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Throwback Thursday: Not quite the result they were planning

Sure, but isn’t the monitor extra blurry?

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Thoughts on the Apple/Qualcomm settlement

Thoughts/reactions to the surprise settlement of the Apple/Qualcomm litigation

All is A4-OK

Printers and computers always want us to be specific.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Fold: Bright future or dead end?

Samsung finally announced it is shipping its Galaxy Fold, coming to AT&T and T-Mobile on April 26. Who will this device appeal to and will it be successful?

Time-Machine Tuesday: Because nontechnical is what he’s all about

Maybe he should recall the last thing he said.

A baud-y tale

Impatience is its own reward?

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15 business ideas you can steal from Apple

“Good artists copy, great artists steal,” Steve Jobs famously said -- so which Apple ideas should you steal?

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Microsoft and the birth of the responsible AI

Google’s (now-disbanded) Artificial Intelligence Ethics board and Microsoft’s Responsible AI initiative are critical not only to the utility and safety of AIs but also the potential survival of the race. Getting this right is likely...

Incoming

Dying under the radar.

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Will Apple need to spin out its services business?

Following a complaint from Spotify, Apple faces an EU anti-trust investigation to determine if it unfairly favors its own apps above those from its competitors.

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Here’s why Microsoft raised the white flag on Edge

The company is being refashioned in ways its former CEOs could never have imagined.

Throwback Thursday: It’s easier that way

Welcome to Basics of Computing 101.

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April brings massive updates to Windows and critical updates to both browsers and Adobe Flash

The old adage about April being the cruelest month looks to be true with this hefty and significant update to all of Microsoft’s platforms.

DON’T RTFM

Do you believe everything you read?

Grease is the word

Troubleshooting can cause uncontrollable laughter.

Memory-Lane Monday: Oops!

Location, location, location.

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The smart speaker finally gets its killer app for business

It turns out that the most important app for a virtual assistant appliance might be the one you create yourself.

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Massive bank app security holes: You might want to go back to that money under the mattress tactic

A new report from a well-regarded payments consulting firm has found a lengthy list of security insanity while examining several major fintech company mobile apps.

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How AR, the cloud and AI could change the courtroom experience for the better

After a less-than-ideal tech experience in the CA courts, I look at how AR, AI and the cloud could vastly improve legal trials by removing complexity, increasing reliability and significantly increasing the ability of attorneys (to...

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