Your photos and videos, your important documents, your contacts – these files live on various devices and without a backup you run the risk of losing them all at any moment. Let’s take a look at ways of backing up your phones, tablets, laptops and desktops.
On the 30th anniversary of the Mac, I thought I’d share my Mac using/buying history. I didn’t buy my first Mac until 2010, but I had been using them daily for a number of years leading up to that purchase. Here they are in chronological order:
Logic Pro Studio 9 is now available on the Mac App Store for $199.99, down from $499. This includes the option to download 19gb of loops. MainStage is a separate download at $29.99.
Technology is improving at an exponential rate. It really is insane. Back in 1998, Steve Jobs announced the new iMac…
In this first post of four, I will detail my current photography workflow from import to basic editing.
I’ll post my thoughts on the “Back to the Mac” event soon, but I just wanted to get this info about Aperture out there. Apple has updated Aperture to version 3.1. Here are the software update notes:
I just received an e-mail from Apple indicating that, as they announced at the last keynote, the top tier of iCloud…
Attention Halifax (and area) readers: I have a double pass to the new Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher to give away!
ReFind makes it easy to get to your most-used folders on your Mac with just a few keyboard strokes. It’s a bit of a power-user tool, but if you find yourself navigating to the same folders time and time again, ReFind could make your life easier.
Apple has removed the venerable white MacBook from its online store. It will, however, live on for now as an option for educational institutions, presumably while stock lasts.
Apple recently teased OSX Lion, announced the Mac App Store, and released iLife ’11 and a brand-new MacBook Air.
After much focus on iOS, iPad, iPod Touch, and the iPhone, Apple is holding a “Back to the Mac” event on Wednesday. Will we see a preview of OS X Lion? New hardware and software? Only Steve Jobs knows for sure…