By Christopher Price on June 19, 2012
Best Buy’s return boutique is running a one-day fire sale on used Macintosh computers.
By Christopher Price on March 22, 2012
Toshiba will replace faulty hard drives, thanks for PhoneNews.com for letting them know about the problem.
By Christopher Price on January 27, 2011
By Christopher Price on January 6, 2011
Clearwire sat down with PhoneNews.com late last night, with one clear message; the Clear iSpot is not six feet under. Read more to see what they had to say, and where Clearwire stands on the Clear iSpot.
By Christopher Price on November 25, 2010
Most Thanksgiving Day deals can be found by drilling-down from the home pages of your favorite retailers. And, since we’re (still) between technology news sites, we decided to pick one non-mobile deal for Mac, and one non-mobile deal for PC. And, here they are. For Mac users, VMWare is offering VMWare Fusion 3 for Mac […]
Mac OS X 10.5.6 Improves Mobility, AT&T 3G Connections, Breaks USB Jailbreaking and Firmware Restoration
By Humberto Saabedra on December 16, 2008
Apple today released Mac OS X 10.5.6, the last major update to Mac OS X before Macworld Expo next month. The update features improvements and other low-level changes, specifically focusing on mobility and AT&T 3G cards by improving throughput performance for cards, MobileMe now pushes information sent via Macs almost immediately, portables now have a […]
By Christopher Price on October 13, 2008
Apple has quietly re-released the latest version of iTunes, 8.0.1, for Mac OS X. According to an internal support bulletin, the update is to correct issues with connecting to the iTunes Store. Specifically, some users receive a “generic -50 error” when attempting to connect to the iTunes Store. Some have been successful with simply re-launching […]
By Christopher Price on December 31, 2007
Sprint has issued new Mac drivers for their Novatel EV-DO Rev A products. This update adds compatibility with Mac OS X Leopard, and its WWAN framework. The update brings the Sprint EV-DO support to version 2.0. The update also adds Sprint location support to Mac OS, so that you can use your Sprint mobile broadband […]
By Christopher Price on October 26, 2007
Apple’s launch of Mac OS X Leopard today came with one more thing that wasn’t expected to make it into the final release. We can confirm that Mac OS 10.5 will ship with fully working Stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) support. Apple’s affairs with Stereo Bluetooth have been murky for years. Since Apple began shipping systems with […]
By Christopher Price on June 28, 2006
Apple late yesterday released Mac OS X 10.4.7. The latest update to the popular and powerful operating system makes several improvements for mobile and wireless users. Included are updates to dial-up networking, EV-DO support (including ExpressCard), and iSync. It does not, however, add support for the Nokia 6165i. The 6165i is the second Sprint non-smart […]