The reviews are in – but how can you tell which ones really count?
That traveler who is complaining about bugs on a Caribbean guestroom balcony may not realize that the problem is a function of the destination over the property itself. We must review the reviewer in a way before accepting their feedback as fact.
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This Sonoran Desert city is hot in more ways than one, a destination that mixes business and pleasure in a special way
CES 2021: BABY, IT'S A WILD WORLD!
The biggest tech show on earth sidestepped the pandemic this year to present the long and short view of a hopeful future
Looking for New England
With its intriguing history, wild natural beauty and excellent food and drink, Cape Cod’s appeal is all-embracing
BUILT TO LAST
Long known for its heavy industry, Pittsburgh has reinvented itself as a thriving tech hub
When you’re on the road, there are ways you can beat stress before it beats you
THE REVIEWS ARE IN
When it comes to buying travel, other people’s opinions count. But who can you trust?
Business aviation is looking for more from airport services – and today’s FBOs are delivering
Back on the Road
We all know travel can be a pain, but when it hits below the belt you need to know there’s something you can do about it
A Wee Dram
There’s more to love about Scotland’s favorite libation once you discover the magic
It’s easy to see why Barbados has long been favored as an escape to the sun
TWITTER TO ESTABLISH LEGAL ENTITY IN TURKEY, COMPLY WITH LAW
Twitter has announced it will establish a legal entity in Turkey in order to continue operating in the country, which passed a controversial social media law last year.
CONGRESS TO PRESS BIG TECH CEOS OVER SPEECH, MISINFORMATION
The CEOs of social media giants Facebook, Twitter and Google face a new grilling by Congress Thursday, one focused on their efforts to prevent their platforms from spreading falsehoods and inciting violence.
TEXAS AG SAYS PROBE TO CONTINUE DESPITE TWITTER LAWSUIT
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said that a lawsuit by Twitter won’t deter his office from investigating the content moderation practices of the social media giant and four other major technology companies.
iOS 14: HOW TO MAKE YOUR iPHONE ‘AESTHETIC'
BY USING SHORTCUTS TOGETHER WITH CUSTOM WIDGETS AND THE APP LIBRARY, YOU CAN BUILD A TOTALLY UNIQUE HOME SCREEN LOOK.
GOOGLE FIRES AI MANAGER WHO PROTESTED HER PEER'S DEPARTURE
Google has fired a leader of its artificial intelligence ethics team in the fallout from the recent departure of another former employee involved in the same field.
What Robinhood and Apple Have in Common
There’s a curious thread connecting Robinhood, Facebook, Twitter, and Apple this year: The technology companies are starting to take active responsibility for what happens on their platforms.
TWITTER POSTS STRONG Q4 RESULTS AS USER BASE, REVENUE JUMPS
Twitter posted solid results for the last three months of 2020, capping what CEO Jack Dorsey called “an extraordinary year” for the platform. New users signed on in large numbers to follow the world’s events in real time despite the challenges of election misinformation and intensifying calls to ban now former President Donald Trump.
Adam Banks DEC 1968 — NOV 2020
It is with great sadness that we say farewell to longtime Mac|Life writer Adam Banks, who tragically passed away in November last year. What he didn’t know about Apple wasn’t worth talking about. He was in charge of our monthly Random Access Memory and we know, from the many emails we get, that it was a favorite page in the magazine. Fellow Mac|Life scribe and good friend Craig Grannell pays tribute to the man who will be sorely missed
FLORIDA LAWMAKERS CHALLENGE SILICON VALLEY OVER ‘CENSORSHIP'
Florida lawmakers, including Gov. Ron DeSantis, intensified their battle with Facebook, Twitter and Silicon Valley when they announced new proposals this week aimed at reigning in platforms they accuse of squelching the free speech of conservatives.
UN CHIEF CALLS FOR REGULATING SOCIAL MEDIA COMPANIES
The United Nations chief called for global rules to regulate powerful social media companies like Twitter and Facebook.