Jeremy Kaplan

After several years at PC Magazine covering peripherals—,a diverse category including monitors, printers, hard drives, graphics cards, scanners, and more—,Jeremy A. Kaplan succumbed to his inner geek, launching the spin-off publication ExtremeTech Magazine. During the same time, he created a newsstand only one-off named DigitalLife, after the company's increasingly popular event. He is currently an executive editor at PC Magazine.

NTFS for Linux

Theres a fundamental barrier between fans of open-source software and the world of Microsoft Windows, and no, its not the $299 list price of Windows XP Professional. Its actually...

A View To High-Definition DVD

Just as DVD technology has taken hold in the market, with prices of players dipping as low as $30, sales going through the roof, and DVD movies blanketing the...

Flash Drives With Style

Flash memory seems to be everywhere, and Edge is trying to increase that ubiquity by unveiling a line of classy, multifunction flash memory products that conceal their utility within...

Colorful Iomega Micro Mini USB 2.0 Drive Offers Versatile App Platform

At first glance, you might think Iomega has spent too much time designing the Iomega Micro Mini USB 2.0 Drive and not enough time adding special features. Actually, its...

Gates Takes Pervasive Computing from DOS to Digital Devices

When Microsoft first started talking about the .NET strategy, the concept of "Web services" was somewhat difficult to grasp. While it was supposed to go beyond simply leading customers...

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