The next time you stop to watch an iPad commercial or admire the sleek lines of a MacBook Air or marvel at the multi-touch gestures on an iPhone or simply stand in front of an Apple Store, you are witnessing the influence of Steve Jobs.
Have you noticed data overcharges on your AT&T bill when you're sure you and your iPhone haven't been using the company's 3G network as often as AT&T claims? You're not alone, explains Ted Landau.
Ted Landau deals with an iPad that refuses to sync. A little brute-force action puts things right.
Ted Landau tells us that while it may be easy enough to install applications via the Mac App Store, removing them isn't quite so simple. Read on for his solutions.
Ted Landau compares his experience with Microsoft's email clients, Entourage and Outlook 2011 and finds Outlook wanting in a few ways.
Ted Landau examines some Safari performance issues.
With the arrival of Lion, figuring out the best way to be prepared for a restore of your drive requires more planning than ever before. Ted Landau walks you through the many options.
Ted Landau's not yet done with ferreting out Lion conflicts. In this episode he looks at iWow for iTunes issues, video freezes, kernel panics, and HDMI problems with Mac minis. And some good news too.
Mac OS X Lion is easier to install than any previous version of Mac OS X but things can go awry. Find some solutions here.
A week after the release of Lion and the application incompatibilities are beginning to make themselves known. Ted Landau runs down a few.
Which third-party applications have problems running in Mac OS X Lion? What should you do if and when you discover one of these conflicts? Here’s what you need to know.
Ted Landau solves the mysterious case of the silent iPad.
Ted Landau examines issues with OS X 10.6.8.
Ted Landau looks at a collection of Apple-posted tech notes that detail various Final Cut Pro X quirks.
Ted Landau wonders whether the stream of security bulletins is making us more anxious about exploits than is justified by the level of risk.