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Ask the iTunes Guy: iTunes Store questions

The iTunes Guy answers questions about the iTunes Store.

Deauthorizing the iTunes account on an old computer

You have an ancient Mac that's authorized with your Apple ID. Said Mac won't connect to iTunes for the purposes of deauthorization. What to do? Throw the game board up in the air, says Chris Breen.

Ask the iTunes Guy: Questions about video

The iTunes Guy answers questions about video and iTunes.

Ask the iTunes Guy: Smart playlists

The iTunes Guy answers questions about smart playlists.

Edit your vacation videos the easy way with iMovie on your iPad

From start to finish, creating a vacation video with iMovie for iOS is swift and easy. Heath McKnight gives us a crash course.

Ask the iTunes Guy: Metadata, sorting, and sharing

The iTunes Guy answers questions about metadata, sorting, and sharing.

Ask the iTunes Guy: Syncing tips

The iTunes Guy answers questions about syncing iOS devices with iTunes.

Ask the iTunes Guy: More iTunes Match questions

The iTunes Guy answers iTunes Match questions about lyrics, artwork, duplicate tracks, storage, and more.

How to publish your MobileMe iWeb site on Dropbox

As you decide what to do about your iWeb site, you can always park it in Dropbox for safekeeping and continued public access.

Switch your iWeb site to a Mac-friendly Web host

Are you looking for a Mac-friendly Web hosting service to replace MobileMe? Here are some suggestions to get you started.

How to transition your website away from MobileMe and iWeb

If you're thinking about alternatives to iWeb with the demise of MobileMe, here are some strategies to consider for updating your Website.

Ask the iTunes Guy: iTunes tips and tricks

The iTunes Guy answers questions about iTunes checkboxes, Wi-Fi syncing, Sound Check, finding newly added files, and more.

Create custom presets in HandBrake

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.