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Laptop Security, PowerBook G5 Delayed, SoundBite Portable USB Speakers, iPresent It, and More

This Week's PowerBook and iBook News

Compiled by Charles Moore and edited by Dan Knight - 2005.02.04

In light of the amount of Mac mini news, as well as other products perhaps of greater interest to desktop Mac users, we are launching The Mac News Review this week. Laptop computing and iPods will continue being covered in The 'Book Review.

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Laptop Security

Published in the Fall 2004 issue of 2600 - The Hacker Quarterly:

Having purchased a $2,000 Apple PowerBook G4, I have been thinking about how to protect my investment. If I take my laptop on a trip and it gets stolen, I want to know as much as possible about where my computer is and who is using it. This tutorial applies equally well to any Linux, BSD, or Solaris laptop as well. Before I get into the details of this system, I want to mention that this system depends on a thief who does not erase your hard drive and proceeds to connect to the Internet. Some thieves may steal computers for the information contained therein, but many others will steal computers to sell them on eBay. The latter of these thieves are the ones who may be interested in erasing hard drives, and thus those are the ones we are interested in stopping.

To prevent a thief from easily erasing your hard drive, I would recommend putting a password on your BIOS. To do this on modern Mac's requires you to boot into Open Firmware (when the computer loads, press Command + Option + O + F) and typing, "password". After setting the password, type "setenv security-mode command" and finally "reset-all" to restart your computer. If you do not know the firmware password, you will not be able to boot the computer from a CD or external hard drive in order to reload the OS. The only way to forcibly remove this password is to change the amount of RAM in the computer and then clear the PRAM three timesâ¬| a piece of trivia that a common thief is unlikely to know.

I would also recommend password protecting every user account on your computer and requiring a user to type their password before logging in. This protects any information on your computer, as long as the thief doesn't get root access. Then, enable a password-less guest account on your laptop. Of course, make sure that this account is severely limited in what it can do, but if a thief can't easily erase your hard drive, and has access to a guest account, they may decide to give up trying to erase your hard drive and start to just play around with your computer. Hopefully in the process they will connect to the Internet.

The full tutorial with code is available as a PDF file.

DoubleCommand Keyboard Remapper

PR: DoubleCommand is software for Mac OS X (a kernel extension) that lets you remap keys, in other words change the way your keyboard works. Often used to make a PC keyboard more comfortable with a Mac, swapping the Alt (Option) and Windows (Command or Apple) keys, since they are in swapped positions on Mac and PC keyboards. DoubleCommand is a quick and easy way to fix this if you use a PC keyboard with your Mac. Called DoubleCommand because originally it was used to give the old PowerBooks a second Command key, where there was an enter key.

DoubleCommand started out as a hack of iJect, which was generously GPL'd by Christian Starkjohann. So go check out the great software he makes over at Objective Development

As a result, DoubleCommand is released under v2 of the GPL. Please read the file Licence.txt for more information.

DoubleCommand 1.5.3 released for Mac OS X 10.3, added support for Control + Home/End PC style and fixed a bug with Command -> Option mapping.

DoubleCommand Feature List

  • Disable DoubleCommand
  • Enter key acts as a Command key
  • Enter key acts as a Control key
  • Enter key acts as an Option key
  • Enter key acts as an fn key (partial support, cursor keys only)
  • Command key acts as an Option key
  • Command key acts as a Control key
  • Option key acts as a Command key
  • Control key acts as a Command key
  • Swaps Control key and Option key
  • Capslock key acts as a Control key
  • fn key acts as a Control key
  • Swaps numpad . with numpad shift+.
  • Shift + Delete acts as a Forward Delete
  • Disable Command and Option
  • PC style Home and End keys
  • Backslash (\) acts as a Forward Delete
  • Swap function key behaviour on new 'Books
  • Disable Capslock

Any sensible combination of the above can be used.

Apple on G5 PowerBook: Not So Fast

Cnet's John G. Spooner and David Becker comment:

"Apple customers have been waiting for the company to deliver a PowerBook driven by the G5 chip for some time. The more powerful chip first arrived in the Power Mac line in 2003, and Apple began offering it in the iMac last year.

