Did Google just ruin a good thing? Searches are now "more personal" but they can also be skewed and not give you what you are looking for. Read on to find out how to go back to the "old" (better) way of searching...
I really enjoyed this article about how iOS manages background apps. I must admit that after having a jailbroken iPhone 4 for over a year, I watched RAM use very closely. I tried to keep apps closed and even loved the "kill all" app that was available in the cydia store. Read it and learn how Apple deals with background apps. Great Info!
So I was at Target this weekend and I noticed that they are selling a microphone that is very similar to the audio-technics ATR2100-USB. This kit includes a set of earphones where as the ATR kit does not. If you need a podcasting kit for less than $100, this is a great start!
Mobile data traffic is set to explode, driven by more smartphones and tablets and the incredible growth of video traversing mobile networks. But a new video format is on its way, which could deliver the same high-quality video in half as many bits.
With routers, smartphones, tablets, and TVs expected to adopt Wi-Fi 802.11ac over the next few years, the upcoming Wi-Fi standard will be the linchpinch for wireless HD video streaming, says NPD In-Stat.
Lenovo announced ThinkPad laptops with cutting-edge technologies including Intel's upcoming third-generation Core processors and the Thunderbolt interconnect, which is currently found only on Apple laptops.
Samsung has launched a new accessory for your HDTV,the Samsung InTouch, which is an Android powered device designed to be used with your HDTV, and it then lets you make HD video calls in 720p through your HDTV.
This is really amazing! What a great reason for an update to an iPhone 4s. Other than not having the capability to zoom (as digital zoom doesn't count), the iPhone camera will handle about whatever you need to do on a day to day basis.
WireTap Anywhere is a professional, low latency audio tool that lets you take the audio output from any combination of Mac applications or hardware input devices, and route it into your favorite audio processing applications.
Spool is a new service aimed at addressing the problem created by the multi-device, multi-screen environment we now live in, where the content consumption experience can vary widely from platform to platform.