In my last article, I wrote about how I made the transition from multiple remotes, to control devices, to the Amazon Fire Cube. A device I am still loving. To continue the story I dropped Spectrum Cable and move to Sony PlayStation Vue. Spectrum still provides my fantastic internet. Once again, I need to give … Continue reading Sony PlayStation Vue
The Amazon Fire TV Cube is the most amazing device I have touched since the original iPhone. When the original iPhone came out, I watched Steve Jobs stand on stage and tell us about this amazing device. I knew the world had changed forever because of what Steve Jobs was holding in his hand. I … Continue reading Amazon Fire TV Cube – A Magical Device!
This story is not an ad. I am not paid by privacy.com, and there is no incentive for me to write about them, except I think their service is a great idea, and it will keep your online shopping safe. I hope that everyone is using a password manager like LastPass. I committed to LastPass … Continue reading Protect your online purchasing with privacy.com
I have been waiting for Microsoft to update my Surface Pro to Windows 1809. The day is finally here! I have been wanting to try the new features, but I also decided I would wait until they rolled out to my machine. I guess a couple months late is better than never. Here are the … Continue reading Finally Windows 1809
This has been a real challenge for Adobe to get the rights to do ProRes exports from their product line, but I was just informed and this blog post confirms that ProRes exports are in the latest build of Adobe Premiere, and AME. This is fantastic considering some customers really want ProRes files as their … Continue reading Adobe adds ProRes 422 & 4444 support to Windows version of Premiere & AME
I received an email from Google telling me that Project Fi has become Google Fi. The big news is that it now supports "most Android Phones" and "Apple iPhones"! I have been a Project Fi user since it began, and I couldn't be happier. The service is great. Billing is understandable, and with my Pixel … Continue reading Project Fi is now Google Fi and supports Android and iPhone!
I had a machine that randomly decided that it was no longer activated. I have heard about some Microsoft server issues with activation so I gave it a few days and a few restarts to see if that would help. It didn't. I went into Settings > Update & Security > Activation but I had … Continue reading Windows 10 Not Activated?
Can an iPad replace a computer or does it need to? I find myself completely baffled by what I have seen in the media over the new iPad Pro. I don't own this device, so I am literally an observer, but the questions being asked, and the statements being made have me thinking hard about … Continue reading Can an iPad replace a computer?
Apple posted on 11/9/2018 that there is a possible issue with the display on the iPhone X. If you are having an issue with your display, or part of your display not responding to touch, please check this bulletin from Apple: https://www.apple.com/support/iphone-x-display-module-replacement-program/