For the last couple of weeks, I've found myself happily reaching for what is, objectively, the worst smartphone I own: the 2015 Moto G. There are several really good reviews of the Moto G out there already, so I'm not going to get into too many details; rather, I want to focus on a feature that, until now, has often been overlooked in the world of smartphones: value.
Despite multi-touch screens, voice interaction, and science fiction's promise of gestural operating environments, the primary ways we interact with computers are still through the firmly established keyboard and mouse. I've tested dozens of keyboards to finally find a couple I can claim to truly love, but the same level of passion has always eluded me when it came to mice. So when Logitech boldly proclaimed that they revolutionized the nearly fifty-year-old peripheral with the MX Master, I was
The new MacBooks are obviously optimized for portability which, in my experience, is not all that compatible with a myriad of ports and cables. But a computer that encourages the use of wireless connections and peripherals is a laptop that will almost always be within reach.
Obsolete and unreadable data formats are integral parts of the plot, but more importantly, each story explores a different aspect of the political and cultural dark age that is likely to result from attempts to not just preserve history, but control it.
I'll get right to the point: the T-Mobile iPhone 6 (and 6 Plus) from Apple (not from a T-Mobile store) works fine on the Verizon network. Just eject the T-Mobile SIM that comes with it, insert your Verizon SIM, and...