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About 2 years back, I read this article on Michael Degusta's personal blog. It was a revelation.
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Should polygamy be legal among consenting adults?
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It's almost hard to remember a time when Apple's built-in Mail app was the only iOS game in town, but a new third-party contender named MailDeck is looking to tackle IMAP accounts with desktop efficiency.
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Mac: Email can be organized in all kinds of ways, but if you treat your email like a task, Mail Pilot is a great app for organizing it on the iPhone .
CompanionLink, the #1 download for Google Calendar Sync, is now an Outlook Plugin! With over one million downloads and backed by free US-based telephone support, CompanionLink for is a dependable way to synchronize any version of Microsoft Outlook to Gmail Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, and Groups.
At first blush, it may not be obvious what's different about JumpCam, an app for taking and sharing short videos.
Those who signed up for the new Google Wallet debit card at the end of November are now receiving their cards in the mail, following the Thanksgiving holiday here in the U.S. This MasterCard-powered prepaid debit card allows you to link your online Google Wallet balance to a real, plastic card you can use at point-of-sale, at ATMs, or anywhere else ... (more)
Big monitors rock, whether as a primary display for your desktop or a secondary one for your laptop.
If you're thinking of getting someone a new, name-brand tablet for the holidays, but blanch at spending base prices of $229, $399 or $499, Dell is hoping you'll look its way.
It shouldn't be too much of a surprise that Apple's mid-priced phone is encroaching on Google 's Android.
This week's Daily Record column is entitled "2013 holiday gift ideas for tech-savvy lawyers."
Before the launch of business news site Quartz in September 2012, a blog post explained that anyone mentioning the site on Twitter would light up the newsroom .
But I'm not one afraid to eat my words, especially when I think they might be useful to others.
Today in international tech news: A Chinese rover is heading for the moon. Also: the Netherlands' privacy watchdog says Google is breaking the law; the week's first Snowden revelation paints Australia as an eager data-peddler; Beijing declares victory over online rumors; and Vodafone Iceland is hacked.