Post Thumbnail

Remember that \"Continuous Client\" piece that was burning up the pages of Alt the other day? Well, we might get one sliver of it fulfilled if Apple has any real plans for implementing this concept they're in the process of patenting. The idea basically uses cloud syncing to let a user pause a song o

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Well, it's not September, but we're not going to hold an early launch of its performance-focused Snow Leopard OS against Apple. The Apple store has come back online bearing an order page for OS X version 10.6 in Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Pro... oh wait, it's just $29 as an upgrade from 10.

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

In addition to patching various security holes, it looks like Apple added \"Export to iPhone\" and \"Export to iPhone (Cellular)\" presets to Quicktime 7.2 -- making it easy to spit out .m4v or .3gp files optimized for the iPhone's screen and data delivery options. This isn't a huge surprise, since Qu

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

In addition to patching various security holes, it looks like Apple added \"Export to iPhone\" and \"Export to iPhone (Cellular)\" presets to Quicktime 7.2 -- making it easy to spit out .m4v or .3gp files optimized for the iPhone's screen and data delivery options. This isn't a huge surprise, since Qui

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

iPhone users out there are all pretty well familiar with what sort of content they can view on YouTube at the moment: moonwalking instructional videos are a go, obscure bluegrass fingerpicking tutorials (thanks, Dad) are not. Well, now you've got another option for viewing pointless videos, since i

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

iPhone users out there are all pretty well familiar with what sort of content they can view on YouTube at the moment: moonwalking instructional videos are a go, obscure bluegrass fingerpicking tutorials (thanks, Dad) are not. Well, now you've got another option for viewing pointless videos, since

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Just over a week after a dubious duo found a way to commandeer a Mac thanks to an elusive flaw in QuickTime (of all things), Apple's security police have purportedly fixed the flaw and issued an update. Apparently, the hole could be \"exploited through a rigged website and let an attacker control com

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

It has been a few weeks since we have had the chance to do one of these but luckily Apple has been too busy as well to update the site with loads of content. They have only added a few new high-def movie trailers to their site and even though today might be a bad day for bandwidth (for Apple - not

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Apple's been quite busy getting out more HD trailers over the last few weeks, so there's plenty of downloading to go around. If folks missed the "Mission Impossible III" Super Bowl spot, Apple added it to the list on the same day it hit the high-def airwaves and it's highly recommended. Do

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Looks like the Apple folks took a few weeks off from trailers or they're all catching high-def screenings over at Sundance. There weren't too many new HD trailers over the past few weeks, but now you can feast your eyes on the latest HD trailers: Firewall - Harrison Ford stars as a Rebel pilot

8 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

We cried over a lack of native DivX support for Windows Media Extenders before Christmas but Santa must have read our post. Apparently we were good little HD boys and girls because Santa (in the form of Xbox.com forums) just gave us a little gift: a free conversion application! Videora's Xbox 360 Co

8 years ago 0 Comments