Date: Thursday, February 18th, 2010, 20:08
Panel: Jason O’Grady and Rob Parker
Topics: We do our post-mortem wrap-up of Macworld Expo 2010 and Apple puts the smack down on iPhone hackers.
Here’s what’s on our Macs this week:
- Thermapak Heatshift – This $25 cooling pad dissipates heat from the bottom of your MacBook and keeps it away from your lap.
- NBC Olympics app (free) – Displays live, real-time updates on every event from the games in Vancouver.
- SPL Meter (99 cents) – Professional grade sound level meter app.
- Luma Loop ($60) – DSLR quickdraw strap.
- Soupy Sales‘ Twitter feed.
- Aperture 3 ($99 upgrade/$199 new) – Photo management app.
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- Apple releases Java for Mac OS X 10.6 Update 16
- iPhone case hints at thicker, rounder design for upcoming low-cost iPhone
- AT&T updates carrier settings, pushes Wireless Emergency Alerts
- Sprint adds 4G LTE access to 22 additional U.S. cities
- Adobe releases Creative Cloud apps into wild, offers discounts