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Found Footage: Why we use a Mac

I'm sure it's not going to be to everyone's taste, but I think this video is really cute and it made me smile. Happy Monday! YouTuber CBGFilms put together a great compilation of why his generation uses a Mac. Interestingly, these are the same reasons I use a Mac. Stability, usability, tight...

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Remix David Bowie's "Space Oddity" on your iPhone

I'm a big David Bowie fan, regardless of the era. From Ziggy Stardust to Tin Machine, I'm a just a fan. Bowie's first big UK hit, "Space Oddity," was originally released on July 11, 1969. It was released in conjunction with the Apollo 11 mission and became a smash in the UK, though it wouldn't break...

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Lineform 1.5.1 is out: TUAW readers can save $30

It's been a while since Freeverse's vector application, Lineform, got an update. Lineform 1.5 came out in January 2008, but the Apple Design Award winner has remained unchanged since then. That's not a bad thing; as we've mentioned in the past, Lineform is great vector program. But it's always nice...

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iTunes 8.2.1 released: Update cripples Palm Pre sync

Update: PreCentral is reporting that the 8.2.1 update DOES bork Palm Pre syncing. They say that iTunes comes into focus as if it wants to sync, but that the Pre doesn't appear in the sidebar. Dow Jones & other sites now reporting confirmation from Apple spokespeople that the Pre is...

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First Look: Postman 2.0

I hadn't really noticed, but it turns out there are lots and lots of postcard apps in the App Store. It makes sense, the iPhone (and to an extent, the iPod touch) is a great virtual postcard device. Snap a photo while on vacation, add a quick message and send it off via e-mail, all from within the...

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Safari 4.0.2 released

Fire up Software Update, Apple just released Safari 4.0.2! As usual, the release notes are extremely informative (laugh), stating: This update is recommended for all Safari users and improves the stability of the Nitro JavaScript engine and includes the latest compatibility and security...

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iPhone dominates Boingo airport access study

It's hard to believe that we're approaching the two-year anniversary of the original iPhone. I don't think it is hyperbole to say that the iPhone has completely transformed the mobile computing space. This is especially clear when evaluating mobile Wi-Fi usage data. Today, Boingo Wireless released a...

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iFixit publishes iPhone 3G S teardown

Our screwdriver-happy pals over at iFixit have taken on the iPhone 3G S and the results do not disappoint! The iPhone 3G S doesn't just look like its predecessor externally, the internal physical design is also nearly identical. The location of the components on the main PCB has changed, but the...

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SweetFM brings tasty Last.fm integration to your Mac

I'm a big music fan, and I spend a good portion of my day listening to an iPod or iTunes because music helps me concentrate and stay motivated. I have a pretty extensive music collection, but I also enjoy streaming music services like Last.fm and Pandora to find new music, listen to a mix of...

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Talkcast tonight: 10pm post-WWDC wrap-up

Last week the TUAW Talkcast was jam-packed with pre-WWDC excitement! Michael Rose, newcomer Michael Jones, and myself talked rumors, expectations and took calls from the beautiful people in web-radioland. Our on-ground reporter Brett Terpstra joined us at the end of the show and it was a great...

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