Computing & Technology New York
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.
The E3350’s satellites and subwoofer certainly don’t look like those of a budget speaker system. Each component takes the shape of a triangular, convex-sided pyramid with the top chopped off.
iBiz 4.0.1 is a billing and time management application that helps track the work you do, lets you bill clients for completed work, and then tracks payments so you get paid for the work you do.
Gorilla is a deep and comprehensive set of tools designed to help you plan and execute the logistics of a video or film shoot. It's targeted to independent productions from student projects to million-dollar features, as well as commercial and corporate video projects.
The GRAW series is back but has it managed to add on to the original enough for the full price tag?
Hosa Technology's smart organization solution is the Astro-Grip universal hook-and-loop organizer in New York. It uses hook-and-loop material to clean up clutter by allowing the user to bundle cords without disconnecting them from their plugs and connection points.
The transistor was invented in December 1947 at Bell Labs by John Bardeen, Walter Brattain, and William Shockley. Read on to know more about transistors.
What if you could have your MP3s and your high-quality audio too? That's the promise of iHome's iP1, an iPod speaker dock that claims to restore what compression technologies like MP3 take out. The iP1 is visually striking, and its digital enhancement of compressed music is helpful with some genres.
No matter which method you use, however, the key to running a smooth system is organizing your content. There are a few ways to do so, and in most cases, iTunes is your media repository, and it’s best to put all your music, movies, and videos on one Mac so you can either sync them to your Apple TV or stream them from that device (and on a fast wired network, streaming works great).
The Eye-Fi Pro in New York 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.
The PA702 pole-mount amplifier system from Atlas Sound in New York includes a mounting system that allows mounting-pole access through the amplifier via a sealed hole incorporated into the chassis design.