We all love to use Netflix and share it with others in our house. But sometimes other people's watch history can make a mess of your history and recommended titles. No more with the new Netflix profiles that arrived this week on the Apple TV.
We decided our MakerBot needed a little brother, so ordered up an Eggbot kit from Evil Mad Scientist. This video shows the assembly process. It takes less than an hour to put it together with great online instructions. We wondered: What could we possibly use it for? Does it even work? Once we hooked it [...]
AppleCare+ is a great way to protect your iPad & iPhone! We introduce you to the benefits in this weeks' episode. AppleCare+ covers just about everything that can happen to your iPad or iPhone for two full years including Apple's support specialists available by phone to help answer any of your questions. Included with your [...]
Today's episode is just a small update on some new apps that just arrived on the Apple TV to help you continue cutting the cord! Highlights include HBO Go and ESPN.
Apple announced a ground-breaking change to their Mac Pro line coming out this fall. Chris walks you through the news.
Chris continues our series on how to cut the cord on cable and satellite bills with the Apple TV.
We're overly excited with the arrival of our first MakerBot Replicator 2 3D Printer! Watch Chris introduce the latest robot joining us here at Lab548 and put it through its paces for the first time. With 3D Printing the sky is the limit on what you can create. We'll be testing, creating and sharing our [...]
Chris and Dennis introduce the Meraki - The Meraki is an amazing piece of hardware that allows for cloud-based network management.
Chris shows off our new HDTV setup with Apple TV at The Lab. We use it as signage, to Airplay our screens for meetings and, of course, to stream iTunes music, Netflix shows & movies and Hulu Plus videos.
Josh and Chris from MacWorks talk about the latest news in the realm of Apple and Technology. This week they discuss Google Now competing with Siri on the iPhone, Dropbox 2.0 for the Mac, Pixelmator 2.2 and it's text shaping capabilities, Adobe dropping all boxed products from sale, and the crummy iPhone ads that make [...]