The legendary Commodore 64, the VIC and the Amiga are back and better than ever.
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While you may not be using a Mac for business and other workloads, your PC might look like one on the inside.
The latest generation of iPhone and Android hardware supports the fastest charge technologies possible. But don't just use the cable and charger that come in the box.
ZDNet's 20th anniversary: Thinking about the computer industry from a 20-year perspective makes my head hurt, a lot.
Do we need to completely rethink the entire commodity and utility computing platform itself? Do we need a fresh start?
Shortly after I posted my diatribe on my problems with my DIRECTV HD receivers and the company's horrible customer service, I was contacted by Stuart Sweet, a moderator on a popular Satellite TV forums site, DBSTalk. Apparently, my post had created quite a stir and I was asked to register on the site in the hopes that the online community could help me out.
Linux is getting popular even with the staunchest Unix-heads.
A dear friend called to tell me that his holiday -- and his $3,000 laptop -- was ruined by incompetent bench technicians and customer reps playing the blame game at his local Apple retail store.
Sure, a sexy device matters. But without developer superheroes, the mighty RIM will meet its demise.
Hurricane Irene severed all power to my town and forced me into using mobile technology as my main link to the outside world.