A simple problem with a complicated answer.
I’m a big email user, and Windows 8.1 finally gets it right.
Take it from someone who knows Apple inside and out: The Mac can’t do it all.
The magnetic stripe is a dangerous, dead-end technology—but banks and merchants are keeping it alive, to our peril.
Repairing a Mac is no simple task—take it from someone who worked at Apple for 20 years.
It’s no longer about skimmers at the gas station. The Target hack shows our payment systems are in big trouble.
Email is in high use in the workplace, but not so much in consumer land. How multiple clients and use cases can make simple things like file sharing a torment.
With the redesign and the reduction in cost to the low price of free, can Pages 5 be a real challenger to Microsoft Word?
How does upgrading Linux, Windows and OS X at nearly the same time actually work? You might be surprised.
What you think of as broadband is actually not that fast, as far as Internet speeds go.
A new YouTube video promises that the Mac Pro we heard about in June will be here in the fall. The wait tells you how little Apple values its high-end customers.
No rest for the wicked!
Better tools for posting and higher-quality discussions are what matter for me.
Word processors are no longer central to the computing experience, but there are still good reasons to use them. The question is, how well do the work in today’s computing environment?
We’ll show you how to boldly walk where no one has walked before – at least according to Google Maps.
Just how long do the four best-known file-transfer/storage/backup services actually take to put the files where you want them?
Might updating iOS, the very product that helped put Apple on top, require risk-taking beyond what the new Apple can handle?
Windows 8 is not really my cup of tea. Mac OS X Mountain Lion is not what I hoped it would be. Google’s Chrome operating system is not powerful enough for my purposes. What is a modern power user to do?
Federal and other government IT shops often exude the air of hamstrung bureaucracies woefully behind the times. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
A “good enough for me” attitude towards technology is not the best way to keep up with the global economy.