Joel Santo Domingo

Joel Santo Domingo is the Lead Analyst for the Desktops team at PC Magazine Labs. He joined PC Magazine in 2000, after 7 years of IT work for companies large and small. His background includes managing mobile, desktop and network infrastructure on both the Macintosh and Windows platforms. He is responsible for overseeing PC Labs testing, as well as formulating new test methodologies for the Desktops team.

Phoenix HyperSpace: Quick-Boot Your Laptop

On Nov. 5, Phoenix Technologies introduced a firmware product called HyperSpace, which allows PCs to run a number of applications separate from the operating system. What that means is...

Dell XPS 410 with ATI TV Wonder Digital Cable Tuner

ZIFFPAGE TITLEAt A Glance> ZIFFPAGE TITLEFull Review The Dell XPS 410 with ATI TV Wonder Digital Cable Tuner is the culmination of the things weve been promised for years: the ability...

Iomega UltraMax Hard Drive Courts Mac Pros

Its clear at a glance that Iomega designed its UltraMax 640GB hard drive ($340 direct) with the Mac professional market in mind. The UltraMaxs distinctive silver case and "cheese grater"...

High-Capacity External Hard Drives

Internal hard drives are getting larger, with capacities of 160-320GB standard even in PCs under $800. For "high-end" PCs or workstations, 400-500GB or even larger capacities are now common....

HPs Touch-Screen All-in-One PC to Debut at CES

This year may well herald the rise of the touch-screen. Weve seen previous attempts at integrating a touch-screen in an all-in-one PC, notably from Pelham Sloane and MPC, but those...

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Customer Empathy: Four Data Points for Understanding How the Pandemic Has Impacted the Customer Experience (CX)

The pandemic has impacted the customer experience in countless ways. Many everyday experiences that used to be physical (think dining out, buying groceries, or...

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