“How can I import the MP4 video recorded by Sony Bloggie Camera in Movie Maker?” “Do I need to convert the Sony Bloggie MP4 for WMM?” Continue reading
The Bloggie Touch Camera is famous for its user-friendly shooting file format with HD MP4 video, which has excellent compatibility with PC or Mac OSX. Continue reading
“Samsung UK can confirm that the roll out of Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) on Galaxy S II will be available from week commencing 19th March, however the availability of software upgrades in the UK will be dependent upon each network’s own software approvals process”, said the company on their Facebook page. Continue reading
Can the Kindle Fire play non-Amazon downloaded movies?
Let’s say we have a movie on my computer(not downloaded from Amazon or iTunes) and I want to put it on my Kindle Fire. Will this work? May be you will get the answer that as long as there’s no DRM and the format is supported, yes. Continue reading
Nowaday, everything in the tech world is going mobile, whereas, Apple does it in an opposite way. It brings its mobile ethos to the desktop-the newly Apple’s Mac OSX operating system of Mountain Lion will come to us this summer. Continue reading
Today ebooks are becoming increasingly popular. Kindle Fire has the most abundant books resource. They’re usually very cheap and delivery takes only a moment. But you don’t have to own a Kindle device to read Kindle books. Instead free software for your Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch (or other devices) is all you need. Continue reading
Do you know if Google is tracking your Web activity? If you have a Google account (for, say, Gmail) and have not specifically located and paused the Web History setting, then the search giant is keeping track of your searches and the sites you visited. Continue reading
In the coming annual Apple Shareholder conference on Thursday, Tim Cook is staying a super position and height: a leading product, a crash quantity of 98 billion and the rising share price, all these has promoted Apple to be one of the highest market value cooperation.
But there are two things urgently to solve: one is awesome environment from Chinese iPad 3 Provider another is iPad name issue with China Proview Technology.
The former one can be solved and now is solving, but the second one remains to be a real problem. Continue reading
In OS X Lion, apps still live in your Applications Folder, though Launchpad was designed to be your go-to app manager. When you download an app from the Mac App Store, one of the best parts is watching it fly right into Launchpad. But what happens when you want to get rid of it? Continue reading
At the beginning, we are so excited to download many apps to iTunes, after a period of time, we will be boring apps pane in iTunes getting increasingly cluttered, so we must clear up the unwanted apps and make it clear and tidy.
The key problem is that if you delete an app from your iDevice, the app remains listed in iTunes. This is good if you might one day want to redownload it, but it creates a rather lengthy and unmanageable list when you go to sync your phone. In my case, if you have more apps in the Sync Apps list in iTunes that are no longer installed (unchecked) than those that are, making it a chore to sort and manage the apps on your iPhone and iPad. Continue reading