Someone over at Microsoft has been listening. With the anticipated release of Windows 10 they have brought back the Windows Start Button as well as a cleaner and organized start screen.
You might have the need to access data from an older hard drive or check the files in it from your MacBook Pro or iMac. This especially happens when you are migrating from your Windows-based desktops and laptops to Mac or want to retrieve data from a computer with failed hardware (save the HDD). There could be a large amount … Read More
Recently, a new version of an old Ransomware virus appeared in people’s inbox’s this past week. Calling itself Crypto Locker, the infection begins with a stealthily laid spam email disguised as a file transfer notice
If you’re still trying to wrap your head around the idea of using cloud computing as a benefit to yourself, or your business, consider that just about everything you do online is already part of large, giant, cloud called the Internet. Every time you get online to check your mail or listen to a song on Pandora, you are connecting … Read More
Announced on October 28th 2013 a new version of Google Glass is coming. Current users of Google Glass will be allowed to swap out their existing units for a newer version. People in the Google Glass program have been labeled “Glass Explorers” will also have the option to grant three friends invites to the Glass program.
With the new version of Mac OS X, Mavericks, Apple again makes strides in pushing for feature parity with their desktop and mobile operating systems. One of the big ways that OS X has done this is by integrating the philosophies of the App Store into itself, allowing you easy access to thousands of applications for your Mac.