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Photo of iPod photo photo connector

Yeah. So I was just lamenting the other day about how we had nary a bird’s-eye view of said iPod photo connector, when reader Merv tossed one right into my inbox. I think the source website really sums it up best here: “Das Bild zum iPod Camera Connector.” Yes. I...

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Lap of luxury: the Mac mini Lexus

If you’ve got a Mac mini, and you’ve got a Lexus, there’s no sense in not introducing the two. Mario E. of Miami, Florida was wise enough to pick up on this truism, and has worked himself up a very sweet in-car setup. It includes ultra-cool hardware such as a custom made...

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iFlicks 1.1, take 2

Back at the beginning of January we covered the release of iFlicks 1.0, an application to help organize and view your movie library. Shortly thereafter, the app went into hibernation. Helixent Technologies informs us that iFlicks 1.1 is now safely out of hibernation and ready to tackle...

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Star Wars iPod

I was going to try and resist making a crack about the iPod rescuing some other OS sufferers from the Dark Side, but whoops — it just slipped out! Skittles, makers of those lovable bite size candies that taste of my childhood, is sponsoring a contest in which winners of an online...

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Gruber: Firewire foo, shuffle FAT

John Gruber weighs in on the recent debate surrounding the omission of FireWire cables from the new line of iPods. He’s not terribly concerned about this, acknowleding a smart move on the part of Apple to stop including, and making everyone pay for, a cable that the current primary market...

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Quicktime 7 Pro requires paid upgrade; disables free features

OS X 0.4 Tiger will include a major update to QuickTime 7.0, but it’s gonna cost ya. Current users of version QuickTime Pro 6.0 will have to shell out $30 for the new version, as all license keys will be disabled in the new software. What’s more, Quicktime 7 will disable a few...

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First Toronto Apple store to open in May

We knew it was on the way, but more details on this excellent news have been brought to us by Tim: one of my favorite cities is about to get its first Apple store. Toronto’s Yorkdale Mall is to be the location, though as blog t.o. points out, this unfortunately isn’t nearly as bike...

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Apple to open third retail store in Manhattan

Apple has just scored a lease for its third Manhattan retail store location. The new store will be in company with the 21,000-square-foot SoHo store and with an upcoming store in the underground concourse of the GM building at the foot of Central Park. The new retail outlet will be a fraction of...

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Freeware February: iPodder

Here’s another free app for tapping into the new wave of citizen media: iPodder. If you haven’t had a chance to check out what this podcasting shindig is all about, download iPodder and give it a whirl. It automates the tedium of hunting through the web for new media files —...

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Working prototype: Mac mini car dock

We’ve seen a thought experiment for a home media center already, but someone’s gone and actually made a working prototype of a Mac mini dock ideal for car use. Made of milled aluminum stock and perforated for ventilation, this device would be very handy for porting your mini...

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