Hit the road, Mac. Whether your road-warrior gifteee travels for work, for fun, or just roams around the city using coffeeshops as their office, we recommend bags and travel-ready accessories that are sure to brighten their holiday season.
Good news this month for iPhone users who like to streaming video from their cameras. First, Steve Jobs himself blessed the Live Knocking Video app for iPhone-to-iPhone streaming, and now Ustream has released a new app called Live Broadcaster to stream video from your camera to the web.
While Apple has been slowly improving the iPhone Camera app over the three generations of software, other developers have taken it upon themselves to squeeze as much out of the camera hardware as possible.
There are two camps in the world of DJing--analog purists and the
cutting-edge digital folks. The purists hold on to their vinyl like
children clutching their favorite toy, while the digital folks look for
the best way to rock the house and steer clear of the poor house. The
latest update to djay by algoriddim allows you to rock the beats
without breaking the bank.
While iPhone users stateside are stuck with just one lousy carrier, the FAIL-tacular AT&T, Apple's choice to make a handset that fits a broader global audience means other countries get more service options. This monopoly deal has been a bad deal for consumers -- and arguably a bad deal for ol' Ma Bell.
Macs are awesome machines, and they come with tons of great software,
already included. But that’s not all you need to maximize your Mac.
Here are some of our favorite must-have accessories for our machines.
Whether you’re a recent switcher or a long-time Mac head, you can use
each of these crucial goodies.
We finally get the Chrome beta for Mac. It only took a year and we wonder how many years the browser will be in beta. Our money is on two. Apple acquires Lala for an undisclosed amount of money. Is iTunes streaming is on the horizon? Plus, a developer gets banned from the App Store because of some review shenanigans.
Plus, we answer your hard-hitting Twitter and Facebook questions! Okay, they weren't that hard-hitting.
More than a year after they threw back the curtain on the Windows beta, Google has finally unleashed a beta version of their Chrome browser for the Mac. So, was it worth the wait? And more importantly, in its present state, is Chrome compelling enough to make you move from Safari, Firefox, Opera, et al? Let’s find out.