The simple answer is that Windows 7 just works.
You may have noticed that in the past six months the only post I wrote specifically about Microsoft Windows or a Windows-specific application was Windows 8 – Why do they call it Windows? I still use Windows 7 on a daily basis. Contrary to [...]
Apple released iOS 5 last week. It is a free update for iPhone models 3GS and 4, both iPad models and late model iPod touch devices. It comes already installed on the iPhone 4s.
One of the best new features in iOS 5 is keyboard shortcuts. Typing on an iPhone, iPad or any touch screen [...]
The big print giveth and the small print taketh away.
I received my “pre-ordered” AT&T iPhone 4S yesterday, Friday, October 14, 2011. AT&T included a flyer offering AT&T Mobile Insurance at $4.99/mo.
If you examine the offer carefully, you will find that the $4.99 price disappeared effective October [...]
Amazon announced the Kindle Fire touch screen tablet last week at a NYC press event.
My immediate reaction was I want one. Many people will have that reaction.
The $199, 7-inch (diagonal) color touchscreen device has built-in WiFi, weighs only 14.6 ozs, and has a reported battery life of 8 [...]
I will present Charles Babbage — The Man Who Invented the Computer at the Friends of the Weston Library, Lunch and Learn Program on Tuesday, November 1, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm. The meeting is free and open to all.
Babbage tried to change the world. His story is one of genius versus a [...]