After spending two days with my new PowerBook 17-Inch I am finally starting to get used to it. A good friend of mine named Nuggets got bragging rights by getting his 17 first told me that “at first I thought it was too big.” I have to concur. When you first open up and use the massive PowerBook you’ll fell the same way. Coming from a 15-inch it feels just too big. But don’t fret, it goes away in about an hour.
Apple kbase 25045 (“Mac OS X: About the Mac OS X 10.2.5 Update”), under Enhancements, Digital hub and disc burning, the second item says: “Includes Bluetooth support for Nokia 7650 and P800 phones.”
Over at The Register there is an article about the new forthcoming iPod:
The new model, to be offered in 15GB and 30GB incarnations, not only sports a redesigned control system that adds QuickTime Player-style, fast forward, and track skip (forward and backward) buttons, removing them from around the scroll wheel, but will ship with a music transfer/recharge cradle.
Fortunately the cradle doesn’t replace the iPod’s 1394 port, but provides a more consumer-friendly way of sitting the iPod on your desktop. It also provides a USB 2.0 connection for Windows users.
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The 10.2.5 Update delivers enhanced functionality and improved reliability for the following applications, services and technologies: AirPort, Bluetooth, Classic compatibility, FireWire, Graphics, Image Capture, Mail, and OpenGL.