Apple’s MacOS: Inching toward perfection

BitDepth#940 for June 10 Technology keynotes are a special breed of business presentations and keynotes targeting developers are a very special subset of these theatrical sales […]

We the publishers

BitDepth#939 for June 03 Normally, I’ve got just one answer. WordPress. The question tends to be some variation of “I really have to get my stuff […]

Are you sitting down?

Above: Steelcase’s Matt Williams (centre) demonstrates the consolidated controls of the company’s new adjustable office chair, the Gesture. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#938 for May 27 It’s […]

The Finn’s finale

BitDepth#937 for May 20 I’m quite fond of that very old Trini saying, “time is longer than twine.” You’ve got to be of a certain vintage […]

Data wrangling for dummies

BitDepth#936 for May 13 By the time you read this I’ll be hip deep in hard drives, wading my way through terabytes of data again, searching […]

Licks, spreading like fire

BitDepth#934 for April 29 By now, there’s unlikely to be a single person in T&T who’s on Facebook who hasn’t had that video of a 12-year-old […]

Lubricating Samsung’s Gear

BitDepth#933 for April 22 In creating a smaller Gear device, Samsung has chosen to sacrifice the potential of the new Gear line, which run Tizen, an […]

Gear Fit

Samsung gears up again

BitDepth#932 for April 15 So I’ve been wearing a watch. It’s been 40 years since I last closed the strap for a timepiece around my wrist, […]

What’s Samsung really up to?

BitDepth#931 for April 08 Last week, perhaps not coincidentally on April 01, Samsung brought its World Tour previewing the newest version of its flagship smartphone, the […]