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15 Nov/09

Replace Your Mac Mini’s IR Receiver for Non-Apple Remotes [Remote Control]

Replace Your Mac Mini’s IR Receiver for Non-Apple Remotes [Remote Control]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you’re using a Mac Mini as a media center and want to use a non-Apple remote control with it, this tutorial can help you keep your Mini’s sleek form factor and avoid ugly IR receiver dongles. This hack involves a tiny bit of soldering and a very small modification to the metal shielding on the inside of your Mini. Other than that, it’s extremely simple to perform this tweak, and well within the realm...

15 Nov/09

Drive a Car with Your iPhone [DIY]

Drive a Car with Your iPhone [DIY]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); A lot of people have been impressed with how you can find an app for everything. What about driving your car? With this (very) ambitious DIY project you can drive a car with your iPhone. Why use your iPhone as merely an accessory to your car? You can flat out control it with this crazy DIY modification. Check out the video below to see how the mad scientists at Waterloo Labs modified a car—definitely not their...

6 Ott/09

Remote Control Reboots And Updates On Multiple Windows Computers

Remote Control Reboots And Updates On Multiple Windows Computers

Remote Reboot X has been initially developed by Doug Zuckermann to remotely control the reboot process of multiple computer systems in an effort to automate the monthly maintenance schedule of more than a 100 servers as much as possible. Doug later added the option to manage Microsoft Windows software updates from the program interface of Remote Reboot X and plans to integrate several important new features to future versions of the software program. The program works the following way:...




10 Apr/09

TuneConnect Controls iTunes Playback from Any Computer in Your Home [Downloads]

TuneConnect Controls iTunes Playback from Any Computer in Your Home [Downloads]

Mac OS X only: Free, open-source application TuneConnect controls iTunes playback on any computer in your house from any other computer through an attractive interface focused on album art. In fact, as weblog MacApper points out, it’s easy to think of this as a desktop version of the Remote iPhone application. The app requires you to install a preference pane that acts as the server (you’d only need to install this on the computer(s) you wanted to control), meaning the download...