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
Have you ever wondered why your hard drive is so full – why there is a cluster of seemingly useless data hogging your precious computer’s bites? Maybe you’re too lazy to purchase a handy-dandy external hard drive. Or maybe you haven’t the time to transfer thousands of files from one drive to another. Either way, [...]
Hey Mac-fans out there: this DealTrackr Alert is for you!
The MacWorld Conference & Expo, the largest Mac-only tradeshow in the world, is only six months away. As most of you already know , the conference is sponsored by Macworld, the most widely read Macintosh magazine in North America.
At the tradeshow, attendees have the opportunity to visit the [...]Read more
So you all must be jumping around your cubicles, flurried with excitement over Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 4, right? …Okay, maybe some more than others. But, in the midst of all this excitement, hype, and endless blog posts about the new iPhone, Steve Jobs and Co. managed to sneak in an official update to [...]Read more
Have you ever wondered how a printer works? Well, YouTube user horseattack got right down to the basics of printing by building his very own printer…out of hundreds of Lego pieces! The project, which is made out of Lego pieces, a wiring board, and some homemade analog electronics and sensors, took about three weeks to [...]Read more
The new iOS 4 operating system for the iPhone boasts some fantastic new features; in fact, Apple thinks the new operating system will revolutionize the mobile phone experience.
The iOS 4 boasts an incredible 1500 new features and is scheduled to be released June 21.
One of the more noteworthy features of iOS 4 is that it [...]
As most of you already know, tomorrow’s shaping up to be a big day. We’re expecting some big announcements (read: new iPhone, Safari 5, Mac mini update, etc.) at Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference, which kicks off manaña with a Steve Jobs keynote.
Unfortunately, none of us were able to make it to San Fran [...]Read more
Well, here you go Steve– isn’t this exactly what you’ve been waiting for?
Earlier today, Adobe announced that a “a critical vulnerability exists in Adobe Flash Player 10.0.45.2 and earlier versions…” In layman’s terms, the bug could cause the user’s computer to crash and give full access to the attacker.
We’re being told that Adobe’s already working [...]Read more
Fellow technology blog Boy Genius Report claims that a number of MobileMe members are seeing their accounts switched from “Individual” to a new status, “Full Member.” These account adjustments lead BGR (and me) to believe that MobileMe will introduce some sort of free account option at WWDC’s keynote event tomorrow morning.
Besides these supposed changes, we’ve [...]Read more
If you want to be the “hot shot” on the block (in the computing world at least), you’re going to need to have the top gear… like the “world’s fastest” mobile GPU.
NVIDIA claims that its developed just that: the all new GeForce GTX 480 boasts 352 CUDA cores and 2GB of GDDR5 RAM for ultimate [...]
Today is Tuesday which means a new Apple product!
This week’s new addition, or revision actually, is an updated MacBook. Available today for the reasonable price of $999 (no price change), the new model is cosmetically identical to the “old” one; the changes that Apple imposed are all “under the hood”.
In case you’re not familiar with Apple’s laptops, [...]