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There's no technical reason that you shouldn't be able to stream any video from your iOS device to an attached TV. It's simply a matter of getting around the license restrictions. Chris Breen shows you how.
The good news: The latest version of OS X appears to be a generally stable update. But that doesn't mean a few bugs can't crop here and there. Ted Landau looks at a few issues you may encounter when running Mountain Lion.
A reader is stuck between old hardware and a new operating system. Chris Breen helps him wiggle free.
When Apple ships a new version of the Mac OS, it generally takes no more than 24 hours for the questions to come pouring in. Such is exactly the case with Mountain Lion. You have questions, Chris Breen has answers.
There's a reason corporations are shaking their collective fists in the direction of Cupertino--the inability to transfer app licenses.
Ted Landau, like many of us, continues to run into iTunes Match glitches. In this installment of Bugs & Fixes he addresses two issues.
Confused about how to manage photos on an iPad? Chris Breen offers some tips for using the Photos app as well as suggests a more capable alternative.
What to do about a Mac that supports Mountain Lion but not AirPort Mirroring.
Ted Landau looks at recent iOS app corruption issues and email conundrums.
Two Macs, one keyboard and one mouse (or one trackpad). Care to control those Macs with just one set of input devices? Chris Breen shows you how.
You have an ancient Mac that's authorized with your Apple ID. Said Mac won't connect to iTunes for the purposes of deauthorization. What to do? Throw the game board up in the air, says Chris Breen.
The MacBook Air carries a single audio port--the headphone port. How then are you supposed to attach an external microphone to your Air? Chris Breen explains.
You've been staring at the green button that haunts your Mac's windows for years. But do you really know what it does? Expand the window to full size? Contract windows? Make iTunes disappear? It depends.
Ted Landau address a trio of issues including inconsistent calendar alarms, delayed typing, and update difficulties in this week's Bugs & Fixes.
Today's Mac 911 deals with a trio of issues caused by a not-entirely-transparent interface.
Ever wondered what the inside of a can of worms looks like? Chris Breen reveals its icky splendor when addressing full-screen applications and multiple monitors in Lion.
You say you love the look of the new retina display MacBook Pro but aren't nearly as keen on Lion? Regrettably, you must grab the future with both hands.
To use Mail's rules effectively, it's helpful to understand their limitations and what you can do to work around them.
Ted Landau anticipates that Apple will announce iOS 6 at WWDC. Here are a couple of interface issues he'd like to see addressed.
If you've installed a fresh copy of Snow Leopard on your Mac and Rosetta is missing in action, there's a way forward, as outlined by Chris Breen.