Premium-Inhalt. Typically in this spot, you'd be reading an installment of the thrice-weekly . Today, though, it's something a bit different, as this is actually the final Mac OS X Hints blog entry I'll be writing for Macworld.
Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission should look not only for television broadcasters to give up unused wireless spectrum but also government agencies, in an effort to provide more spectrum for commercial mobile broadband, a new paper says.
Premium-Inhalt. Events like the Olympics make me truly appreciate those actively involved in security, intelligence and law enforcement.
Premium-Inhalt. Less than four months after its unveiling at an early, experimental stage, Google Go looks promising to developers who say it offers significant improvements over other programming languages.
Premium-Inhalt. Going green is profitable as well as good for our environment and apparently China's policy-maker understands this. The nation is doing its best to promote energy-saving industry, and focusing on the solar system project.
Premium-Inhalt. For all of you who bought a brand new iMac , it looks like you may finally get some answers--or at least, a public admission of the problem.
Premium-Inhalt. I knew my story about the would get a rise out of the Cringeville population, and I wasn't disappointed. Since I posted the piece, however, there have been a few new developments.
Premium-Inhalt. is a "match-three" puzzle game from . First released in 1996, the colorful puzzle game has graced multiple platforms and has become arguably the most successful casual game in history (save Solitaire). EA brings the classic gameplay elements to the iPhone and embellishes the title with new modes and features, making this version of Snood more than a simple port.
Premium-Inhalt. As we , the has come to hacked Apple TVs. It's available via either or ( Macworld rated 4.5 out of 5 mice )--two utilities that allow you to hack the Apple TV by jacking a USB flash drive into the Apple TV's USB port.
Premium-Inhalt. The Acer Aspire 5740-6378 parks itself next to most . It feels fast enough for all common productivity applications; carries a big, 15.6-inch screen; and has nearly all the inputs and outputs you could want. But it never reaches beyond that middle ground. Its big screen makes it a good portable movie player, but without a dedicated graphics processor or 1080p resolution, it balks at gaming and high-end media. If you can get by with only adequate video performance--and matching audio, trackpad, and battery performance for that matter--the Aspire achieves its midrange aspirations: It's not too slow and not too fast. Many will want more, but for some, it will be just right. And at a price around $800, it won't break the bank.
Premium-Inhalt. The internet worked itself up a little bit last week over news about Perfect Dark for Xbox Live Arcade including classic Nintendo 64 GoldenEye content. Rather than rush to the presses with the info, we tracked down XBLA Producer Nick Ferguson for a mini-interview about what else GoldenEye is doing for Perfect Dark.
Premium-Inhalt. To celebrate the announcement of an English-language release for WarioWare D.I.Y., Nintendo of Europe has with the team behind the latest iteration of the minigame series. While it may lack the sex appeal of Metroid: Other M or the sky-high hype of Super Mario Galaxy 2, WarioWare D.I.Y. does have a storied development history, which the team shared with Nintendo president Satoru Iwata.
Premium-Inhalt. , known for making small-form-factor , announced today (on its European site) the , a mini PC that's less than 1.5 inches wide. Powering the XS35 is the D510 Dual Core Processor (2x 1.66 GHz) and a high-performance as the system's graphics card. The XS35 is passively cooled, increasing the energy efficiency of the system and making it whisper-quiet.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple's Store reached a major milestone this week when it delivered its , an event that highlights the great success of Cupertino's digital-download service.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft and Google are stepping up their war of words. This time it's Microsoft's turn: It says Google is pointing fingers rather than addressing the European Commission's investigation into the search giant.
Premium-Inhalt. After Palm Inc. admitted that its smartphone sales were , rumors started swirling that the company might be sold, or that it could be beefing up its product line with a WiMax smartphone for Sprint Nextel.
Premium-Inhalt. If anyone still thinks "Enterprise 2.0" is just a catchphrase, think again.
Premium-Inhalt. Researchers at Florida State University have discovered crystals that could lead to as well as contribute to the discovery of materials that expand the capacity of electronic storage devices by 1,000 to 1 million times.