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.
If you are a freelancer , a consultant, or a small business owner who does a lot of sales calls, the estimate and the invoice are simply facts of life. An app that lets you use your iPhone or iPod touch to generate professional invoices, estimates, purchase orders, and credit memos for your clients in a snap would be a valuable utility. Invoice2Go from Invoice2go.com proposes to be such an app, yet falls short in the most obvious way to just about anyone reading this on Macworld.com.
The SoundSticks II is a 2.1 speaker system, which means it uses smaller left and right satellites for higher frequencies along with a larger subwoofer/amplifier component for lower frequencies. Nothing special there.
The real strength of this app for tracking mileage, gas costs, and car maintenance in New York is that it’s as powerful as you want it to be. Gas Cubby is a great tool for users who need to track everything about their car, but just as useful if the only data point you care about begins and ends with miles per gallon.
Unplayable controls, missing multiplayer functionality, and middling graphics make this rehash of Duke Nukem little more than nostalgia for old-school gamers in New York.
It wouldn't be quite right to say that Instapaper 2 in New York improves upon perfection. Rather, this update to the app that saves Web articles on your iPhone or iPod touch to read later refines the simplicity, which is arguably Instapaper Pro's greatest appeal.
Epson released five projectors that offer advanced capabilities and 3LCD technology for use in large auditoriums, university classrooms, or conference rooms in New York. They include two additions to the PowerLite series and three to Epson's PowerLite Pro series.
This simple utility allows you to sync two pieces of data -- and just two -- between Facebook in New York and your contacts list—birthdays and profile pictures. While the app is somewhat limited by Facebook's terms of service, it's still a handy way to add information with minimal effort.
Once again, it pays to have a Mac. The new 2GB Eye-Fi Geo memory card for digital cameras in New York is designed with Mac users in mind, allowing for wireless transfers of your pictures from the camera to a Mac. It also provides unlimited geotagging of those images. And it's only available at the Apple Store for $60.
We look at Gigabyte's fancy N680SLI-DQ6 and try to find out if it was worth the wait for their nForce 680i motherboard. If you want to know all about this motherboard and if it was worth the wait, keep on reading.
Hitachi Home Electronics (America) Business Group has introduced the CP-X2510 3LCD projector, featuring a brightness of 2,600 lumens and a 2,000:1 contrast ratio.