Like many other geeks, I spend way too much time browsing the Internet. Firefox on my laptop has become sort of my little cave, where
2010 is coming to an end and the first year of the iPad is also nearing a close. Since its release there have been dozens
I’ve been a fan of Leo Laporte for a long time. For those who don’t know the name, he makes podcasts. A lot of podcasts.
A lot has changed since the iPhone was released 3.5 years ago, but there still is no support for Flash on it or the iPad.
For the last 15 years we’ve been stuck with resistive touch screens that more or less required a stylus to operate properly. Now that we
Originally I hadn’t planned on buying an iPad because I thought of it more as an entertainment device and not as much as a productivity
Anyone who’s ever put their plastic screen cellphone in the same pocket as keys or loose change knows the important of screen protectors. With touch
For me (and many others) tablets are information consumption devices first and foremost. I love leaning back in my chair reading RSS feeds, a magazine
The current iPad is minimalistic in many ways. It doesn’t have a camera, it doesn’t have cell phone features like the Galaxy tab, and it