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2011 was a big year for digital entertainment. It brought us expanded content options for the Apple TV, the tenth anniversary of the iPod, iTunes Match, AirPlay to the masses, and more.
If your Apple TV has been displaying error messages instead of playing certain types of content recently, a software update released Thursday should provide some welcome relief.
Do you like printing and scanning things? Are you running OS X 10.6 or 10.7? Then it's your lucky day--assuming you have Brother or Lexmark hardware connected to your Mac and get excited by printer driver updates.
On Monday, Apple updated its iTunes software to 10.5.2, with unspecified fixes for problems with iTunes Match.
Late on Tuesday, Apple updated its iBooks iOS app with several new features, as well as including some stability and performance improvements.
An update to the Ecamm Network's Printopia software now wirelessly sends iOS 5 screenshots in their native PNG format instead of converting them to PDFs.
In the market for a 3D HDTV? Here are five new models that we've tested and rated to help you decide.
Jonathan Seff's original look at the iPod, from 2001.
The jamband moe. posted a video of a live performance done entirely on five iPads. The band dedicated the video to the memory of Steve Jobs.
iOS 5 expands on AirPlay's wireless streaming capabilities by providing support for mirroring for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2. Jonathan Seff has the details.
Apple updated the Apple TV software on Wednesday with support for Photo Stream, NHL subscriptions, a new Wall Street Journal Live channel, and more.
Part of iCloud is an initiative known as iTunes in the Cloud, which includes the abilities to auto download newly purchased content on other computers or devices, to re-download many types of past purchases, and to store your music in the cloud with an optional service called iTunes Match. Here's how they work.
Apple on Tuesday announced updated versions of the iPod nano and iPod touch models.
Wishing you could use your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch as a universal remote control in the living room? On Tuesday Logitech announced the Harmony Link, a $100 device that sits next to your TV, communicates with your iOS device via Wi-Fi, and can control up to eight pieces of hardware -- TVs, DVRs, Blu-ray players, AV receivers, media streamers, and so on -- using a custom app.
Articles by Jonathan Seff