With increasing fraud on eBay, is it even safe to try to buy PowerBook through them? Is escrow service the way to go? There seem to be some good deals on eBay or other classified services – some frankly seem to good to be true. Any tips on protecting a purchase from the evil doers who are out to rip off Mac fans? I’m considering a transaction with a seller in UK and I’m planning to use uk-escrow.com for escrow proctection. Any advice? Ed: Login to add comments to this story, and tell us what you think. -PK
Pixadex 1.0, released today by The Iconfactory today is named the Apple iPhoto of icons. Created in a partnership with Panic and Iconfactory this is the same team who also created CandyBar. Pixadex lets users import, organize and search huge numbers of icons quickly and easily. Pixades lets the user store all of their icons in a single place, organized into collections that they create. Trust me on this folks, this IS the program that icon lovers have been waiting for.
RadTech, producers of innovative solutions for your digital lifestyle, announced today that it will offer Notebook Enhancement Clinics during Macworld NY 2003. Notebook clinics to help polish and restore displays with damage due to abrasion tune up tight hinges, correct and optimize chassis alignments.
Steven Frank has posted a comparison between the Sony Ericsson P800 and the T-Mobile Sidekick (AKA Danger HipTop). Steven has used the Sidekick as his primary phone for quite a while and recently picked up a P800 instead of upgrading to the color version of the sidekick.
One of the biggest surprises is that the P800 is actually smaller than the Sidekick. Don?t believe it? He?s got pictures.
Wired magazine’s picks for the best gadgets of the year — so far, that is. Among their picks, Casio’s Exilim Z3 digital camera, Fujitsu’s Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC (pictured at right), Danger’s color Hiptop, Kanguru’s KangaruMicro keychain MP3 player, and Casio’s SY-4000 portable TV.