Can you move App Store Apps from One Mac to Another? DIY Pocket Monopad From Paracord! Why did my RAM go bad? Can you unstick the button on my camera? Boxee Box Gets Netflix, Veronica's Geocaching Q&A with Geocaching.com!
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Sascha warned 'em: Nokia Shouldn't Give Up And Switch To Windows Phone 7 but Nokia partnered with Microsoft last week. The Boxee Box finally gets Netflix, there's an 'untethered' jailbreak for the Apple TV, rumors of an cheaper 'iPhone Nano' for later this year and a 7.8 billion dollar deal with Samsung!
Pam, Revision3's producer from Signal, asks: "Can you unstick the button on my camera?" A couple minuts with some 91% Isopopyl Alcohol and a paper towel cleared that right up. Patrick shows how he did it with his iPhone live on the show!
If you love all things science, physics, nanotech, medicine, and technology, look no further than Physorg.com. This week's "Website We Just Can't Get Enough Of" not only publishes over 100 stories a day on these subjects, and many others, but they also gives users access to message boards, videos, white papers, podcasts, and tons of other content meant to enrich even the most stubborn mind!
Anthony hear us mention how difficult it can be to keep a small camera steady... then he sent in an awesome little hack to turn a few feet of cord and an eyebolt into an pocket sized kit to steady your camera. Cheap, useful and gives us another reason to carry some paracord with us everywhere... Thanks Anthony!
After a year of running perfectly, Michael's system started to crash a ton... it turned out to be bad RAM, so he asked us "what could have caused the RAM to go bad?" We've got answers... memtest86+, if you don't feel like pulling sticks to find the bad one like Michael did. SevenForums has a great read on how t use it: How to Test and Diagnose RAM Issues with Memtest86+ !
TaterBoss is "tempted by some of the Apps I see in the Mac App Store. Aperture only $80?!?!" but wonders if it will be locked down to a single Mac. Veronica's got the answer in the video!
Benigno'sTommy Guerrero record included FLAC, ALAC and 320Kbps Mp3s... and he wants"to know if you guys can hear a difference between Lossless and lossy codecs, because I'm having a hard time hearing any difference. Am I not able to hear a difference because of output hardware, or is it just plain hard to discern a difference?"