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It seems a bit retro — a case that converts an Apple iPad 2 into the functional equivalent of a netbook. But, ya, know, this kinda grows on you.
This may or may not help a certain office-holder come 2012, but there is one sector of the economy where hiring looks positive.
Last Thursday, before much was publicly known about Apple's iCloud service, I made some guesses that now seem prescient: we may be on the edge of a digital revolution.
This is not good news: hackers in China have attempted — and apparently succeeded — in "phishing" account information and passwords from holders of Gmail accounts, including politicians, "Chinese political activists," military personnel, journalists and other high-profile individuals.
World news flashed today that "the last typewriter plant" on the planet was closing its doors. Not so; there's plenty of makers left.
Pardon the humor, but combining an online "Flash Mob" with the 400-year-old King James Version of the Bible invites a little smiling along the way.
Having computer trouble this morning? Maybe your employer needs to hire more tech support.
Borrowing e-books from public libraries soon will be possible using Amazon.com's Kindle devices and software, the firm says.
There's a way to put all your social media time to good use, thanks to the U.N. World Food Program.
Let's get ready to download? Comcast Thursday morning said they'd offer 105 megabits/second downloading Internet service to subscribers. Ho-hum, Verizon replied, we've got 150 Mbp/s, and a smaller number of folks sharing a given pipe.
Striking back at critics, Paul Allen, a co-founder of Microsoft Corp. who later left the firm, defends his "tell-all" book in which he attacks best friend Bill Gates and Microsoft colleague Steve Ballmer. Allen makes his remarks in an interview for the April 17 edition of CBS' "60 Minutes."
This morning, your columnist -- a bit weary from three hours in line -- shared some initial thoughts about Apple's iPad 2 with Steve Chenevey of Fox5.
Spanish-speaking viewers of Comcast's cable services now have an area they can turn to: Xfinity TV En Español.
Verizon Wireless claims record sales for its version of the Apple iPhone. But is it right for you? I had some thoughts about this on Fox 5 D.C. Thursday.
A Microsoft employee based in the Middle East is sharing some thoughts from Egyptians about events there. It's much more direct than what you may see on cable news.
'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America