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The Cost of Living: iDupe saved my music library

The Cost of Living: iDupe saved my music library

The Problem: I recently purchased a OWC DataDoubler for my 13″ Mac Book Pro in hopes to extend the use and storage of my laptop. The 500GB will serve the purpose of storing my iTunes Library, my Dropbox, and applications for Windows 8. I started my adventure into unlocking new potentials. The DataDoubler was installed along with [...]

December 29, 2012 Damian Estrada Featured, Lifestyle, OSX, Software 0

Dota 2: Coming to a Mac near you?

Dota 2: Coming to a Mac near you?

Following this week’s patch, that introduces Slark into the Dota 2 roster, Valve slipped in a surprise. In the OS X version of Steam you are now eligible to download the “Test” client for Dota 2. This means that we might see a Mac version of the game tomorrow or possibly later this month. Currently this version [...]

November 15, 2012 Damian Estrada DOTA2, Games, OSX, OSX, Valve 0

Google v. Apple, this time its personal.

Google v. Apple, this time its personal.

I knew Google would sue Apple. Now that that has come to fruition, I feel a bit puzzled. All this for patents, and with no real issues. These so called “patents” would have a great effect on either company. A devastating court decision that would set either to a path of complete dominance and the other to the stone [...]

August 27, 2012 Alex Baracskai Android, Apple, Chrome OS, Featured, Gadgets, iOS, iPhone, Mobile, Motorola, OS, OSX, Phones, Tablets 0

MacBook Pro now with Retina display

MacBook Pro now with Retina display

You have to check this out. [...]

June 11, 2012 Damian Estrada Apple, Computers, Hardware, Laptops, OSX 1

Steve Jobs’s Golden Ticket?

Steve Jobs’s Golden Ticket?

  Would you like to feel like you are one in a million, well according to a new book by Ken Segall, Steve Jobs wanted you to feel like just that; by recreating the Golden Certificate Contest. Steve Jobs wanted to play Willy Wonka for a day by placing a golden certificate with the millionth [...]

April 26, 2012 Randy Gale iOS, iPhone, OSX 0

No Diablo III for Foreign Mac Users

No Diablo III for  Foreign Mac Users

Word has come down from Blizzard that Diablo III for Mac will only support English, French and German. Sorry all you mac users out there but come on did you really think that you wouldn’t be punished in some way? The source come from the list of languages that the game will support it clearly [...]

March 20, 2012 Chris Collazo Computers, Diablo III, Games, OSX, Windows 0

Firefox 11.0 released for download

Firefox 11.0 released for download

A fresh new version of Firefox is out, this being the 11th version there is a couple new additions. Firefox can now migrate your bookmarks, history, and cookies from Google Chrome. Also tweaks have been made for HTML5 video controls. The usual speed optimization and all your wonderful add-ons can be synced across multiple computers. [...]

March 17, 2012 Chris Collazo Computers, Desktops, OSX, Windows 0

Bill Gates Changing the world thru Philanthropy: Touches on final moments with Steve Jobs (Video)

Bill Gates Changing the world thru Philanthropy: Touches on final moments with Steve Jobs (Video)

Bill Gates is no longer the wealthiest man in the world. Gates and his wife have vowed to relinquish 95% of their wealth in order to help cure diseases and help the less fortunate around the world. Together they have helped to save almost 8 million lives. This is quite a feat to accomplish. In [...]

January 28, 2012 Chris Collazo Companies, Nerd, OSX, Windows 0

Apple moves into education, can I afford it?

Apple moves into education, can I afford it?

Apple has sealed the deal to sell High School level text books at $14.99 or less. That is straight bonkers if you ask me. [...]

January 20, 2012 Damian Estrada Companies, iOS, OSX, Tablets 2

Firefox 6 rises in BETA form, official release August 16th

Firefox 6 rises in BETA form, official release August 16th

Mozilla’s Firefox 6 has been release a few days early of the August 16th release date. They did not does not bring any visual changes to Firefox 6. However, the browser itself does seem a bit lighter and quicker. Firefox does bring a decent  amount to Android as well. Adding a new visual style in [...]

August 15, 2011 Damian Estrada Android, Internet, Linux, OSX, Windows 0
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