Smart contact lenses are coming. There are no products on the market today and no one can predict how quickly the technology will be ready for public use, but it may be sooner than you think.
If the technology can be developed, smart contact lenses have the potential to solve what I call the interface problem. […] continued “Smart Contact Lenses And Our Science Fiction Future”Read more
If you see the above message – “The HoeflerText font wasn’t found” – it is a lie. If you click on the “Update” button and run the executable named “Chrome_font.exe” or “Chrome Font v7.5.1.exe”, you will install malware on your computer, most likely ransomware that could take down your entire company. […] continued “Security Warning: Be Suspicious Of Everything (Including Fonts)”Read more
Google Chrome is a web browser. I kind of vaguely knew that it could do other cool tricks.
I stumbled on a pretty amazing Chrome app that I’ve been overlooking for five years. Sometimes it seems like Google is having all the fun with new technology.
With Chrome Remote Desktop, you can control a Windows or Mac computer remotely from almost any other device: another Windows or Mac computer, a Chromebook, an iPhone or iPad, or an Android phone or tablet. […] continued “Tales Of The Unknown, Volume 17: Chrome Remote Desktop”Read more
Dropbox has begun to roll out important improvements in its services for business. In particular, Dropbox team folders finally make Dropbox a viable competitor for Box for shared online company folders.
Some background before we get to the new features.
Although Microsoft and Dropbox try to make things fuzzy, the reality is that OneDrive and Dropbox were both built to hold files owned by individuals. […] continued “Dropbox Finally Adds New Business Features”Read more
Chromebooks are poised to change the world. Delicately balanced. Teetering on the edge. Any day now, they’re going to take off. Whoosh! Any day now.
Chromebooks are low-cost laptops that run Google’s ChromeOS instead of Windows. ChromeOS is basically the Chrome web browser taught a few new tricks and dressed up so it works with laptop hardware. […] continued “Chromebooks Will Change The World (Someday. Not Today.)”Read more
This is a tip that is basic, elementary, beginner level. Unless you don’t know it, in which case this will help you feel centered and peaceful – slightly radiant, really.
Google Chrome syncs open tabs, bookmarks, and browsing history to all your devices.
That’s it. Doesn’t sound like much, does it? […] continued “Google Chrome Gives You That Syncing Feeling”Read more
Fujitsu has made the best small business scanner for many years. You should have one on the desk of every employee who deals with paper.
The Fujitsu iX500 was introduced almost eight years ago. It was designed so well that it is almost unchanged today, and it continues to be the best choice for home and small business use. […] continued “Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 Is Still The Best Small Business Scanner – Now With Extra Cloud”Read more
Microsoft has a problem with names. It needs to seek help. I would suggest sympathy but I’m not feeling very sympathetic.
If you’re an old timer, you may remember when Outlook was a mail program that ran on Windows computers. Those were simpler times.
It’s still that, of course, but it is so many more things now! […] continued “A Multitude Of Outlooks (And A Rant About Microsoft Names)”Read more