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Adventures in tech support: iBook edition

Alternate title (and moral of the story): A good backup saves the day. When I'm not gleefully blogging for TUAW in our secret, undisclosed location (Scott's livingroom), I'm working as the "Computer Guy" for a large, Mac-friendly company (yes, I'm...

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iColours for Apple notebooks

If the white glow of the Apple logo in your notebook isn't touching your heart the same way anymore, iColours might be just the touch-up you need to rekindle your love of all Apple things that glow (of which there aren't many). These 'high quality'...

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iBook battery catches fire

We hear about the occasional battery recall, and there are always the complaints that computers are getting too hot, but things went to a whole new level for a family in Minnesota. As WCCO in the Twin Cities reports, an 11 year-old boy set a running...

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A RainCoat for your notebook-toting backpack

I've been caught in the rain walking home from the bus stop enough times to take a second look at at the STM RainCoat at RadTech. It's literally a raincoat for backpacks to give that 'water-resistant' fabric (what a joke) some much-needed water-proof...

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Cats and dogs totally dig Macs

Christopher Phin over at his wildly optimistically named blog, Receding Hairline, has brought my attention to a brilliant Flickr group called "Cats love Macs." As the name implies, the photos all feature two elements: a cat and a Mac. With over 230...

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MacBook vs. iBook

Everyone has gone MacBook crazy (or is it just me?)! However, let us not forget the honorable iBook that the MacBook has replaced in Apple's product matrix. System Shootouts hasn't forgotten. They have, in fact, pitted the MacBook against the iBook...

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Black and white MacBooks tomorrow?

ThinkSecret, that paragon of truthiness, is reporting that tomorrow Apple will announce the MacBook (Intel iBooks to you) sporting a slimmer case and a 13.3 inch widescreen. They also mention that it will cost slightly more than the old G4 model....

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7 easy steps to keep your laptop safe

Folks, this ain't rocket science, however, it is a good reminder. Macsupport.ca has posted 7 tips that'll help keep your shiny Mac laptop out of the hands of thieves (or will at least foil them when they attempt to get your precious, precious data)....

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iBooks for 48 bucks

The Maine Learning Technology Initiative has 30,000 iBooks that the state has mostly paid off, and they are looking to get rid of them. That's why they are selling them to the schools that they are in for $8 a pop (that's the difference in what the...

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Setting up 3000 iBooks in 3 days

Ever wonder what 3000 iBooks looks like? Or how you might go about configuring them? What if you only had three days to do it? Apple consultant Jaron Brass has an amazing gallery of photos. [via Digg.com]...

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Skyn laptop covers

In my relentless pursuit for all that is stylish or feminine in the world of tech, I come across some interesting accessories. One such product that I'm not in the market for are Skyns' girly laptop covers. These glorified stickers (described as...

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How to cram a PCMCIA WiFi card into your iBook

Livejournal user tanais decided that he wanted to get his 700mhz iBook on his wireless network, but didn't want to pay sky-high prices for a discontinued 802.11b card. So, he took a $16 Orinoco Silver PCMCIA card, physically stripped it down to its...

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Chic laptop bags for that new MacBook Pro

When it comes to toting around that new MacBook Pro, you want nothing but the best to hug and snuggle your new baby computer. For MacBook Pros (and 15" PowerBooks) I am going to have to point the ladies to alex grant bags. My favorite bag is the...

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Henrico County to continue using Macs

Remember The Battle of Henrico, where thousands of Mac-craved cheapskates gathered to purchase student-abused iBooks for $50, resulting in a Lord of the Rings-like skirmish that made the typically-unimpassioned PC world pause and wonder why the hell...

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Original i-Tablet being sold on eBay

I don't know if I should be sharing this with you (because I kind of want it myself) but Joseph DeRuvo Jr.'s i-Tablet, built in 2004, is up for sale on eBay. If you don't remember, TUAW and Engadget covered the i-Tablet when it was released. Since...

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The unwieldy MacMini Portable

Usually I love hardware hackery in all its glorious shapes and forms, but occasionally I stop and scratch my head. Why, for instance would you want to take a Mac mini, hide its sleek design inside a metal box, graft a black LCD screen on top with a...

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