Recently Amazon introduced its AutoRip feature. When you purchase a CD or vinyl, you’re also given an MP3 version added to your Amazon Cloud Player. And it’s awesome.
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Adobe Creative Suite 2 was released in 2005, but despite what Adobe says, unfettered downloads of some of its most popular and expensive software is growing.
Windows 8 has been released to manufacturing, its shipping bits are finalized. It will soon be available for MSDN and TechNet subscribers. Here’s why I am making the switch right away.
It’s not that we think the pattern of browser use around the world has any significant part in the grand scheme of things. So why are we showing your this animated map?
The folks at http://www.onlineeducation.net/ have done all the research and in what is destined to become a classic inforgraphic, they’ve told us exactly how our world would be without the Net. It’s not a pretty picture, but all the same, we’re happy to pass the graphic along to you.
Since the release of the iPhone in 2007, RIM has seen a steady decline of its BlackBerry market share. After attending the recent BlackBerry World 2012 conference, here’s my thoughts on the future success of BlackBerry against its competitors.
When his laptop died recently, Mike Rothman considered purchasing the new iPad, until he looked at the alternatives.
I was recently asked a question from a new Mac user about iCloud. I just bought as much space as I could on iCloud, can I back my Mac up to it? After searching long and hard for what I thought you can do, I came to the realization that you can’t. Not in OS [...]
With the latest version of Windows 8 in the wild, more information is starting to surface about the new OS. Unfortunately, not all of it is good news.
The story goes that at a company named Atros, the management was convinced that employees were wasting vast amounts of time doing email. So they flat-out banned all email. The result? Email use dropped by…