I decided to do some hardware upgrades this weekend, and as prices on SSD continue to drop, I found a pretty good deal at my local MicroCenter. The Crucial M4 256GB SSD normally retails for $239, but you save $50 instantly, and an additional $20 on a rebate, so you… Read More »Running with the Crucial M4 SSD
From the Windows Phone Developer Blog: “Windows Phone 8 is out, the tools are available, and devices are about to be released—it’s time to get coding. As an added incentive, for the next 8 days individual developers can register for a Dev Center account for just $8 (a 92 percent… Read More »Windows Phone 8 DevCenter Membership for Just $8!
Quite honestly, having been in the TAP for Windows 8 and having logged a lot of time using the product, I was frustrated because I felt lost when it came to finding something or executing a task. I shy away from the “Start” screen, the screen you see after you’re… Read More »Windows 8 in 3 minutes
I love my Dell XPS13. It’s by far my favorite machine ?that Dell has created. Prior to the acquisition of Compellent by Dell, I regularly used a MacBook Pro as my primary machine for both home and work. I like using the Mac OS, but I found the hardware to… Read More »Stupid Mouse Tricks with the Dell XPS13
Today marks the official release of Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango”. Around lunchtime, the status on the “Where’s My Update?” page for most carriers was switched to “Delivering Update”. Although I didn’t receive an OTA notification that an update was available, I got home and plugged my phone in and the… Read More »Mango Goodness Arrives sans Visual Voicemail on AT&T