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About Daryl

Daryl Deino has been a technology enthusiast since 1995 and has written for several newspapers and technology sites. Please reach him at [email protected]

The Difference Between Water-Resistant and Waterproof

Many products these days claim to be either water-resistant or waterproof. Is there a difference? You better bet! A product that is water-resistant is good for exercise and will survive sweat. It may also survive getting slightly wet from the … Continue reading

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What About The Dell XPS 15 9570?

Every fall (or early winter), Dell releases an updated version of the XPS 13. This year’s model was a significant upgrade from previous years, and it even came in an all-white version as well. A lot of people were looking forward … Continue reading

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Corning Unveils Gorilla Glass 6, Which May Be Used On New iPhones

This morning, Corning debuted the 6th generation of their very profitable Gorilla Glass. Mac Rumors has the news. “Corning this morning unveiled its next-generation Gorilla Glass product, Gorilla Glass 6, which it says offers “unprecedented protection against multiple drops” and better protection against … Continue reading

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Dream Come True: Full Version Of Adobe Photoshop Coming To iPad Pro

Why has it taken so long for Adobe to release a full version of Photoshop for the iPad? There are other alleged “desktop” photo applications you can use on the iPad Pro or iPad (though they run way too slow … Continue reading

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The 2018 MacBook Pro (13-Inch) Is A Worthy Upgrade

Yes, I was a skeptic earlier this week, but now that I’ve had the 13-inch MacBook Pro in my hands for two days, I am impressed with the minor (but important) improvements. I’m specifically reviewing the version that has the … Continue reading

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The New MacBook Pro Updates Don’t Address Consumer Concerns

Well, it happened. People have been waiting for Apple to update the MacBook Pro for a long time. There were hopes that they would fix the keys. There were hopes that they would add speed and memory, especially to the … Continue reading

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The Google Pixel 3 Is Coming

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL, released in 2016, surprised many. This blog described the Pixel XL as the “iPhone” of the Android world, and others praised the phone as well. When the Google Pixel 2 was released, the praise … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s Upcoming $400 Tablet Could Be Apple’s Nighmare

When Microsoft introduced the Surface tablet that ran Windows RT in 2012, they set themselves up for failure. The company introduced a tablet to compete with Apple’s iPad. It’s lowest price was $500 with the Touch Cover. The main problem … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s Pocketable Dual-Screen Surface Device Is What We Need

Technology has been somewhat boring lately, but Microsoft is about to fire things up. According to The Verge, Microsoft has been working on a dual-screen pocketable Surface device for at least to years that has the codename of “Andromeda.” “It’s … Continue reading

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Apple’s MacBook Pro Butterfly Keyboard Runs Into Issues

Apple’s Butterfly keyboard is causing problems. The MacBook Pro with Touch Bar has been discussed on this blog many times, and most of the discussions are positive. The Butterfly keyboard did have a two-day learning curve for me, but I … Continue reading

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