I'm now the proud owner of an iPhone 4! Now that I'm finally over the giddiness of having this new toy, I'm trying to start some serious R&D work. Can you survive with just an iPhone 4 and no other technological devices? For how long - a day, a week, even a month?
Do you think that a once-a-week backup to your external hard drive is all you need to do to protect your precious photos, music files, videos and more? Think again. You're one catastrophe away from losing everything!
The iPad? Huh. Okay, sounds sort of interesting, but how new and different is it..really.
Jailbreaking phones such as the iPhone is now allowable in the US according to the US Library of Congress. However, is this something you really want to do? I’ll give you my take on the pros and cons of jailbreaking your iPhone so you can decide if it’s right for you.
Fifteen months after Google Wave was announced and the ensuing Wave mania, Google has pulled the plug on this once promising app.
Lots of great info on Microsoft Office 2010, Expression Web 4, and much more coming your way!
Windows 8 is due to drop in late 2011 or early 2012 and the grapevine is buzzing about what's in store. Will Microsoft go big and overhaul Windows 7 or will Microsoft play it safe?
The Central Penn Adobe User Group (CPAUG) uses a library program to share books from different publishers with members. A short Q&A with group leader Megan Fister provides some great tips for starting your own.
Birds of a feather flock together, right? If you’re already a member of an established user group or looking for other like-minded technology evangelists, connecting with peers is an important part of being an active voice in the IT community.
Do you have a Twitter, Buzz, Facebook, and LinkedIn accounts and wonder how to simplify your status updates? Well, there are several applications that help you manage multiple social networking accounts. I'll tell you how to do it using my personal favorite: TweetDeck.
A security consultant from the other 'land down under' has released a tool that makes FireWire (IEEE-1394) ports on your Windows PC a big security risk. Here's how the attack works - and how to stop it, too.