Computing catastrophes happen, and besides backing up your data, Jeff Carlson has found that it pays to also have a backup computer available just in case.
Apple is focused more on physical feel and user interaction with its new Retina iPad mini and the thinner, lighter iPad Air. The latter seems to Jeff Carlson to have achieved all that the company must have envisioned with its original iPad.
The iPhone is now the camera of choice for impromptu moments and shots we want to share quickly on Facebook, Twitter or email.
Dramatically innovations in the inner workings of Apple’s new iPhone 5s flagship model are a sign this phone is one you’ll actually be able to use for the duration of your two-year contract.
Under its relatively new subscription model, Adobe puts Photoshop, the widely used tool for working with photos and images, into the focus of serious professionals — and hobbyists as well.
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.