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Found Footage: Say hello to ePad

Apple is definitely one of the world's most admired companies, but their lofty ambitions, high visibility, and easy-to-identify style also makes them ripe for parody, as in this very funny video by the UK's E4. They're boasting about a madeup devi...

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My on-again, off-again Apple relationship

With TUAW's Your First Apple series, we let you get a glimpse of our own histories with the Mac. My own history with Apple's computers has been a bit convoluted. The first Apple computer, in fact the first computer of any kind I remember using, was a...

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Found Footage: Google's ad, Mac style

Happy weekend! Google may have won some hearts with its Super Bowl ad a little while back, but we all know that Apple is the king of advertising when it comes to technology, so YouTuber allenmonroeiii decided to make a little parody of the Google ...

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Found Footage: The Powerbook snowboard

Ok, we'll admit it -- the recent snowpocalypse may have driven some people nuts. But probably not this nuts -- these two German guys wanted to go snowboarding, but didn't actually have a snowboard around, so they did what most of us would naturall...

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How to turn an 8-track into a speaker dock

I'm a fan of both silly iPod docks and re-purposing old tech gear, so this how-to at Unpluggd hit me in just the right spot. It's really more of a hack than a how-to -- the guy fixed his 8-track player just by replacing a corroded belt, and then use...

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Macworld Expo: Podcaster rogues' gallery

They're the voices you hear coming out of your computer and your iPhone -- you know, the ones that tell you what's coming soon and why you might want to save up for future purchases. Yes, contrary to what you might have guessed, podcasters have faces...

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Glass stair from Apple Fifth Ave spiral staircase on eBay

The seller says the stair is a "collectible" and could be used as a coffee table if you get some cinder blocks. He also states that "I know for a fact that only three of them exist outside of the retail stores' circulation, and this is one of them." ...

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Ahoy! Celebrity Cruise Lines welcomes an Apple Store on board

Having withdrawal from all things Mac while on a sea voyage? Here's some future therapy. The Celebrity Cruise ship company has announced a new Internet Cafe on the new 2,850 passenger Celebrity Eclipse which sets sail in April. The iLounge, as Celebr...

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Macworld Expo: Jim Rea talks about the early days of Mac development

When Apple first introduced the Macintosh, there weren't many authorized third-party developers around... even fewer unauthorized ones, when you think about it. One guy did manage to sneak in the back door and ship his app for the original Mac on an ...

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iPhone battery dead? In a squeeze you can charge it with Jaffa oranges

This may be strange -- in fact very strange -- but Imperial Leisure, a marketing and social media firm, has created an advertisement using an iPhone, to promote the sale of Jaffa oranges. They found that with a lot of rods and cable you can use oran...

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Macworld 2010: TMO's Dave Hamilton and IDG's Paul Kent

Along with meeting readers and having a place to stash our laptops, one of the other novel pleasures of having a booth on the show floor this year was the serendipity of having our friends and colleagues in the Mac community walk on by -- just so tha...

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Coming to an iBookstore near you: The authorized biography of Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs is an intensely private man. He values his privacy so much, he's had no qualms fighting the Times of London about a profile they wrote on him last summer. Four years earlier, Jobs played hardball with Wiley & Sons, the publisher of 'iC...

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Macworld 2010: Guy Kawasaki comes by the booth

Few former Apple employees embody the six-color spirit more than evangelist & web entrepreneur Guy Kawasaki; we were pleased that he took a few minutes to talk with us about his experience of Macworld Expo and his relationship to modern-day Apple...

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Macworld 2010: The faces behind Welcome to Macintosh

The producer/director team of Mac history documentary Welcome to Macintosh came by the TUAW booth to chat a bit yesterday; Josh Rizzo and Rob Baca shared their experience as the film has taken off, the work they're currently doing to update it and ad...

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Macworld 2010: What is it? Apple Campus edition

While we were walking around the Apple Campus yesterday, we spotted this strange device planted in the ground. The picture above is the only one we took, but we'll give you a few hints: the two holes in the metal box are upside down trapezoids, and ...

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The amazing shoe box theater powered by an iPhone

I love home theater. I love it so much that I have a real one in my house with a nine foot 2:35:1 screen and enough clean sound to be IMAX's little brother. Now Gary Katz has taken the opposite approach and built an absolutely gorgeous Liliputian ...

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