Here’s a quick tip this morning for those of you who are Mac users and are considering an upgrade to Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. This Wikidot webpage which is updated regularly by Mac users who have updated their systems to Snow Leopard shows you a good long list of compatibility status of many popular apps. Though incompatibility isn’t expected to be a major problem with the new update, it is inevitable therefore Apple have released their own list, but it is much less comprehensive and not as frequently updated.

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So if you’re interested in upgrading to Snow Leopard or have already ordered a copy, you might like to check out the list and be more prepared, click here to be directed to the Wikidot page…

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Update (05/05/2009): The download link can is now available

Microsoft is to start offering effectively from tomorrow (5th May) all users free access to Windows 7 for one full year. Some of you who have friends that are MSDN or TechNet subscribers may already realise that they have been given this privileged access.

While this is only the Release Candidate (RC) version and will eventually expire on the 1st of June, 2010. The RC as you will expect is basically the finishing product and Microsoft presumably wants

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Panasonic has launched the UK’s first Blu-ray Disc recorders, all three stunningly beautiful machines (full gallery after the jump) are equipped with freesat+ compatibility which will therefore allow consumers to view and capture digital broadcasts in the best picture quality possible.

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Many of you will remember this time last week, we were invited to the exclusive launch of the LG Arena KM900 blogger event (here and here!). It was a great chance to be able to see live for the first time how the latest LG S-Class user interface worked on the new LG Arena – a full touchscreen mobile phone which LG has pitched to be “the place to play”. As we begin to see the LG Arena arrive at highstreet retail shops, we take a look at some of the features of the Arena and how it compares to benchmark touchscreen mobiles like the iPhone.

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In this second part of our review of the LBT-DJ2i, we’ll take you through some of our thoughts on the system’s design, features and usability. If you remember when we showed you the hands on video in part 1 of our review. You will notice that the LBT-DJ2i isn’t designed to be like a mini stereo hi-fi system, instead it’s been designed and equipped with hardware suited even for hosting music at large party venues and events.

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There isn’t yet a netbook from Apple at the moment and as you will be able to recall on the post in which we wrote about netbooks which were capable of running Mac OS X, only the Dell Mini 9 and MSI Wind achieved full scores. That’s why there is now a proper guide released from Gizmodo showing you how you could install and run Mac OS X on your Dell Mini 9 and hackintosh it into a proper Mac netbook (or mini MacBook?). So before you get started, you will need to make sure you have the following.

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Apple doesn’t look as if they are planning on releasing a netbook anytime soon, although this idea sounds extremely attractive to me. For those who can’t wait for this moment to come, this chart featured below is probably the best comparison guide available to date to help you decide whether you should use your netbook to take on Mac OS X.

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Want to run Mac OS X on your netbook? Use this compatibility chart...

So the verdict basically is if you can’t wait and want to surprise your netbook by putting Mac OS X on it, you’re more likely to see success with the MSI Wind, or the Dell Mini 9.

We highly recommend you check out BoingBoing for further details…

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