"The computer maker is well aware that Mac fans want a G5 PowerBook, and technically, the company could offer one now. But given the relatively power-hungry nature of the IBM PowerPC 970FX processor - Apple has dubbed the 970FX and its predecessor, the 970, "G5" chips - a G5 PowerBook would require compromises in size, weight and other aesthetics such as noise production. Apple, and likely most of its customers, wouldn't be willing to live with that....

"'It is fair to say that incorporating a G5 into a notebook as thin and light as the PowerBook is extremely difficult,' David Moody, vice president of worldwide Mac product marketing at Apple, told Cnet on Monday....

"The main thing holding back a G5 PowerBook is the chip itself. IBM technical documents show that when running at 2.5 GHz and 1.3 volts, the chip consumes a maximum of 100 watts of power, a fair amount of juice for a notebook. However, its power consumption can be reduced by lowering its clock speed or reducing its clock speed along with its voltage, IBM documentation shows...

"That's not to say a 100-watt chip cannot be built into a notebook. Dell's Inspiron XPS, for one, offers Intel's 3.4 GHz Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition processor, which is designed for desktops. Intel's thermal-design guidelines call for computers using the chip to be able to dissipate heat produced by a chip of nearly 110 watts.

"But the Dell machine, which comes with a 15.4-inch wide screen, is a relatively hefty 2 inches thick and weighs just over 9 pounds....

"Although the wait might be painful for customers who want the latest technology from Apple, the company is likely to hold out for a low-power G5, a chip that could come later this year...."

G5 PowerBook Will Have to Wait

NewsFactor Network's Kimberly Hill says:

"Sales of the PowerBook have been disappointing. And some say that putting a super-powered G5 processor into the sleek, metal chassis that characterizes the line would mean making it chunkier and noisier. High-end PowerBook users may not be willing to make the compromises necessary to have G5 speed in notebook form...

Perhaps this year the computer maker has put all its energy and resources into the bottom of its line rather than the top. Just before the new PowerBooks were announced, Apple made the splashier announcement of the Mac Mini - a super-small, entry-level machine intended to woo those previously faithful to Windows-based computers....

"Apple also may be looking at lagging sales of PowerBooks and determining that placing focus elsewhere right now can deliver more profits. Among the company's range of products, the iPod music player certainly remains the star. But the iMac and iBook computers continue to do well.

PowerBook G5: Held up by the Sleekness Factor?

AppleMatters says:

"There are some things people are convinced they must have even if they don't necessarily need them....

"Other folks have more demanding needs, these people imagine they truly need a PowerBook G5. Why do they lust for some fictional (as of this time) product? I honestly couldn't tell you. The G5 is a great chip (it is one more than the G4) but the G4 seems more than adequate for just about everybody not doing serious film editing or the like....

"Unfortunately for the masses of folks lusting for a snappy G5 crammed into a svelte PowerBook the product just doesn't seem to be coming anytime soon. At this point I will note that there are rumors of a G5 PowerBook coming out in the second quarter of this year. (There have also been rumors of a G5 PowerBook debuting in every quarter since the original G5 was introduced so ignore the specious gossip.) Steering clear of rumorville one has to wonder what the hold up is....

"....Honestly if Apple can make a PowerBook G5 shouldn't they? That answer is not so simple. Is it better to do something just because you can or is it better to wait until you can produce something singularly excellent?

"I've got no doubt that a G5 could be in a PowerBook tomorrow if Apple were willing to trade design for functionality. They could whip up a three-inch thick computer, make it whine like a leaf blower and let run for an hour on a full charge. Of course that is not the Apple way. Personally this seems the right way to go about things. Why produce a compromised computer that will be universally ridiculed and nearly unusable just for the sake of getting something new out the door?"

I agree wholeheartedly.

The Mac/ThinkPad Shuffle

MacDevCenter's Jonathan Gennick says:

"No, it's not a new product from Apple. The Mac/ThinkPad shuffle is what you do when you buy a new iBook for your daughter so that you can redeploy her ThinkPad to the family room, so that you can redeploy the six-year-old and broken family-room PC to the, well, to the dump.

