Argh, what a hassle, this sure isn’t easy. The quad core imac can run Windows 7 64 bit, but you have to stand on your head to get it. First, Windows 7 doesn’t include the right video drivers (http://support.apple.com/kb/TS3173) and you have to have a USB keyboard and mouse). You first install: 1. Update Mac […]
Time Capsule and AirPort Extreme Base Station Firmware Update 7.5.1 brings fixes for a pair of issues on Apple’s latest AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule base stations released last October .This update provides several fixes for the latest Time Capsule and AirPort Extreme Base Station (Late 2009) including: – An issue with wireless performance in the […]
For those desperate to see an unboxing video of the iPad, here’s the first, from Stephen Fry. Fry, a well known friend of Apple, must have gotten one of the early shipments including all accessories:
OK, the latest firmware finally gives you a histogram in manual so you can check exposure. Also, it let’s you have 24fps for professional movies. Finally, there is a freeware firmware tool to add new features as well as something call the Drovus which does follow focus reviewed by <a href=”http://provideocoalition.com/index.php/freshdv/video/freshdv_reviews_cinevate_durus_follow_focus/>ProVideo</a>.
There are so many cool cameras out now, so what is a person to do. Well, here are recommendations based on what Rennie has said and I’ve seen: 1. Carry around camera: iPhone HD. Everyone is going to have one, but the best camera is one that is not available but the new iPhone HD […]
Buddy has a Canon HF20 which makes 1080p in avchd format. The only way to get it into iMovie is to have the camcorder play back and then use iMovie to import from camera and then it transcode into the iMovie native format. Way cheaper than buying final cut pro
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/507191/how-many-actions Argh we’ve been playing Tide of Iron wrong. Thought it was just three units per turn, but it turns out it is three units per side and alternate until done. Argh. Thank goodness for the Internet.
Well we are about to take a trip and bring Macs and want to play some games, so time to figure out the story with running Windows on Macs. While we are at it might as well try to run Windows 7 64-bit on Mac via Base Camp. There is lots of junk on the […]
Well, when traveling, its a little hard to take your PS3 or your XBOX and the iPod touch, PSP and DS don’t exactly have big screens, so what can you run on your trusty old PC (or Mac running Windows?). Well, gamerankings.com has some nice choices: Bad Company 2. Is great for all the platforms […]
AT&T today announced that next month it will begin a nationwide rollout of its 3G MicroCell service that allows users to route their cellular phone calls around the house onto their broadband Internet connection as a solution for spotty cellular coverage. Supporting both voice and data services, the 3G MicroCell device carries a price tag of $149.99, […]