It seems that we are constantly looking up entertainment or other videos on YouTube, but if you don’t have an active internet connection available you won't be watching anything. That is, unless you download the videos to your hard drive. We’ll show you how it’s done with just Safari and QuickTime 7 Pro.
Well, that was fast -- mere hours after announcing that OS X Lion would launch on Wednesday, Apple has pulled the trigger right at 8:30am EST as rumored. That’s right, get your wallet ready, because the big cat is ready and waiting for you!
With the Google+ announcement and the rush to get on the newest social networking service, Facebook may soon look like a wild west scene with a tumbleweed blowing in the wind (i.e. like how Myspace looks now).
If you're looking to migrate from Facebook to Google+ or you just want to backup your Facebook photos, we found an online tool that can help you out and save you some time.
Google Docs has become the ultimate go-to place when it comes to cloud document storage. The service not only enables you to access your documents and collaborate with other users, but you can also store important files to access anywhere. However, it's always a good idea to back up those documents if, say, your internet goes out, or if Google has another flub like when Gmail managed to accidentally delete a ton of users' emails. Fortunately, there's an easy solution for backing up your files to your hard drive.
If you happen to be having problems booting up your mid-2010 model iMac, Apple may have a solution for you in the guise of the iMac Hard Drive Firmware Update 1.0 -- provided that you have the exact model that it’s capable of patching.
Jailbreakers, we have some good news for you if you were bummed by the earlier iBooks announcement. It's the iPhone Dev-Team to the rescue for you, as the latest update to their PwnageTool is now available for your downloading dispersal. The update brings untethered jailbreaking for devices that are running iOS 4.2.1 and also fixed the iBooks issue discovered earlier which could prevent a user from opening up an iBookstore purchase on their device.
The much-maligned Adobe Flash is getting a boost on the Mac platform this week, with the arrival of the official release of Flash Player 10.2 for Mac, following the first beta version released back in December.
If you’re planning to purchase a Verizon iPhone 4 when preorders begin on February 3, you may want to run Software Update -- Apple has pushed out the latest version of iTunes 10, which adds CDMA compatibility in addition to other stability and performance improvements.
If you're a Mac user that's been left out of the FaceTime party for want of an iPhone 4 or new-fangled iPod touch, it's time to comb your hair and put some pants on, as Apple's FaceTime for Mac beta is now available for download. That's right: moving forward, there's no excuse not to get in on the video chat revolution.
The ability to stream online videos is one of the hallmarks of today's web. Videos on any topic you can imagine are just a click (or tap) away, provided you have an internet connection. But what if you're on your way to an internet-less destination? How will you watch your daily workout video (or favorite cat video) once you get there? The solution is simpler than you might think. With Apple's Safari web browser, a few additional clicks will have your video off of the web and onto your hard drive.