"Yes, the new iBook arrived, and Jenny opened the box Wednesday evening. She was thrilled.

"It's the first Mac in our family since I sold my PowerBook way back in 1993. Here are some of our initial thoughts and reactions...."

New MCE 8x Double Layer SuperDrive Upgrade for PowerBook G4

PR: The MCE 8x Internal SuperDrive Upgrade with Double Layer Support is the most technically advanced optical drive ever created for the Apple PowerBook. Recording at 8x to both DVD-R and DVD+R media the MCE 8x Internal SuperDrive upgrade brings the PowerBook G4 on par with even the fastest drives Apple offers for their Power Mac G5 towers... even more amazing is that the MCE 8x SuperDrive upgrade has true Double Layer support which means you now have the ability to record up to 8.5 GB of data on a single side of a Double Layer DVD.

The additional storage capacity of the DVD+R Double Layer disc enables you to record up to 4 hours of DVD-quality video or 16 hours of VHS-quality video, without the need to turn over the disc. You can now archive up to 8.5 GB of computer files on a single disc, which almost doubles the storage capacity compared with the 4.7 GB for the single-layer DVD-recordable discs currently available.

The MCE 8x Internal SuperDrive Upgrade is a dual drive and records to both DVD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW media. It also reads and writes standard CD-R/RW media and is compatible with all of Apple's iApps including iTunes, iDVD, iPhoto, and Finder Burning.

MCE's new 8x Internal SuperDrive Upgrade for the PowerBook G4 offers unprecedented media interchangeability and twelve times the capacity of CD-R and CD-RW. The MCE 8x SuperDrive with Double Layer support reads industry-standard DVD-ROM, DVD-Video, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD+R DL, CD-ROM, CD-R/RW, CD-DA, Photo CD-ROM, and Video CD media.

You may install it yourself or, if you prefer, you may have the MCE 8x SuperDrive upgrade professionally installed into your PowerBook G4 by MCE Technologies or one of their worldwide Authorized Upgrade Centers.


  • 8x DVD-R and DVD+R recorder
  • 4X DVD-RW and DVD+RW recorder
  • 2.4X DVD+R Double Layer recorder
  • Convenient slot-loading mechanism
  • 2 MB Cache Buffer
  • Buffer underrun protection
  • Bootable
  • Compatible with iDVD, DVD Studio Pro, iTunes, Disc Burner and Apple DVD Player

Compatible with All PowerBook G4 Systems

The New MCE 8x Internal SuperDrive Upgrade is compatible with the 12", 15", and 17" Apple PowerBook G4. Whether you have Aluminum or Titanium, this upgrade is compatible with your PowerBook G4.

Double Layer Technology

The Double Layer DVD+R system uses two thin embedded organic dye films for data storage separated by a spacer layer (see figure). Heating with a focused laser beam irreversibly modifies the physical and chemical structure of each layer such that the modified areas have different optical properties to those of their unmodified surroundings. This causes a variation in reflectivity as the disc rotates to provide a read-out signal as with commercially pressed read-only discs. Did you get all that?? It just means that there are two recording layers inside the DVD instead of just one... two layers means twice the recording capacity! Now wasn't that easier?

Onboard Liquid Crystal Tilt/Thickness Compensator

Not every disc is created equal. The MCE 8x SuperDrive Upgrade for PowerBook G4 implements an onboard liquid crystal tilt/thickness compensator... the first time ever in a portable form factor. This cutting edge technology provides accurate, reliable read and write performance with a variety of disc characteristics, even with irregularly curved or thick / thin media. This technology is also effective in recording DVD+R double layer media.


