These days it’s all about the cloud. Having access to your files from any computer, phone or tablet with an internet connection is extremely convenient and helpful for even the most disorganized person.
Now, like everything else in the tech world, there are oodles of options when it comes to storing your files in a cloud service. One in particular that seems to be very popular – it rhymes with cropfox – is great, but you only get 2GB for free. Move over cropfox, there’s a new kid in town. Read more
If you’re a blogger, you tag each post to make it easy to access certain post categories. It’s simple and it’s a great idea to keep your blog organized.
Whether you’re a college student heading back to the dorms, or a graduate student working your way to a higher degree or you’re a mom, there is a good chance that you are struggling to keep all your – or your kid’s – homework, assignments and exams organized.
If only there were a program for your Mac and your iPhone… Read more
As a true geek, I typically purchase a new desktop and laptop every two years. Alternating years; I am an unpaid blogger afterall.
My system for getting rid of the old computer has always been giving it to someone in the family who needs it or storing it in my basement. But now that I am 1,600 miles away from most of my family and live in Texas, where houses are not typically built with basements, I have no system. My old Dell tower is currently just sitting next to my new HP tower. Read more
Wireless keyboards have become a must in offices of geeks everywhere. Even if you use a laptop, a docking station and wireless keyboard are great accessories to make you feel more comfortable – and extra geeky.
But if you’ve every run out of AA batteries in the middle of working, you know how frustrating using a wireless keyboard can be. How about a keyboard that runs on solar power? Read more
You know that there are times when you’re on your iPhone and you think, wow it would be nice to type on a full size keyboard right now. And then there may be times when you’re on your desktop and think, I would love a touchscreen to control my computer.
Like many geeks, I love all of my gadgets. But it would be nice if when I read a restaurant review on my desktop computer, I can get the address and directions on my phone for my drive.
Right now I’m big on emailing myself from device to device. So much so that Gmail has pretty much assumed I’m my own best friend. So Deep Shot has gotten my attention. Read more
If you’re a true geek, you know that you would be completely lost if you misplaced your favorite electronics. Actually, if you’re a true geek you’re probably tearing up right now just thinking about it.
We use our phones and computers for so many of our daily needs and we store so much on them, that if we lost them – or if they were stolen – there’s a good chance we’d just walk aimlessly around in circles for hours. Read more
With children younger and younger using the internet for entertainment purposes, it’s becoming more and more necessary for parents to monitor their usage.
AVG Technologies – the great people who have given you the antivirus and anti-malaware software – have created a solution for parents. AVG Family Safety gives your child the freedom to roam the web, but also keeps you informed of what they’re doing. Read more
As of yesterday, Amazon’s Appstore for Android is opened for business. Now you may be asking why should you use Amazon’s appstore over Google’s Android Market or AppBrain?
A few reasons – free apps, and the ability to check out and play with apps before you buy. Read more
We recently featured the Double USB, which would help those of us who can never seem to correctly plug in a USB cord. And just when you thought that was the best idea, something new and better may be out there soon.
And it has recently won the International Forum Concept Award – the Infinite USB. Read more
How would you like to be able to walk into your favorite restaurant and just pull out your phone to place your order?
Storific wants you to do just that. It is a free app that is currently in beta for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. By using Storific, you would view a restaurant’s menu on your phone and place your order without having to speak to a soul. Read more