HP ZBook Power G8 review: the more-affordable mobile workstation
The HP ZBook Power is the most affordable option in the high-end ZBook series, but it’s still a very powerful mobile workstation.
XDO Pantera Pico PC review: a Rubik’s Cube sized PC
A tiny inexpensive cube-shaped portable desktop PC.
Security and Privacy are just Marketing Terms for Apple
When it comes to actually proving or verifying Apple’s security and privacy features, you’re probably going to be met with a “Trust me, bro” response.
Explaining Windows 11’s bad design
Some backlash against Windows 11 has already started. Sure it looks pretty good, but what about the interaction design for usability, efficiency, productivity, and diversity? Well, maybe that side of things won’t be so good.
This is my favorite phone as a Photographer
For the past decade or so, my primary criteria for choosing a smartphone has been its camera capabilities. For numerous years after the Nokia Lumia 1020 was released, there was no innovation in smartphone camera capabilities. Happily we’ve finally reached a point where smartphone cameras are better than ever, and here’s my current favorite.
AT&T Reminds Us That 5G Will Be Awesome Someday
We’ve been hearing about the advantages of 5G’s high speed wireless data connections for years now, but if you have a 5G capable phone, you probably rarely see significant speed boosts and you may not even know why you would want higher bandwidth. Now AT&T has some new use-case scenarios that will give you a better idea of what 5G will be useful for in the future.
How to make cloud gaming way better
Isn’t the point of cloud gaming to have a huge amount of computing resources available to gamers? Why do Stadia and Xbox cloud games shut down?
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Why would you want Android apps on Windows 11?
Android apps on Windows 11 sounds like a really great idea, but I can’t really think of any Android apps that I don’t already have better equivalents for on Windows. What Android apps would you really want to run on Windows?
How (and why) Email could become your favorite messaging system
Your email hatred is probably misplaced. The beauty of email is that you can modify it to do anything you want. There’s probably already an easy way to fix what you hate and turn it into a dream hot rod of internet messaging.
HP ZBook Studio review: an awesome mobile workstation
The latest HP ZBook Studio models continue targeting the high-end creative & scientific professional fields and they work beautifully.
I dropped Google Photos for Plex
Google Photos’ free compressed unlimited cloud storage is no more. Maybe I should use Plex for my mobile photo management instead? Let’s see how that turns out.
Android 12 themes still aren’t as good as Windows Mobile 2003
With Android 12, we’re finally seeing some resemblance of system-wide themes… Finally!  But older computer operating systems still did it better.
The Huawei Mate 40 Pro camera is great with a few gotchas
Ever since the Huawei P20 Pro came out with its 40 megapixel main camera, Huawei has been killing it with some of the best cameras on phones since the Nokia Lumia 1020 from 2013! How’s that Mate 40 Pro camera doing these days?
Windows 10X was probably going to suck anyway
The latest word on the street is that Microsoft’s new Windows 10X operating system has been put on the back burner for now or maybe cancelled completely. That’s probably a good thing.
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Here’s how to play full Xbox games on Linux with xCloud (video)
Microsoft’s web-based game streaming service happens to work on a lot of other platforms, too. Here’s how to play full Xbox games in Linux!
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I have no interest in the new iPad Pro, iMac, or AirTags
Here are my thoughts on everything Apple announced at its Spring event, and I have no interest in the iPad Pro, iMac, or AirTags.
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Google’s starting to learn about Smartphone User Interface Design
The hamburger button has always been bad user experience design. Google is finally following the data and modifying their apps for improved usability.
13 Reasons why I don’t use an iPad Pro & Apple Pencil for graphic design
I hear some graphic designers have started using an iPad Pro for creative work. But why? Here are 13 reasons why I don’t, and they’re both hardware and software related.
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Facebook’s Empire shows Australia who’s boss (why you need the Freedom-Friendly Fediverse)
With Facebook changing policies to hurt Australian businesses, maybe it’s time to look at a more ethical alternative to Facebook again.
XP-Pen Artist 24 Pro Review
If you’ve been drooling over desktop pen displays for creative pro work, the XP-Pen Artist 24 Pro might fit your needs and your budget nicely.
10 Ways Delta Chat is Better than WhatsApp, Signal, and Telegram
With everyone deleting WhatsApp and switching to Telegram or Signal, maybe there’s something better that you haven’t heard of yet. Here are 10 ways Delta Chat is better than the others.
Wacom Now Works with Chromebooks
Today, Wacom announces that the “One by Wacom” graphics drawing tablet is now certified with the “Works with Chromebook” program from Google.
Stop being naive when it comes to things like WhatsApp, Telegram, Signal, etc.
Facebook is breaking promises about WhatsApp, as expected. Learn how to tell if your next messaging app is going to last or will eventually become horrible just like the others.
How many servers is your phone connecting to?
Do you know how many internet servers your phone is connecting to at any given time? With an open-source app, there’s an easy way to tell (on Android).
New 2021 Eve V tablet PC available for pre-order
The new updated version of the crowd-developed Eve V tablet PC is almost ready! You can pre-order yours today.