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One of my primary tasks is to help friends and clients overcome frustration in their tech work.
It looks like Verizon will finally bury its unlimited data-plan strategy for smart phones next month.
Q: I own a Mac that I purchased last year. I’ve read several places that it’s possible to run Microsoft Windows on a Mac, and that there may be more than one way to do so. Can you advise me on the best approach?
One comment made by Steve Jobs in his keynote speech this week got me to thinking in general terms about where the personal computer stands in today’s tech world.
History and technology are twins of a kind, as each develops in tune with the other.
There is an old saying that a fish notices everything but the water it swims in. This is a simple way of saying that we tend to overlook the most obvious aspects of our lives if they become too familiar.
Google this week updated its Honeycomb operating system for the Motorola Xoom tablet to version 3.1., according to zdnet.com.
I receive large numbers of emails every week with every type of question and comment you can imagine. These range from simple requests for recommendations for tech gear and services to questions on complex technical problems and issues.
Today I’d like to focus on the value I’ve received from a very old piece of technology: the printed page. We tend to forget how valuable books have been to those of us who read constantly. We are certainly moving into a digital age, so I’d like to pay tribute to a few that have been helpful to me.
At least once a year I feel the need to write a column reminding us all to be constantly aware of privacy, especially security issues online and elsewhere.