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Daft Punk's Random Access Memories streaming on iTunes

For a limited time, the iTunes Store is end-to-end streaming Daft Punk's Random Access Memories, the group's first new studio release since 2005. You can pre-order the album now for $12 and download it on its May 21st release date. Although you can't...

How to: hands on with Apple's Podcasts 1.2

Like a lot of people, I was hardly bowled over by Apple's first stab at its Podcasts app. It didn't support playlists, didn't sync podcasts between devices, and its Now Playing screen was split into two pieces -- one of which featured a reel-to-reel ...

Sonos Sub adds big bass presence

Sonos, maker of a variety of excellent multi-room music systems, has added a high-end bottom end to its line up of powered speakers—the $699 Sonos Sub. More than just a subwoofer, the Sub incorporates into existing powered Sonos configurations to add...

How to: configure an old iPad for your child

With three-generations of iPads under Apple’s belt, it’s becoming more usual to find multiple iPads in a home. And some of them are being passed along to kids. What can you do to make such an iPad useful (and safe) for your child? Read on...

Camcorder tips for the holidays

The holidays are a time for not only getting together with friends, expressing affection through cards and gifts, and ingesting far too many sweets, but also the time of year when the family camcorder gets the greatest work-out. To help ensure that t...

Troubleshooting a battery-sucking iPhone 4S

Last week I had the opportunity to spend a lot of time with my new <a href="http://www.macworld.com/article/162944/2011/10/iphone_4s_review_its_a_sure_thing.html">iPhone 4S</a>, as I relied upon it for email, web browsing, and Twitter. It was not a c...

FAQ: Photo Booth and flipped images

He writes: &quot;Is it possible to reverse the reverse-images that Photo Booth takes?&quot; Dick, although you may kick yourself for not knowing how simple this is in recent versions of Photo Booth, you can take some satisfaction from understanding t...

How it works: Net gaming

Net gaming: playing competitive or cooperative computer games with multiple users on a local area network or the Internet.

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