In years past, Macheist has grown famous for offering incredible bundles of high-quality, independent Mac software, usually priced for just $49. This is a savings of literally hundreds of dollars. I’ve personally discovered and downloaded some great software from these bundles in the past, software I continue to use daily. This year, Macheist.com has outdone […]

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A new iPhone app called Kluckr just launched, designed to appeal to the tastes of chicken wing connoisseurs nationwide. It not only locates wing joints, but also provides consumer ratings and reviews. We’re excited to try Kluckr, and we’re also excited because Kluckr has a Small Dog connection: it was founded by Mark Gilmor, good […]

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The lineup stayed pretty much the same, with a few exceptions: the iPod touch, classic, nano and shuffle are all still around. However, there are some new features worthy of note… here’s a rundown: iPod touch Price changes: $199 now gets you an 8GB model, and the 16GB has been ditched to make way for […]

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Check out the typically deeply in-depth (say that three times fast) Ars Technica review of Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard by clicking here. If you’re curious about what makes 10.6 Snow Leopard a revolution for OS X and the Mac platform in general, this article is a must read. “Snow Leopard is a unique […]

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This morning Apple introduced an all-new iPod shuffle, available in silver or black. The previous brightly colored models have apparently been discontinued. The new shuffle is half the size of the previous generation, but now has 4GB of storage. This means the new shuffle will hold up to 1,000 songs. Rather than using a display, […]

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Time Capsule and AirPort models were updated this morning, adding some fun and much-needed features. New features on both: Simultaneous Dual-Band WiFi: Time Capsule and AirPort Extreme now work on both 2.4GHz (the same frequency as cordless phones, by the way) and 5GHz bands at the same time. Guest Networking: Now Time Capsule and AirPort […]

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Apple upgraded the entire iMac family today, and is now offering the iMac in four new configurations. The biggest change to the iMac family is a move to larger 24-inch monitors. Out of the four standard configurations, only one features a 20-inch display (1680-by-1050 resolution). The next three models up feature 24-inch displays (1920-by-1200 resolution). […]

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