The BtX350 wireless compact bluetooth stereo speaker provides rich, full-bodied sound, strong bass and wirelessly streams via Bluetooth or connects to non-wireless items, such as iPods, with a standard 3.5mm plug. The addition of easy to reach operational buttons, makes this a useful speaker.
Griffin Technology has released the rugged and colorful Survivor case for iPhone 5, complete with belt clip which doubles as another layer of security. There are currently 11 color options and another eight will be available shortly. One problem noted was the difficulty in removing the iPhone from the case.
MacVoices TV has posted a video of the Macworld All Star Band at Cirque du Mac 6.0. MacVoices TV is the video arm of Chuck Joiner's MacVoices podcasting empire, and Mr. Joiner posted this video compilation of moments from band's performance at the party.
Back from Macworld Expo, John and Dave have a relatively "normal" show for you this week. First they cover a few remaining items from Macworld Expo, including the upcoming BusyCal and a virtual machine from Sun. Then they move on to answer your questions about extending and enhancing WiFi connections, with some great suggestions buried and peppered within. Don't miss this one, folks!
Live again from the podcast stage at Macworld Expo in San Francisco, John and Dave talk about the coolest stuff they've found on the show floor, and then of course take some listener/attendee questions. LOTS of fun to be had here, folks!
The Macworld All Star Band rocks Cirque du Mac 6.0, presented by TMO, Back Beat Media, and our awesome sponsors! In this photo gallery, John F. Braun gives us a tour of the best Cirque du Mac yet.
It's About Time Products is showing their It's About Time to Learn the Switch to Mac and It's About Time to Learn the iPhone 3G training products at this week's Macworld Expo. The goal of It’s About Time to Learn the Switch to Mac is to minimize the two to four week period of time to become familiar with using the Mac to just a couple hours, with a similar goal for Learn the iPhone 3G
John F. Braun offers up his third tour of the show floor for Macworld 2009. Today we see Mac art, music and music gear, and much more.
I have a theory, now, that the reason some people don't object to the glossy screen on modern displays, including Apple's, is because they have the mental ability to block out reflections, much like the shift in appearance with some optical illusions. I don't have a any scientific evidence for this, but I did notice the other day that I can block out or bring in the reflections myself at will. Perhaps that's why I don't mind, and fact prefer, glossy screens. Apocryphal evidence also supports the theory.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Macworld is a great place to sit down with a representative from a well-known company and acquire new insights that don't always come through in either their press releases or Website. When the subject is Mac OS X security, the occasion is even more profitable.
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