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New Software to Enable Pocket PCs to Sync to Macs

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Date: Wednesday, August 15th, 2001, 06:50
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I’ve looked at Pocket PC users for some time with great envy, but no more! A company called Information Appliance Associates is working on a program called PocketMac that will allow you to connect a Pocket PC (like the famous iPaq and Cassiopeia) to your Mac. The program will allow Mac users to transfer files, synchronize records, contacts and notes.

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InMotion Rents DVDs in Airports

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Date: Tuesday, August 14th, 2001, 10:44
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InMotion Pictures will rent you a DVD movie for US$5 at 14 airport locations around the United States (with more to come soon.) You get the title for five days and a postage paid mailer for returning it.

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Macintosh is the Brain for NASA ISP Plane [Updated]

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Date: Monday, August 13th, 2001, 22:35
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A new plane from NASA has been developed as a continuously-flying broadband pipeline. The brain of the plane is a Mac. No word as to which model was chosen, but we are betting on a PowerBook.

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Luggage Week: BagBag for PowerBook G3

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Date: Monday, August 13th, 2001, 20:21
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A new PowerBook G3 bag has been developed by BagBag of Japan and I have composed a little review of it. The BagBag Web site is being updated and currently does not display photos of their products. This bag seems to be perfect for relatively light traveling and includes an accessory pouch.

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iBook Dual USB – How did the Icebook get so Hot?

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Date: Sunday, August 12th, 2001, 20:50
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Apple put the world on its ear with the introduction of the new iBook. Gone is the ridiculous proportions of the old iBook, as well as the dayglow colors. Instead, Apple has delivered a mega-machine, one that appeals to all sorts of folks. Students and schools like the price, professionals like the size and style, and everyone likes the bundled CDRW. This computer is most certainly a real step forward for Apple.

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TiBook Engineering Faults: Cracked Latch, Loose Battery

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Date: Sunday, August 12th, 2001, 13:22
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Replacement AC Adapter Timing Update

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Date: Friday, August 10th, 2001, 14:48
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NAMM 01: Music products show runs on Macs

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Date: Thursday, August 9th, 2001, 17:04
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The NAMM show we’ve covered this week is Mac shop and fully Airport-enabled, writes Larry Herrmann, Technology Director, NAMM

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Luggage Week: IceBook Bags

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Date: Thursday, August 9th, 2001, 17:28
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Heard on the Ether

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Date: Thursday, August 9th, 2001, 14:19
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