Every now and then I’ll receive a message asking me why I recommend that folks buy their tech gear from Amazon.
This is just a reminder that students and teachers can use Microsoft Office 365 for free thanks to an awesome program called Office in Education.
A while back I wrote a post explaining why it’s a good idea to install an inexpensive dash cam in your vehicle, and it generated a lot of interest.
If your hearing isn’t as good as it used to be, chances are you have to crank up the volume on your TV to a level that’s uncomfortable for everyone else.
If you happen to live in an area that gets hit with frequent power outages, it pays to be prepared just in case the electricity goes off for hours, or even days at a time.
Apple has just released several important updates that patch a number of dangerous security holes and squash some rather irritating bugs in macOS and iOS.
Hackers and scammers have been using ransomware attacks to extort money from unsuspecting PC users for years, and now they’re targeting smartphone and tablet users as well.
One of Apple’s most successful marketing claims has always been that simply owning a Mac instead of a PC can help keep your system safe from malware.
Apple is planning to release iOS 10.3 before long, and with that update will come several significant changes to the operating system.