iTunes Wireless Sync & MacBook Battery Calibration

012712_rg_iTunesWiFiCalibration_01.jpgThere’s definitely something awesome about wireless syncing. Although syncing isn’t that time consuming, depending on the amount of data that you want to share with your iOS device, the wireless option just makes everything easier. And if you haven’t calibrated your MacBook’s battery in a while, here are a few more tricks to drain that battery faster.


Real Alternatives to Blu-Ray Discs: Going Digital

120310_rg_BluRayAlt_01.jpgWhile some people clearly disagree with the opinion that Blu-Ray discs don’t really matter anymore, there are a number of viable alternatives, especially for users who don’t have an HDTV and consume all of their media from their laptops or desktops.

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iPad: The Maxipad Of Tablets

The back of the iPad

Apple had their must touted event yesterday which launched their unfortunately named tablet onto the masses. I can appreciate good design and great products, though I’m not an Apple fan-boy.

Let’s get one thing straight. You won’t be using your iPad to game. You’ll be trying to pass the time while you’re on public transport or something like that and you’ll be playing some games, though no Flash games, which makes this a bit annoying.

No flash=no Hulu

That’s a pretty bad equality to start out with.

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Trent Reznor’s Innovative Free Iphone App

040709_rg_niniphoneapp.jpgAt first, when I read reports on the new Trent Reznor NIN iPhone app, I was skeptical. What could this free app from the iTunes store really do for us? Other than mimic and present us with different little improvements. Well it turns out that it could do a lot more. Actually, it does stuff that no iPhone app or IM client has done before. Do you want to find out more?

Steve Jobs’ Keynote Speech

More from Wired on Steve Jobs’ keynote speech. Two big things: MacBook Air and iTunes digital movie rentals.