65Bits Episode 64: 64 just ain't enough...

With us, Getting the 64 essential vitamins just isn’t enough. Not when you’re camped out at some different location, discussing tech and driving away the frightened townspeople. Particularly when we begin to rail and flail against the local media for its irresponsible reporting and so on. We look at Apple extensively, see that the first Service Pack for Vista is out (more on that… later), and most importantly, give you an interesting way to save some cash. Lastly, all of us @ Tech65 strongly encourage everyone to protect yourselves with Gadgetrack, because if you don’t look good, well than change your hair product.

PS. 65th Coming Up. *Jerrick breaks out the Farinelli Wasting Device, Vodka and its little brother, Rum*

Sincerely,
Stare AT US!

Stories this week.

Industry sources say SingTel will launch iPhone in S’pore in Sep

Apple’s Airport Extreme firmware allows Time Machine backups to external HDDs.

Apple’s Apple Airport Express relaunched with 802.11n.

Apple evaluating “all you can eat” iTunes option?

American dollar all time low American gadgets now a lot cheaper for us.

SPH launches first S’pore search and directory engine – Rednano.sg

Windows Vista Service Pack 1 Launched

Intel IDF Preview

Byte of the Week : Revision3 in your Pocket?

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