While we usually use the digital devices in our lives one at a time, AirPlay technology and certain apps are making it practical to work with more than one screen at once.
While iPad 2 cameras remain rudimentary, those on newer models, including the iPad Mini, are better, and apps provide more user control. But for me, there’s still something unsettling about seeing someone use a computer to shoot a photo.
We want our investments to last as long as possible before ponying up more money for something else. But investments aren’t just monetary. You also have to consider the investment in time of adopting a technology or a specific product.
Whether podcasting, making music or preserving a personal life experience, audio recording has gotten easier and cheaper in recent years. As an alternative to video, audio has the benefit of simplicity.
It’s time to disable or even remove Java from your Mac, and use a virtual private network for Wi-Fi.
Keeping your Web browsing private and erasing data from an online session is easy to do.
In years past, presenting meant connecting a projector to my Mac laptop, provided I had the right adapters and dongles at hand. But with Keynote for iOS, I can give my presentation from the iPad itself.
More and more, that device you have in your hand is becoming a remote control for so many things in your home.
Adobe is offering a smart option with Creative Cloud, a design package.
Just in time for some of us to have a week or two off or travel to an opposite end of the country, whether south, east, or Florida, some advice that should ease your way into the new year.
Time is one of the most important components of much of the technology we’re looking to buy, or that we rely on at work and at home.