Meet, the Scrubba, a portable washing machine, in form of a bag. This wash bag, allows people to do their laundry, on-the-go. The Scrubba is a lightweight, foldable bag that features small nodules to help sc...Read more »
The cloud storage service rolled out a couple of new features that make uploading files from desktop a lot more easier.
Dropbox has just rolled out its second update for the week, a new feature that allows automated upload of photos of video files from its PC or Mac client.
This new feature simplifies the process of transferring media files from any camera, phone or SD card to your Dropbox and retains full-quality the original size to a private “Camera Uploads” folder.Read the rest of the article »
Safari on Apple's Mac OS X Lion is showing font glitches on various sites. Read on to learn the solution.
After Apple’s release of Mac OS X Lion, there came a report that fonts on websites were shown incorrectly with the OS’ Safari web browser. A couple of letter appear as square blocks with letter ‘A’ inside. While this issue might be limited to a number of websites, observers indicated that there may be a problem with the rendering of a specific styling code using the Mac OS X Lion.
The observers also pointed out that there is a possible clash between the system fonts in the said OS. That said, users are advised to clear up their system cache or validate their fonts through the Font Book app. To check if their general maintenance procedure worked, users are advised to reboot their system and revisit the website they’re having font issues with.
Apple’s Font Book app can be used to manage Mac OS X Lion’s system fonts for any possible conflicts. Once the app is launched and the fonts were validated, users will see if any problems occurred in relation to the fonts.View Article Source »
The currently released Mac OS X Lion was downloaded for more than a million times in one day after its release.
According to Apple, Mac OS X Lion was downloaded for more than one million times since its release. The Lion is the first Mac OS X that was released and only available on the Mac App Store. It is selling faster than any other OS that was released in Apple’s history.
The Mac OS X Lion costs $29.99, and offers several new features like multi-touch gesture support, auto-save, auto resume features, updated performance and usability features. This week is said to be very successful for Apple. Not only on the company’s report record earnings, but also on their releases of updated versions of the Macbook Air, Mac Mini and the Apple Cinema Display.View Article Source »
An announcement many video editors have been waiting for -- Final Cut Pro X is already available in Mac App Store, along with Motion 5 and Compressor 4.
Apple launched three Mac applications last Tuesday: The Final Cut Pro X ($299.99), Motion 5 ($49.99), and Compressor 4 ($49.99). These apps are said to replace the Final Cut Studio version, which only contained the Final Cut Pro 7, Motion 4, Soundtrack Pro 3, Color 1.5, Compressor 3.5 and DVD Studio Pro 4.
The new Final Cut Pro X features key sound editing and color grading components (also found in Color 1.5 and Compressor 3.5), allowing users to “use a single application for the entire post-production workflow.” While the latest Final Cut product now have basic DVD and Blu-ray authoring abilities. This $300 app can do a task that is 4x the load of the main software, which is sold for $1,000. Final Cut Pro X brings an array of great features, including background rendering, which allows you to continue editing while video rendering is in the background; Magnetic Timeline, entitles you to drag and drop clips without breaking the existing elements; and Smart Collections that lets you analyze and scan your clip library and group similar elements together.
On the other hand, the revamped Motion 5 offers new effects and transition titles. Its interface was redesigned, as well, to easily spot effects in your project. While the new Compressor 4 features export options and a one-step streaming web playback output options.View Article Source »
Missed the Apple keynote at WWDC 2011? Fret not, because All We Like wrapped up the event for you.
As promised, Apple’s keynote at the WWDC 2011 discloses all the details for Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud. And although nothing was mentioned about an upcoming hardware like iPhone 5, the WWDC 2011 is still a huge step forward for the company when it comes to software.
That said, All We Like wrapped up the highlights and everything you need to know about Apple’s WWDC 2011 keynote after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
At long last! Apple has finally signed the last of the four major record labels - Universal Music - to its iCloud service.
“The agreement means that Apple now has the rights to offer recording rights from all of the major labels. In addition, Apple has reached agreements with some of the large publishers, the sources said.”
In addition to this, Apple also announced that they will detail the iCloud at their WWDC keynote on June 6, Monday. The company will only store music purchased through iTunes first. However, Apple is planning to include music bought outside iTunes ‘sometime in the future’View Article Source »
Will Steve Job take the stage and do the honors in announcing the iPad 2?
In less than 24 hours people are gonna see Apple’s latest tablet, the iPad 2. AllWeLike already know what you’re thinking: Will Steve Jobs do the unveiling of the newest product himself? Jobs has always been present during product presentations.
All Things D’s Kara Swisher reports that several close sources had confirmed that Apple’s CEO is “definitely considering” an appearance this Wednesday. Apple remains tight-lipped with the iPad 2-March 2 event. However, Jobs was recently spotted at dinner with the president and on Apple headquarters. Jobs announced his medical leave last January.
“If he decides to make another outing tomorrow, it is certainly with the knowledge that everyone will be trying to figure out his health from a stage appearance,” Swisher adds.View Article Source »
Ready or not, the number "2" is on its way to iPad.
Looks like the folks from All Things D are right about the whereabouts of iPad 2.
Last Tuesday, reports circulated around the web that Apple will be hosting an event on March 2,2011. According to rumors, Apple will likely to release the newest generation of the iPad first week of March. And now, it is official: March 2 is the big day!
Apple has sent an invitation to the press today:
Please join us for an invitation-only event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco on March 2 at 10:00 a.m. Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. Please arrive early. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.View Article Source »
Do you sense the smell of the iPad 2 in the air?
Apple is hosting an event on March 2 in San Francisco and this might be the perfect venue to launch their lastest device. According to All Things Digital, Apple is as close as revealing the new tablet next Wednesday!
Per Kara Swisher at All Things Digital:
“According to several sources close to the situation, the Wednesday date in a little more than a week is firm and will take place in San Francisco, the scene of many such Apple events.”
“In other words: Let the media frenzy begin!”View Article Source »
"[Apple's] iPhone shipments in 2011 are expected to reach a new record." ---DigiTimes
There is a rumor circulating on tech websites all over the Internet that the iPad 2 will be out on April, while CDMA iPhone will soon ship over Asia. Both speculations are the current trending gossips inside the Apple community.
MacNotes cited “reliable sources” saying that the iPad 2 will be ready for US buyers on the first or the second Saturday of April. Allegedly, the tablet will be exclusive for the United States for three months. The device is said to come out with a high-resolution “retina” display, front and rear cameras and a USB port. The predictions actually matched the rumors about iPad 2. There are also reports that the device will be flatter and better speakers will be installed.
The other iOS news is about DigiTimes’ claiming that the CDMA iPhone by Verizon is on its way to China, Japan and South Korea. Because of this, “[Apple's] iPhone shipments in 2011 are expected to reach a new record,” DigiTimes wrote.
The predictions seems too good to be true since Apple tends to stick to a yearly release in devices like iPhone and iPod so April will be a good month for release of the iPad 2.Read the rest of the article »
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