Parallels received its first iPad Pro the other day, and I was able to use it for a few days. Man that screen is big! The first thing I did was to install Parallels Access (version 3.0.2) from the iTunes App Store, and check out how well it works. I tested Mac apps, Windows apps, the […]
It seems like everyone today makes a branded phone accessory, and way too many of them generate that “This device is not supported” error when you plug them into your phone. Looking for some good accessories for the magic-computer-that-also-happens-to-make-phone-calls that’s always in your pocket? Here’s a list of some of my favorites that have all somehow […]
If you haven’t yet experienced that BLOOP then splash noise and the sinking realization that it was your smartphone—the magic computer you keep in your pocket that has ALL of your contacts, apps, direct access to your work computer, and GAMES —that just went into the water, then you‘re one of the lucky few. Resist […]
You’ve patiently waited for your contract to renew (or you not-so-patiently paid out of pocket) and got yourself a new smartphone! We all know that new phone feeling is pretty intoxicating, but what do you do with your old phone? You can’t just ditch it in the recycling bin—think of how many hours of Star Wars: […]
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You and I both know that work doesn’t always end when you walk away from your desk. If you’re anything like me, you have remote access to your files on your phone and at least a work and a personal email set up on your phone as well. It’s hard to walk away—but while we’re […]
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It’s almost Back to the Future day, and where are our hoverboards? (I’m kidding, I can only board without falling to my doom on video games like Sunset Overdrive!) While we don’t have true hover boards yet, you’d be surprised how much Back to the Future II got right about technology in 2015. Face-to-Face Phone […]
I recently returned from trips to Sydney, Singapore, Tokyo, Taipei, and Berlin to demonstrate Parallels Desktop 11 to the press, to partners, and others. (Other Parallels colleagues travelled to many other locations including New York, Washington D.C., San Francisco, London, Munich, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Seoul.) A worldwide, simultaneous launch of a new version of […]
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Have you found yourself on a mobile data plan where you’re down to the wire, straining to connect to the next door Starbucks Wi-Fi the last few days of each month? Buckle up—there’s one addition to iOS 9 that might suck up even more of your data. Wi-Fi Assist seems like a great idea, but […]
The news about the release of XenApp 7.6 and XenDesktop 7.6 is especially important because Citrix has made quite a few changes compared to previous versions. The move from IMA to FMA architecture resulted in several features being left out. Therefore, looking at this history, it is important for businesses to consider certain aspects before […]
Raise your hand if you’ve drained your battery more than once in a day! I love my smartphone, but I clearly use it more than what this little battery can handle. (I’m looking at you, Fallout Shelter—that game sucks more battery and time out of my day than anything else.) There are lots of tips […]
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