Jeopardy Deluxe available for download: “Jeopardy Deluxe, a Mac version of the popular TV show quiz game, is now available for download.”
iFixit has disassembled the MacBook Air. High resolution disassembly photos and component information are online at: http://www.iFixit.com/Guide/First-Look/Mac/MacBook-Air
If you happen to use a hands-free headset, chances are you can identify with the (bad) experience of the sensitive microphone being too far away from the ear, which is why the Tie Up concept resolves this issue by placing the microphone just below your mouth. Slide it upwards the lanyard to answer and vice versa to hang up – pretty neat, eh? I say get a Bluetooth headset already, why take the wired route?
Labels Agree On Free Music Downloads To Cell Phones:
“An anonymous reader writes ‘CNet’s Crave reports on a potentially revolutionary digital music service set to launch worldwide later this year. It’s offering free, unlimited over-the-air downloads to cell phones, with music from all four major record labels, with no subscription. And the selections that users download get automatically downloaded to their PC or Mac. Rather obviously, the tracks are DRMed, but unlike the similar Nokia service unveiled last year to much disappointment, this MusicStation Max service will have exclusive handsets from LG and no additional fees to customers. This is a little similar to an idea talked about last year, but with all four majors on-board it seems to have greater potential.
Can you hear me now??? It took longer than expected, but it appears that RIM has finally figured out what went wrong with yesterday’s three hour BlackBerry outage. The company is blaming an upgrade failure that was invented to increase capacity. Naturally, RIM was quick to apologize and noted that no email messages were lost during the outage. The question now is, how much will this incident hurt the BlackBerry image?