Tag: How-To Geek

AirDrop Not Working? Here’s How to Fix It

Aleksey Khilko/Shutterstock AirDrop lets you send files, photos, and other data between iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Like all wireless tech, though, AirDrop can be temperamental. And getting devices to “see” each other can sometimes be a challenge. Here’s how to troubleshoot common AirDrop problems. What Is AirDrop? AirDrop is Apple’s proprietary method of sending files

10 Perfect Last-Minute Treats for a Halloween Party

JeniFoto/Shutterstock Don’t get tricked into spending hours on treats. Whether you’re seeking spooky sweets or savory snacks, we’ve got 10 things you can throw together fast. And they’re all perfect for that Halloween party you forgot all about. Maybe it’s Thursday evening, and you just found a flyer in your son’s backpack that says he

Did Linux Kill Commercial Unix?

Michael Vi/Shutterstock.com Sales of commercial Unix have fallen off a cliff. There has to be something behind this dramatic decline. Has Linux killed its ancestor by becoming a perfectly viable replacement, like an operating system version of Invasion of the Body Snatchers? The Beginning of Unix The initial release of Unix occurred fifty years ago

This New Essential Phone Looks Wild, Man

Essential If you follow mobile phone design, you’re familiar with Essential, an indie manufacturer that lit up the tech press but failed to find commercial success with its first phone. The company is showing off a new concept on Twitter. While the first Essential phone kept the same basic slate profile of a modern smartphone

This New Essential Phone Looks Wild, Man

Essential If you follow mobile phone design, you’re familiar with Essential, an indie manufacturer that lit up the tech press but failed to find commercial success with its first phone. The company is showing off a new concept on Twitter. While the first Essential phone kept the same basic slate profile of a modern smartphone

This New Essential Phone Looks Wild, Man

Essential If you follow mobile phone design, you’re familiar with Essential, an indie manufacturer that lit up the tech press but failed to find commercial success with its first phone. The company is showing off a new concept on Twitter. While the first Essential phone kept the same basic slate profile of a modern smartphone
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