I read online today that Microsoft was going to try and compete with Google and the Chromebook. Well this sounds interesting, but I can’t help but think about how much of a mess people have already made of cloud computing. How something that was supposed to make life easier for people, somehow made things even more confusing. It certainly has introduced a whole new slew of IT style problems for me to solve, which I admit can be fun.. BUT Continue reading “Clouded Cloud Users.”
My new iMac is an incredible machine, but in the same way that all my past macs were incredible. It does the work I need it to do, with limited to no issues at all. The large screen real-estate is always welcomed, and now with the super high resolution, it makes my life even easier… BUT Continue reading “5K iMac Madness”
Every time I stepped foot in to our name brand electronics store, I would instinctevely make my way towards the latest Apple products neatly arranged for my viewing pleasure. How can you not be interested in the latest Macs just sitting there waiting to lure you in to paying top dollar for the latest in design and function. This is where I can almost hear those die hard PC fans moaning and groaning about the Apple tax people like myself are more than willing to doll out for a reliable machine. YES, yes I am aware of the trendy tax! That being said, I like to think of that Apple area as a mini geek’s playground! You get to click on the keyboards.. you get to swipe on the glass surfaces! You get to imagine how lovely these babies would look on your, desperate for an upgrade, work station. I fall for it every time!
I’m sure there were plenty of people glued to the screen, as the latest Apple live stream rolled out across the inter-webs. I was eager to see what they’ve been up to with the beloved MacBook Pro line of notebooks. How amazing it is to witness technology move ahead so rapidly, and how refreshing to have a company un-apologetically guide users forward. With the release of the 2015 MacBook, there was no shortage of complaints about the lack of ports on the super light laptop, but that type of griping is not unusual. The tech blogs, and Facebook feed lit up with the all too familiar moans and groans about how Apple has made the mistake of reducing it’s products to very few ports for peripherals. Continue reading “The MacBook Moves Ahead!”