Technology has offered large number of business experts the skill to finish the work quickly and with the higher amount of efficiency. People who are interested in maximizing the everyday productivity must get three big technology accessories which will actually assist them handle their world load properly. All business experts must have laptop screens, tablet… Continue reading How to buy technology accessories
For all of their technological genius and massive resources, Google sure doesn’t know how to make hardware. It’s a problem that has plagued them for years but it seems to be best highlighted with the Chromebook Pixel. Over at CNET, they were focused on one of the major bugs with the laptop – the challenge… Continue reading The lack of a delete key makes the Chromebook a disappointment
iOS 7 is rumored to be doing many things. First, it’s rumored to be launched in June. It’s rumored to be flatter much like the Windows Phone interface. It’s rumored to be able to predict earthquakes up to a day ahead of time. Okay, so we made the last one up, but it’s not far… Continue reading It wouldn’t be an Apple launch without unsubstantiated rumors and concept videos
This is one of the silliest questions that constantly gets asked on tech blogs and is often answered by infographics. The truth is this: nobody really cares. It’s a personal choice. Some are extremely loyal to the brand or operating system that they prefer. Most are open to whatever makes the most sense to them.… Continue reading Who’s really winning between iOS and Android?
Many of the newer lot of techies may not know this, but before the popularity of Android and iOS (and now Windows Phone, of course), there were several other mobile operating systems. Some of them still exist, but since most smartphone manufacturers have decided to switch to the newer and more popular operating systems, the… Continue reading A look at some of the slowly declining mobile operating systems today
Have you ever wondered about the history of computers? ENIAC (Electrical Numerical Integrator and Calculator) might’ve been the first computer, but it was not the first computer with the mouse and keyboard that we’re accustomed to. The question is when (and how) did it start? Back in 1984 when Apple launched the Macintosh, the need… Continue reading How Microsoft’s operating system has evolved over time
Under 7 seconds. That’s how long an SSD-equipped Windows 8 PC takes to boot. It’s something that is unheard of in most light-weight mobile operating systems, let alone a full PC OS. The new-found speed has a comical drawback: one would need gamer reflexes to interrupt the boot process and enter setup or BIOS mode,… Continue reading Windows 8 #firstworldproblems: It boots “too quickly”
In the world of cloud computing where Google is pushing Chrome OS as a browser and operating system (OS) to manage all your online apps, we’re no longer required to stick to the one computer. You can break free of all those apps designed for use on one operating system only. You can be free… Continue reading It’s Time to Break Up With Your OS