Since the introduction of Apple’s new iPod lineup on September 1st, there has been a lot of commentary on the internet about the newRead More
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If you need to record any audio, from any source, at any time from your Mac, Audio Hijack Pro is the program for you. To use a metaphor we are all familiar with, it is like an audio TiVo for your Mac. Read on to find out more about this well designed and useful product.
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A large cast this tackles the question: is the iPod generation killing Hi-Fi? Does high fidelity have a place in todays world of small MP3 players and online music stores? Also, All Over the Mac chats with Anne Bowden, and Sam Levin hits us with a new Cool Mac Picks. If all that was not enough, we have a new contest! Listen for your chance to win a $120 Essential Jacket from SCOTTEVEST.
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With Mac OS 10.5 right around the corner, Tim, Nemo, Russ, Tommy, and Guy chat it up. Also, the new iPods are discussed. David Cohen also returns with a new Fenestration.
I need an iPod. Well, I don’t really “need” one. I still have my iPod mini–what I need is a NEW iPod. An iPodRead More
Tom writes about iSync, Palm Desktop, iPod Notes, and problems with video codecs, iPhoto and a Nikon CoolPix, Narcoleptic MacBook, and much more.Read More
The Middle-East is a huge market for cell phones and other electronic goods, and our own Mazen Al-Angary brings us word on what the reaction to the iPhone was in Saudi Arabia. A unique perspective you won’t find on other Mac websites.Read More
It is that time of year again when many MyMac.com readers received new iPods for gifts. Last year I wrote Macspiration 18 and covered ways to troubleshoot your iPod. The iTunes/iPod world has changed a little in a year, so hear is Macspiration 68 updated for today’s iPods and iTunes.Read More
New USB 2.0 iPod, Older USB 1.1 Mac, Broken Keychain, InsomniMac G5, and why Cory Doctorow and Robert Scoble got it wrong.Read More
Microsoft is the only possible company that has the clout to compete in Apple’s MP3 playground. So how will MS kill the iPod? To date the list of rumored functions include wireless connectivity as well as a free migration path that allows users to obtain the music they’ve already purchased from Apple.Read More
Tim and Chad talk about defragmenting the iPod, FireFox 1.5 for Mac, Intel’s VIIV and the Mac mini, PowerBook Trackpad troubles, and the latest news from MacMinute.com.
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It’s the killer combination of iTunes and the iPod that makes Apple number one throughout most of the world. You want an FM radio with your music player? Go buy a Creative Zen or any of the competing products. Most people have voted with their wallets and Apple has the best overall solution.
Nemo asks, and Guy answers, this time with personal insights into getting the best audio quality from your iPod and iTunes music collection — in the car, in the house, and wherever else your songs may reside.
Here is the third installment in our irregular, irreverent, idiosyncratic series of “Help me, Guy!” collaborations between John “Nemo” Nemerovski and Guy “Problem Solving Guy” Serle.Read More