Sony has launched two new Bluetooth color phones, the T610 (GSM) and the T608 (CDMA). Hopefully they have addressed the issues that have cropped up in the T68i. Anyone have experience with these new phones?
I’ve been having problems with a 5GB iPod that’s approximately 13 months old. It became problematic, and now it no longer boots up or mounts on the desktop (displaying a folder icon with an exclamation point). Researching solutions has led me to the conclusion that the HD is “permanently damaged.”
Most of the “airline adapters” you see in the catalogs cost US$80-$100, and they use the special “airline” plug. However, the only US airline I know of that actually has power outlets in coach (American) uses the old 12-volt cigarette-lighter-style outlets.
I was having myriad problems with my iBook (Dual USB 500) hinge problems, Combo Drive wasn’t working, etc. I brought it into the Apple Store in Short Hills, NJ and they sent it to Apple for me. Turnaround was quick, but that isn’t what has me so excited.
Babel Company’s Impression is a “backup utility for Mac OS X, offering a low-cost (US$20), reliable application with which to back up and restore data from a directory or folder to multiple optical discs (CD-R, CD-RW and DVD-R).”
Rogue Amoeba today unveiled Audio Hijack Pro for OS X. Audio Hijack Pro is an enhanced audio grabber/enhancer featuring MP3 recording, enhanced Timers, and the ability to hijack running applications and much more. AH Pro also includes the ability to pause recordings, the power to create sets of DSP effects called Patches, support for up to 100 VST and/or AudioUnits plugins at a time, and more.