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Play Playstation 4 Games on Mac (or Windows) with PS4 Remote Play

Want to play Playstation 4 games on your computer? Now you can thanks to PS4 Remote Play, available for Mac OS X (and Windows PC). The Remote Play app basically allows you to control the Playstation remotely from a computer, streaming a PS4 game from the Playstation 4 itself to the Mac or PC over … Read More [Read More…]

Play Playstation 4 Games on Mac (or Windows) with PS4 Remote Play

Want to play Playstation 4 games on your computer? Now you can thanks to PS4 Remote Play, available for Mac OS X (and Windows PC). The Remote Play app basically allows you to control the Playstation remotely from a computer, streaming a PS4 game from the Playstation 4 itself to the Mac or PC over … Read More

AirParrot Remote runs your TV via your Mac via your iPhone

Getting up and down from the couch just to pause a television show is so 1970s. If you want to run Netflix, for example, via your Mac on your big-screen TV, AirParrot 2 is a fantastic choice. Even better, it’s got a new companion app on iOS, AirParrot Remote, that will let you control your […]

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Eddy Cue promises new iOS remote app for Apple TV

The remote for the new Apple TV can be a bit tricky to master and very easy to break, but help is on the according to Apple media boss Eddy Cue who revealed this morning that an iOS remote app for the new black box is coming soon. “We’re working on a new Apple TV […]

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Sony is bringing PlayStation 4 Remote Play to your Mac

Sony has revealed that it is developing an official PlayStation 4 Remote Play app for Mac and PC, giving gamers the ability to play their favorite titles on their desktop. The announcements comes just days after an unofficial Remote Play app was made available for Windows. “Some people asked if we plan to provide Remote Play function […]

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How to undo accidental time skips on Siri Remote

The new Apple TV’s Siri Remote is great, except for all of those times that it isn’t. We’ve run afoul of the remote’s touchpad a few times; it’s fine for navigating (and less fine for entering passwords), but sometimes it does its job too well. For example, we can’t even count the number of times […]

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Pro tip: Tap, don’t swipe, with your Siri Remote

If you’ve tried to type in any sort of long password or search terms into your new Apple TV using the fancy Siri Remote, you know you’ve had a tough time. Even if you adjust the tracking to make it a little more accurate, scrolling through letters and clicking on the touch surface can be […]

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5 secret remote tricks to supercharge your Apple TV

Your Apple TV remote is an amazing little device that lets you manage your big TV exerience. There are quite a few little settings you may have missed, though, when you started up your new Apple TV. You can adjust and tweak your way through the Apple TV settings to make the most of your […]

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5 hidden remote touchpad tricks will make you an Apple TV expert

The new Apple TV remote is a thing of beauty. It’s got six simple buttons, it’s rechargeable and it features a beautifully simple touchpad at the top to swipe across menus, app icons and letters to enter passwords. But the simple joy of using the touchpad is very Apple-like. There are hidden secrets to the […]

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How to use your old TV remote with your new Apple TV

The new Apple TV remote is a wondrous touch- and motion-enabled trackpad with a few simple buttons that lets you do everything on your new black hockey puck of joy, including playing games, swiping through apps, and, well, playing and pausing your movies and TV shows. What happens when you lose it somewhere in the […]

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