This week I talk to users of Verizon Wireless about the amazing VZ Navigator available on many Verizon phones. Really a great way to navigate and only carry one device. Listen in.
This week I revisit a topic I've touched on before. It's great for the government to say that cell phone use should be "hands free", but in order for it to happen, the voice answering systems have to cooperate. Listen in.
This week I talk a little bit about expanding the smartphone software reviews to includes "Apps" for the iPhone and iPod Touch. I also invite you to help me out. Listen in.
his week I take a quick look at the newly designed line of Apple notebooks. Just when I've become impressed with my MacBook Pro, they go out and make it better. Listen in.
This week I take one more shot at responding to all the emails I received regarding last weeks podcast. Hopefully this week I can make myself "perfectly clear" on Apple, Android, smartphones, and all the rest.
This week I respond to emails I received about the G1 Smartphone and the development of applications for Android as compared to iPhone. Listen in.
This week I take a quick look G1 Smartphone on the T-Mobile network, the first smartphone utilizing the Android platform developed by Google. Listen in.
This week I take a quick look at the new "Genius" feature added to iTunes version 8.x. Listen in.
This week I talk a bit about going "hands free" and how many companies could help by improving their voicemail menus. Listen in.
Dateline - 09.10.2008 - This week I talk a bit Blackberry "Bold" which is released in some areas and coming to AT&T and T-Mobile. This is one, powerful "smartphone." Listen in.
This week I talk a bit about the release of the new browser from Google called "Chrome." Lots of interest and speculation about Chrome today. I think this is going to prove to be a very interesting development as users start to look at Chrome. Listen in.
This week I respond to all the emails I received about my last two podcasts on the iPhone 3G and the Blackberry "Thunder." What's my perspective? Listen in.
This week I talk about the scoop on the next Blacberry device codenamed "Thunder." Is it an iPhone killer? Well, I don't know that it needs to be. Listen in.
This week I talk about the release of the iPhone 3G. After a visit to the Apple store I polled those standing in line to see what prompted them to wait in line to buy the iPhone 3G. Listen in.
This week I come to you live from the 18th annual Software Industry Conference, being held in Boston, MA. The conference officially begins tomorrow and I'm looking forward to an exciting week. Listen in.
This week II continue to talk about my new MacBook Pro and specifically about the program Garage Band. I'm just amazed at how easy the MAC, and all the programs that come with it are to use. Really a joy and you'll be hearing about the Mac for awhile. Listen in.
This week I tell you how I've turned to the "dark side" and purchased a Macintosh MacBook Pro. Just some of my first impresssions, but more to come. Listen in.
It's another exciting week for the geeks! Mozilla launches Firefox 3.0, Sweden adopts a law that allows government to eavesdrop on it's citizens, AP versus bloggers and we get Twitter signals from Mars... Come find out what else is hot this week in sites and services, freeware and shareware, media, the blogosphere and more!
The big news is the release of the iPhone 3G from Apple. This week I talk a bit about the new features and the new prices. Listen in.
Following up on my podcast from last week I talk about Nvida, ASus, Quanta, and others who are getting into the tiny laptop market. Seems that many of you are "going portable." Listen in.
This week I take a look at what to me is an interesting trend in laptops. There's fascination with 17" screens and the Eee PC as well. Listen in.
As part of my editorial series on Evernote 3 beta, this week I talk a bit about the program. Listen in.
Listen in this week as I talk about your chance to participate in the People's Choice Awards. Vote for the software you like best.
Around the holidays I started on a quest to do things better, to look into "going portable", and finding ways to be more efficient. Now, many of you have asked if I'd put up a summary of all those articles, so here it is.
This week I respond to a number of emails that have asked me about my philosophy on software reviews. Listen in.
This week I answer questions I received about Yahoo! oneSearch Voice.
I received so many responses to my podcast last week that I'm responding with more detail. Listen in.
A lot of you have asked me for my opinion on unlocked cell phones. I'm not sure why, but since you've asked this week I give my opinion on that topic. Listen in.
