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Something Remote is web series about the daily life of Mat, Erik, and Neil. They're three ordinary guys living in an apartment but their life comes together in a hilarious way.
What it is LogMeIn Hamachi is a zero-configuration virtual private networking (VPN) application. In other words Hamachi is a program that allows you to arrange multiple computers into their own secure network just as if they were connected by a physical network cable. Hamachi is fast, secure and simple. Its core version is also free. What's in it for me? Hamachi gives you LAN over the Internet. Virtually any application that works over local/home networks can also be used over Hamachi networks. Think - Windows File Sharing, iTunes, Remote Desktop, Remote Assistance or even gaming - all fully encrypted, authenticated and peer-to-peer. Technology Hamachi is a zero-configuration virtual private networking application with an open security architecture and NAT-to-NAT traversal capabilities. Hamachi is the first application to mix seemingly unrelated networking technologies in one powerful package to deliver an unprecedented level of direct peer-to-peer connectivity. More ... Security Hamachi is secure. All Hamachi communications are encrypted and authenticated with industry-standard algorithms and protocols. Nobody will be able to see what two Hamachi peers are talking about. Not even us. However what is equally important - Hamachi security architecture is completely open meaning that its detailed description is available to anyone interested for review and validation. More ... Ease of Use Great effort went into designing and polishing the Hamachi user interface. The result is sleek, simple and intuitive; yet still very functional. Everything you need, nothing you don't. Hamachi software contains no spyware, bannerware or any other -ware unrelated to its purpose. And it never will.
21 Jan 2007
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We recently wrote a brief how-to article explaining how to set up the iPhone remote which controls iTunes and Apple TV wirelessly. However, lots of people still had questions. This video should answer all of them. *******www.ismashphone****/2008/07/itunes-remote.html
15 Jul 2008
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Control your TV and iTunes Library with your iPhone!
17 Mar 2011
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This episode is all about remote access. We'll learn how to set up Hamachi VPN, VNC, how to configure your smartphone as a remote, and much more!
30 May 2011
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Deauthorize iTunes on all computers at once
1 May 2010
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Wish you could have your iTunes controls instantly available? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how to use iTunes Controller, and keep all that info at your fingertips.
15 Feb 2011
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In this episode of Lifehacker, we take to the outdoors. We'll learn how to resurrect a gadget from its watery grave, make our own Sun Jars, treat bug bites with household products, and much more!
6 Jun 2011
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Welcome to Lifehacker's Summer Series. In this episode, we'll learn how to block those pesky spam calls and texts, build a $6 dry erase board, get an extra light out of an empty lighter, and learn how to do precise scrubbing in iOS.
22 Jun 2011
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Leigh McMullen of Cult Of Mac**** says that if a price is low enough, then users and developers won't miss that there is no try-before-you-buy feature on the iTunes app store. Interview by TalkingHeadTV**** Distributed by TubeMogul**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
11 Jul 2008
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Leigh McMullen from Cult Of Mac**** makes a case for the iPhone's coming dominance of the mobile gaming market. Interview by TalkingHeadTV**** Distributed by TubeMogul**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
9 Feb 2009
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Leigh McMullen from Cult Of Mac**** wonders if enterprise, a lack of try before you buy or Apple making their own app is the biggest surprise of the App Store launch. Interview by TalkingHeadTV**** Distributed by TubeMogul**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
11 Jul 2008
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Leigh McMullen from Cult Of Mac**** says Apple is going to need to do a better job of eliminating confusion with names and icons on the new iPhone app store. Distributed by Tubemogul.
11 Jul 2008
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