Editorials

Battery Drain: Mobility’s Achilles Heel

So who has never had this happen. You slip your phone in your pocket, bag or case, knowing that it has about 78% worth of juice in it. A few hours later your out with friends [...]

Surface 3: It’s a Tablet Stupid!

  Unlike the big tech sites, we meager folks at Mobility Digest have to wait for pre-orders of new devices to be delivered before we can get our grubby paws on them. For me, that’s May [...]

Can Microsoft Make a Usable Tablet OS?

Let’s be clear here, I’m not talking about hardware. Microsoft has done a fine job with the Surface line. Building durable good looking slates, with; kickstands, ample ports, powerful processors, beautiful displays, multiple cameras, abundant connectivity [...]

Will Windows 10 Lead To The Demise of Live Tiles?

Or, at least render them insignificant. Back in the Fall of 2010, Microsoft introduced the all new Windows Phone 7 OS with those fruity tiles. Live tiles, they called them. Having the ability to update on [...]

Dear Namecheap, you rock!

To: feedback@namecheap.com From: Doug Simmons ****@302.nyc Subject: Re: : Follow up: Need help with DKIM, SPF on 302.nyc Date: Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 12:14 PM While I write this about my recent support session with [...]

Is Seles Games Censoring Mobility Digest?

It’s no surprise for regular readers that Mobility Digest posting frequency has been somewhat lax for the past few months. While we have two dozen or so contributors, most of us are busy doing our thing [...]

And a Merry Christmas to You Too Sam Walton

I just got back from my annual Christmas quest to Sam’s, and not surprising, it was an experience. My Christmas shopping is pretty much done, but I can’t beat the price they have on Caribou K-Cups, [...]

Google News Snubs Celsius

Load Google News in the US. See that the weather thing on the right in Fahrenheit? There’s no way to fix that. By fixing, I mean to change the unit. Celsius is the Cadillac of temperatures. [...]

Microsoft’s Universal Apps Are Making This Guy LESS Productive

After touting Windows Phone for two years, no one was more excited in 2012 to see Windows 8 and that glorious Start Screen, with all those app tiles flipping about. While others may have seen a [...]

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What in the hell is that, right? Well, if you’re young, smart and more driven to succeed than I was, hit the books son and learn how to read, write and apply that tier of math because [...]