Memory cards, USB Drives and even SSDs are small, hold a good amount of data and don’t have all those pesky data corruption issues that traditional hard drives have… Or do they?
Yes, even data on a flash media can get corrupted or at the very least, accidentally erased. If this has happened to you, I’ll show you what you can do – assuming the media itself isn’t damaged, crushed, or physically destroyed in any way.
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Despite being inside a phone, the iPhone’s camera is surprisingly decent and can produce some interesting photos. That said, there’s probably a large portion of iPhone owners taking under/over exposed, flash-bleached, visually boring shots of their relatives and landmarks. Don’t let that iPhone camera go to waste! In order to get the best pictures from […] Continue reading →
With the ever increasing pile of iPods, PSPs, Blackberries, mobile phones, mp3 players and other gadgets, managing them becomes unruly. They all seem to have their own software, their own way of doing things and laugh at the thought of interoperability. OS X support? You’re lucky if the device will even work with your Mac. […] Continue reading →
iPhoto can be simple to use and pretty straight-forward for beginners. It can also be extremely bloated, slow, and obnoxious if you have a large amount of pictures. Also annoying is the hidden maze of folders where your actual photos are stored. This brings up the question: What do you do with your digital camera’s […] Continue reading →
LCD Monitors displaying slideshows in businesses and schools are all over the place. Ever wonder how they made these slideshows? Ever want to make one of your own? You can easily create video slideshow DVDs of your vacation, holidays or birthday parties. All you need is iPhoto, iDVD, a blank DVD and the following tutorial. Continue reading →