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Ask the iTunes Guy: Album art and tagging

Ask the iTunes Guy: Album art and tagging

The iTunes Guy answers questions about tagging basics, removing artwork, adding large descriptions in tags, and more. … [Read more...]

Mac Basics: Get digital copies of your Mac manuals

Mac Basics: Get digital copies of your Mac manuals

In Lion, you can easily get a digital copy of your Mac’s manual—all you need is an Internet connection. Here’s how. … [Read more...]

Fourteen tips for using Pinterest for business

Fourteen tips for using Pinterest for business

Pinterest pros provide fourteen tips to help you use this virtual bulletin board to promote your brand and drive traffic to your website or business. … [Read more...]

Skirting auto-login in Lion

Skirting auto-login in Lion

You've configured your Mac to automatically login to a particular account but now you'd like to switch to a different account. Are there any shortcuts? Perhaps not as many as you'd like. … [Read more...]

How I use Evernote for work

How I use Evernote for work

You might know Evernote as a great tool for clipping stories from the Web and collecting recipes. But you not have considered how useful it can be for business, too. David Sparks explains how he does just that. … [Read more...]

The new iPad

It’s not a surprise that the new iPad caused a bit of a stir. It’s pretty darn awesome with the same tried-and-true iPad price point to match. EDITORS NOTE:   We are currently doing a full hands on review of the iPad. We are currently finishing testing the 4G in Vancouver and San Fransisco, as well as testing for over-heating issues. … [Read more...]

iOS App Review: Email client Sparrow delivers

iOS App Review: Email client Sparrow delivers

The iOS version of this email client features a well-designed interface that packs in a good deal of functionality, though it's missing one key feature at this stage. … [Read more...]

Is the new iPad too hot to handle?

Is the new iPad too hot to handle?

A reader has a warm iPad. Is he alone? No. Is it something to worry about? Probably not. … [Read more...]

Seven ways to free up drive space

Seven ways to free up drive space

Maybe it's because your media collection is growing, or perhaps you've got a small-but-fast SSD drive. Whatever the reason, if you find yourself reaching the limits of your drive's capacity, these tips will help you clean house and give your data some virtual breathing room. … [Read more...]

Understanding Apple TV, mirroring, and aspect ratio

Understanding Apple TV, mirroring, and aspect ratio

Although the new iPad and Apple TV support 1080p video, nothing changes about the iPad's native 4:3 aspect ratio. … [Read more...]

Review: My Passport Studio hard drive features security software

Review: My Passport Studio hard drive features security software

Western Digital’s latest My Passport Studio has a solid build and multiple connections, but slow transfer speeds and a preinstalled security app hamstring an otherwise decent drive. … [Read more...]

App Guide: More Retina display-ready iPad apps

App Guide: More Retina display-ready iPad apps

Earlier this week, we showed you all the Apple-made apps that are ready for the new iPad's improved display. Some of our favorite third-party apps are getting ready for the new iPad, too. … [Read more...]

The new iPad: The complete Macworld review

The new iPad: The complete Macworld review

After a week with the device, Jason Snell presents his review of the third-generation iPad. It's a solid, incremental improvement on a device that's already at the top of its game. … [Read more...]

Hypermac External Battery

Hypermac External Battery

We recently received a HyperMac External Battery for the Apple MacBook / 13″ Pro / Air. The product forms the groundwork for today’s review. The product is extremely well built. It feels solid and strong in the hand, which makes a change from some of the other aftermarket parts available – matching Apple’s build quality. … [Read more...]

Philips SBD7500 review

Philips SBD7500 review

No, we don’t like James Morrison… The built in iPod / iPhone speakers are great. Great when your out in the town and want to share your music. But when your in your home or workspace, and wish to play your music at a reasonable volume and for several hours on the go, then the iPhone will let you down. Speaker quality degrades the higher … [Read more...]

Helpful tips for your Apple devices (part III)

We love doling out tips for your iPad, iPhone, iPod, Mac, and other devices, and try to round up the perfect balance of“yeah, I already knew that, but thanks for the reminder!” with “oh, that’s awesome, thanks!” Check out Part I of our tips, Part II, and keep reading for more… Automatic Trash Emptying Though you … [Read more...]

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