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I do like the pass-through HDMI on the Logitech device. If I get a call from my Mom (now 72, sharp as a tack, but not tech savvy) for help with her TV, it's when she's changed inputs. Trouble shooting TVs over the phone is a pain. I like the id…
And, check it out! A Mac Plus emulator for the iPhone! ( I assume a jailbroken iPhone is required as emulation is a No-No.)
There are emulators for old Mac systems that run on OS X, Windows, or Linux. For help getting started, start here:
Dear Apple, As a Mac desktop and laptop user here's what I want for my desktops: A keyboard / trackpad combo unit laid out exactly like the keyboard / trackpad on the MacBook Pros. The keyboard should have black keys, just like the MacBook …
BTW. When does JooJoo ship?
Quote: Originally Posted by w00master Ok... Now this is bizarre. Can someone really explain to me why it would be SO BAD for Apple to also go with VZW and other carriers? It's better for the consumer AND it's better for Apple (long-term). …
Quote: Originally Posted by AppleInsider The 3G-capable AT&T iPad is scheduled to launch in three months. I've seen this "3 months" in several articles. How do they get 3 months from 60 days?
Quote: Originally Posted by macboi Please apple - fix the finder!! Im sick of having to restart when files won't launch on double clicking them!, such as DMGs, Archives and PDFS - Its doing my head in! Argghhh. Sadly, this now "Works as intend…
Quote: Originally Posted by Cousin Dirk The problem with Microsoft these days (as it seems to me at least) is that they as a company are a control freak. They want to be the best at everything ... Control freak yes. But Microsoft has never tr…
I think Apple is finally getting into the lucrative cattle prod business. And about time too! Too bad they're too late to the game to get Dennis Weaver as product pitchman. I can hear his voice now: "Heifer stuck in a thicket? There's a prod for …
I'm going to have to correct your first chart. The Motorola 68000 was a 32-bit processor (you have 24-bit) that was limited to 24-bit address bus (which you got right). And the typical RAM limit by that generation of Mac was 4 MB. It wasn't able …