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TUAW TV Live Special Edition: WWDC 2013

Thanks for joining us today here on TUAW for our continuing coverage of WWDC 2013. I am joined this afternoon by renowned author, developer and TUAW buddy Erica Sadun on a special edition of TUAW TV Live. Here's the archived video for your viewing pleasure! ...

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What can you say to Siri in iOS 6?

Last year, Steve Sande and I put together a "What can you say to Siri" post that proved to be hugely popular. We'd been working on "Talking to Siri: Learning the Language of Apple's Intelligent Assistant", which we initially self-pubbed as an e-book, and then later moved to QUE...

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TUAW TV Live: Mountain Lion Special Edition

Welcome to the Mountain Lion Special Edition of TUAW TV Live. In this show, Erica Sadun and I will be discussing and demonstrating the new features of OS X Mountain Lion. Below, you'll find a Ustream livestream viewer and a chat tool. The chat tool allows you to participate by asking questions...

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TUAW TV Live: Join us for a special Mountain Lion edition at 11 AM EDT

Mountain Lion is available today, and that means only one thing -- it's time for a special Mountain Lion edition of TUAW TV Live. Join me and fellow TUAW blogger (and co-author) Erica Sadun for a short look at all of the new features of the latest Cupertino cat. We''ll be starting the show at 11...

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Daily Update for October 31, 2011

It's the TUAW Daily Update, your source for Apple news in a convenient audio format. You'll get all the top Apple stories of the day in three to five minutes for a quick review of what's happening in the Apple world. You can listen to today's Apple stories by clicking the inline player...

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TUAW's Daily iPad App: Sadun's Collage

To start off this new series of daily apps, I thought I'd pick something close to home -- an app by TUAW's own Erica Sadun. The free, ad-supported app is called Sadun's Collage, and it produces fun photographic collages of pictures taken with the cameras in your iPad 2. Sadun's Collage is...

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Banana TV now shipping

TUAW's own Erica Sadun recently announced the immediate availability of Banana TV, software that allows users to display photos and videos from any iPad, iPhone or iPod touch on a Mac connected to the same wireless network. Banana TV closes a notable gap in Apple's AirPlay streaming...

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Apple TV Hacking: Spelunking into the AirPlay video service

When Apple announced its new iOS 4.2 feature set, Apple TV's AirPlay video service really caught our attention. That's why we were particularly disappointed when 4.2 debuted on Monday -- only Apple's own applications could ship video from iDevices to the 2nd generation Apple TV; third party...

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Join us for a special pre-WWDC keynote episode of TUAW TV Live

It's about an hour before the keynote address at WWDC 2010, and all of us here at TUAW are as giddy as schoolkids on the last day of school. Join me and other TUAW bloggers for a special edition of TUAW TV Live. We'll be discussing the possibilities for announcements at WWDC 2010 and just about...

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First Look: iPocket for iPhone/iPod touch

One of our fellow bloggers, Erica Sadun, sent me an iPhone/iPod touch application that she created to manage files. iPocket is sort of like a Finder for your iPhone. It allows you to peer into the file structure on your iPhone. Specifically, I was looking to retrieve one of my voicemail.amr files...

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Make your iPhone listen to your radio -- and tell you what's playing

Picture it: you're riding in the car and a great song comes on the radio. You're dying to know what it is so you can go buy it ASAP but there's no satellite radio receiver to tell you what's playing. How can you find out what song it is? Whip out your iPhone, put it near the car speakers, and watch...

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Who does David Pogue know?

In his jocular and well-produced introductory video for his iPhone review, New York Times writer David Pogue demos all the key features of the device, including the contact list. Wait just a second -- who's that there at the top of the 'S' section? Could it be... yes, it's the power-blogger who...

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