I will never forget the first time I saw video on a computer. The video was from a CD-ROM and was the size of a large postage stamp. It was low-quality and stuttered, but it was amazing to see.
Several articles are online this week concerning a rumor that Apple is preparing to release a smaller version of the iPad sometime this year.
I have written several articles on principles of creativity and problem-solving. This is obviously relevant to technology at all times, as this industry depends upon innovation and invention.
This week we look at peer-to-peer file sharing, Google’s social network, and some sore texting thumbs as we catch up with a few reader e-mails.
Mainly because of the small size and portability, thumb drives seem to be a one of the most common storage solutions.
Zdnet.com recently ran an article called "Crucial Apps for Surviving the Student Summer." While the article targeted younger users, it reviewed some applications that could be of use to many of us. Here are a few of the applications discussed in the article.
Last week saw the long-awaited release of the newest Apple iPhone as well as the Verizon Droid X phone, the latest device running Google's Android operating system or OS. Both of these phones are stunning in their features and operation.
Today I’d like to address how to use social networks and YouTube to promote a business.
Today, I'll answer some questions from the in-box.
Cell phones and tablets are poised to become two of our primary computing interfaces. So-called smart phones, such as the Apple iPhone, RIM Blackberry and models based on Google's Android operating system, get most of the attention. Meanwhile, the Apple iPad dominates talk concerning tablet computing.