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.
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
Personally and professionally a task management system is essential. Whether you use Outlook’s task feature, SimpleTask or a old fashioned piece of paper, you are sure to be more productive if you keep a list of things you need to get done.
Let’s face it, we love our tech. And we don’t bat an eyelid on dropping $1,500 on the newest television or computer.
But what about our computer accessories? I’m sure there are lots of people who just use the free mouse and keyboard that come with their new desktop. That’s fine, but free does not mean comfortable. And if you spend most of your day on your computer, comfort is important. Read more
With Google Docs, you can easily create, share, and edit documents online. And because Google Docs is free, it’s a great alternative to Microsoft’s pricey Office programs.
While some are predicting that netbooks may lose their popularity to tablets, cloud computing is gaining in popularity and becoming all the rage.
Jolicloud is an operating system for netbooks that is centered around social media and is designed to optimize your netbook. Jolicloud consists of over 700 applications and manages your data and files in the cloud, so you’re able to access them from multiple machines. Read more
Techies love things tiny – except our monitors – and the new Xi3 is one tiny computer.
But don’t let the size fool you. The X13 has six USB 2.0 ports, DVI, two eSATA ports, audio in/out, DisplayPort, ethernet and special Xi3 Port. All in a 4 inch cube. Read more
I’m about to share with you something that – if it hasn’t already – will change your life.
I discovered the wonderful world of double monitors when the company I worked for downsized drastically. There were tons of monitors just laying around, so the IT guy hooked me up and I haven’t looked back. Read more
Another one of my favorite websites, for obvious reasons, is Craziest Gadgets. And last week they featured this memory card reader that quickly got my attention.
If you have a laptop with a card reader, you know that straining your neck to fit the card into the reader is just annoying. And if your laptop doesn’t have a card reader, then you’ll definitely want this. Read more
I was all set to (finally) purchase that MacBook Pro I have yearned after for so long.
Now this geek, she’s a PC. I have a Dell desktop, an Acer Laptop (a cool, slim TimeLine one) and I just purchased an HP laptop. They’re all running Windows 7 – and coming from Vista, it’s a breath of fresh air.
But I have a confession to make – I have iEnvy. Read more
Let’s face it, some programs are just too expensive for you to splurge on. Sure they’d be nice to have, but do you need them? Especially when sometimes the price is too high to justify.
Besides, you’re saving all of your money for an iPad, which you totally need. Read more