Friday, March 13, 2015

Obama administration's encryption concerns meant to start a debate | PCWorld

Obama administration's encryption concerns meant to start a debate | PCWorld:










Access to your private information just got harder for anyone other than yourself, meaning some companies have put a lot of digital communications out of reach from prying government officials.



Read more about the battle for your privacy in this article about secure digital communications.



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Google officially unveils Android 5.1

Google officially unveils Android 5.1:















It's a work in progress, constant progress that it as Google announces it's releasing Android 5.1


Find out all about it right here from PC World.



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Sunday, March 08, 2015

Intel looks to revolutionize the PC with NUC





It's smaller that any other PC you've ever had and chances are it's much more powerful that any PC in your house at the moment. It's the NUC, or Next Unit of Computing by Intel. 

Where Apple has made it's Mac Mini a closed book, with it not being up gradable in the most recent version, Intel has taken a different approach, and you just may like what you see.

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Find the most reasonable priced parking for the 2015 Philadelphia Flower Show - Opening Weekend!

Bill Gates and The Verge: How technology will change the world by 2030 | The Verge

Bill Gates and The Verge: How technology will change the world by 2030 | The Verge:








Virtually all we hear coming from the tech mogul Bill Gates is how he is helping Africa advance from a continent of what it's been for hundreds and thousands of years to a point in the future where a lot more people will have bathrooms and education. It's a noble task, but Bill, do you think you can put your sage advice to use around America as your primary focus?



There are many places here at home in America that can use your wisdom and help.





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Friday, February 27, 2015

5 free tools for editing images on a Chromebook | PCWorld

5 free tools for editing images on a Chromebook | PCWorld:







You want a laptop but you have a budget limit?



Think about a Chromebook, it's great for reading and doing work all with the helpful Google Apps.



Here's an article from PCWorld on editing images with the Chromebook!









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Sunday, December 21, 2014

Constantly changing online prices anger shoppers -

Constantly changing online prices stump shoppers - KWWL - Eastern Iowa Breaking News, Weather, Closings:





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Constantly changing prices have got shoppers hopping mad this holiday season, it's something that brick and mortar stores wouldn't dream of doing.



Depending on what time you look at an item could determine the price you pay for it. Read on to see how it's done online, almost like a corner three-card monty scheme would play out.



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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.