Tag: Computerworld

A revealing iPhone 11 headache

Sometimes, a mobile glitch is indicative of a much more pervasive issue. Such is the case with my recent iPhone 11 iTunes headache. I’ll drill down into the details of the iTunes situation in a moment — along with a fix that Apple tech support swore didn’t exist — but the bigger problem here is

A revealing iPhone 11 headache

Sometimes, a mobile glitch is indicative of a much more pervasive issue. Such is the case with my recent iPhone 11 iTunes headache. I’ll drill down into the details of the iTunes situation in a moment — along with a fix that Apple tech support swore didn’t exist — but the bigger problem here is

This month’s Win10 1903 patch throws ‘unexpected error; quitting’ and doesn’t play well with an Intel video driver

If you installed this month’s first Win10 version 1903 cumulative update, KB 4517389, you may be in for a couple of surprises. Mark Busby on AskWoody reported a strange bug shortly after the patch was released: After installing KB4517389 on these Windows systems, when opening 16-bit applications an error message is displayed “unexpected error; quitting.”

Google Forms cheat sheet

Do you need to make a quiz, survey, registration form, order form or other web page that gathers feedback from co-workers, customers, or others? If so, you can design and deploy it right from your web browser with Google Forms. It’s integrated with Google Drive to store your forms in the cloud. Using the quiz

Throwback Thursday: Hardware isn’t his thing

Senior programmer says his printouts are striped, and replacing the toner cartridge didn’t help, reports a pilot fish on the scene. Junior tech is dispatched to help, sees the striped printouts, and is fairly confident that it’s a problem with the toner cartridge. And when she opens the printer, she finds that the cartridge has

Can Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency survive the exodus?

After the withdrawal of seven of the 29 founding members of the Libra Association, the governing council for Facebook’s planned global cryptocurrency, the project’s fate  looks increasingly uncertain. PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, eBay, Stripe, Mercado Pago and Brooking Holdings have backed away from participation on the Libra Association; their hands were forced when  all members met

Train to be an in-demand DevOps pro for just $39

Tech companies are always looking for more ways to increase efficiency, and today, DevOps is the way they’re doing it. For the uninitiated, DevOps is a series of practices that brings software development teams together with IT operations professionals so they may create products that are both reliable and efficient. If you want to work
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