Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Rumor: Samsung to Unveil Galaxy S6 Next Month

Rumor: Samsung to Unveil Galaxy S6 Next Month:





Anymore a new smartphone has the shelf life of a gallon of milk, no sooner does a phone hit the market and within months, it hits the discount shelf to make way for the new model.



Samsung is rumored to have it's Galaxy S6 ready for a January debut according to sources, read up on what this new phone could have to offer.







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Monday, October 27, 2014

Sony comes back with a smartphone for Verizon - Sony Z3V





Sony is back with a big phone with a lot of features, how will it fare against the iPhone 6 or the upcoming Nexus 6? Probably not very well, but this review will get you familiar with the phone.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Google and Apple develop secure systems to the dismay of the FBI







It used to be that the US government could snoop on a mobile phone pretty much at will, but those days are gone as Google and Apple have developed new secure protocols for their products, much to the dismay of law enforcement who had sought continued free entry into any phone at will.


Read more about this story as it appears in the Washington Post about the new super secure protocols. 

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Skype demonstration with language translator is awesome




Watch an awesome display of what the new upcoming version of Skype will be able to do. Now speaking a foreign language will be no problem no matter what language you speak.

Recorded at the Microsoft Worldwide Partners Conference on July 21, 2014.

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Google CEO: Fight Unemployment With Job Sharing - InformationWeek

Google CEO: Fight Unemployment With Job Sharing - InformationWeek:







We've yet to see Google bike make the rounds at the stores, is this talk of Google Car now just as much hype?










Google's idea of a perfect world is making the rounds in the news this week. There is talk of not owning a car anymore because you probably won't need one Google's perfect world. I would like to see that, "hey I need to go down to the grocery store, Google car please pick me up."





Now, you can share a job, don't worry though we won't cut your paycheck!



Read all about this and more in this Information Week article.









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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Apple Agrees to Buy Beats - WSJ.com

Apple Agrees to Buy Beats - WSJ.com:











Why would Apple want Beats when their audio products have always been really good by themselves?



Find out more about the $3B deal right here in the Wall Street Journal article link.









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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Sunday, April 20, 2014

How undersea technology is finding long lost WWII bombers that were never accounted for

How BentProp and undersea robots found long-lost WWII bombers - CNET
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Technology is helping to solve some long lost mysteries from WWII and specifically helping to find bombers that previously were very difficult to find.



Check out this story with some advancements in locating long lost planes that have never been accounted for.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

One user's path to a Chromebook enterprise








One user's path to a Chromebook enterprise

It's often criticized as being not a "PC" but the Chromebook lover is a special breed, and some make this work out just fine.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Comcast customer surprised to learn new router is also public hotspot | Ars Technica

Comcast customer surprised to learn new router is also public hotspot | Ars Technica:






Comcast piggybacks free wifi hotspots onto existing customers, mainly without their knowledge most of the time. It's great for people that are looking for public hotspots that happen to be Comcast customers, but not so great that just by getting service with Comcast, you are opening up your connection to the hotspot world.

Read on as you'll find how those Comcast Hotspots crop up, then once customers catch on, they get turned off just as fast.


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