Imagine wearing a camera that wasn’t entirely suspicious looking and having a 5 MP photo taken of whatever it is you’re facing twice a minute, every minute of every day. That might sound a little creepy, or perhaps even a bit Orwellian, but the makers …continue reading
Archives for November 2012
For those of you who are using a smartphone powered by Google’s Android version known as Gingerbread, you are most likely aware of some of the issues that may plague this older operating system. Gingerbread was first introduced several years ago by Google and is …continue reading
Imagine being able to hand someone a business card that has all the contact information and supporting documents you’d like someone you’re hoping to do business with to have. What if you were able to rip off a piece of that business card and …continue reading
Buying a smartphone these days usually comes down to a list of compromises. It is up to you to choose which set of compromises is more acceptable to your daily life. The decision can be difficult. Smartphone owners have to consider several factors including carrier, …continue reading
Sometimes, I get emails asking simple questions that I’m able to answer. And then other times, well, it helps to bring in the community. Has anyone else experienced what our friend Farhan encountered here?
Hello, Chris. I hope you are doing well. …continue reading
There are a group of companies scattered throughout the world that are going to make major changes to the way we live and play. These companies are going to be building machines that were once only fictionalized in futuristic novels or comic books that many …continue reading
A lot of people look at function over form, but there are also others who take form over function seriously. It’s never a sin to want to look good and have a lot of cool factor sprinkled over one’s head — especially if that someone …continue reading
If you’re a long-time Android user considering making the switch to iOS, there are some thing you can do to make the process a little easier. We received email recently from one of our readers asking some questions regarding the process of making the switch.
As president, Ronald Reagan always had a welcoming jar of jelly beans on his desktop and there was never any doubt that the President enjoyed the nostalgia that these candies brought to his mind. This type of desktop offering is already available to those of …continue reading
Indy speedway, here we come! For those with the love for speed, you know how thrilling it is to watch the scenery pass by with lightning speed.
However, for some of us, these thrills have been relegated to our gaming applications and/or consoles. To best …continue reading
Upgrading your PC from Windows 7 to Windows 8 Pro is fairly straightforward. What I found to be a little less intuitive is the process for deleting the Windows.Old file that contains old program and operating system data carried over from Windows 7.
This folder …continue reading