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So we're looking at digital cameras, but we have a requirement. See, we're having a kid, I run my own business, and she's starting a new job. We are not blessed with an abundance of time, and frankly we're not even that interested in becoming photography... Read more →
This sad puppy at 1920 x 1080 resolution feels the same way I do that I can't transfer 1080p video from my RX100 to my iPad.
The RX100 M1 and M2 both recorded 1080p video, however Sony decided to encode video in their AVCHD format. This meant that if I recorded video on the go at true 1080p, then I wouldn't be able to import or edit it on my iPad (iOS doesn't support AVCHD).
In order to get video to record in a format that the iPad could read (e.g., MP4), the RX100... Read more →
As you may recall one of the newest additions to iOS 8 is a more open intent system, and this is something iOS fans have long been wanting. Currently there is tool called OvershareKit  that developers can take advantage of, but that's only for sharing. What the wonderful folks at AgileBits have done is create an extension to let developers use 1Password to auto-fill password fields. It's a huge feature I've been wanting out of 1Password and iOS for a while and... Read more →
Here we are at the penultimate episode of Halt and Catch Fire with no clue about whether the show will be renewed. I've been enjoying it thus far (if I wasn't I probably wouldn't still be watching it or writing these posts), but how I feel about it getting canceled or renewed entirely depends on what happens in the final episode. Right now, there are a lot of balls up in... Read more →
Yesterday, this spinning wheel was going to town all day long on my phone. I'd force close apps and nothing would change. It's no wonder my battery life went from about 90% to 20% in 3 hours, while barely touching my phone! Finally, after rebooting my phone last night, it appears to have gone away.
That said, is there any way to see what apps are currently accessing data? (Similar to how we have a screen that tells us what apps are currently /...
I can watch baseball in the backyard! Life is good...
I've written about our TiVo Roamio before, recently when I was wondering why the TiVo app didn't seem to stream with it: http://www.engadget.com/discuss/what-s-up-with-my-tivo-app-1psx/
Anyway, fast forward a few months and a couple of app updates later, and things seem to work much better! So much, that I'm able to actually stream live games (and recorded shows) to my iPad without... Read more →