Friday Morning News
What a week - on Tuesday Raffe gave us a serious look at events and happenings around the world, James presented the news in his usual laid-back way on Wednesday, yesterday was marked by Nick making a serious grammatical error on the front page, and now, I'm going to just give the news to* you straight - no joke. It's all seriousness on the MacTalk news desk today - on with the news!
SUBERAPPS look at ten use cases for the site-specific browser, Fluid, and how you can combine multiple sites to create a truly useful mashup
John Gruber made an appearance at the Macworld conference, where he spoke about Apple's 10 biggest problems
. At the top of the list: Steve Jobs.
Apple have won designs for products
such as the the aluminium iMac, the iPhone 3G dock, the iPod Classic, and more. Congrats, Apple!
Shawn Blanc shows us some "sweet Mac setups
" (sic) of somewhat-famous Mac celebs, such as Mark Jadine and Christina Warren.
If you've got too many songs and iTunes doesn't quite run as well as it used to, why not give Everplay a go
Want to know how a hard drive works and how it doesn't? There's an app - called the Disk-aster simulator
- for that.
Apple have also received a patent for a multipoint touchscreen
, as in a tablet-like device.
Japan makes some crazy sets of headphones for the iPhone
The imminent release of Street Figher IV on the iPhone
means you'll soon be button-mashing those virtual buttons in no time!
There are now such things as Photoshop magnets for sale
. Good grief.