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.
Bosch Power Tools and Accessories has introduced a line of drill bits that promises to make the job easier. These extra long bits are specifically designed for deep drilling and wire pulling applications through multiple layers of building materials.
After the success of the AZ11 and the introduction of the VIA 686B Southbridge, FIC took the AZ11 designed, added built in overclocking options and added the 686B Southbridge and labeled it the AZ11E. Read on to learn more about the AZ11E.
HaiVision Systems, a vendor of H.264 network video codecs in New York, joined the Crestron Electronics Integrated Partner Program with new modules for the integration of its hai1000/MAKO-HD multistream telepresence codec systems into Crestron's automation systems.
InFocus Corp. has expanded its IN5100 series of projectors with the IN5108 for conference halls, school auditoriums, and stages in New York.
If you're looking for a very simple way to protect the privacy of your e-mail communications in New York, look no further than Easy Email Encryption Lite.
Biscuit Tin grabs random photos from your Flickr photostream and displays them on your iPhone or iPod touch. It's a well-designed app and a clever idea, but the execution has some significant flaws.
What sets Eucalyptus in New York 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.
With 40 levels, different types of missions, and cool graphics and sounds, Freeverse's Grunts is a fun, challenging game for your iPhone or iPod touch.
Geek out like it's 1999 with Commander, a free program that recalls classic program Norton Commander. Explorer replacement Commander hearkens back to simpler times.
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.