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Griffin PowerDock: quadruple your charging pleasure

Perennial iPod peripheral maker Griffin announced that their new PowerDock multiple-iPod / iPhone charging station would be available in June, and now it's apparently almost here. Available in two- or four-dock models, the charging station is designed for nerdy families like mine with multiple...

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iPhoneBrowser: browse your iPhone's file system

Getting access to your iPhone's file system can be pretty difficult. But if you're a Windows iPhone user, you can take advantage of the free BSD-licensed IPhone file system browser iPhoneBrowser. You can browse your IPhone's files, drag and drop stuff onto it, and copy your MP3s and movies back...

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Sharing your clipboard

Web Worker Daily's got a nice little roundup of apps that allow you to share your clipboard between multiple computers. There's tools for Windows, Mac and -- most useful -- cross-platform. Also, as a user points out in the comments for the post, there's cl1p.net, a web-based tool that lets you...

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Orange to trade up iPhones?

According to Boy Genius Report, French iPhone carrier Orange may be offering current iPhone users a 3G iPhone for €30 €50 (thanks to kol and jaxx for pointing out my typo!) if they trade in their old iPhone, as well as "generous subsidies" for users who wish to upgrade and keep their...

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A low cost guide to making music with your Mac, part one

It's well known that Macs have always been favored by musicians. And why not? Macs are the only computers that come from the factory with a starter-level digital audio workstation, or DAW as the hip kids call 'em. Point of fact, these days it's entirely possible to make perfectly respectable,...

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More Audio Driver Drama: Blame Apple, Says Peter Kirn

A few days ago I posted about the problems that the 10.5.2 update was causing with audio recording hardware and software from various manufacturers. Today, in a follow-up post to his original roundup of the issues at hand, Peter Kirn weighs in on Apple's accountability. Kirn's position is that...

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Putting the Earth on your iPhone

While there's still no Google Earth app for the iPhone (*cough cough*), Google Earth developer Frank Taylor recently got a chance at the Where 2.0 conference to check out a 3D Earth app from Colorado company Earthscape. He posted a YouTube video of the app, and man, it looks pretty fly. I'm...

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Interview with MacHeads director Kobi Shely

Back in January, we told you about MacHeads: The Movie, an upcoming documentary about Mac freaks fans from brothers Kobi and Ron Shely. It looks to do for Mac people what Trekkies did for obsessive Star Trek nerds. Apparently the brothers Shely have finished the movie, and Gizmodo's got a nice...

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10.5.2 causing mega-problems for musicians?

Peter Kirn over at Create Digital Music (one of my favorite music-making blogs, by the by) has a post rounding up a lot of the issues OS 10.5.2 seems to be having with various drivers for audio interfaces, including those manufactured by Digidesign (aka the Pro Tools folks) and its subsidiary...

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Name Mangler: batch rename your files

Most people rarely ever have to rename a whole lot of files at once. Let's face it -- batch file renaming isn't UNIX kernel reprogramming, but it's one of those irritating tasks that can be a surprising amount of trouble for casual or even more experienced users without the right tools. As a web...

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