Category Archives: Technology
Its the final season of ShowTime’s Dexter and the trailer leaves you wanting more. How will Dexter end? Trailer is below.
The iPhone is a wonderful thing. But there’s always little known shortcuts and hacks to make it work better. Hack College recently came up with 3 pretty useful iPhone hacks that help keep your phone more secure, charge faster and customize vibration settings. Video after the jump.
Technology changes day to day can boggle the mind. It seems like the every day some new hot application or tablet/phone/pc/laptop hits the market, pushing the limit on your computing needs. And your wallet. Every month, it seems, a new device comes along that screams “New, Bigger, Better!!!”, with a price to match.
In times like these, it is important to keep your laptop running in peak performance. Our friends at Hack College have put together a top tips video to keep your laptop running smoothly. Check it out below:
Some screenshots of what is apparently the new Samsung Galaxy Altius watch (or “smartwatch”) were leaked on a Korean messageboard. This comes on the heels of a rumored Apple iWatch making the rounds on tech sites, as well as those funky Google glasses. Would you get this?
(via Slash Gear)
[image via MissLiteratti.com]
When Words Aren’t Enough! Love is difficult to maintain if you never have anything to offer your
sweetheart other than sweet words or kisses goodbye to and from the office. And if your beloved takes
this all with a smile on her face then you’re definitely lucky. But when Valentine’s Day comes along and
you fail to present a successful display of your affections, you might be in for some trouble, no matter
how gracious your lady love is. Research suggests more than half the number of unhappy women on
Valentine’s Day end the relationship. So what can you do about it? Just like countless guys who feel the
pressure of Valentine’s Day mounting, you can solve your problem with just a few taps and clicks. Cupid
doesn’t have to come down to earth to sort out your crooked love tails anymore- – instead all you really
need is technology!
Check out the infographic below:
If you enjoy playing online and you are thinking of moving up from a smartphone to a tablet, then you should also consider convertible tablets that can double up as laptop computers and which are a viable and highly versatile alternative to conventional tablets. While many of the convertible PCs such as the Sony Vaio Duo 11, the Dell XPS 12, and the Lenovo Idea Pad Yoga are very much targeted at the business user with price tags of between $1,000 and $2000, there are others that have been built to appeal to the consumer and which are conveniently priced.
Examples of these cheaper tablet PCs include the Microsoft Surface with a starter price of around $500 and the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity which is available at around $450. For online gaming the convertible tablet PCs offer the best of both worlds. Not only do you get a great screen for displaying excellent graphics you also get a real keyboard that is much more reliable and convenient than the virtual keyboard of the conventional tablet, which means that you are unlikely to hit a wrong key when playing demanding games such as online poker.
While devices such as the Microsoft Surface have advantages over conventional tablets for playing at online casinos such as http://www.bellerockentertainment.com, they are also only a little less convenient to carry around. For instance, the iPad is even a little heavier than the Asus Transformer Pad Infinity when used as a tablet, though naturally there is the additional weight of the dock. If you enjoy playing craps or blackjack at home or on the go, you can always choose to leave the dock on your desk and simply carry the tablet part around with you. Ultimately the additional versatility of the Tablet PC makes it the best all round solution, and let’s not forget how affordable they really are. With additional options such as free registration and the option to play games instantly without download being suitable for all latest devices, there is no reason not to join in the fun now.
In it’s quest to bring back BlackBerry as a relevant competitor in the smartphone market, RIM will be running an ad during this Sunday’s Super Bowl. The 30 second spot for the new BlackBerry 10 will be the first time the company has advertised during the biggest TV event in the US.
Along with the commercial which will air during the game, BlackBerry “will be integrated into a number of pre- and post-game on-site, digital and social activities, including real time engagement with BlackBerry social fans on Facebook and Twitter, as well as extending and amplifying exposure and fan engagement through Promoted Posts and Sponsored Story ads,” according to the company. So it looks like an all out marketing blitz from RIM this coming Sunday.