Roy, the unsympathetic technical support character in the cult television comedy The IT Crowd, would always start his user conversations with “Hello, IT. Have you tried turning it off and on again?” Now
Here's how I start my day: I snooze my iPhone's alarm once (OK, fine -- twice), roll out of bed, walk to bathroom, and brush my teeth while checking email and the weather. With a hidden tidbit of iOS I
We know Samsung likes to boast about its upcoming 10th-anniversary Galaxy S10, and with good reason. Leaks have already told us about its all-new design, ’ultrasonic’ in-display reader, triple rear cameras,
Photographer: Robert Galbraith/Pool via Bloomberg Shares of Google parent company Alphabet Inc. were dipping on Monday after the Wall Street Journal reported the company discovered a way for outside companies
Although Microsoft introduced new Windows 10 monthly charges, that has not improved the quality of its updates. In fact, Microsoft has just warned all Windows 10 users that its latest upgrade may permanently
Tile, the company behind the most popular smart trackers is out with its latest products today. Both the new Tile Mate and Tile Pro are launching with one of the most requested features: replaceable batteries.
Chrome 69 earlier this month introduced a Google Material Theme, smarter Omnibox, and a host of other new features for the browser’s 10th anniversary. In recent days, changes related to Account sign-in
Google is likely to release a Chromebook – dubbed Nocturne – alongside the new Pixel phones on October 9, and thanks to AboutChromebooks, we have an idea what it will look like. The blog found images the
networkworld.com - Sandra Henry-Stocker has been administering Unix systems for more than 30 years. She describes herself as "USL" (Unix as a second language) but remembers enough English to write books and buy groceries. She lives in the mountains in Virginia where, when not working with or writing about Unix, she's chasing the bears away from her bird feeders.