Pebble has quickly become the poster-child for wearable computing. The notion that technology and computing is no longer restricted to our desk or our pocket is quite revolutionary. You may have seen information about Google's Glass project - which is a computer built into a set of glasses.
One of the toughest issues for Windows users is upgrading. Windows 8 has brought lots of questions and concerns for people. The prime question many ask: should I upgrade? Answering the question in a professional setting can be a little more cut and dry than at home. Here’s some advice for those home users wondering about a Windows 8 upgrade.
Computers are never obsolete. Assuming that it is free of damage, a computer will always do exactly as much as it did when new. Your needs may change, but the computer can still be useful. Here are five ways you can rehab your old computer.
I’m back again to give you another review on another portable speaker, but what makes this one special is that it is much more portable and versatile than the Orbit. What I’m talking about is the Mitsuba 9071 Portable Speaker.
Whether you know it or not, there are a wide variety of portable speakers. I recently purchased and played with one of the best sets I have ever had the chance to lay my ears upon.
Those of you that have been in the store recently, or received this morning's newsletter, have met Matt - our newest employee! While I'm not huge on employee titles, Matt's working title is "Customer Experience Manager." Sounds funny, but it's a very simple concept - Matt's job is to make sure every customer is happy.
Notice that the question is not "do you want one?" It's easy to see why - if you want something, talking you out of it isn't in my job description. Now, whether or not you need something - whether or not it will serve in the role you have for it - that is my job. So let's talk about tablets.
I remember first learning about bacteria as a child. Upon learning that the little guys lived in my body - and a lot of them - I was disgusted. I've since come to terms with the symbiotic relationship betweenbacteria and my body. I wish the same could be set of the infections that probably live on your computer. And, to be honest, the ones that will soon occupy your smartphone, tablet, and television.
We're always looking at the new, the impressive, the monstrous. Today, though, we look at the small. There are plenty of places you can learn about the Raspberry Pi online, so we'll concern ourselves with the implications for general computing and non-geek users.