Apple hit the WWDC stage today with something to prove, impressing the crowd with an overhauled iOS, iTunes Radio, a stunning new Mac Pro, and loads more.
There’s been a lot of talk around the Web this week about the deficiencies of iCloud. As anyone who uses it likely knows, it never “just works” the way it’s supposed to. It’s buggy and confusing and unreliable, and several app developers have been griping about its woes lately.
Computers crash all the time, and Macs are no exception. I once had a MacBook brick on me while I was on a two-week business trip, making my life miserable and forever losing a ton of important data along the way. That’s a mistake I won’t make again. External hard drives are the perfect solution […]
Got a Time Capsule and you bought it between February and June 2008 and it’s having power issues? Turns out, you’re not alone. Flip it over, and look at the serial number If it’s between XX807XXXXXX – XX814XXXXXX, Apple has a fix for you: If your Time Capsule falls within serial number range above and […]
When the Time Capsule first came out I was all about it. Network attached storage and it was a router? Sign me up. At the same time, I didn’t have a lot of money to invest in the product, so I bought the 500GB model. Yesterday I was thanking god that I did. First, let’s […]
Well yesterday started off as a good day. I sold some car parts to go towards funding a truck I’m buying, and after doing some otherÂ miscellaneousÂ positive things around the office, I felt pretty good about the day. Somewhere around mid afternoon, I got an e-mail from an editor. He needed a file of mine from […]