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    Published on 29th August 2010 by

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    Everyone has a list of apps they install straight away on a new Mac - for many, including me, that list starts with <a href="http://agilewebsolutions.com/products/1Password">1Password</a>.  If you've never heard about it, or you've been meaning to check it out, read on!

    Published on 29th April 2010 by

    <img class="alignleft" title="WWDC" src="http://img.skitch.com/20100428-es3q5hf2j29tdxwmi9b5pj9y5p.jpg" alt="" width="254" height="289" />So, Apple has announced the date for the WWDC Keynote, but you're not a rich developer/didn't get enough notice/can't be bothered sitting in a metal coffin for 14 hours! How are you supposed to follow what's going on and see what new goodies Apple has for us?

    Read this FAQ to find out!

    Published on 6th April 2010 by

    <a href="http://www.mactalk.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/iphone4.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-medium wp-image-6151" title="iphone4" src="http://www.mactalk.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/iphone4-300x217.jpg" alt="iphone4" width="300" ...
    Published on 21st January 2010 by

    Today we're looking at the Tracks headphones by Denmark's own AIAIAI.  (The name might sound familiar since Anthony <a href="http://www.mactalk.com.au/2009/08/17/mactalk-reviews-danish-headphones/" target="_blank">reviewed</a> their earbuds last year.)  Read on to see if the Danes can add awesome headphones to their already formidable arsenal of Lego, strong beer and hardcore pornography.

    Published on 9th December 2009 by

    <p style="text-align: center;"><img class="size-full wp-image-4085 aligncenter" title="tethering-pic" src="http://www.mactalk.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/tethering-pic.jpg" alt="tethering-pic" width="250" height="229" /></p>

    With Telstra's <a href="http://www.mactalk.com.au/2009/12/05/telstra-iphones-get-free-internet-tethering/" target="_blank">recent announcement</a> that they've <del datetime="2009-12-09T09:14:31+00:00">caved in</del> been successful in their negotations with Apple, all the major Australian carriers now offer tethering. If you've wondered how to set it up but never gotten around to finding out, this is the article for you. ...
    Published on 11th October 2009 by

    <a href="http://www.mactalk.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/IMGP2545.JPG"><img class="alignright size-medium wp-image-3397" title="Scout" src="http://www.mactalk.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/IMGP2545-300x199.jpg" alt="Scout" width="300" height="199" /></a>I really liked the Scout.  It's a messenger-style bag that ticks all the boxes: padded comfort for your Mac, lots of pockets, expands when necessary, and comfortable to wear.  Plus, critically for Melbourne people, army green goes well with black. ...
    Published on 9th July 2009 by

    <em>Here's the second part of our guide on monitoring your data usage - this time on everyone's favourite GPS unit/gaming device/flatulence emulator, the iPhone.  Thanks to forum member David Rossi (AKA BogusJimmy)!</em>

    My first real experience with using data on my mobile was in 2001. El Jobso hadn’t even stepped on stage at MacWorld to demo the “landmark app” iSync with a Sony Ericsson T68i but I had mine and was living in a future of POP emails (just the headers) and WAP web sites. I was limited to headers and WAP not just by the inept browser and dialup-like speeds, but also by the fact that data costs were astronomical. I bent over every time I received my bill, paying 2c per KB and that was at a fabulous “GPRS Monthly Pack” rates. ...
    Published on 2nd July 2009 by

    <span style="font-size: small;"><strong><span style="font-weight: normal;"><em>Forum member <a href="http://forums.mactalk.com.au/members/clockwork.html" target="_self">ClockWork</a> brings us this handy tutorial.</em></span>
    Sometimes, if things don’t work the way they’re supposed to in Mac OS X, you can check if the problem is inside your User folder, or if the problem is System wide, or a Hardware problem.

    An easy way to check this is to create a new User Account and then test the problem in there.

    Although creating a new User Account is very fast and simple, if you don’t know how to do it, follow this fully visual guide.
    Published on 24th June 2009 by

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    The iPhone 3GS will launch in Australia on Friday 26 June 2009.

    This blog post is our aggregated resource of all information regarding the iPhone launch, and will be updated as and when any new information is released or verified.

    Published on 18th June 2009 by

    This week we're going to examine the timely issue of data usage on your Mac. With the penalty for exceeding your quota as high as $150 per GB for some users, you need to know how much you've used and how much more you can squeeze out before midnight on your reset date. Here's some options for users of the top 10 ISPs as rated in the 2008 Whirlpool Survey. (iPhone users: we haven't forgotten you - look for a how-to on monitoring your iPhone data usage next week!)
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