Tag: few days

How Have You Been Using Wolfram Alpha?


  Wolfram Alpha has been running processes and calculations for the masses for a few days now.  Unless you haven’t heard, Wolfram Alpha is not a search engine but a computational engine that tries to accumulate and process data based on a given formula.  You can do a search, but it does not give you web pages, but instead offers up data about that webpage.  

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iPhone 3.0-Beta 5 & iTunes 8.2 Pre-Release Is Now Available For Devs


  After only a few days the next update of iPhone 3.0 comes to developers.  Developers will have to download iTunes 8.2 Pre-Release in order to install it and that is about all we know at this point.  We don’t have any details on what the update does, but you can bet on more bug fixes and/or tweaks to the 3.0 software.  Such a quick release could mean the software will be ready soon for public consumption.  Perhaps announced at WWDC?


[Apple Dev Center]

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OSX 10.5.7 Juno, Could Be Released Any Day Now


  It has only been a few days since the last developer seed of 10.5.7 was released.  Today Apple released another version with a single fix that addresses a bluetooth problem.  The Build 9J50, having been released so quickly since the last seed hints at the possibility of a release to the public as soon as this week.  OSX 10.5.7 has over 100 tweaks and fixes and at this rate should be available any time in the near future.  We’ll b sure to let you know when it becomes available for free download in software update.


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Zagg invisibleShield For MacBook – Part 3: Review


  After applying the ZAGG and living with it a few days to see how it settles and what it looks like as a finished product, we thought we would share with you our thoughts and what the invisibleShield is all about.  If you have not yet viewed part 1 and 2, watch them first – [Part 1] – [Part 2]


[ZAGG invisibleSHIELD]

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Google Voice Transcribes Your Voicemail Into Text – Releasing Soon


  Google has announced the launch of a new application which transcribes your voicemail into messages for you to view.  The service will then send them via email or SMS message for you to read instead of having to listen to them when you are in a meeting, class or other situation where you cannot listen to your messages.  If you are currently a subscriber of GrandCentral, Google will set this up for you automatically in the next few days.  If not,  you can sign up [Here]


This could be the perfect addition to our visual voicemail on the iPhone or amny phone for that matter.  Be sure to sign up if you are interested in trying it out.

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Otterbox Defender For BlackBerry Storm – Unboxing & First Impressions


  We take a look at the new Defender Case for the BlackBerry Storm from Otterbox.  The Otterbox Defender Series offers the ultimate in protection from the elements for any device you have.  Definitely check out the video for the details.  Be sure to watch the high quality verison and check back for the full review in a few days.



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Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Unboxing


  Bowers & Wilkins was kind enough to send me a review unit for their Zeppelin,  iPod music dock.  This is just a quick unboxing of the Zeppelin.  A review will follow in a few days when I have had enough time to use it.  So far the sound is superb and the build is the best I have seen, easily trumping many other high end units I have used.  The price is a little high at $600, but B&W drivers produce some of the best reproduction sound available. Be sure to check back for the full review in a few days.

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