Same Phone Lines, Different Results

As of this Spring, these are the flagship phone lines offered by Apple and Samsung: The two companies have remarkably similar lineups in terms of prices, features, and even names. Both companies have the clear ‘Main” phone, the same thing but bigger, and then the cheaper one with one fewer

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Microsoft Office for iPad: My Beginner's Guide

My overview of Microsoft Word for the iPad over on The Sweet Setup: Microsoft Word on the iPad is currently a solid app. It has the core functionality nailed down. Editing documents is as pleasant as it’s been on any version of Word I’ve used in my lifetime.

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On Foldable Phones

We’ve seen a bunch of companies unveil their foldable phones over the past week and I will be getting precisely zero of them. On the one hand, I have no place for one of these in my life right now. On the other hand, I also don’t have

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And Despite All Those Things, I Love It

I use a Mac at work amongst a sea of Windows and Linux fans. As such I sometimes get drawn into friendly banter about why Macs are terrible and Apple is the worst. As a long time Apple fan, none of this is new to me, this is just how

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Buying a Hammer

Imagine you are doing some work around the house and realize you need a hammer. You don’t have one yet, and you need to get something; what do you do? Odds are you will probably drive down to your local hardware store and buy the first hammer you see

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Keyboard Micro-Review Collection

My wife tells me I have a keyboard problem. You know what, she’s probably right, as I have more keyboards than I really need, but I’m always on the look out for the perfect solution for me. In light of this, here are all the current keyboards I

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My favorite tech buys from 2017

I haven’t done something like this in a long time, but I thought it would be fin to look back on some of my favorite tech purchases from 2017. Not that it matters, but I loosely sorted these by joy they’ve brought me this year. AirPods My review.

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Don't Get Too Used to Net Neutrality

The FCC’s Ajit Pai on net neutrality's place in the Trump administration: The commission "need[s] to remove outdated and unnecessary regulations... We need to fire up the weed whacker and remove those rules that are holding back investment, innovation, and job creation," Oh, fuck you. This doesn't square

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