Amazon’s Kindle e-book readers are among some of the best bang-for-your-buck deals to come to the tech world in recent years. Before you find yourself taken aback at that rather bold statement, take a moment to consider just how much having a Kindle can save …continue reading
CCD and CMOS are two camera imaging technologies found in modern cameras and camcorders. Each of these technologies has its own set of pros and cons that are important to consider before throwing down your hard-earned cash on either one. So what are the differences …continue reading
It sure seems like having a set of headphones with microphone is a necessary part of communication online, especially if you play video games. Sadly, smack talk seems to have become the primary component of this so-called communication; we’ve all encountered some …continue reading
Have you ever bought a cheap USB microphone thinking that you’d suddenly get better quality audio from it? Yeah, I did that for three years. I went from cheap USB microphones to quite expensive wireless USB headphones with microphone. I’m no audiophile, but I can …continue reading
“Best photo editing sites?” you say. “You can do that on the Internet these days?”
Indeed! But that shouldn’t be surprising these days, should it?
Just carrying around a smart phone makes it easier than ever before to take digital photos anywhere and anywhen — …continue reading
What is a great program that rips your Compact Discs (CDs) into Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) files instead of the MP3 files? I know iTunes can do this, but I’d rather not use iTunes if that’s possible.
Have you ever heard the saying …continue reading
At LockerGnome.net, Mleates writes:
I do some HD videos that I upload to YouTube, plus I have kids. I want a camera that can do HD video and capture great stills. I’m more interested in still quality than anything else. I’m looking for …continue reading
At LockerGnome.net, Lestat611 writes:
How much bandwidth would I need to live stream 720p/1080p video and audio?
Bandwidth depends on the software you’re using to live stream. Different software providers use different codecs and those codecs can, and do, change the quality of the …continue reading
Omar Ibrahim writes:
I’ve been using iTunes for a while, and I have a huge library of songs. I really would like to get an Android device, but because of all the songs I’ve bought, I’ve been trapped in the iOS world. Is there a …continue reading
At LockerGnome.net, Smarron writes:
I’m looking into getting a new Ultrabook with:
Third-generation Core i5 processor (3 MB L3 cache and 1.7 GHz with boost up to 2.6 GHz) 6 GB DDR3 memory 500 GB HDD with 32 GB SSD
I mainly use iTunes, CyberLink …continue reading
At LockerGnome.net, Rhall95 asks:
Is there a way that I can wirelessly stream the screen from my desktop computer to my laptop, which is connected by HDMI to my TV? Can I do it for free?
Thanks in advance!
Great question! There are …continue reading