  • CD: CD-R 700(type 80), 650 MB(type 74), CD-RW, Ultraspeed CD-RW, Highspeed CD-RW

Read Support

  • CD: CD-ROM(Mode 1&2), CD-ROM XA, CD-DA, Video CD-ROM, PhotoCD-ROM, CD EXTRA, CD-Text, CD-R, CD-RW

Write Speed

  • DVD-R, DVD+R: 8x
  • DVD-RW, DVD+RW: 4x
  • DVD+R DL*2: 2.4x
  • CD-R, CD-RW: 24x

Read Speed

  • DVD Max 8x CAV
  • CD-ROM Max 24x CAV
  • Data Buffer (size) 2 MBytes


  • Dimensions (W x H x D) 128mm x 12.7mm x 129mm
  • Weight 200g

System Requirements: PowerBook G4 running Mac OS 10.2 or later

The MCE 8x Internal SuperDrive Upgrade with Double Layer support is seamlessly compatible with all of Apple's iApps including iTunes, iDVD, and iPhoto. In addition, it is compatible with Finder Burning and DVD Studio Pro, Apple's professional DVD Authoring software.

Double Layer Technology

Imagine being able to record 4 hours instead of 2 hours of the highest quality DVD video on a disc. Or to store 8.5 gigabytes, equaling about 12 fully recorded CD-Rs, instead of 4.7 gigabytes, on a single sided DVD. With Double Layer recording technology, now you can.

Guaranteed to Perform

If the MCE 8x SuperDrive Upgrade with Double Layer Support does not live up to your every expectation just let us know within the first 30 days. MCE will cheerfully refund your purchase price.

Drive Genius 1.0.1 Storage Management: Maintain, Manage, Optimize

PR: Drive Genius is an OS X utility designed to provide unsurpassed storage management. Featuring an easy-to-use interface, Drive Genius is packed with powerful tools such as a drive optimizer, a comprehensive repair facility for analyzing, repairing and rebuilding volumes, plus excellent testing capabilities with media surface scanning, performance benchmarking and data integrity checking. It can be used to initialize drives, create and delete partitions, and erases them securely as per Department of Defense's standard. Drive Genius can also hide partitions and duplicate volumes or drives swiftly. Last but not least, Drive Genius features advanced tools for resizing and moving of volumes without reformatting, and sports a sector editing tool to modify the data on any sector of the drive - powerful features that will satisfy even the seasoned Mac experts.

Emails. Digital pictures. Work files. Music collection. Financial records. Lets face it, your computer has become and important part of your life. As you use your computer, your hard drive becomes bloated with thousands of files, mechanical parts wear and fatigue, your computer begins to operate more slowly, and eventually fails. Your only defense is to carefully monitor and manage your hard drive so you can be sure it is in good health and working at peak efficiency at all times - doing so might mean the difference between your productivity and complete data loss. Thankfully, Drive Genius makes these tedious tasks painless, fast, and easy. From performance tuning, to disaster recovery, Drive Genius provides all the tools needed to take control of your hard drive, and your digital life.

Drive Genius includes essential maintenance tools, effective optimization tools and powerful management tools.

Essential Maintenance Tools

  • Duplicate - Fast and easy volume or entire drive cloning.
  • Integrity Check - Find problems before they find you with these comprehensive hardware verification tests
  • Repair - Quickly fix corruption on OS X volume structures to get your damaged drive up and running fast
  • Rebuild - Rebuild and replace OS X volume structures to regain access to files that have become lost or hidden
  • Verify - Check OS X volume structures for possible corruption
  • Fix Permissions - Reset OS X boot volume permissions to improve application performance and compatibility
  • SMART Status - Read and display SMART diagnostic codes from your hard drive to avoid dangerous hardware failures

Effective Optimization Tools

  • Defragment - Get the most speed and efficiency possible by Optimizing your OS X volumes
  • Benchtest - Make sure your hard drive performance is what it should be with comprehensive speed tests and graphical comparisons to other common configurations
  • Surface Scan - Verify your hard drive's reliability with a complete suite of nondestructive read verification tests for any drive or OS X volume
  • Sector Editor - Fine tune all aspects of your system with direct, advanced byte viewing and editing of all data on your drives, volumes and files (for expert users only)

