The original Mac mini was introduced in January 2005 at 1.25 GHz and 1.42 GHz. In July, Apple bumped base RAM from 256 MB to 512 MB. The Late 2005 model boosts CPU speeds to 1.33 GHz and 1.5 GHz. The SuperDrive is bumped from 4x to 8x, can now burn dual-layer discs, and also […]
eHarmony stands apart from the other online dating services. Not only does it give you an exhaustive personality profile for free, it also guarantees dates if you subscribe for at least three months.
I started using Match.com over a year ago, but I didn’t become a subscriber until this summer. I wasn’t having a lot of luck with Yahoo! Personals, so I thought I’d broaden my horizons.
As my marriage was going down the drain, I figured that my best bet for meeting women would be the Internet. After all, I worked alone and on the Internet, and I wasn’t into the bar scene.
In addition to Apple introducing the iPod nano last week, the first iTunes-compatible cell phone was also introduced to the market last week. No, this wasn’t the long-rumored Apple iPhone. Instead, it was a new model from Motorola, dubbed ROKR and only available in the US to Cingular Wireless customers.
Andy Hertzfeld was a key member of the Macintosh development team. He was the Software Wizard behind much of the Mac’s built-in ROM code and the user interface. His goal is to make computers easier and more fun to use. After leaving Apple, Hertzfeld helped co-found three companies: Radius, General Magic, and Eazel. He is […]
Taking a page from Microsoft’s play book, Apple announced several new versions of OS X this morning. After all, if two editions of Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger (regular and server) are good, eight must be better.
2005 – In a legal system with more than enough stupid lawsuits, Thomas Slattery’s suit against Apple is one of the dumbest. For those who haven’t been paying attention or believed this had to be from of The Onion or Weekly World News, the truth is that Slattery has initiated a class action suit against Apple, […]
Apple replaced the small iPod mini with the even smaller iPod nano in September 2005, initially offered in 2 GB and 4 GB capacities in either a white or black plastic enclosure. a 1 GB version was added in February 2006.