There’s a couple of items that seem to be missing from the February 2016 debate on whether Apple should assist the FBI in hacking into the cell phone used by deceased criminal / terrorist murderers. Supposedly, this is a perfect case for avoiding most privacy issues. The bad evildoers are dead, so no privacy issues, [...]
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So you’re Microsoft. Windows 7 was fortunately usable as compared to some of the seriously flawed operating systems you put out just prior. But somehow the world has still changed. Macintosh is truly on a tear; likely due to users becoming more familiar with Apple in general via iPods, iPhones, iPads, etc. And sure, their [...]
The fact that they both have their user hostile moments could be a reason why mass market consumer adoption may take much longer than it otherwise would for certain in home technologies. Sure, the penetration velocity of Smart Phones is stunning, especially as compared to other historical technologies. But where are we with the living [...]
This has maybe gotten out of hand. Sure, I work in the online industry, but multiple computers, handheld devices, etc. Do I really need all this stuff? Maybe not. Maybe I could trim down a bit. But as much trouble as all the updates and management, etc. is, I think overall I get more value [...]
This is another one of those “Opinions are like A$$%^%s, Everybody’s Got One” type posts… Regarding Google’s recent changes, I thought Business Week had a really great article in their May 10 – May 16th, 2010 issue, “How Google Got Its New Look.” Why do I find Google’s moves interesting?