CD-swapping service Lala.com is letting users upload their music libraries and stream them via the Web – and stream other music in its entirety for free no catch.
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Ask.com relveals ask 3d, better than Google?
This is a new site going to be released later tonight!
SMB’s and Oracle weary of Google’s dominance?
Google improves search security, rivals flounder
Mountain view is kicking arse with security amidst privacy concerns.
Google’s “Streetview” possibly ILLEGAL in Europe.
If Google is illegal in some community, why not US communities, is there something wrong here?
Open Office for Mac was released.
Neo Office step aside, there are new MacBook Pros and software to be had!
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Apple announced Tuesday that it has updated its high-end MacBook Pro laptops with faster processors, better graphics and more memory space.
The laptops are still available in three models: two 15.4-inch versions that retail for $1,999 and $2,499, and a larger, 17-inch edition that costs $2,799. But with Tuesday’s update, the lower-end 15-inch model is now equipped with 2.2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processors (previously, it had a 2.16GHz chip); the higher-end 15-incher and the 17-incher now come with 2.4GHz processors, up from 2.33GHz. These new processors are indeed Intel’s latest Centrino–or “Santa Rosa”–chips, which were introduced in early May.
All three MacBook Pros additionally now can be upgraded from 2GB to 4GB of RAM (random access memory) at extra cost, and have faster Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT graphics cards designed for media-intensive animation and gaming.