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Logitech’s K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard is now available for the Mac

on Wednesday, October 26th, 2011
Posted in: Computer Gear, News

Last December, Andy reviewed the K750 and loved it. The only problems with it were the lack of a Mac specific version that could take advantage of the special apps required to view charging info and the special function keys didn’t work. Those problems are now history because Logitech has just announced a Mac versionRead More…


McTiVia Review

on Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Have you ever wished you could project whatever you did or watched on your MacBook to your TV? I know I have and now it’s possible with a device called McTiVia. While there have been various ways to do this in the past, now I can just boot up the mac, start the McTiVia app,Read More…


Apple announces OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud

on Monday, June 6th, 2011

Apple held its 2011 WWDC today and debuted quite a few new products, including: OS X Lion, an update to the operating system aboard their iMac desktops and Macbook notebooks: iOS 5, the mobile operating system aboard their iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices; and the long-await iCloud online storage and sync system, which SteveRead More…


PCalc iPhone Software Review

on Monday, March 30th, 2009
Posted in: iPhone, iPad, iPod

Why would you want to add a calculator to your iPhone/iPod touch? You can’t remove the standard one, and it does most of what normal people use a calculator for all ready: add, subtract, multiply, divide, hold a number in memory and let you use it in an operation. There’s even a “change sign” button.Read More…


HP Mini 1000 Team Review (Hackintoshing)

on Friday, February 20th, 2009

For my portion of the HP Mini 1000 Team review, I volunteered to ‘hackintosh’ the netbook. Hackintoshing is where you get a windows/linux computer running a hacked version of the Mac OS. So, in this review I will be discussing the level of difficulty of acquiring and installing the hacked OSX, usability on the MiniRead More…