Computing & Technology
The information technology (IT) world continues to rapidly advance with the increase of technological developments and new products. The following articles will help you to navigate through the world of computers and technology.
Imagine that app icons on your iPhone’s Home screen decided to play a game of masquerade. You tap an app displaying the Bento icon but the MacGourmet app opens instead. The displayed text names of the apps remain correct, but the icons are wrong.
The Eye-Fi Pro is an SD memory card that provides the option of transferring pictures without cables or card readers to your computer or to an online photo sharing Web site.
Unplayable controls, missing multiplayer functionality, and middling graphics make this rehash of Duke Nukem little more than nostalgia for old-school gamers.
Though it won’t set any speed records, the FastMac External Slimline USB 2.0 BD-R 4X Optical Drive is a dependable performer. Bus-powered and compact, this portable burner should appeal to mobile users interested in burning Blu-ray and other discs.
The first few levels of the platformer explain your predicament: You’re trapped in an odd building, an unhappy subject in a cruel experiment. On each level, you need to figure out the path to escape. You can move left or right (by pressing on the appropriate side of the screen), or jump (either by tapping both buttons simultaneously or tapping in the middle of the screen).
The latest trend in Twitter apps for the iPhone? Programs that take advantage of the push notifications offered in the iPhone 3.0 software update. We look at a trio of push-centric Twitter apps.
Special events, conferences, and conventions can account for as much as 40 percent of hotel revenues, according to the International Hotel & Restaurant Association. The Hilton Brighton Metropole hotel in Brighton is one of many hotels around the world that has struggled to keep both its guests and its conventioneers happy when one group needs attention-getting sound from its audio system and the other just wants to get some sleep.
Hitachi's StarBoard software is to help teachers execute their lesson plans in a way that engages students, with a number of features that allow for interoperability with existing tools. The software allows teachers to use an everyday software program package like Microsoft Office on interactive whiteboards or panels.
Epson released five projectors that offer advanced capabilities and 3LCD technology for use in large auditoriums, university classrooms, or conference rooms. They include two additions to the PowerLite series and three to Epson's PowerLite Pro series.
What sets Eucalyptus apart from other iPhone-based e-book readers is how it takes the cold, forbidding, and ugly type so typical of public-domain e-books and makes it gorgeous.