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0.4.3 (Oct 17, 2008)
Just use xmplay for radio streaming. I haven't found anything close, certainly not SR.
10.0.12.36 (Oct 17, 2008)
Works great with Flashblock my fav Firefox addon ever.
184.108.40.206 (Oct 17, 2008)
Interesting program with potential. But it has limited support iso's. MagicDisk is much better in my view http://www.magiciso.com/...-magicdisc-overview.htm . Also, if you're running xp MS has a free and very lightweight virtual drive; I'm sure it's as good as slysoft's piece. Check out http://www.informit.com/...x?p=406936&seqNum=2 for more info.
1.75 (Oct 10, 2008)
Better than anything commercial in my view. Solid. Thanx to the developer for this excellent product.
5.0.20080919W Beta 1 (Oct 4, 2008)
Genius toolbar. I love to be able "send to" a webpage in gmail; very useful feature. I'm bummed that they seem to have removed "word find" from the latest Firefox version. Not sure why they would do that. It's incredibly useful for finding searched for terms on an individual page. Of course, you could just have it highlight those words if you wanted. Personally, I just drag the icons and feature I like onto my usual Firefox toolbar and close the Google bar itself. I know you might be skeptical because so many companies put out bogus toolbars, but give it a try before you form your opinion.
5.0.20080919W Beta 1 (Jul 21, 2011 - 1:28 PM)
I used to read this site, but I find this acrimony toward Apple off putting. Why not do some honest reporting on Apple stuff from people who actually use it, and similarly with Windows. It doesn't have to be a black and white world.
5.0.20080919W Beta 1 (Jul 21, 2011 - 1:26 PM)
Apple sucks because other developers couldn't get their act together in time? How long have they had to make their stuff work with Lion? 8 months?
5.0.20080919W Beta 1 (Jun 6, 2011 - 2:22 PM)
Wow. Windows 8 looks a hell of a lot like iOS to me. Sure, instead of icons they're using essentially bigger icons, and they're allowing more than one app open on the screen, which iOS doesn't do since it's designed for a small screen, and iOS doesn't really allow access to the file system without 3rd party apps like Goodreader, but I'd say Windows 8 is taking a very huge page from Apple here. Sure you might say that Windows 8 is a copy of their mobile os, but then my point stands. They're taking a very huge page from iOS here. It will be interesting to watch what Apple does with OS X given MS's moves in Apple's direction. I think we're seeing some interesting changes that will hopefully close the gap between mobile devices and bigger ones. Apple, however you slice it, is the one innovating here. Everyone else is just following what they do.
5.0.20080919W Beta 1 (Oct 28, 2010 - 8:34 AM)
I suspect it won't be a netbook killer on this site, since MS fanboys are usually fat and cheap, and have no appreciation of build quality. Anyone who can use a PC netbook surely wouldn't understand the Macbook Air. What's with the zzji18 spam? No spam control on this list? Betanews is going down hill with there Apple bashing news. Get with the times.
5.0.20080919W Beta 1 (Oct 28, 2010 - 8:29 AM)
The early HP tablets were total junk; they ran hot and were extremely poorly constructed. I'd be very surprised if this tablet wasn't the same crap. 5 hours of battery power I'm sure is a total exaggeration. These things aren't going to get much more than 3 in real world use. It's bulky, poor battery life, the screen is too small, junky HP build quality, and running a desktop OS without enough power to really run it. Clearly HP doesn't get what made the iPad sell zillions and define a new kind of device. It doesn't look like the iPad will have any serious competition anytime soon. The first thing that's needed is a proper OS that's appropriate for this class of devices. Eventually Apple will release an OS X tablet, since they have a prototype of this device with the new Macbook Air. Remove the keyboard and make it a touch screen and you can see that Apple is already capable of building an enterprise tablet running full OS X. They don't need to build that for a few years though since first they'll sell a couple hundred million iPads before anyone builds anything close. I suspect my comments won't fly on this forum full of MS fanboys. Try before you comment boys.