Recent Articles By David Winograd [RSS]
SCOtutor for Mountain Lion is two and a third hours of excellent video instruction presented by master teacher Don McAllister. David Winograd went through the iOS and Mac versions and was extremely impressed. Read this in-depth review and find out why you should be spending $5.99 on the best way to learn all the important nooks and crannies of OS X 10.8.
Many iPhone4S and iPhone 4 users are reporting widely varying amounts of battery drain since upgrading to iOS 6. Here is a survey of what is being reported.
If you're looking for a replacement for your earbuds or Apple EarPods, the Phiaton NC 20 NC noise canceling earphones are well worth a look. David Winograd took them for a spin and came back impressed in his in-depth review.
The Phiaton PS 210 BTNC is best sounding Bluetooth headset that David Winograd has ever heard. In his review of this best of breed device, he breaks down what it can do for you and why its $159 price tag isn't very high at all.
Scosche has packed a lot of features in an amazingly small package in their boomSTREAM Bluetooth speaker. David Winograd puts it through it’s paces and breaks down whether this has a place on the other end of your iPhone’s Bluetooth stream.
Size and the amount of space digital magazines require is just the tip of the iceberg. David Winograd digs deeper into the issues inherent in digital magazines, and their topsy-turvey market.
The Das Keyboard Model S Professional for the Mac is, on one hand, a throwback to earlier times. On the other hand it’s one of the best keyboards on the market right now. David Winograd takes a look and tells you why.
The more interactive and immersive digitai magazines become, the larger the file size, the longer it takes to download, and the harder it is to keep. David Winograd takes a look at this problem and its implications for the iPad.
The Maxthon Browser for the Mac is being released today in beta form. It’s far from perfect, but it has loads of potential and it can wind up being something very big in the Mac market. David Winograd takes a good look at what there is now and ponders what it might take for this to be a powerhouse browser given time and honest critical feedback from the Mac cognescenti. This is the first entry just such a discussion.