Edward C. Baig, delawareonline

Edward C. Baig

delawareonline

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • delawareonline
  • The News Leader
  • USA TODAY
  • The News-Star
Past:
  • The Shreveport Times
  • Ventura County Star
  • The Tennessean
  • Indianapolis Star
  • Enquirer
  • Yahoo Finance
  • Yahoo
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Rochester D and C
  • North Jersey News
  • and more…

Recent articles by Edward:

Why quitting tech and social media is harder than quitting cigarettes

We go digital to bank, invest, shop, socialize. In an age of too much tech and social media, how do we unplug from the Matrix and break bad habits? → Read More

Apple Card: Some people will get invitations to apply but rest broader release later this month

Apple is sending invitations to apply for its new Apple Card to those who showed interest when it was announced. Everyone else can apply later this month. → Read More

Looking for work? Your next job interview might just come by text message

Texting for a job instead of the more traditional screener phone call is becoming more common, and may take you deep into the recruiting process. → Read More

'Overwatch,' 'League of Legends' among games players report threats, hate speech, ADL says

A new ADL study found two-thirds of players in popular online video games such as 'Overwatch' and 'Fortnite' experienced severe harassment in games. → Read More

Divorce is hard. These 7 apps can make coordinating and communicating with your ex easier

If you're facing the end of marriage and beginning of divorce, these 7 apps can help with legal issues, sharing custody and getting over the sting. → Read More

Verizon has the fastest and best mobile network, study shows

Verizon wears crown for having fastest and most reliable mobile network, a study shows. Meanwhile, Verizon delivered the fastest downloads in Dayton. → Read More

Audible will let you 'read' an audiobook while you listen

Audible, the largest producer of spoken content, is launching a Captions feature that will let read-along to engage your ears, eyes and minds. → Read More

Twitter is coming back after worldwide outage

Twitter experienced an outage that knocked out the service around the world. → Read More

Twitter is down. Outage appears worldwide

Twitter is experiencing an outage that has knocked out the service around the world. No cause has been revealed. → Read More

iPhone 11: What to expect and why waiting may be your best option

There are already hints the 2019 iPhone upgrade cycle will be comparatively modest, with far more impactful changes, including 5G, coming in 2020. → Read More

DNA testing can share all your family secrets. Are you ready for that?

DNA testing at 23andMe and Ancestry balances a curious about one’s roots against concerns around privacy, security, and unwelcome surprises → Read More

UFOs: Where your state ranks for unexplained sightings

The five states with the most UFO sightings per capita are in the north, a new report says. The least frequent sightings of UFOs come from the south. → Read More

Before there was an Apple iPod, there was Sony Walkman. 40 years of music on the move

If you wanted to listen to music a generation ago, it wasn't in your phone. You likely did it with a Sony Walkman. The original debuted July 1, 1979. → Read More

Apple launches iOS 13 public beta: 10 reasons to get the software now if you're feeling brave

iOS 13 is the software at the core of iPhones. This latest program adds fresh features to the phone, from Dark Mode to improved Photos and Map apps. → Read More

Redirecting hate: ADL hopes Googling for KKK or jihad will take you down a different path

The Redirect Method uses ads and Google search to steer people away from extremist content to material that exposes the hatred of such groups → Read More

Apple voluntarily recalling batteries on MacBook Pro notebooks due to safety risk. What to do

Apple announced a voluntary recall of certain 15-inch MacBook Pro mostly sold between between September 2015 and February 2017. Batteries may overheat. → Read More

Trade tension: Apple warns Chinese tariffs would reduce its contribution to U.S. economy

In a letter to the U.S. Trade Representative, Apple said proposed Chinese tariffs would impact all the major products it sells, from iPhones to Macs. → Read More

What's the future for cash? Target register outages prove physical loot still has its place

Is cash on borrowed time? The outages at Target stores remind us that nothing beats cash when technology fails. → Read More

Google Calendar is back up following an outage that knocked out the calendar on computers

Users trying to access the widely used Google calendar from their desktops instead were greeted with a “Not Found Error 404” message. → Read More

You don't need fingers to use this television remote

Comcast launches a free X1 TV remote that lets customers with physical disabilities change channels, surf and sets recordings with their eyes. → Read More