Itâ€™s just a quick note to inform all of the Winampâ€™s users that the media player will be discontinued on the 20th of December, 2013. Even though you can carry on using the media player, youâ€™ll no longer receive any technical support or upgrades. I know thatâ€™s a pity, but thereâ€™s nothing we can do apart from looking for other alternatives of Winamp that might be available out there.
The Samsungâ€™s Galaxy Round is officially acclaimed to be the world 1st mobile phone with a curved-screen. The announcement was made back in early October this year, whereas its strongest rival (in terms of curved screen) LG is closely catching up. LGâ€™s announcement was only a weeks old at the time Iâ€™m blogging about this. The introduction of G Flex has indirectly confirmed the rumors in regards to the leaks reported in Engadget previously. Both have made similar claims that their version of curved-screen is the worldâ€™s 1st. However, thatâ€™s not going to be the main point of my article.
What do I mean exactly by the â€˜Alternative Messaging Appâ€™? Itâ€™s basically referring to the 3rd partyâ€™s Apps that are similar to the SMS function. Before the introduction of these alternative messaging Apps, we tend to text each another with the SMS and the costs (per SMS) would vary according to the different service providers as well as location.
Youâ€™ve probably heard off or used Chromecast before deciding to look for an alternative. However, Iâ€™m just going to explain a little bit more for those who havenâ€™t. Chromecast is practically an USB drive or stick that you can connect to your TVâ€™s HDMI port in order to playback contents from your mobile phones, tablets or netbooks. At this very moment, it only supports Android-operating devices, iPhones, iPad, Chrome for Mac and Windows. You can also watch online videos from popular sites such as Netflix, YouTube, Google Play and Chrome.
Your music is no longer freeze in iTunes or restricted for playback with only Apple supported media players! Let the music play! You should be in control of the music and not the other way round. You can actually do more with your iTunes music than you ever realize.
Packed with a library full of music? Always wanted to share it with families and friends but just donâ€™t know how? Let me show you how to do it! Itâ€™s not all that complicated.
QuickTime Components are basically a collection of open resources or applications that is made accessible to everyone. It houses a variety of plugs-in or adds-on by 3rd party developers with the best intentions of expanding the QuickTimeâ€™s current database of functionality. In short, the Components improve the list of supported media file types, formats as well as compatibility. (more…)
Most of the new Macs owner will perhaps find this quite troubling too as why are there options to edit their videos but theyâ€™re not able to burn it onto a DVD for sharing. For those who own Macs with a Superdrive, theyâ€™re still able to burn DVDs but new owners of OS 10.7 Lion (iWeb is also excluded) and OS 10.8 Mountain Lion will soon realize that iDVD is no longer offered or bundled as part of the iLife package. (more…)
Do you have any unanswered questions in regards to iMovie?
Sometimes, it can be pretty hard to find the â€˜rightâ€™ answers. Mainly because once we have typed our questions into the search column of our browsers, too many answers are being recommended! How are we supposed to filter them through one by one? Itâ€™s not like a mission impossible, but unless youâ€™re really that determined or else itâ€™s almost certain to put us off.