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Have you ever forgotten to watch one of your favorite shows? TeeVee 3, is a TV show tracking application that reminds you the next time your show has a new episode about to air so you never miss another episode again.
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OS X Yosemite has finally hit the Mac App Store, bringing the long awaited refresh to the Mac operating system. OS X Yosemite, brings a number of design changes as well as features that bring your iDevice and Mac closer together with features such as Handoff and Continuity. In this video, I review the new operating system in hopes to persuade you to update.
With the release of iOS 8 for iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch, we are now allowed to hide photos we don't want others to see. So if you have an embarrassing photo of yourself on your phone, why not hide it? In this video, I show you how to do just that.
While we got a number a different products at the September 9th Apple Event, the Apple Watch was by far the most interesting. Apple has decided to finally enter the world of wearables, introducing features such as Digital Touch and Fitness Tracking. In this video, I give my thoughts and opinions on the Apple Watch.
What do you guys think? Will you be purchasing one?
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After the September 2014 iPhone 6 Event, a lot of people where left wondering "well which device should I get?" In this video, I give my overall thoughts on the new iPhone and which one I am thinking about buying.
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With the release of Shazam in the Mac App Store, it is now possible to utilize its song recognition technologies to discover new music that is playing around you, using your Macs microphone. In this video, I tell you everything you need to know about this new application.
The other day, I was contacted by the company called "Digiarty" to review an application that they developed called 'MacX Video Converter Pro", and give my honest opinion. I downloaded the application, expecting to be very confused because I wasn't sure what video converting actually was. When I launched the application, I felt right at home since all of the menus were very user friendly. You can check out my full review in the video above.
Jailbreak - Jailbreaking is the name given to the process used to modify the operating system running on an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad to allow the user greater control over their device, including the ability to remove Apple-imposed restrictions and install apps obtained and other content through means other than the official App Store (among the most prevalent of these alternative sources is Cydia).
After the release of iOS 7.1.1, Apple released a lot of different security patches, making it difficult for people to Jailbreak any iOS device running the latest firmware. Today, a Chinese Developer released a tool called 'PanGu' which is the very first jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 devices.
At the moment, this tool is only available for Windows (with Mac support coming soon). You can download the tool here.
The Jailbreaking Tool, is now available for Mac as of June 29th, 2014.
Yesterday during the annual Developers Conference (also known as "WWDC"), Apple released 2 very significant updates to both of their operating systems (iOS and OS X) with the release of two very brand new updates for them (OS X Yosemite and iOS 8). 2014, was definitely the year for Macs with the new release, giving the operating system a brand new design that more resembles iOS 7's interface. A simple aesthetic change isn't the only the only thing apple added to the operating system. You can now, use AirDrop with iOS devices from your mac and vice versa. This allows people to easily transfer files to other people or to themselves easily, over Wi-Fi connection. Some features that were in iOS 7 are also being added into the Macs new operating system, such as the Today-View for notification center, giving you up to date information when you need it (Reminders, Calendar Events, Weather Reports, etc). With the addition of the Today-View for notification center, Apple has also announced app store widgets for notification center, allowing you to have a specific panel dedicated to widgets for your notification center so you can stay up to date about your favorite teams scores and your Ebay bids.
Those are just a few of the things that Apple announced at yesterdays WWDC Conference. If you would like to watch the full 2 our stream of the conference then click here
In this video, I show you how to password protect (encrypt) folders on your Mac, to keep others from being able to see what is inside them. This is really useful if you have really personal files on your Mac, and other people may need to use your computer.
Keep in mind that you may not be able to edit the contents of the folder once it has been encrypted, so make sure you add everything you need to before doing this.