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If you’re still wondering about the Magic Trackpad's gestures, here's a video demonstration.
Ted Landau ran into some problems trying to get Adobe's Flash Player to work with an iSight camera. But he managed to find a solution after digging around the Web.
'tis the season to spill egg nog and candy cane crumbs into your keyboard. Here's how to get it out.
The new Magic Mouse includes a feature called 'momentum scrolling,' but only in OS X 10.6. However, using a simple Terminal command, you can add momentum scrolling to the Magic Mouse in 10.5.
We’re in the Golden Age of Rodents. It’s time to look at the mice you’re missing. However, the wealth of choices can be daunting. We have a few tips to help you.
The keyboard you choose is based on a personal decision, but there are some features and terms you should understand so you make the proper buying decision. And that’s what this guide is here to do. Here are our tips to buying a new keyboard.
Here's a few tips on bringing iWeb and Facebook together.
A pair of irritating symptoms have made Ted Landau's experience with Apple's latest mouse less than magical.
Illustrator's Live Trace feature is the subject of our fourth article on how to create your own avatar portrait for social networking Web sites and instant messengers.
Learn how to access all of Exposé's modes via the F3 key on new keyboards (laptops and standalone)
Your Mac can already talk to all kinds of electronic devices. But there are plenty of other gizmos that your Mac can’t communicate with: motors, robots, external LCD displays, and sensors of all sorts. You’ll need a microcontroller to connect hobbyist hardware to your Mac. Brian Jepson shows you how it’s done.
If you could choose to get more work done in less time, wouldn’t you? Luckily, with a few simple tips, you can streamline your workflow and use your Mac more efficiently. Here are six ways to make that happen.
Here’s some advice for minimizing all these dangers in the places most of us use our laptops: on desks, as desktop replacements; in the cramped confines of an airplane seat; and pretty much anywhere else, from a hotel bed to your neighborhood coffeehouse.