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Xserve with Nehalem

Apple released the latest update to their Xserve servers. It features Intel’s “Nehalem” Xeon processor. The $2,999 model’s spec are: a single 2.26 GHz Quad-Core Xeon 5500 series processor with 8MB of fully shared L3 cache 3GB of 1066 MHz DDR3 ECC RAM a single 160GB 7200 rpm SATA Apple Drive Module dual Gigabit Ethernet on-board two PCI Express 2.0 ...

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Cocoa Resources for iPhone Development

TUAW continues their iPhone Dev 101 series. Listing books and website resources for Cocoa Programming. Some of these resources are books, while others are sites, but all of the resources are valuable to up and coming developers (and experiences developers) alike.

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Delicious Library 2 free with MacHeist 3

The MacHeist just got even better, when you purchase the MacHeist 3 bundle you can follow these steps to receive the following applications for free: Delicious Library 2 and Multiwinia by Ambrosia. Both totaling $59 and you will need a Twitter account.

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Upgrading the Mac mini

I have followed this step by step guide by iFixit. It included all the steps to help you open the Mac mini A1283. You will need a “putty knife”, you can get that from SACO hardware store. It is better to not buy the RAM from Apple. Instead I highly recommend Other World Computing. I bought 4GB DDR3 upgrade for ...

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Etisalat Launches Prepaid Option for iPhone 3G

Etisalat announced the availability of “prepaid” iPhone 3G plan in the UAE. The iPhone 3G 8GB will cost AED 3,121 and the 16GB model for AED 3,570. Just like Saudi Arabia, it includes free 250MB of data for the first 6 months. Saudi Arabia’s Mobily already had a similar “prepaid” plan: same 250MB data for the first 6 months. The ...

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Macworld Expo moving to February in 2010

Macworld Expo will be shifted to February 9-13 2010 from January. Mainly to avoid overlapping with CES. From Macworld: Moving Macworld Expo away from January could have other benefits as well. With the trade show starting immediately after the end of the holiday buying season, Mac developers often had to weigh whether holding off on a product announcement until Macworld ...

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iWork and iLife updates

Apple released iWork ’09, iWeb, iMovie, iPhoto and iLife Support updates. The updates include overall application stability improvements. Updates are available from the Apple Software Update utility or Apple’s website.

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MacHeist 3 Bundle

MacHeist is offering their third Mac software bundle. The bundle cost $39 and includes up to 12 applications currently valued at $558. The applications are: Picturesque: image editor. PhoneView: iPhone/iPod touch tool. LittleSnapper: image organizer. Acorn: photo editor. Kinemac: 3D animator. World of Goo: game. iSale: eBay software. SousChef: Cooking recipe organizer. Big Bang Board Games: for the first 25,000 ...

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Free up your hard drive with Sponge

TUAW reviewed Sponge, an application for freeing up your hard drive: On the other hand, Sponge was easy to use, fast, and quickly showed me exactly how much space I would recover by removing certain files. The application removal function made it simple to delete all of the Adobe Acrobat files with one click, although they were scattered.

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Mobily ruins the iPhone 3G’s first month?

I am subscribed to the iPhone 3G 8GB Postpaid 99 bundle. I paid 2,255SR for the iPhone 3G and 99SR for the first month, even though it’s a postpaid plan I PREPAID. That’s the first oddity. Now I got a bill for 146SR which includes what’s called “package rental monthly fee” of 123.75SR and 31.88MB internet usage for 65.4SR?! Haven’t ...

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