In working on my portable series I discovered Flickr, a great place to share your photos, for free. Listen in.
Listen in this week as I talk about Windows Vista and the need for all of us to look at it honestly. XP wasn't perfect in the beginning either.
This week I summarize where we're at in our editorial series on "going portable." With 3 articles and two podcasts I'm still not done. Listen in and find out what's next.
My podcast last week was a generalized talk about USB drives. All the emails I got from you indicated you want to know what I use. So, your wish is my command. Listen in and find out what I use.
As part of my editorial series on going portable, this week I talk about USB drives and recommend drives that support the U3 standard.
As I finish up my two-part series on Tucows Webmail I reflect on the reasons for looking at Web-based and portable applications. I hope you'll join me.
I've been on a journey to examine how I do things and to find better ways to do them. You'll recall that a month ago I decided to give Windows Vista another try. It's been interesting and fun. Listen in.
Finishing up my editorial series on switching to Gmail, this week I talk about the power that keyboard shortcuts give to Gmail.
As part of my editorial series on switching all my email to use Gmail I talk about a cook set of scripts collectively called Better Gmail 2. Listen in.
Join me this week as I talk about switching to Web-based applications for two weeks. Quite an adventure.
This week I talk about my return to using Windows Vista on my primary computer. This time I'm not going to give up so easily. Listen in.
This week I take a quick look at ProcessLibrary, which provides you with a FREE tool for finding out exactly what is running on your PC. Listen in.
As we swing into 2008 an I want to take a moment to make sure every visitor at Tucows knows that we are here to help. To provide quality editor and solutions for your problems.
As we approach the end of 2007 I look back at just some of the cool things that came on the scene this past year. I hope you'll join me.
To round off our 3-part series on email and Spam I talk briefly about my personal experience with ChoiceMail. Listen in.
This week I finish up my Rules for Happier Computing with Rule #14 - KNOW what your children on the computer and where they go online.
We're up to Rule #13 of my Rules for Happier Computing which states "Use passwords that you can remember, but that others can't guess. Listen in.
This week we near the end of my Rules for Happier Computing with Rule #12 - You can never have too much RAM! Listen in.
Learn about Rule #11 in my "Rules for Happier Computing" and always keep your hard drives defragmented.
Nearing the end of my "Rules for Happier Computing" this week we look at Rule #10. Listen in.
Forging ahead with my "Rules for Happier Computing." This week we look at Rule #9 - Have anti-virus and anti- spyware software on your computer and keep them updated!. Listen in.
When you buy a program for your computer at a retail store, usually installing it is a simple matter of popping in the CD and following the prompts. Downloading a program from a site like Tucows, however, can sometimes be a little less straightforward. Here's your step-by-step guide to installing software you've downloaded from the web.
Forging ahead with my "rules for happier computing." This week we look at Rule #8 - THINK and READ before you click. Be sure to listen in.
Continuing on with Rule #6 of my rules for happier computing. Be sure to listen in.
Listen in as I talk about Rule #5 of my Dr. File Finder's Rules for Happier Computing.
In this episode, we'll be looking at setting up a Bluetooth accessory, we'll offer a few power-saving tips and we'll take a quick look at how copy and paste works on the Samsung Galaxy SII 4G. view it
In this episode, we'll be taking a look at some of the pre-installed apps on the Galaxy SII including the Android Market, Gmail, the browser and the camera. view it
In this episode, we'll be taking a look at some of the Android tweaks that Samsung has made with its TouchWiz interface. We'll also take a look at adding widgets and app shortcuts to our homescreens, including Samsung's own specialized apps and widgets. view it
In this episode, we're going to take a look getting the SII setup with our Google and other accounts so we can begin using it right away. view it
The Samsung Galaxy SII 4G, AKA the Samsung Galaxy Epic Touch 4G, is a top-tier smartphone. view it
In this episode, we’re going to offer a few battery saving tips so your phone will last the whole day and beyond plus we’ll take a look at how copy and paste works on the Photon 4G. view it
The Motorola Photon from Ting features App Shortcuts and Widgets from Android and Motorola. view it