Stories for Jun. 7, 2008

If you’re experiencing desktop clutter on your Mac, like myself, you might want to check out Drag Thing. On June 4, 2008 they updated DragThing to 5.9.3. I really like this application since it helps me remove the clutter from my desktop. yes I admit it […] Read more »

After our computers, our cell phones are surely the most essential tool for most web workers. With our on-the-go working habits, many of us spend hours every week with the tiny phones pressed to our ears, dealing with clients and coworkers. Recently the potential health risks of cell phones are back in the news – CNN and the New York Times are among the major media that have covered this issue. Read more »

Zoho is an office productivity suite that is entirely online, just like Google Docs, only with more stuff you can create (invoices, CRM, Projects). Raju and company recently redesigned the interface to work better with an iPhone. Writer, Creator, Sheet, and Show are supported. It looks […] Read more »

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Stories for Jun. 6, 2008

Comcast has filed for trademark protection for two devices as the company looks to extend its reach beyond the set-top box and stave off the rising competition. Multichannel News reports: Last fall Comcast registered for trademark protection for AnyReach, a portable TV and video player, and […] Read more »

Avery recently unveiled the final version of DesignPro for Mac. You’ll find over 1300 predesigned layouts to that you can use for labels, stationery designing, and printing. “DesignPro offers Mac users one software program that has the flexibility and creativity to design and print the broad […] Read more »

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Since we all know that Steve Jobs is Mr. Secretive, everything that is “announced” before his keynote is pure speculation. Of course, it sure is fun to think about all of these. Subsidy for iPhone 3G iPhone Mac Clones Smaller iPhone with better battery life GPS […] Read more »

We’ve written recently about how to preserve your equity when fundraising. This week we spoke with serial entrepreneur Chris Michel, who explained why founders should not be afraid to give additional equity disbursements — out of their personal stakes! — to reward senior staffers. That’s what […] Read more »

I have blogged numerous times about the many different mini-notebooks that Joanna Stern of Laptop Magazine has tested as it seems she gets her hands on every new one introduced.  I have suspected she has a problem and needs our help and her latest mini-notebook adventure […] Read more »’s U.S. retail site became unavailable around late Friday morning, West Coast time. The outage, however, more than just being annoying, was instructive. Here’s why it matters. Read more »

IBM showed off a new computing system yesterday that packed layers of semiconductors in a vertical stack and cooled it with water running in hair-thin pipes along the chips themselves. This is more impressive than the water-cooled copper plates that subsequently cool chips, and a leap […] Read more »

If you’ve got a fancy high-end device, you already know the joys of having your email available on your mobile phone. But what if you’ve got an older model, or don’t want to use the built-in email client? That’s where BlueWhaleMail comes in. They’ve created a […] Read more »

Yes, it’s the little things in life that make many a mobile device user happy. For example: I’ve been using Skype since late-2004 and yet when I use SkypeOut, the person I’m calling gets "+0000123456" displayed on their caller ID. If I’m going to be a […] Read more »

TakeTV, we hardly knew ye. Unveiled just last October, SanDisk’s USB PC-to-TV video device along with Fanfare, its accompanying content portal, were both shut down on May 15th, a SanDisk spokesperson has confirmed. The official party line is that TakeTV was no longer a priority for […] Read more »

“iPhone, till now, has not exactly been video-friendly,” writes Liz over on NewTeeVee. And that is a damn shame because the screen is pretty awesome and made for enjoying video-on-the-go. However there seems to be a thought that the new version with video features and 3G […] Read more »

Web Workers love to share their productivity secrets, and we can be quite evangelical about the tools that we use to manage our business. The folks over at 37signals have launched a new affiliate program for their Basecamp, Backpack and Highrise services that might be particularly […] Read more »

Venture capitalist Vinod Khosla is unlikely to retire anytime soon, but he could soon be investing in cleantech with the retirement funds of some of his fellow Californians. Khosla Ventures is in “advanced talks,” peHub reports, with the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS), which as […] Read more »

Funnily enough reports are coming in saying that nothing wrong with Amazon Web Services’ S3 service is working just fine for everyone. Hey maybe they should use it sometime… okay just a bad joke on my part. Looks like the https version of the site is […] Read more »

As we’ve covered several times already, Firefox 3 is on the verge of being released (RC2 came out a couple of days ago). The new version is, at this point, very solid – faster than FF2 and with a lower memory footprint (though of course your […] Read more »

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