Powerful Management Tools

  • Partition - Add, delete, hide, expand or shrink OS X partitions so you can organize your data more efficiently
  • Shred - Stop prying eyes with DoD compliant (5220.22 - m) secure erase. Removes all traces of data from free space and deleted files on any device or OS X volume
  • Details - In-depth report of specifications and space utilization of all devices and OS X volumes
  • Initialize - Easy, high level OS X formatting to prepare new hard drives for use on your computer

System requirements:

  • Mac OS X Panther
  • Mac OS X Jaguar

Sound Bite, a 2.1 Speaker System

PR: Tritton has introduced the Sound Bite music system designed for portable computers. The USB portable 2.1 speaker system delivers quality sound across the entire musical spectrum in a compact design. With a built-in subwoofer, you will enjoy the highs and lows as it was meant to be herd. Both the audio and power come from the single attached foldaway USB cable so there are no batteries, power adapters or cables to carry around. Sound Bite is small enough to fit in your pocket, just plug into any PC or Mac USB port and start enjoying music on the go.

Sound BiteFeatures

  • Compact, portable fold up design
  • Plug and Play USB Connectivity
  • No external power adapter or batteries required
  • Superior 2.1 audio sound with built-in subwoofer
  • Registers as a second sound device on system

System requirements:

  • Available USB port
  • Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP
  • Mac OS 9/OS X


  • 2 x 28 mm magnetically shielded satellite speakers
  • 1 x 52 mm magnetically shielded subwoofer speaker
  • Attached 50cm USB type-A cable
  • Maximum output power - 1.2W + 1.2W
  • 5W rated input power
  • Power LED
  • USB bus powered (5V, 500mA)
  • Product Dimensions: 110 mm x 110 mm x 42 mm
  • Mass: 280g

Available in pearl white or dark gray finish.

Price: $49.95.

Temperature Monitor 2.4 Displays CPU Temperature

PR: Temperature Monitor is an application to read out all available temperature sensors in Macintosh computers. The program can display and visualize measured values in a large variety of fashions. The application supports the following operations on the measured readings:

  • display in a default window
  • output in a screen display in front or in the background of the screen
  • tabular display in an overview window
  • display in the menu-bar
  • display of a maximum of two readings in the Dock
  • graphical display of short-term and long-term history curves
  • speech output of readings
  • display of minimum and maximum values
  • export to text files

Moreover, the application can display additional technical information about your computer. Among other information this includes:

  • Processor type
  • Processor and bus frequencies
  • Manufacturing information

Of course the application can read out the data only if your computer is equipped with the necessary sensors, and if Mac OS X can access them without needing third-party device drivers. Beginning in summer 2002, Apple has begun to massively drive forward the use of monitoring probes in the PowerMac series, the Xserve series, and in portable computers. Some models are equipped with 38 and more sensors. But Temperature and Hardware Monitor can detect sensors on many older systems as well if they are available.

We try to detect all sensors on as many Macintosh computer types as possible. However, a prediction which sensors are available in which models is not possible, because Apple very often releases "silent product updates", where the hardware equipment of some models are changed but the names are not (specifications are "subject to change without notice"). The particular graphics card and hard disk configuration used is also important because these parts can include independent sensors, too.

Please note that Apple does not support an official or standardized way of reading out sensor data in Mac OS X (the only exception is the Server Monitor application for the Xserve series). Moreover, there is no documentation or other technical note about the individual function of the sensors. For this reason, the development of Temperature Monitor and Hardware Monitor is very costly because the necessary data has to be determined by reverse engineering and tests run on a variety of computer models.

New in this version:

  • Support for many new hard disk models has been added.
  • Support for some previously undetected sensors of the Xserve and the Xserve G5 has been added.
  • A workaround for a bug in Mac OS X 10.3.7 has been added: On computers with incorrect DNS configurations, Panther 10.3.7 imposes a delay of approximately 1 minute to applications which have to know the computer's TCP/IP name. Among many other programs, Temperature Monitor and Hardware Monitor were affected by these delays. The applications will now detect this problem and cancel the request after 3 seconds. This allows the programs to be used in incorrectly configured TCP/IP networks with Mac OS X 10.3.7.
  • Alarm triggers for temperature sensors now automatically recompute their thresholds when the user switches to a different temperature unit.
  • The boot ROM version is now additionally displayed in the system overview.
  • The application notifies users who have forgotten to define different colors for curves in the history graphs.
  • Fixes a problem where old readouts could be displayed in the Dock when the application was quit.
  • Many small changes and optimizations in the user interface.

