With patio/deck season upon us, more people are looking for ways to free their music collection from the confines of their computer or phone.
Follow these simple tips to prevent tech-related ailments such as repetitive stress injuries.
Not getting the battery life you hoped for out of your favourite smartphone? Try these dozen tips to extending time between charges.
The Splashtop app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad has taken the top spot among paid software at the iTunes App Store — in 48 countries — as it’s the first that lets you remotely access your PC’s files and media (video, music, games, and more) anywhere in the world.
I figured out a neat trick if you’re looking to set up an iTunes account — but don’t have a credit card (or don’t want to use it).
Running out of space on your iPod, iPhone or iPad? Getting a sense of deja vu when listening to a playlist because you’re certain you heard the same song an hour earlier? Here’s how to quickly and easily remove duplicate songs in iTunes.
From the mailbag: “I want to buy an iPod accessory for my son, but how do I tell what ‘generation’ iPod he has?”
In previous Sync postings we’ve discussed how to copy music from an iPod to a computer — something iTunes doesn’t let you do in an attempt to curb piracy. But guess what? There is a way to do it without requiring special software. Check out this YouTube video on how to do it, but keep in mind this doesn’t work with iPod touch or iPhone.
From the mailbag: “Is there a way to download YouTube videos so I can access them on my iPod? And is it safe?” We’ve tackled this topic here at Sync in the past, but there’s some new info, so read on, video fans!
We’re in the throes of summer, and so Canadians are rightfully determined to spend as much time outside as humanly possible. But how does one enjoy their tunes while hanging out on a backyard deck, with spatula in hand? Let us count the ways.