Scott McNulty

Scott McNulty

Scott McNulty is the author of many technology books, a Kindle enthusiast, and all an around righteous dude.

Why I dread going to the Apple Store

Scott McNulty has been to plenty of Apple Stores, but as time goes by he finds himself increasingly disenchanted with the experience.
10 years ago

TimePreserver 1.0

TimePreserver does just one thing: It creates a fully restorable copy of each Time Machine backup stored on a Time Capsule. But it performs that task well.
12 years ago

The iPod turns eight years old

Apple announced the iPod on October 23rd, 2001. On this, its eight birthday, we take a look back at the way iPods were.
13 years ago

Kodak runs out of ideas, turns to you

Kodak has launched a contest to help name its next pocket-sized camcorder, the successor to the Zi6 and Zi8 models.
13 years ago

iTunes 9: A wish list

It seems like a safe bet we'll see iTunes 9 unveiled some time in September. Scott McNulty weighs in on some rumored additions, and a few features he'd like to see.
13 years ago

iAntiVirus 1.0

If you're more concerned about Mac-specific threats on your personal Mac than with passing along Windows viruses to your friends, iAntiVirus is worth installing. It is free (for personal use), scans many files quickly, and isn't resource intensive.
13 years ago

Time Capsule

Apple's latest Time Capsules are what any good networking and backup devices should be: easy to set up, manage, and forget about. If you're replacing an older base station and want to use Time Machine to back up multiple Macs, the new Time Capsule is well worth it.
13 years ago

AirPort Extreme Base Station

The 2009 version of the AirPort Extreme Base Station packs in a ton of features, as well as speed, into a small, reasonably priced package. If you’re looking to replace your current Wi-Fi router, you can’t go wrong with the AirPort Extreme. If you’re running a small business, the new guest network feature alone might be worth the $179 price tag.
13 years ago