Requires Mac OS X 10.2.5 or higher.

Temperature Monitor is freeware.

iPod News

iPresent It 1.1 Lets You Give Presentations with iPod photo

PR: Who needs a laptop to give a presentation? Make your next pitch using your iPod photo. With iPresent It you can convert your PowerPoint, PDF, and Keynote presentations into slideshows that are synched with your iPod photo. Never carry a laptop into a presentation again; it's all on your iPod.

Create slideshow images from any of your PowerPoint, Keynote, or PDF presentations.

Saves presentations as albums in iPhoto or subfolders of a folder (such as the folder being used to sync to your iPod photo via iTunes).

Keynote 2 support includes full build extraction, each build step is converted into a unique image for displaying via your iPod photo.

Easily update your slideshows whenever you make changes to a presentation. With built-in tracking to indicate which presentations need updating you'll never be caught without your latest changes.

Easily remove slideshows when they are no longer needed. Removing them from iPresent It ensures they will be removed from your iPod photo the next time you sync.

Preview slides as they're converted into a slideshow.

New in this version: This version adds Keynote 2 compatibility, build support when using Keynote 2, support for high resolution presentations, and tracking of presentations to indicate which presentations need to be updated on your iPod photo.

System requirements:

  • Microsoft PowerPoint for PowerPoint presentations
  • Keynote for Keynote presentations
  • Requires Mac OS X 10.3 or greater

iPresent It is $17.95 demoware. Trial version limits slideshows to the first 6 slides of a presentation.

Hitachi Brings IDE to 1.8" Hard Drive Line

The Register's Tony Smith reports:

"Hitachi's hard drive operation has added 40 GB and 60 GB models to its line of 1.8in hard drives, which it has refreshed with an IDE interface the better to broaden its appeal from MP3 player manufacturers and the like to notebook makers.

"The 20 and 30 GB models launched last September had ZIF interfaces; the new models support Parallel ATA100 at all drives capacities."

Apple uses 1.8" hard drives in full-sized iPods.

Tech Trends

Tech Guru Pitches $100 Laptop

The New York Times' John Markoff reports on Cnet:

"Nicholas Negroponte, the technology guru from the MIT Media Laboratory, prowled the halls of the World Economic Forum holding the holy grail for crossing the digital divide: a mock-up of a $100 laptop computer.

"The machine is intriguing because Negroponte has struck upon a remarkably simple solution for lowering the price of the most costly part of a laptop - the display - to $25 or less....

"Now, in partnership with Joseph Jacobson, a physicist at MIT, he wants to persuade the education ministries of countries like China to use laptops to replace textbooks....

"Negroponte said that he had found initial backing for his laptop plan from Advanced Micro Devices and said that he was in discussions with Google, Motorola, News Corp. and Samsung for support. The device includes a tentlike pop-up display that will use the technology now used in today's rear-projection televisions, in conjunction with an LED light source....

"Negroponte said he was confident that his computers, which run the free Linux operating system, would find a ready market as early as 2006."

Bargain 'Books

There are two different versions of WallStreet running at 233 MHz, the cacheless MainStreet version and the later Series II with a level 2 cache. It's not always possible to determine from the vendor's listing which is being offered, so we've included links within this paragraph to the two models. The same goes for the PowerBook G4/667 (Gigabit Ethernet/2001) and G4/667 (DVI) and the titanium vs. aluminum 15" PowerBook G4 at 1 GHz.

Apple Store

New and unopened Apple products:

Baucom Computers

Wegener Media

Small Dog Electronics

For more deals on current or recently discontinued models, see our Best PowerBook G4 Deals, Best iBook G4 Deals, and Best iBook G3 Deals.

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