Archive for October, 2008

[Microsoft] Next Office Runs In Your Webbrowser

It’s been rumored quite some time, but now it is public. Microsoft’s next Office components (Word, Excel, PowerPoint und OneNote) will be controllable, accessable and editable using your favourite browser.  It will be compatible to Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Apple Safari. Microsoft puts much efford in getting their applications compatible to the internet […]

[MacOS] Crossover Software For Free Tomorrow

Strange things can happen. With the Lameduck Campaign Jeremy White (CEO of Codeweavers) initially wanted to: “(..) to inspire President Bush to make the most of his final days in office. Who knew that our Challenge would have this kind of impact on the country?” White said. “On the other hand, who knew that the […]

[Apple] TechRestore Disassembles New MacBook Pro

Nothing more to tell about it. It’s very funny, sadly the video’s quality is not the best. Enjoy… Video is courtesy of TechRestore…

[MacOS] Save your Data after EFI-X Crash

I. Abstract Imagine the following situation. You are very keen on this EFI-X device that’s now on sale. So you order a testing device. Some days later the device arrives from Taiwan. Your EFI-X compliant system already kept waiting with a blank SATA 250GB on a Gigabyte EP35-DS3. After having plugged the EFI-X module to […]

[iPhone] 3G Runs Modified Baseband and Custom Tools

The iPhone Dev Team posted some news during the last days. First of all they show us they are able to run a modified 3G baseband, although it fails integrity checks (see picture). And obviously they coded a baseband tool that allows execution of custom commands on the baseband. Their silent and evolving works seems […]

[iPhone] Recommended Apps: Cycorder

Ever wanted to do some video recording with your iPhone? With Cycorder waiting is now over. Cycorder’s features as follows: imho best recording quality on iPhone 6-15 frames/sec resolution 384×288 / 4:3 aspect ratio mjpeg compression We feel this app is really fun and we really use it a lot. Requirements: Your iPhone has to […]

[Apple] iFixit.com Disassembles New Mac Books

For all people being interested how the new Mac Books can be disassembled, you may have a look at the pages of the iFixit.com guys. They show us how to open the new Mac Books and the new Mac Book Pros. Pictures are courtesy of iFixit.com. Mac Book Mac Book Pro

[Apple] New Mac Books Out Now

We’ve all been expecting the release of the new series for the last few months. Mainly the MacBook Pro really needed a redesign. We feel like the displays look a bit like the LCDs manufactured by HP, but anyway those machines really look nice. Pricing might still feel like to to high in comparison to […]

[MacOS] Recommended Apps: Witch

All of us switchers know the situation: rather that switching from one application to another in Microsoft Windows we can switch from every window to another using ALT-TAB. The problem is such behaviour is not known to the Mac world. The developer Peter Maurer puts it that way: Sure, you can use Mac OS X’s […]

[Apple] Pictures of New Mac Book Series Leaked

Three days to go until the new Mac Books will be presented to the world. On YouTube a video appeared that either shows a well done fake or it really is the new Mac Book Aluminium series. As Apple does not like to see pictures or videos of their products before their official launch we […]