On our last episode of Techbits Podcast we had started talking about OUTLOOK and EXCHANGE. One question was presented by my co-host Paul “The Mac Guy” Scott which was if thunderbird was able to connect to a exchange server. I was not totally sure but felt that yes it could. Here below is how to… Read More Thunderbird and Exchange
This year was a very interesting Keynote some big cheers and some very noticeable silence as well. Lets break this down. iOS 5 New notification system (Droid Like) Wireless OS Sync (Cutting the PC Cord) Improved Keyboard (Taken from Windows Mobile Phone with Ability to move added) News-stand (News rack with background d/l’s) Dictionary Support… Read More WWDC Wrap up
Watching the Keynote yesterday I heard Apple Claim that Safari is the most popular browser so I went searching for the real facts. In fact it is not. Even on my iPad I don’t use safari since it lacks some important features. Here are the facts, you be the judge. 2011 Internet Explorer Firefox Chrome… Read More Apple Claims Safari is most Popular Browser
This past weekend, Tech Bits which is the tech podcast that I host with Paul Scott, covered privacy in this technical era. What was covered was how our data, mostly from our phones are not secure and private in fact record a lot of information that can be pulled and used to trace your footsteps.… Read More Your Data and Privacy
Internet Privacy Roundtable.
After reading several articles and some chatting with friends in the tech world, it seems that apple has found themselves between a rock and a hard place. Linux which is what Mac OS X is based on (under the hood) has been based off of Open Source standards which has allowed Apple to repackage under… Read More Apple Losing Samba and other elements in OS X Lion