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Download a Very Early Build of Google’S Chrome Browser for Intel Macs

Download a Very Early Build of Google’S Chrome Browser for Intel Macs
A blogger/developer has compiled a very very early build of Google’s browser, Chrome that runs on a Mac. I tested it myself a couple of days ago and it’s fast alright. It’s so fast that it left most of a browser’s functions at Google’s labs: plug-ins don’t work so it can’t play Flash videos.

Wi-Far Out: Wi-Fire USB Range Extender

Wi-Far Out: Wi-Fire USB Range Extender
Wireless connectivity is the bees’ knees. In most cases however, you have to give up some of your connection speed for the convenience and neatness of being wireless. Sometimes it’s the router’s fault, but I think you’ll agree with me that the built-in receiver/transmitter in most computers, especially the ones in laptops, could be better.

Axiotron Modbook: Mac Tablet Computer Revealed

Axiotron Modbook: Mac Tablet Computer Revealed
At this week’s Macworld conference, Axiotron is showing off its new Mac-based tablet computer, the ModBook. The ModBook is an aftermarket hardware modification kit that transforms Apple’s MacBook portable into the world’s first Mac tablet computer.

Wwdc 2006 Keynote Coverage

Wwdc 2006 Keynote Coverage
Here’s the latest news from Steve Jobs’ keynote address at Apple’s 2006 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) today… 9:50am (Pacific): The Apple Store is temporarily down for maintenance, so clearly something new will be released today… 10:03am: Steve Jobs has taken the stage.

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