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Posts Tagged ‘OS X

What Is The BEST Web Browser?

October 15, 2008

Lately there has been a lot of discussion about web browsers, with good reason, there are tons of them available these days, such as: Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, Opera, Camino, Flock, and Webkit (I’m not even going to get into Mobile Internet, that’s a different discussion). It all started with Netscape, the grandaddy of […]

CrossOver Chromium Brings Google Chrome to OS X (sort of).

September 16, 2008

I was excited when I saw an article on Lifehacker about Chrome for Mac OS X, earlier today, however it turned out to be a port of the Windows version of Chrome. CrossOver is insisting that the port is simply a proof of concept, and is not meant to be used a a full time […]

Link Love

August 23, 2008

I’ve been busy with work and helping friends move, as well as testing out my new iPhone, so I’ve been neglecting my blog a bit. I will have a couple articles soon about my thoughts about my thoughts on using the iPhone in Canada, and my experience with Rogers wireless, as well as some more […]

iPhone Backup Taking Too Long, Here’s The Fix.

August 5, 2008

Have you noticed your fancy new iPhone 3G is taking a ridiculously long time to backup every time it syncs to your computer? It seems like Apple added a function in 2.0 that makes you iPod/iPhone back itself up every time it connects, but why? Is it really necessary to do this many backups? I […]

Magic Pad Prooves Copy & Paste On iPhone Is Possible.

July 28, 2008

The number one feature that iPhone users have been craving and still have yet to receive is the ability to copy and past text.  Without copy & paste linking to long urls becomes almost impossible, unless you want to use a pen and paper to write down the entire url and then write it out […]