Archive for the ‘News’ Category
With Memorial Day just ahead this weekend, you may want to supplement your schedule of beaching and barbecuing with an educational trip into the holiday’s history. If you don’t have the time to travel to Arlington National Cemetery or Washington D.C., you can still brush up on American military history for free digitally on the ...Read more.
Just in time for finale season and the beginning of summertime shows, Belkin released its Dyle Mobile TV receiver for Apple devices. The mobile TV receiver is designed to enable live broadcast television content to be watched on your iPhone or iPad using the Dyle TV App. What makes this device stand out from other ...Read more.
Google Glass was released to the public recently when 8,000 beta testers were selected by the company to purchase and try the new device. Already several security risks are coming to light. Besides the fear that wearable technology equipped with cameras can put any bystanders at risk of being recorded without their knowledge (one bar ...Read more.
After the first presidential debate, we showed you apps that can help you stay informed on the candidates’ positions and standings as they campaign through the last few weeks before the election. This week, not only can you keep track of their records, lies and flip flops, you can also gauge how their performance ...Read more.
The first presidential debate was this week, kicking off a month of direct discourse between President Barack Obama and Republican Candidate Mitt Romney. If you want to keep track of the candidates during this final head-to-head stretch in the campaign, International Business Times has compiled five apps that can help you monitor the candidates’ records, ...Read more.
In honor of Google’s 14th birthday, Mashable published a beginner’s guide to Gmail. Now that it’s securely in its teens, you can finally feel comfortable closing that AOL Account you’ve been hanging on to since 1998, and make the switch to Gmail. The guide is great for beginners and longtime Gmail users, who want to brush up their ...Read more.
Everything Under the Cloud September 2012 The High Cost of Recovery Small to medium size businesses are what keep this country running. Unfortunately, for many of their ...Read more.
Reports surfaced this week that the popular music service is preparing to launch a version that will work entirely on a Web browser, without requiring users to download a desktop client. According to AllThingsD: Some users should start seeing the option pop up in the next month or so. In practical terms, that means new ...Read more.
You forgot to book your ticket to London, but watching all the Olympic games on a time delay is a little too 1996 for your taste. Good news – you can still experience the games 2012-style with the NBC Olympics Live Extra App. With the app, you can access live streaming coverage of all events ...Read more.
Microsoft has revealed the new Windows RT, a version of its OS that is optimized for ARM processors. Like the other versions of Windows 8, it will include both a Windows interface and a mobile layout option. The system, which comes complete with MS Office 2010, has come under fire from both Mozilla and Google ...Read more.