In a private event leading up to tonight’s keynote at CES, Microsoft announced something that may forever change the way we think of Windows computing: the next version of Windows, codenamed Windows.NEXT, will be compatible with ARM’s processors. For those of you who don’t know, ARM processors power devices like smartphones and media tablets and use much less [...]Read more
If you’re headed to CES this year (don’t forget, we are) or you’re just a Vegas local with a poor sense of direction, Navigon’s released a free app that may put an end to your navigation woes.
A few hours ago, we learned that Navigon, a company who has earned their reputation selling pretty impressive mobile [...]Read more
Have you ever longed to use your beloved phone or perhaps your iPod in the shower? Maybe you’ve been dying for your Glee fixation while you swim laps in the pool? Although, I’ve never had such desires (I swear!), a number of my friends and colleagues have. And of course, that’s where we run into a bit [...]
Hey TechTrackr following,
Let me start off by wishing each and every one of you a Happy New Year! I hope that you all had an enjoyable “Holiday Season.” I’d also like to seize this opportunity to to extend a warm welcome to the newcomers. Although our post count has been meager (at best) lately, it [...]
Recently, there’s been a lot of controversy over tracking cookies and internet privacy in general. I’d like to shed some light on the whole situation:
For online media publishers, advertising’s the cash cow, the primary form of revenue. This is why just about every every website features some form of advertising. Now if you’ve ever taken [...]
We know we’re late to the party with this one too, but here’s the deal:
A few weeks ago, I lauded the Crossfade LPs for their stylish design and robust sound filled with all the bass you could ever imagine. In that review, however, I also (unfairly) took a jab at Monster and their popular ‘Beats [...]
And all this time I thought marketers tried to make their competitors’ products seem worse in comparison charts! Guess Dell never got the message…
If you remember, we reviewed the second-generation Pogoplug some six months ago– and we really liked it. Since then, however, the folks over at Cloud Engine have continued to make their flagship product even better.
In today’s TechTrackr.com video, we’ll take a look at a few of the Pogoplug’s cool new improvements that don’t require new [...]
I’ve always been mesmerized by Shazam, a neat little app that’s somehow always able to identify those catchy, yet unfamiliar songs on the radio. As I’m sure many of you already know, the concept is rather simple: take out your phone, launch the Shazam app, and in a matter of seconds (literally ten to fifteen), [...]Read more
A company in China has recently introduced the Up! 3D Personal Portable Printer. The pricetag? A mere $1500. Yes, $1500– now, although the price seems astronomically high, it’s (if you can believe it) much more affordable than its predecessors.
The printer uses successive layers of molten polymer to build 3D objects that are sent from a computer. Due to [...]
With all of the outsourcing these days *cough, cough DELL*, great tech customer support is often hard to come by. This past week, I had an unusually positive experience that I thought I’d share with all of you.
I love having my music with me at all times, so naturally, I own a few iPods. Last [...]