We have all probably heard about the Heartbleed bug by now. If you haven’t, then you should know there is a big chance that your person and business account logins have been compromised by the bug. It is the biggest, most widespread security virus that has surfaced in recent history, and it affects websites, servers, cell . . . → Read More: What You Should Know About The Heartbleed Bug And Why
There are way too many devices out there today that are offering features that are either not that useful, too confusing for most to use, or that just don’t make sense. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still waiting for the game system that helps me teleport to the nearest Chipotle to grab a burrito. Sadly, until . . . → Read More: Basis Offers A Wearable That You Will Actually Want To Wear
Have you ever notices how many gadgets out there try to do something really cool, but end up falling flat? Too many times have there been gadgets or devices that try to enhance on something that could be something neat. Most of the time, it’s a gadget that tries to fuse itself together with another device. . . . → Read More: A Smartphone And Pico Projector… All In One!
For those of us who have yet to jump on the Samsung Galaxy bandwagon, there may be some very awesome news coming our way regarding the next gen iPhone. Apple tends to pull no punches when attempting to bring the best that they can to the table, in terms of their mobile tech. While, yes, they . . . → Read More: The Next Generation iPhone Is An… iPhone Air?
Western Digital has announced their first bus-powered portable Thunderbolt drive with up to 4TB of storage space, the My Passport Pro.
There has to be a pretty awesome internal set up to be able to pull this off, considering the current largest 2.4 inch internal drive is 2TB. There are two internal drives inside of the casing . . . → Read More: The Most Flexible Thunderbolt Portable Drive
If you thought the HTC One was awesome, then you are going to be really excited about the new makeover it just got. HTC just launched their new flagship model, the HTC One M8, at a New York City event on Tuesday.
If you are just looking at it, you wont see many differences between this and . . . → Read More: HTC’s New Flagship, The HTC One M8
Spending majority of time traveling leaves very little for any other activity. So you may wonder how travel bloggers get to spend weeks to months exploring a destination but still manage to update their blogs on a regular basis. It’s inspiring because they go on adventures and share it to everyone.
There are many reasons on why . . . → Read More: 4 Secrets to a Well-Managed Travel Blog
Apple has made sure to incorporate many different ways to display the images from your device on larger screens. You can use VGA, HDMI or even a DVI adapter. Another convenient way to do it is with Apple’s Wi-Fi-based AirPlay mirroring technology. AirPlay lets you stream your iPhone or iPad’s screen to other supported devices with . . . → Read More: How To View Your iPhone Screen On Your MacBook
Amazon Web Services powers millions of websites globally, and is currently the biggest cloud computing platform that there is. Now that they have taken over the cloud, Amazon wants to take it a step further with what they can do with it. The brand new AppStream is allowing users to stream different types of applications directly . . . → Read More: Amazon’s New Cloud Engine For Apps
The open-source development team for Linux on ARM architecture, Linaro, is working on some software and tools that will speed up the release of a 64-bit Android OS. There is a huge need to do so, as ever since the release of Apple’s iPhone 5S, there haven’t even been any announcements of any other 64-bit smartphone.
Google’s . . . → Read More: 64-bit Android Could Come Faster Than We Think