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If you’re interested in technology, a Liberal Arts degree can be a great thing to have. The trick is to play to your strengths, minimize your weaknesses, and realize you are capable of contributing.
Windows is expensive. Competitors offering free upgrades and rumors about a free Windows 10 make it hard to tolerate that fact. Meanwhile, the options for the budget-conscious are limited, but you can save on Windows 8.
Windows 10 reintroduces real desktop search, includes multiple desktops and adds a start menu with live tile “widgets” – so why should you buy a Mac instead?
Have you ever taken what you thought was a great photograph, only to find it looks dull when you view it on your PC? If so, your monitor may be letting you down.
The context menu that pops up whenever you perform a right-click can help you become more productive. With the right tool, customizing the shortcuts within it is a breeze.
The Windows 10 Technical Preview is now available to everyone. Some bugs aside, it does look promising. We’ll guide you through the new Windows one screenshot at a time.
Most people closely guard their personal banking information both on and offline. Everyone knows it’s a bad thing for other people to have your social security number or account number, particularly if it can be combined with other information. But many forget about another type of information that can be as damaging on the wrong hands; medical […]
Security has finally become a serious issue for smartphone owners. The high-profile leaks of undressed celebrity iPhone owners, combined with a constant stream of warnings about Android bugs and malware, has left many people feeling uncertain. Even governments cannot be trusted to respect their citizen’s privacy. Apple’s Tim Cook has turned this into a selling […]
OneDrive is trying to catch up to cloud storage heavyweight Dropbox. Recent improvements include increased free storage space and raised file size caps. OneDrive has turned into a viable alternative, but is it better?
There are ways to use your iPad in the kitchen while keeping your tablet clean and functional. Check out these ten accessories that every iChef must consider.
We receive a swarm of notifications which, to be honest, are often useless. There are some useful notifications however, that are easy to set up and help us keep tabs on what actually matters.
You have a choice! Microsoft didn’t make it easy, but in Windows 8.1 it’s possible to set up or switch to a regular — local and offline — Windows account. And it’s easy!
The fact that laptops are slower than desktops is common knowledge, but how much slower is hard to quantify, and gamers find themselves weighing the reduction in performance against the price tag and the portability.
Exoskeleton research has been underway for over a century, resulting in a number of viable prototypes. Surprisingly, though, they focus less on super-human strength and more on improving endurance and quality of life.
Apple’s new watch will turn your iPhone into a revolutionary device for managing your health and fitness – here’s how it works.