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Three simple tips to improve MacBook battery life

Here are three simple tips to improve battery life on your MacBook or MacBook Air. Let’s assume you are on a plane watching some movie. You probably already have a smug face since you can watch a movie for a

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Xcode analyzer error: Analyzer skipped this file due to parse errors

Apple integrated the Clang Static Analyzer into Xcode a while back. It’s a part of the LLVM project and it uses the clang C/C++/Objective-C compiler front-end to the LLVM compiler to perform static analysis.

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Ignoring the build dir in Xcode

I decided to move some of my code to Project Locker, but found that the build dir is always listed by SVN like: oehoeboeroe:artemis aqua$ svn status M      . ?       build M      

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Enable native NTFS read/write support in Snow Leopard

Snow Leopard has the ability to mount NTFS volumes as read/write, but it’s not enabled by default. Here’s how to get full read/write support for NTFS drives in Snow Leopard : In Terminal, type diskutil info /Volumes/volume_name, where volume_name is the name

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Taking a screenshot from the iPad simulator

I just found out about a convenient way of taking screenshots from the iPhone Simulator (which, incidentally, is also an iPad Simulator). Just run your application and when you get to the screen you need to save, press Control +

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Product Management and iPhone

What lessons can you learn from the iPhone, look past the hype and see it for what it is — a number of great case studies wrapped up in a well-designed and potentially revolutionary product. Even if the iPhone launch

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My favorite computer

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