Extreme. More Dell Hell.Read More
When I decided to buy a new digital camera in June it wasn’t an easy decision. While I am not particularly talented, I expect a good deal from a digital camera. My main concern for a new digital camera was a better resolution, smaller size and more options. After some intensive reading up on the internet I decided on the Canon PowerShot A700, for a variety of reasons, but mostly because it offered 6 Megapixels, 6x optical zoom and lots of features in an affordable package.
hile Apple certainly has intelligent and talented design engineers, their notebook line has changed very little over the last few years as far as the way they look goes. So, if you have a G4 PowerBook or Core2Duo MacBook Pro, unless you look closely youâ€™ll notice very little difference in outward appearance. How can you show some individuality when they all look the same without spending a lot of money on getting your computer painted by a pro? iToppers.com.Read More
The Weeks Division of MyMac Labs just wrapped up a couple of road trips with WiebeTech’s new ToughTech Mini external drive. After flogging it mercilessly on the road, we ran it at home as well. While specs aren’t everything, this enclosure leaves few needs unfulfilled. A few ToughTech highlights after the jump.Read More
SPAM, or junk email is a growing problem that is not going away. For some it is worse than others. There are several ways you can fight SPAM. Some of these methods are free, others will cost you money. One is totally free, and long dismissed by many. This is the bounce feature of Apple’s Mail. I used to dismiss it too, until recently.
Have you ever gotten your credit card bill, looked at the total, and just knew the bank got it wrong? My answer to the problem is personal financial software. For me it is â€œcan’t do withoutâ€ software, the type you install the second you get your computer. Does iBank fit that need? Check out the review.
Mac Treat #7, Take Control Ebooks Excerpt, Firmware Update for All Intel Macs, Albums of the Year, How to End a Wedding Engagement, Podcasts to GoRead More
For photo enthusiasts who are looking to immerse yourselves in the personal and commercial application of Adobe Photoshop CS2, Photoshop Artistry puts this college level course right in your lap. What Photoshop Artistry for Photographers using CS2 and Beyond offers is an in depth immersion into the world of commercial Photoshop CS2 usage.Read More
As you know from reading MyMac.com, there are a ton of iPod cases out there. In order to get anywhere in this market you need to make something different. iFrogz has done just that with there customizable iPod cases. The iFrogz cases are available for the iPod Nano (both generations), 20/40GB iPods, the 30GB iPod w/Video, the 60/80GB iPods with Video, and the iPod mini. I was able to test the Nano and 30GB models, so those are what I will be focussing on.Read More
Bose is well-known for the company’s QuietComfort Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones, costing $300-350. Most smart, thrifty music listeners will be satisfied with the affordable Around-Ear Headphones, at less than half the price of their highly-promoted siblings.Read More
Claus takes the CanoScan LiDE 25 for a spin, including all the bundled software. Find out if this scanner is worth your money.Read More
Do you ever receive a bunch of photos in an email that you want in iPhoto? If you are using Tiger, it is easy as 1,2,3. If you are in an older operating system, there are a few more steps involved. Iâ€™ll cover both in this installment of Macspiration.