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What Happened When I Switched From Macs to Windows

What Happened When I Switched From Macs to Windows

My household growing up was a PC household. We all used Windows computers every day. I stayed with Microsoft throughout my college and grad-school years too. It was what I knew, and it worked. Then, in 2008, I was producing a video series, and it suddenly fell on me to start editing. The team had…
What the heck happened with .org? – The Mozilla Blog

What the heck happened with .org? – The Mozilla Blog

If you are following the tech news, you might have seen the announcement that ICANN withheld consent for the change of control of the Public Interest Registry and that this had some implications for .org.  However, unless you follow a lot of DNS inside baseball, it might not be that clear what all this means.…
27 Days in Tokyo Bay: What Happened on the Diamond Princess

27 Days in Tokyo Bay: What Happened on the Diamond Princess

Before dawn on the 5th of February, Captain Gennaro Arma sipped espresso in his tidy office, wondering how bad the news would be. He wore a crisp black uniform with shiny brass buttons and lifted the tiny cup with fingers swathed in cheap latex gloves. The passengers on the Diamond Princess were mostly asleep, and…
What the hell happened to Mint?

What the hell happened to Mint?

Intuit’s Mint personal-finance service wants me to know it’s sorry. Again.“We’re sorry!” its investments page bleats when I try to view my mutual funds’ performance. “Our graphs require the latest version of Adobe Flash player.”That site has spent years apologizing to me for needing Adobe’s vulnerability-riddled plug-in: since I long ago booted Flash from my…

What Happened in the 2010s

My friend Steve Kane suggested I take a longer view in my pair of year end posts this year: What, no decade end/decade ahead posts? 😕— Steven Kane (@stevenkane) December 26, 2019 And so I will. Here are the big things that happened in tech, startups, business, and more in the decade that is ending…
Sony in 2019: everything that happened, from the spellbinding to the surreal! – Digital Camera World

Sony in 2019: everything that happened, from the spellbinding to the surreal! – Digital...

Home News (Image credit: Rod Lawton/Digital Camera World) Sony has become one of the biggest camera makers in the market following the launch of its full frame mirrorless cameras in 2013, but 2018 saw some serious competition from Canon, Nikon and Panasonic. What would Sony do in 2019 to fight back?Sony launches a new APS-C…
As 2019 closes, a look back at what happened to the altcoin boom

As 2019 closes, a look back at what happened to the altcoin boom

Hello and welcome back to our regular morning look at private companies, public markets and the gray space in between. Today we’re peeking at what’s gone on in the world of altcoins recently, the other cryptocurrencies aside from bitcoin. As 2016 came to a close, altcoins like ether and XRP saw their value soar. Toward…
What happened in 2019 – the year in cameras – Digital Camera World

What happened in 2019 – the year in cameras – Digital Camera World

Home News (Image credit: Digital Camera World) For all the exciting new kit and technological innovations it ushered in, it’s difficult to look at 2019 without feeling a bit of a pit in the stomach. The year started off with the starkest of prognostications, as Canon CEO Fujio Mitarai warned in January that the camera…
Whatever happened to the Next Big Things? – TechCrunch

Whatever happened to the Next Big Things? – TechCrunch

In tech, this was the smartphone decade. In 2009, Symbian was still the dominant ‘smartphone’ OS, but 2010 saw the launch of the iPhone 4, the Samsung Galaxy S, and the Nexus One, and today Android and iOS boast four billion combined active devices. Today, smartphones and their apps are a mature market, not a…
Whatever happened to the Next Big Things?

Whatever happened to the Next Big Things?

In tech, this was the smartphone decade. In 2009, Symbian was still the dominant ‘smartphone’ OS, but 2010 saw the launch of the iPhone 4, the Samsung Galaxy S, and the Nexus One, and today Android and iOS boast four billion combined active devices. Smartphones and their apps are a mature market, now, not a…

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PS5 specs leak also confirmed one of the features you want...

An extensive report addressed a huge PS5 and Xbox Series X specs leaked, providing more details about how those hardware details were uncovered, and explaining the kind of performance expected from this year’s new console. We’ve always known the next PlayStation and Xbox will be a lot more powerful than their predecessors, thanks to a…

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