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Briefly: MacNN review; Google calendar

updated 12:50 pm EDT, Thu April 13, 2006

Review, Google calendar

In brief: MacNN has reviewed the Contour Design iSee video 30 ($26, shown at right), a thin and clear iPod case that attaches to a strap or belt.... Google today introduced a free Web calendar service, allowing users to schedule events and share them with others.... Two of MacPlay's latest titles -- Jewel Quest and Mah Jong Quest -- are now available at for $25 each.... MacSpeech announced that it has certified four new microphones from Andrea Electronics, which include the NC-91, NC-95, NC-110, and NC-115.... O'Reilly Press has released its latest title, "Running Boot Camp: The First Intsall Guide" ($8), a guide to step users through the install and configuration process of Apple's Boot Camp software.... Technocutie has unveiled a series of hand-made cases for iPod owners (pricing varies), offering protection for numerous models.

by MacNN Staff





  1. beverson

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Safari not supported yet

    When you try to use it with Safari, it says the browser isn't supported. Firefox on Mac is at least. I haven't played with it much, but the initial calendar page seems to load fine with Safari (the site at least lets you try unsupported browsers with a warning that things might not work).

  1. beverson

    Joined: Dec 1969


    iCal is supported

    ...however, you can import calendars from iCal. The FAQ even walks you through it. Cool.

  1. GORDYmac

    Joined: Dec 1969


    I like it

    This is what I hoped iCal would be. The whole .Mac connection with iCal really turned me off. Bring on an address book, Google.

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