On the 30th anniversary of the Mac, I thought I’d share my Mac using/buying history. I didn’t buy my first Mac until 2010, but I had been using them daily for a number of years leading up to that purchase. Here they are in chronological order:
Attention Halifax (and area) readers: I have a double pass to the new Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher to give away!
Many people rely on their cell phones, and many are disappointed with the poor battery life currently on offer. So, what are the options to keep charged on the go?
If you shoot Canon and want to do wireless off-camera flash, I think Canon has finally sussed it and has provided an excellent (albeit slightly expensive) solution with the new 600EX-RT flash and ST-E3-RT transmitter.
The US National Transportation Safety Board is dumping RIM devices for iPhones due to reliability issues.
You need to backup your data. Put it in your calendar for this weekend or next weekend. Make a plan. All hard drives fail, it’s just a matter of when. We all know someone who has lost data, so take some steps now to save yourself the pain.
The iPhone was announced five years ago. Which phone was in your pocket?
The story of RIM and its iconic BlackBerry devices reads like a fairytale – complete with a dramatic twist that leaves the hero in a sticky situation…
Gadgets are popular Christmas presents. Cameras, smartphones, iPads, laptops, software, and other bits of technology find their way under the tree each year. Let’s take a look at some ways to get the most of your toys.
We pay some of the highest rates for mobile phone service in Canada. To add insult to injury, we are also part the of lucky group of countries that have 3-year contracts. And it’s bullshit. Here’s why:
I chatted with Scott Simpson about Blackberry’s surprise profit, Google killing Reader, and Hotmail’s transition to Outlook.
A few words about the topics covered during my spot on Maritime Morning: Weekend Edition, and some relevant links.
It may have some great hardware engineering behind it, but the Surface’s software is all about compromise…
In Halifax, there are two major players when it comes to home internet and television services: EastLink and Bell Aliant. When choosing between providers, there is a lot of information to take in. I’m going to break down the process and talk about various aspects of each company’s offering over four blog posts. This is the first in the series.
Logic Pro Studio 9 is now available on the Mac App Store for $199.99, down from $499. This includes the option to download 19gb of loops. MainStage is a separate download at $29.99.