Verizon Treo 650 With Bluetooth on OS X (Updated)

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Date: Tuesday, May 31st, 2005, 14:29
Category: Mobile Phone

palmOne Treo 650How-to connect the palmOne Treo 650 (on Verizon) to a PowerBook via Bluetooth. Read More…

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How-To: Treo 650 Mac OS X Connectivity (Updated)

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Date: Tuesday, May 31st, 2005, 08:17
Category: Mobile Phone

Sprint Treo 650Trevor Harmon has posted step-by-step instructions for setting up dial-up networking with the Sprint Treo 650 smartphone using Bluetooth and Mac OS X. Links after the jump…

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Megapixel Arms Race: Digital Cameras

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Date: Tuesday, May 31st, 2005, 08:56
Category: Digital Camera

First we reported on the 144 Megapixel digital camera, not to be outdone, we then posted the 1 Gigapixel digicam (with about one billion pixels). PowerPage reader Will Hammond sends us some links to other high-end digital cameras. “The Phase One captures a 786MB file!” Read More…

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Podcasting the News

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Date: Tuesday, May 31st, 2005, 07:25
Category: Archive

Check out NBC affiliate KUAM in Guam. Media director Jason Salas is now podcasting all their news. Check it! “Download KUAM content for your Apple iPod, mobile MP3 player, or just a standalone computer! Subscribe to one (or all) or our RSS feeds and get the latest news, information, and entertainment to get you through the day.”

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PowerBook Recycling: iTunes Jukebox

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Date: Tuesday, May 31st, 2005, 07:25
Category: Hardware

Lombard PowerBook JukeboxRemember our query about what to do with a legacy PowerBook? PowerPage reader Henri came up with a great suggestion: he’s using an old Lombard as an iTunes jukebox connected to his stereo and TV. “Works like a charm!”

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Sighting: Lindsay Lohan's PowerBook

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Date: Friday, May 27th, 2005, 11:01
Category: Sighting

Lindsay Lohan’s PowerBook weighs more than she does. On her way to media meltdown, it appears that Lindsay Lohan will still have at least one nice asset after she starves herself. Link after the jump.

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?Mad As Hell? Security Expert Dumps PC

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Date: Friday, May 27th, 2005, 09:49
Category: Archive

Winn Schwartau was so ?Mad as Hell? at his Windows/Intel (WinTel) products, he bought his corporate staff and family a host of Apple Computers and started preaching its security and cost of ownership benefits in a ?Network World? Column and on his blog, Security Awareness for Ma, Pa and the Corporate Clueless. On Wednesday, May 25, Schwartau realized he was now part of the Mac community as tens of thousands visited his blog and commented on the epic PC versus Mac battle. Read More..

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Getting Better WoW Wireless Performance

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Date: Friday, May 27th, 2005, 06:37
Category: Software

I’ve been playing World of Warcraft (WoW) on a PowerBook and on my new dual G5 2.7 both wirelessly and sometimes the network totally wigs but here are a few things i’ve found that help a lot…

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Nokia to Bring Back the Web Tablet

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Date: Thursday, May 26th, 2005, 14:15
Category: Hardware

Nokia 770 Internet TabletOn Wednesday Nokia announced that they have created a new communication device, but it?s not a cell phone. It?s a portable, web-surfing device that looks more like a landscape based PDA. They call it the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet. Read more…

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Intel CEO: Apple is the Safer Computer (Updated)

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Date: Thursday, May 26th, 2005, 14:29
Category: Archive

The Register: Sly Intel CEO warns that Apple is the safer computer buy
New Intel CEO Paul Otellini has flashed a level of marketing savvy unseen with his predecessor by making the unusual suggestion that consumers by Apple’s Mac computers if they wish to avoid immediate security risks.
Pressed about security by (a reporter), Mr Otellini had a startling confession: He spends an hour a weekend removing spyware from his daughter’s computer. And when further pressed about whether a mainstream computer user in search of immediate safety from security woes ought to buy Apple Computer Inc.’s Macintosh instead of a Wintel PC, he said, “If you want to fix it tomorrow, maybe you should buy something else.” Read more…

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