Month: October 2010
By Steve Bass
Commercials are loud now, louder than I can ever remember…what can you do about it?
Worried your toddler (or for many of you, your great-grandchild) may reach up, grab your large-screen TV, and get bonked on the head? Or maybe you live in California or Nebraska (Nebraska?) and you’re frazzled thinking about earthquakes…what can you do about it?
Competition has definitely heated up with the increasing success of everything i. The ipad and its obvious tie in with mobility, the iphone and i computing is keeping Microsoft in search of some wind for it’s large but not so billowing sails, pun intended. Whether The Cloud will help push a favorable wind is yet to be determined but you can bet that MS would like to steal some wind from Apple’s soon to be released Lion operating system.
What other ways can MS keep it’s established dominant position? Take a look.
By Bob Rankin
Microsoft Security Essentials is a free anti-malware application first released in June, 2009. It replaces the subscription-based Windows Live OneCare antivirus service and the free Windows Defender, which only protected against spyware and adware. Does this all-in-one security tool provide enough protection? Let’s find out…
By Leo Notenboom
In a recent podcast about mobile
connectivity, I briefly reflected on some of the options available to the
wired traveler. That podcast was, itself, an example of how I stay connected
while traveling since it was recorded, written, and posted from my RV in a
state park many miles from my home.
Let’s look at it in a little more detail.
Mobile connectivity has improved dramatically in recent years. I’ll cover the big options for the traveling internet user.