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Monthly Archives: December 2011
(Too long? Skip to the end…) I love my AppleTV. When I get home from work, I pull out my iPhone, tap Apple’s Remote app, and tell the iMac in my basement to start streaming music to my entertainment center. I’ve been pulling my DVD collection into iTunes so I don’t have to bother with [...]
Apple has found that in rare cases, the batteries in some 1st gen iPod nanos can pose a fire hazard. I found my old nano while I was cleaning the other day, so I went ahead and registered for a replacement. A few days ago, Mac Rumors started getting reports in their forums that, after some extended [...]
Maybe this was obvious to everyone else, but if you have an iPhone 4S or iPad 2, then you can effectively stream apps like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO to your AppleTV even though they don’t support AirPlay.
Chris Ziegler writes for The Verge – it’s a very selfish piece of advice: you see . . . it’s simply my path of least resistance to ensuring my advice seeker an acceptable smartphone experience with minimal ongoing technical support from me. He says that the Galaxy Nexus is the best smart phone he’s ever used, [...]
Facebook updated their iOS app to version 4.1 today with the following features: – Access to Mobile Timeline on iPhone (if you already have a timeline). iPad support coming soon. Get your own timeline here: fb.me/tml – Access to friend lists, subscribers and subscriptions – Faster, better performance – Photos are easier to view, upload [...]
Things I most use Siri for: Finding directions Setting reminders, alarms, and calendar entries Texting while in a car Playing music while in a car Finding someone in Find My Friends Generally, I use Siri because it will save me a lot of typing and menu navigation. There are some rough edges and some features [...]