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Krystian Kozerawski

Talking OSX Mountain Lion With Krystian Kozerawski

We’ll be recording this week’s technology.ie podcast tomorrow evening. With the release of Apple’s latest version of OSX – Mountain Lion, who better to have on the show than one of the leading Mac bloggers in Europe? Krystian Kozerawski aka Mackozer is a man of many talents. He’s one of Poland’s foremost Mac bloggers and […]

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Ipads Providing Cheaper And Lighter Alternative For Airline Inflight Entertainment

Apple’s iPad might solve several issues for airlines and their customers. The iPad is being used by several airlines to provide inflight entertainment services. While providing hundreds of iPads is obviously not cheap, they weigh considerably less than the current inflight entertainment systems, so they could save airlines on fuel costs Qantas’ fleet of 767s […]

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Google+ API Opens Up

One of the issues for business users of Google’s social network, Google+, was the lack of support for 3rd party software tools and services to help business (and users) manage their updates. Within the last couple of days Google has announced that their API for Google+ is being opened up: More third party tools to […]

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Computer Icons Are A Bit Dated

Scott Hanselman’s recent post about computer icons is getting quite a bit of attention over on Slashdot. In his post Scott goes through some of the more commonly used icons that appear in both software interfaces as well as those of many web based services – and even portable devices such as the smartphone that […]

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