Daily Archives: March 18, 2008

Weekly News for March 18th


BREAKING NEWS
– Today Apple has released Safari 3.1, the company says it's the world's fastest Web browser for Mac and Windows PCs. Bold statement, I am downloading it as I type…..I'll let you know what I think next week.

Windows Vista Service Pack 1 will be available for shipping on Wednesday, March 19, according to a listing on Amazon.com. Let's hope this will make Vista as good as XP.

NEWS – As predicted, Apple's Airport Express has just received an upgrade. It now uses next-generation 802.11n wireless technology to deliver up to five times the performance and up to twice the range of 802.11g wireless networks and it's still only $99 bucks!

A great way to waste more time at work! Facebook is going to jump onto the instant messaging bandwagon sometime this week by launching its own service. That’s the word going around the nerd cooler these days anyway….

RUMORS – iPhone 2.0, iPhone 3.0 or iPhone Nano – a clamshell/flip phone? Let the guessing begin!

GADGET – Every geek, nerd, techie, dude or dudess needs to know what time it is, today it is dot matrix time! Right from the MoMa (Museum of Modern Art) store and ready for your wrist! The face is shaped like a computer icon and made of an ABS and stainless steel body with a polyurethane band. It only runs you $75 bucks or a nice discount for members, $67.50. So the next time someone ask you for the time, show off your sweet new, work of art – watch!

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Apple releases Security Update 2008-002


Apple releases Security Update 2008-002

Apple on Tuesday released an Security Update 2008-002 for Mac OS X. The update contains over 40 fixes for various components of the operating system.

(Via Macworld.)

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Safari 3.1 supports Web 2.0

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Apple releases Safari 3.1 supports Web 2.0Apple today introduced the free Safari 3.1, what the company says the world’s fastest Web browser for Mac and Windows PCs…”

(Via MacMinute.)

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