Steve Jobs’ Speech From 1983 About Things That Didn’t Exist Until Now

Apple, History, ipad, iPhone, iPod, iPodTouch, Macintosh, OSX, Technology
Steve Jobs' Speech From 1983 About Things That Didn't Exist Until Now | iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource: Back in 1983, Steve Jobs spoke at International Design Conference (IDCA) in Aspen. Now, the full 1-hour audio recording of Steve’s amazing speech discussing things like wireless networking, App Store and the iPad has surfaced, thanks to folks at LifeLibertyTech.com who got their hands on one of the cassette recordings from the conference which were handed out to all attendees. (Via www.iphoneincanada.ca)
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IOS6 Passbook “Can’t connect to iTunes Store” error fix…..

Apple, IOS, ipad, iPhone, iPod, iPodTouch, Tip
Yeah, brand new app in IOS6 and it does not work without fiddling…..Here is how you get it working: Open Settings. Open General. Open Date & Time. Switch the Set Automatically setting to Off. Open Set Date & Time. Set the date to a year ahead. Go back to the Home screen and open Passbook. Tap the App Store button. The App Store should load. Go back to Date & Time and turn on Set Automatically. That's it…….life goes on :-)
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Using iCloud to sync files just like dropbox

Apple, iCloud, ipad, iPhone, iPod, iPodTouch, Macintosh, OSX, osx Server, XServe
If you didn't know, iCloud has a really neat feature that allows it to act just like dropbox. If you activate the "Document & Data" synching option in the iCloud pref panel, it allows you to sync any file using iCloud. This is contrary to what Apple is selling the service as being just for "Custom" Apps that have the iCloud feature (i.e.: keynote, numbers, etc.). So here is how you take advantage of this. Once you've turned on the feature in the preferences panel, you open up Finder. Hold down the "option/alt" key and from the finder menus choose "Go/Library". This should land you in your not so secret Library directory. You need to hold down the option key to see this, since OSX Lion hides the users Library…
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Tethering iphone 3GS and ipad 1G using bluetooth…

Apple, ipad, iPhone
Yep, it works. I was kinda disappointed when firmware 4.3 was introduced and the 3GS owners were left in the cold as far as wifi hotspot sharing. Apple only activated that function on the iphone 4. Anyhow, after messing around with the menus a bit tonite, I figured out how to do something similar to wifi tethering (hotspot) of ipad to the iphone 3GS using bluetooth. Here is how you do it: Turn wifi off on your 3GS and ipad device. I'm testing from home so I wanted to make sure I was NOT using wifi. Turn on Bluetooth on both your 3GS and ipad device. This is under Settings/General On the iphone 3GS turn on "Personal Hotspot". On the ipad go back to the Bluetooth menu and let it…
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Hauppauge Broadway: OTA ATSC streaming for iOS devices….

Apple, HD OTA, HDTV, ipad, iPhone, iPod, iPodTouch
Yep, just like the title says, hauppauge has announced the Broadway, a new "set-top" aimed at iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. The hardware streams live OTA HDTV to an Apple handheld after first compressing the video using H.264. The resulting media can be delivered locally over Wi-Fi, or to a remote place using any Internet connection. Over-The-Air ATSC signals can be captured using a built-in ATSC tuner, while cable is supported through clear QAM. Pricing is a bit steep at $199 and the box is scheduled for February release.
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History of London through Augmented Reality

"Augmented Reality", Apple, iPhone
Yep, finally, someone is thinking in the Museum of London. They've just released their iPhone App Streetmuseum. Through it's AR interface you can travel back in time and see London as it used to be. Hundreds of images from the Museum of London’s extensive collections showcase both everyday and momentous occasions in London’s history, from the Great Fire of 1666 to the swinging sixties.Select a destination from the London map or use your GPS to locate an image near you. Hold your camera up to the present day street scene and see the same London location appears on your screen, offering you a window through time. Want to know more? Simply tap the information button for historical facts.Below are some of the comments from U.K. iTunes users:What a great app…
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How to stream live HDV/DV to iphone…..

Apache, HDV, iPhone, iPodTouch, Linux, Macintosh, OSX, osx Server, Video, VLC
In this guide I'll show you how to stream live HDV/DV video to your iphone using a linux box (Ubuntu 9.10) with firewire input running vlc/ffmpeg and a Imac with OSX 10.6.2 running mediastreamsegmenter and apache2. Start out with the iPhone streaming media overview. Without understanding this document you'll have a hard time getting things working. First things first, you need to have a working Ubuntu 9.10 machine. I'm using a small footprint 2.4Ghz Core2Duo machine with PCI firewire 400 card in it. For video input I'm using a Canon HV30 set to HDV mode (1080i/60) connected via firewire. Next you need to follow the instructions on this page (steps 0-5) to get a working ffmpeg with x264 and aac encoding. Without this working you're not going anywhere....sorry. If you're…
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