Apple’s New Invention – Air Poo

February 25, 2008 at 10:07 pm | Posted in Apple | Leave a comment

Steve Jobs gets into toilet business….hahahaa




China Mobile Walks Away From iPhone Deal

February 19, 2008 at 10:00 pm | Posted in Apple | Leave a comment

The negotiation between Apple and Chinese biggest mobile-phone company broke down… People in China pay almost $200 extra for the same models that sold in US and iPhone is one of the most popular gadgets in China. Both parties make money… and why this deal fell apart????


Remote Control Your Mac Using UltraVNC in Windows

February 17, 2008 at 11:09 pm | Posted in Apple | Leave a comment

Access your Mac is easier for OS X Tiger since it has built-in Apple Remote Desktop; however, you need to check LAN setting in VNC client otherwise the screen will hang, “Please wait, initial screen loading….”


The following is my step-by-step installations….:

1. In Mac, under System Preferences, click Sharing and enable Apple Remote Desktop.


2. Enable Apple Remote Desktop in Firewall


3. Check users who are allowed to access to your Mac, and create a password for screen login.


4. In UltraVNC Client in Windows, check LAN option in stead of Auto.


5. Enter the password that you created in Step 3.


Other Source: How to use your Mac everywhere

Watch Free TV On Mac

February 5, 2008 at 10:40 pm | Posted in Apple | 1 Comment

Having a high-speed Internet connection, you can watch stream video, full length movie & shows from online for free including  TVU PlayerVeoh and PPLive for Windows… and Joost for Mac. 

Unlike TVU Player that you can watch live news, most programs on Joost are recorded. However, this is the only program for Mac right now, stop complaining. Also, some TV networks offer free shows and favorite episodes online such as CBSNBC and ABC with HD. Enjoy!!!! 

MacBook Air – Is It Worthy To Try?

January 15, 2008 at 10:09 pm | Posted in Apple | Leave a comment

MacWorld ’08 launched today in LA… Apple’s MacBook Air is the hottest product for all. With a special designed CPU chip, less than 1 inch thick and a full-size backlit keyboard, it’s just amazing about Apple’s design team. However, the drawback of this new gadget is no internal optical drive… External cd/dvd drive is sold separately plus there is no replaceable battery. Such a pain!

Enjoy Live from MacWorld 2008

CNBC Live Interview with Steve Jobs

MacWorld ’08 Photo Gallery [1] [2] by AppleInsider


Access Mac’s shared folders from Windows Vista

January 1, 2008 at 1:38 pm | Posted in Apple, Windows | 1 Comment

I have enabled Windows Sharing in Mac; and for some reasons I’m unable to access my Mac folders via Vista’s Network and Sharing Center… I see the shared folder but cannot access to it. There is an alternate way to do it…In Windows Vista, click Start -> Run; type \\macname\username. You can substitute macname with its IP address and the username is your Mac’s login. 

Apple’s $$$ buried Think Secret

December 21, 2007 at 2:42 am | Posted in Apple | Leave a comment

Surprise, surprise… Mr. Ciarelli, the founder of the Think Secret, couldn’t overcome Apple’s money enticement and reached an “agreement” with Apple to shut down its Apple rumor web site. Thinking of what will be Apple’s next product move…2nd generation of iPhone? iPhone Nano? iPhone Shuffle? Nobody is able to leak the secret…at least for now. 

Export Emails From Outlook and Thunderbird To Apple Mail

November 8, 2007 at 5:38 pm | Posted in Apple | Leave a comment

Got my first Mac years ago, here is my technote to export all my emails from Windows to Apple Mail…

  • On the PC, install Mozilla Thurderbird (skid this if your computer already has Thunderbird mail)
  • In Mozilla Thurderbird, select Tools, Import, and then select the Mail radio button. Select Outlook from the next dialog box and your Outlook email will be imported (email will remain within the correct folders).
  • Go to Documents and Settings, under your Local Profiles folder somewhere. Chose Outlook folder and Thurderbird mail folder. Rename both inbox files to inbox.mbox.
  • Copy the .mbox files to the desktop of your Mac (using a network is easier, although burning them on to a CD will work too). For easier management, add them to a desktop folder called ‘Imported mail’ or something similar. Files with a .mbox extension will be shown with a mailbox icon.
  • On the Mac, drag each .mbox icon (i.e. each folder you used in Outlook) from the desktop to Entourage (if you don’t have Entouage, install from Microsoft Office for Mac) or its icon in the Dock, and click Import on the dialog box that appears.
  • Repeat step 5 for each .mbox file you want to import into Entourage.
  • Then open Mail, choose import from Entourage. You’re allset!
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