After taking my card and scanning it, the sales rep informed me he was recovering from a cold – presumably, rhinovirus. He then proceeded to wipe his nose several times, and touch my device as he completed the mandatory activation. But I don’t blame the guy – read more to see why.
Sadly, the day has come that FCA doesn’t feel the need to warranty its cars for life… at least… not right now anyway.
It’s had an amazing run, but Apple’s continued emphasis on the iPhone has claimed another victim – the first-ever web server.
Best Buy answers the question that’s becoming all-to-common – will you take my bulging battery off my hands?
One R&D project I chose to do myself involved flashing each Moto G5 Plus firmware release in sequence, and recording the baseband and modem firmware versions, and when they changed. This is for the device named “potter” only.
It’s rare that I mourn the death of an engineer. We don’t recognize them the same way as pop culture tech titans. Listening to Dr. Bill Wattenburg (or as most of us knew him, Dr. Bill) was something that spanned generations in my family. For forty years, Dr. Bill was an anchor of weekend radio on KGO 810. Back when it was a real, independent radio station, that is.
In the history books, you could call today the official beginning of the end. Today really marks the end of the Macintosh as an independent computing platform.
Fifty years ago today, a man was murdered. When you kill a man out of hate, you create a martyr that lasts forever.
Apparently Engadget doesn’t understand basic law. No, 50 votes in Senate would not restore Net Neutrality. At all. When people wonder why “fake news” is such a thing today, here’s a case study in why.
I take the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update for a spin… on a Mac Pro from 2008.