Archive | January, 2012
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Our Brian Burgess shows you how to show hidden files and folders in any version of Windows XP and up — all the way to Windows 8.
Will Amazon and Facebook nuke the world? Who knew this would be how that Mayan 2012 prophecy would play out? In his tech news roundup for January 31, 2011 — the last day of the first month of our final year on Earth — Eric Mack rants. Here’s why.
On this X3, hosts John C. Dvorak, Andrew Eisner and Joe Engo talk about Apple’s incredibly profitable year.
IBM buys Israeli firm Worklight and opens up the beta for its IBM Endpoint Manager for Mobile Devices, new tools in its arsenal to help IT better control and secure employees’ tablets and mobile devices. Chris Miller knows why.
A New Domain intro from Chris Miller on Vimeo. Chris Miller is our senior editor, podcaster and a key member of our IT/WP site building staff. Based in St. Louis, he hosts theSocialGeeks, one of our favorite shows. Check it out right here.
I loved this picture today. It is also picture of the day for January 31, 2012, on UK Wikipedia. Photo courtesy: Richard Wheeler and Wikimedia Commons
Amazon Kindle Fire’s success means a hard decision for app developers — and major trouble for Google and its Android 4.X Ice Cream Sandwich. Our Paul Bonner says why.
Apple engineers must prove their loyalty working on fake products, MegaUpload data is about to disappear and Kindle Fires are on fire. It’s good to be back and ranting in today’s roundup.