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Ted Landau reports that some people are having difficulties pairing their iPhones with their Bluetooth car audio systems. Here are your options.
Why spend a nickel on music that you won't listen to 11 months out of the year? With Pandora you can fill your home with the right holiday jingles.
Want to wirelessly stream your music to speakers using Apple's AirPlay technology, but don't want to buy an expensive (and still somewhat rare) AirPlay-enabled system? Dan Frakes explains how to make your own.
Sonos brings a sort of AirPlay support to its gear. How and why to set it up.
How well does the new iPod nano's video camera compare to a standard-definition pocket camcorder? Take a look at samples that PC World shot with a nano, a Flip Mino, an iPhone 3GS, and a Kodak Zi8.
Last year, Apple sold 22.1 million iPods in the three months ending December 31. It’s safe bet that many of those iPods wound up being given as gifts. Maybe you’re planning on giving an iPod of your own this holiday season. Stumped as to which one of the four different kinds of iPods to pick? Don’t worry: we’ve got some helpful advice.
Is your Apple TV not showing up in iTunes? Are you getting error messages when you attempt to sync your Apple TV? Ted Landau covers these troubles in the latest installment of Bugs & Fixes.
What to do on those occasions when your Mac hard drive fails and you can't start up? If you've got an older iPod lying around, you can turn it into an emergency statup disk. In this excerpt from Take Control of Your iPod: Beyond the Music, Steve Sande shows you how.
Got a DVD collection that you'd love to be able to watch via Apple TV? Jonathan Seff walks you through the steps of ripping DVDs into Apple TV-compatible files that you can enjoy from the comfort of your couch in the best possible quality.
Dan Frakes decided that 40GB wasn't enough space, so he upgraded his Apple TV's hard drive -- and documented the process so you can, too.
When your computer's hard drive crashes, you can rebuild your music library with the songs stored on your iPod. Trouble is, Apple doesn't make this a very easy task. Christopher Breen walks you through the process of moving music off your iPod onto a computer, updated to include information on iTunes 7 and the latest versions of file-swapping utilities.
Hooking up a Mac mini to a high-definition television set can be a challenge. Few HDTVs have DVI connections, and, sometimes, the native resolution on your set isn't available in OS X. To walk you through the process, we've created this guide, which we'll update as we get more information on more HDTV models.
When you're on the road and done with the labors of the day, you can look to your Mac laptop for diversion. Here are a few accessories that can turn your PowerBook, MacBook Pro, or iBook into a mobile entertainment center.
Apple has created a winning combination with iTunes and the iPod—products that are both fun and easy to use. But even these well-designed feats of Apple software and hardware engineering can cause a few headaches from time to time. Here are some problems you’re likely to encounter and how to fix them.