Archive | January, 2010

A Great Moment in Hackintosh History: Running OS X on a Phone

January 31st, 2010

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No, not iPhone OS. I’m talking full-fledged OS X, 10.3 Panther to be exact, running on a Nokia N900. Toni Nikkanen has done it, becoming the first person to run OS X on a phone, using PearPC and a lot of patience. It takes about 90 minutes to start up and it runs like molasses, […]

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Hardware Mod: Upgrading your Wireless Card- Why

January 18th, 2010


There comes a time in every mans life when he realizes that his laptop just isn’t running as fast as it once was. He can reinstall the Operating System, but it’s still won’t feel as fast as he remembers. Previously, we covered why upgrading your processor is a wise decision. But once you’ve completed that […]

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iPhone + Verizon = Hell on Earth

January 12th, 2010


We all know somebody that has and loves their iPhone. I mean, why wouldn’t they? The iPhone completely revolutionized the mobile phone industry. With its multitouch interface, fantastic app store, and sleek design, I’m a little jealous I don’t own one. I do have one issue with the phone, however, and it’s the certain smugness […]

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How To Install Snow Leopard On A Dell Mini 9

January 3rd, 2010


The good, good people over at the MyDellMini forums have been working hard to get Snow Leopard up and purring on the Mini 9 since September, and now everything finally works. I’ve been waiting to publish this guide until Meklort released the final version of NetbookBootMaker .8.3, which resolves the issue of audio in/out not […]

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