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Hang Your Mac - Sonnet MacCuff Pro

It's common knowledge that Mac Pro is one of the most powerful pre-configured desktop computers out there, but who knew it was hung? With a little help from Sonnet Technologies, your Mac Pro or PowerMac G5 can hang elegantly from under your desk instead of taking up valuable floor real estate. The...

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Don't Be A Sucker- Rumor Mill Cheat-sheet

I've been covering Mac news for over two-and-a-half years, and I've been keeping a close eye on the rumor mill for at least twice that long. While I'm certainly not the most experienced reporter in the field– especially when compared to some industry veterans, I have a pretty good grasp on how...

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.0 now available

It is mid-February, and you know what that means: Adobe today announced the immediate availability of it's competitor to Apple's Aperture, Photoshop Lightroom. Version 1.0 includes the updated Camera Raw 3.7 framework which adds support for a number of new cameras including the Nikon D40 and...

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iChat 4.0 Voicemail

A trusted source has provided TUAW with a screen-capture of an iChat 4.0 preference pane which hints at an as-yet-unannounced new feature– voicemail. Such a feature would round out the programs VoIP offerings and create a more complete communication experience for users. Now if only iChat...

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An Open Letter From Yellow to Apple

Apple has historically been - and to a certain point sill is - a pretty darn colorful company. True, Jobs and Ive seem to prefer to stick to grayscale for their flagship products (iMac, iPod, MacPro, MacBook/Pro, mini, etc), there is always a dash of color to be found somewhere in the Apple product...

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Beta Beat: Cha-Ching 0.5.1

Cha-Ching is a fantastic app, one of the very best out there for simply and elegantly managing your money on the Mac. I use it all the time! Erm... well, I would use it all the time, if I had any money to manage. No reason you can't enjoy manipulating your money with this great app though! Version...

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Video: How to Install Windows Vista

Just a quick little video to brighten up your dull Monday– Anthony Cumia from the Opie & Anthony Show demonstrates the correct method to ensure a successful Windows Vista installation. [via CrunchGear]...

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Big News: Adium Hits the Big 1.0

After 4 years of hard work by almost 30 volunteers, instant messaging application Adium has finally reached version 1.0. The most significant update to the program in over a year and a half, the update brings with it a slew of new features, bug fixes, and added functionality. I've been using the 1.0...

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iConcertCal

I'm normally not a huge fan of iTunes plugins– I was scarred on the whole idea of media player plugins back in my Windows days, but iConcertCal might just get me to re-evaluate that opinion. The free plugin scans the artists in your music library and presents you with a calendar of upcoming...

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Tip: Quicksilver Without the Enter Key

Hawk Wings links us to a thread on the Quicksilver forums regarding a neat little tip for the application no OS X power user can live without. You're probably familiar with the standard Quicksilver workflow for launching an application– Hit Quicksilver key-combo, type the first few letters of...

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