Less than a couple of hours till the most anticipated launch ever. Time to go to sleep and wake up to a plethora of “personal” reviews from the early adopters I’m sure.
My M600i fell down today and got a couple of minor scratches. I think someone wants me to get a new phone. :p
Here’s one for all the iPhone doubters and everyone who claims to be sick of all the “iPhone hype”.
via Lígia Rodrigues.
A rather comprehensive list of applications that utilize the light/ motion sensors in Apple hardware.
The (not so new now) Yahoo! Mail Beta has never liked Safari/ Webkit. However, it used to work fine on Camino – until recently that is. I guess Yahoo! has changed some stuff, because not only does it dislike Camino now, there is no longer an option to “continue anyway” on unsupported browsers. I don’t like using Firefox on Mac (which supports the Beta), so I needed to find a way to allow the Beta interface to load.
Enter User Agent.
Install User Agent, restart Camino and use the following custom user agent string (“Other” in User Agent settings drop down), which allows the Yahoo! Mail Beta interface to load as of today:
Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X Mach-O; en-US; rv:188.8.131.52) Gecko/20070219 Firefox/184.108.40.206
Save it as Firefox 220.127.116.11 (Mac OS X PPC) if you like.
[tags]Camino, Internet, Mac, Apple, Software, User Agent, Firefox, Mozilla, Extensions[/tags]