The 'Your Phone' app is just the start.Windows 10 and Android are now the perfect matchNow Microsoft is moving beyond merely getting its apps on to other platforms -- it's integrating Android in Windows 10 with the Your Phone app, which gives you instant access to your mobile photos and text messages on the desktop.Clear your calendar for 11 AM ET on October 9th.What to expect from Google's Pixel 3 eventWho knows, maybe a Google-branded microwave is on its way. There's no way everything (like Pixel 3, Home Hub, Pixel Slate and new Chromecast) already leaked, is there?Sign up for a daily newsletter of the most important stories in tech.Just enter your email and we'll take care of the rest:FYI.Apple's 'software lock' prevents some repairs on iMac Pro, 2018 MacBook ProsAccording to MacRumors and Motherboard, anyone doing significant repair work on these systems won't be able to use the computer until they run the Apple Service Toolkit 2 diagnostic software. For the MacBook Pro that … [Read more...] about The Morning After: Did China hack Apple and Amazon?
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This trick uses QuickTime’s Screen Recording feature. This is designed for making screencasts, recording your own Mac’s screen and then sharing the result as a video file. But QuickTime’s screen recorder can do more than just capture the Mac’s own screen. It can also record any connected device, wired or wireless. record their own screens, so you don’t need this trick. But it’s still super handy for recording the Apple TV. How to record Apple TV with QuickTime QuickTime Player app (it’s in your Mac’s Applications folder). Then, go to the menubar and click File > New Screen Recording (keyboard shortcut ⌃⌘N). AirParrot server shows up, which is a kind of software Apple TV. Any connected “cameras” like the iPhone or the Apple TV will show up here. Once you have selected your Apple TV as the source, you should immediately see your Apple TV mirrored to your Mac. This trick won’t work with DRM-encumbered video … [Read more...] about How to record Apple TV on your Mac, wirelessly
With some help from fellow iOS expert The Mudkip, Troughton-Smith successfully hacked an Apple TV into running iOS applications. And in case you are wondering, AirPlay is not used in the process – the apps run on the Apple TV itself and are scaled up to 720p resolution. Jailbreaking the device was necessary in order for the hack to be pulled off, as well as installing some custom software that allows iPhone and iPad applications to be launched. As demonstrated, app like Safari, Facebook, YouTube and Maps work fairly well, although using them is tricky due to the lack of touchscreen input. What is used instead is a keyboard connected over VNC and the Apple IR remote control.The video embedded below shows the hack in action, so feel free to check it out if you are interested. Of course, do not hesitate to share your thoughts with us in the comments. … [Read more...] about Apple TV hacked into running iOS apps
posted on 23 Sep 2017, 10:17 7 1. sgodsell (Posts: 5787; Member since: 16 Mar 2013) If you want gaming then the Nvidia shield has Apple TV beat by a mile. posted on 23 Sep 2017, 10:35 1 3. kiko007 (Posts: 6598; Member since: 17 Feb 2016) Yeah, because people totally buy something with the term "TV" in it for gaming. posted on 23 Sep 2017, 11:13 11 4. izim1 (Posts: 1457; Member since: 04 Feb 2013) Im pretty sure they meant "if you want gaming" when they said "if you want gaming"... 6. PilzXDA (Posts: 27; Member since: 01 Oct 2016) Considering the Shield uses the same X1 as Nintendo's switch it's very competent for gaming. 9. izim1 (Posts: 1457; Member since: 04 Feb 2013) Cool story. But the last video game i played was tomb raider 2 way back in the 1990s. So if you want to talk gaming, im not your guy. Hell the last Nintendo game i played was super mario 3 on the NES. posted on 23 Sep 2017, 14:20 1 10. roscuthiii (Posts: 2369; Member since: 18 … [Read more...] about Comments for : NVIDIA permanently drops the base price of the Shield TV to $179 to compete with Apple’s TV 4K
posted on 25 Apr 2017, 05:32 1 1. Export (Posts: 98; Member since: 24 Apr 2017) Google Photos, a more efficient and secure cloud storage than iCloud could ever imagine... posted on 25 Apr 2017, 05:40 0 2. AlikMalix (unregistered) I prefer iCloud for some features... and NAS for others - you wanna talk secure yet Google admits to snooping thru your shat... posted on 25 Apr 2017, 06:02 1 3. Export (Posts: 98; Member since: 24 Apr 2017) I don't think Google ever admitted to snooping through your photos and if so I would like to see the link on that, if anything from what I read it scans through your photos and if you are wearing Nike shoes it helps Google Nows predictions and suggestions if that is what you are considering snooping through photos. Google photos never had major celebrity photo leaks from hackers. posted on 25 Apr 2017, 06:52 0 4. AlikMalix (unregistered) https://www.theblot.com/google-admits-scanning-emails-even-dont-gmail-7718247 I bet if … [Read more...] about Comments for : Google Photos for iOS updated with AirPlay for streaming video or images to Apple TV