Putting tongue firmly in cheek, hopefully to accomplish something.
It’s actually quite inexpensive these days to add factory-spec Bluetooth to “older” cars from the mid-2000’s. Here’s how to do it on most GM cars from the last decade.
HP has finally released a driver for the Officejet 100 Mobile Printer that supports OS X Lion. The now-10.7-compatible printer was one of the last printers in HP’s lineup to gain Lion support. Download: HP Officejet 100 Printer Driver for OS X Lion Version 12.13.20 (Direct FTP Link) Here’s the catch: Unlike nearly every other […]
That’s right. Even if you use Boot Camp, you’re stuck at Bluetooth 2.0 on your Windows-powered MacBook. I didn’t realize this until I considered getting one of those nifty MacBook Air units now that they have reasonably good graphics. Not that this would really tip my decision either way… but Microsoft added support for Bluetooth […]
One thing you may not notice from the Apple Store page for the newly-released Mac Pro is references to Bluetooth. In putting up the pages on the store-side, they forgot to note Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR. Rest assured, it’s there, it’s just now an included feature. It’s listed on the official tech specs page.
Sorry, I won’t be at CES ’08. I didn’t realize that Macworld Expo and CES didn’t overlap this year (it is the first time they haven’t overlapped… that I can remember right now). Not foreseeing that, I already locked in other plans for next week… oh well, hopefully this will stick and I can attend […]
One of the things that really irks me about Dell, is their laptop keyboards. They’re downright horrible in terms of noise pollution. I’m soft sound sensitive. That means if you’re chewing gum, I can hear it. Yes, it bothers me. And yes, you’re a complete moron if you chew anything with your mouth open (don’t […]