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Why the design of the Macbook Air is timeless

Image Credit Paul Hudson via Flickr

Instead of bulldozing a prolix of facts about Apple’s business model, unique design teams and resilient grip on the computing markets, I’ve decided to go in a different direction.

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Why I love Twitter

Over the past six months or so I’ve been ruminating over the reasons why I love Twitter so much.  I’ve debunked my own assumptions and synthesized my reasons into a pithy list reproduced below: Simplicity Twitter’s learning curve is low.  The one

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Why the world needs to rethink touchscreen computing

Okay, close your eyes and keep them closed as you visualize this: it’s the spring of 2016 in New York City and Samsung has just released a new phone dubbed the Galaxy S8.  The media calls it the Galaxy Saint because

Posted in Hardware, Smartphones, Tablets Tagged with: