In the course of my day, I use two or three main desktop and laptop computers in two or three different parts of the city. And yet, working on different devices, I still have access to a core set of tools and utilities that I find essential to my daily work. Here’s how I do […]
Some say that the iPad is a magical device. I won’t go that far, but it is kinda cool, though it does have its shortcomings — especially when you compare it to a desktop or laptop computer. There are just many things done much better on a computer than on an iPad, which is why […]
The iPad has been out for a bit now, and it’s the tablet that all the others will be compared against as they jockey for position going into the holiday season. But overall, I think this is the year that tablets finally start to make some headway into the marketplace; a marketplace already crowded with […]
Occasionally I get a tech question in the inbox that is quite common. So much so that it makes sense for me to put and answer the question here where more can read and benefit from it. By the way, if you’ve got something you’d like to ask, feel free to drop me a line […]
Traveling with a laptop is always a bit of a challenge, especially if your flight exceeds 3 hours or so. That’s why I was rather interested when I was offered the chance to check out the 15 inch HP Envy — especially when I was allowed to take it on my recent vacation to Hawaii. …more This […]
A friend showed me this video today and the first thought that popped to mind was Yoga Mat. Then I watched it and was suitably impressed. WANT!
As you can see, I’ve managed to get TweetDeck installed on my languishing eeePC 8G Netbook. Originally we’d picked the eeePC up as a light web browser, but found the native Xandros OS a bit weak. Time passed and we’d not had time to really explore the potential of this little guy…until now. First off, […]