On Tuesday, Next Issue Media brings its all-you-can-read magazine app (previously only for Android tablets) to the iPad.
Enqueue is a full-fledged music playback application, similar in look and feel to iTunes. In fact, it can read and play the contents of your iTunes library as well--in addition to FLAC, Enqueue can play MP3, AAC, Ogg Vorbis, WAV, AIFF, and Musepack audio files.
Shopping for an HDTV can be baffling. LED or plasma? 120Hz or 240Hz? HDTV specs are as numerous as they are confusing, but here’s what a few of the most-common terms mean.
Over at TechHive, Jonathan Seff says that Pai Gow Poker Fever offers iOS gamers authentic Vegas-style play without having to ever set foot in a casino.
The new iTunes update, released Monday, adds support for iOS 6 beta and fixes several bugs.
On Monday, Elgato announced the Game Capture HD, designed to let gamers record and share their exploits with fellow enthusiasts.
Apple on Thursday released a minor update to the software for second- and third-generation Apple TVs, with one enhancement and a number of bug fixes.
Following up on its iWow 3D for iOS devices, SRS Labs has announced the iWow Universal, an audio-enhancing dongle for any product with a 3.5mm headphone output jack.
SRS Labs' Multi-Dimensional Audio (MDA) has the possibility to change how we think about sound.
Presets are big time savers when using the DVD-ripping and video-converting software HandBrake. Creating your own presets for new devices is pretty easy if you know a few simple tricks. Here's how.
On Wednesday Apple released iTunes 10.6.1, an update that addresses several problems introduced in iTunes 10.6
On Wednesday, Apple released iTunes 10.6 with support for 1080p movies and TV shows, as well as a host of improvements to iTunes Match.
Apple unveiled a new Apple TV model on Wednesday, with support for 1080p video and a new user interface, at a special event in San Francisco.
In all likelihood, Apple's media event on March 7 will introduce a new iPad, possibly with an improved display. Jonathan Seff also wonders if we'll see 1080p content to go along with it, or if Apple even wants to travel down that rabbit hole.
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