A worker at what appears to be an art studio scolded her co-workers for tricking her with an ersatz doorknob and a phony computer display.
Thin scroll bars, cookie consent messages, bloated web content, micro HDMI connectors, automated feature updates. These are the things that currently annoying Christopher Barnatt of Explaining Computers. Partly, it's linked to the fact that of course, Windows 10 is not an operating system. It's a number of operating systems that changes twice a year to… READ THE REST
Terence Eden reminds us that CSS—the basic, nothin'-fancy code used to style websites—has simple commands that prevents printing of websites using the normal print controls. You'd need to do something tiresome like edit the CSS with developer tools or screengrab pages to get the job done. I've tested this, and it works in Firefox, Safari,… READ THE REST
Oh, the horror! Wife trolls husband by screaming Alanis Morissette song for a month pic.twitter.com/G8H9jeLxdY — The Dad (@thedad) September 14, 2018 Image: Twitter READ THE REST
When you think Apple, it isn't unusual to instinctively think of those high-grade Apple devices like the iPhone, the iPad, the MacBook, and more. But there's a whole range of those lower-tier Apple products that don't often get the same attention as their more expensive brothers and sisters. Where's the love for the AirPods? Or… READ THE REST
In the past few years, the drone market has swelled with many competitors vying for top positions, but if you do the proper legwork, you can find some killer deals out there. Perfect finds can brilliantly straddle the line between fully loaded birds jammed with high-end features and a price tag that doesn't tear open… READ THE REST
The trick to shopping for web bargains is always knowing the best time to strike. Case in point: this collection of training bundles. They contain everything needed to be a premier IT guru, and they've dropped in price right in the middle of our Semi-Annual Sale. That means in addition to the deals, you can… READ THE REST