I will be on vacation and off the grid until July 8. Bruceb News will be on hiatus.
For several days of my trip I’ll be completely inaccessible. Other times, I’ll be checking mail and messages and smiling quietly to myself as I put the phone away and look at the mountains and feel a sense of deep peace. […] continuedRead more
Oculus released two virtual reality headsets a couple of weeks ago. Doesn’t mean anything to you? Trust me – this is the most fun you can have with technology in 2019. I’ll try to describe it but more important: if you have a chance to get a demo of a VR headset, take advantage of the opportunity, even if you know full well you’re not the kind of person who will ever own something like it. […] continuedRead more
The traditional picture of a “gamer” is someone using a Sony Playstation, Microsoft Xbox, or a powerful PC, playing one of the AAA blockbuster titles that get all the attention and prestige. The console & PC games industry today is like the movie industry: dominated by a relatively small number of big-budget productions from major studios, primarily sequels in longstanding franchises, each one with a big marketing budget. […] continuedRead more
All of the interesting developments in technology in 2019 are happening in the video game industry, a result of new technologies combined with savvy marketing to draw in audiences of all ages, driven by far larger amounts of money than you realize.
Everything else in technology is on autopilot. Very little has changed in the two years since I wrote this in Technology Is Boring: “Our technology world is built around phones, computers, and ecosystems of services and apps. […] continuedRead more
If you use LastPass, you have to remember your master password. The company does not know the password and cannot help you reset it.
It’s part of the reason that LastPass is secure. If bad guys hacked into LastPass and stole all the data, they would get nothing; they wouldn’t be able to reset your password or see your information. […] continuedRead more
LastPass has learned some of the wrong lessons from its corporate parent LogMeIn, with price increases for LastPass Premium that land unexpectedly like tiny bombs on the credit card statement.TL;DR
No action needed. Most people use the free version of LastPass (still free!), and the Premium version is priced reasonably compared to the competitors. […] continuedRead more