Is this any way to treat Windows Phone faithfuls? Microsoft's eagerly awaited update won't come to the newer, better phones until 2015.
Reader Michael Downend is having difficulty ridding his Mac of a utility he no longer desires. He writes:
I've worked at a lot of different jobs in my life, but there are a few I'd never like to try: picking crops on a farm, working in a chicken processing plant, and working in any kind of factory. The relentless assembly lines and the noise of the machines would be hard to deal with. Even those factories without deafening machines still seem like harsh places to work, if only because of the cadence they impose on employees.
Instagram made good on its promise to delete spam accounts that have plagued the service and other social networks like Twitter. Sounds like a positive move, right? Well, the sudden evaporation of millions of fake users is enraging Instagram fans who care about things like high follower counts.
The free tool will put your files, photos, and contacts in the cloud--but not your apps, of course.
Another iOS update, another round of bugs. This time, a recent update to iOS 8 deleted ringtones and alert tones. I explain how to get them back. I also look at using multiple Apple IDs in the iTunes Store and App Store, discuss not being able to block iTunes Radio, and look at a question about moving an iTunes library to a new Mac while retaining metadata.
Comcast is so over 3D, because the new attraction in HDTV technology is 4K, also known as UHD.
If you haven't done this with your router yet, do so STAT to make sure it's nice and secure.
Canonical pushed back its promised 2014 Ubuntu Phone launch to polish the interface and account for manufacturing hold-ups.
More than 100,000 Wordpress websites have been compromised as a result of unused or insecure plugins.