This week we look at an easy GPS tracking unit using an Arduino and GPS shield.
This week we show you how you can control an LED, an RGB LED and a Servo from a web interface on an Arduino. We are continuing down the the path we started in Episode 49 with the web server on the arduino.
We take a look at one of the new features in the latest version of iPhoto, Smart Albums. Smart Albums will find the pictures that belong in the Smart Album based on the criteria you set. We show you how to create them.
You know those text shortcuts that make the small keyboard of your phone tolerable, things like OMW for on my way. You can use those same shortcuts in OSX Mavericks and now they even sync between your phone and OSX Mavericks. Add a new one on your phone and it is also on your desktop. We show you how it works.
With all these new features in OSX Mavericks, many of them are designed for sharing. This week we are going to go take another look at the new Maps app and see how you can share your directions directly to your iDevice so you can grab it and go. We will also show you how you can share with your friends and social media.
Continuing from last week we are going to look at another new feature in Safari for Mavericks. This week we are going to look at Website Notifications.
Continuing from last week we are going to look at another new feature in Safari for Mavericks. This week we are going to look at Shared Links.
There have been a few changes to Safari in the release of Mavericks, this week we are going to look at just one of them, the new Favorites Sidebar.
You know those funny looking smiley faces and puppy that you see in text messages? You can now get them on your mac. This week we show you this new feature in Mac OSX Mavericks.
As we continue with some of the new features in Mavericks, this week we are going to look at how LinkedIn is now integrated just like Twitter and Facebook have been integrated.
Got an App that keeps going to sleep when it is not in focus? We show you on Mac Minute this week how to tell that application that it is not to go to sleep.
We take a look at how you can share via social media any file on your desktop simply by right clicking on it.
We take a look at the do not disturb option in the new Mavericks operating system. Like the name says, you can set the times that you do not want to get notifications.
We show you how you can make a quick access application shortcut that will remind you a bit of the start menu in windows. Quick access to all of your applications.
This week we take a look at how you can adjust your sidebar to your liking. It is simple to remove or add things to your favorites, devices, etc.
This week we are back on the new features in Mavericks and looking at the new Enhanced Dictation Features.
The Mac also uses your location for some the services it provides like maps, photos and more. Just like on your iDevice, you can tell if something is using your location by looking for the little triangle shaped arrow in the top right bar. We show you how to see what is using your location and also how to turn off the ability to read your location.
This week we continue to take a look at some the new features of Mavericks. We learn how the system updates are now part of the App Store and not their own separate application.
This week we continue to take a look at some the new features of Mavericks. We take a look at how you can see what is using your battery by looking at the new feature that was added in Mavericks.
This week we continue to take a look at some the new features of Mavericks. We take a look at the new feature called "Automatic App Updating" that came in the new OS version.