Ever want to run those old arcade games like Pac Mac on your iPod? Now you can with the help of iPodMame.
Macworld had an interesting article suggesting that Apple could grab a 9% marketshare. To quote the article:
"To measure the possible impact of the Mac's impending versatility, we conducted an online survey of 255 college students. Two important statistics emerged when the Mac could run Windows apps. First, the mean likelihood of purchasing a Mac rose dramatically - from 24.7 per cent to 44 per cent. Second, the percentage of Windows users who would definitely buy a Mac rose from 1.8 per cent to 13.5 per cent"
When you think of Apple you think of iMac, iPod, PowerBook, Mac OS X, etc., not storage! But Apple is 10th in the storage market with sales of $185 million. To quote the article:
According to his estimates, nearly 40% o XServe RAIDs are connected to non-Mac OS servers.
Looks like the iPod is cheaper by 33% per Gig of space each generation. Here are the details and some neat graphs on the prices of iPods over time.
Here's a good article on how to connect your MacBook Pro to an HDTV.
It turns out that connecting the newer Macs to an HDTV is very easy. As Ben explains, it just works!
Older Macs may need some tweaking.