The iPod Classic is was great. It was fit-for purpose and did exactly what you wanted it to. It’s 6th-generation was awesome and offered 160GB of uninterrupted storage, a single headphone jack, and proprietary but outdated 30-pin connector. That’s it. May we ever remember the iPod Classic.
With the release of Office for iPad finally here, things are getting interesting in post-Ballmer Microsoft. The world’s most popular productivity suite is now available on the world’s most popular tablet.
I value freedom. Freedom to find what works best for me and stick to it. I even value the freedom to change my mind, go to the other side, only to run back to where I came from. It’s beautiful, its choice, its freedom. But they would undo this freedom – those who collect of
I’ve always wanted this mouse. I even wanted the Arc Mouse it replaces too. Gladly, I’ve had it for a month, and although I’m late, I’m probably in love – I think.
App Stores. They’re great, they’re bloated, and they’re important. But I have one question: How did we get here?