by Pierre Zarokian
The popularity of Twitter has exploded in the past year. More people than ever are using it as a way to share information and connect with others around the world. Recent news events have highlighted just how powerful Twitter has become as a way for diverse groups of people to discuss news and events that are important to them.
The recent surge in Twitter’s popularity highlights... [Read more]
I covered a listing of twenty dofollow social bookmarking sites in another post. This time around i am listed 90+ social bookmarking sites, both dofollow and nofollow. Some of the biggest sites online are nofollow but if you do get your submission to the front page of the site, it can mean a massive amount of traffic for a short period of time. The usefulness of both depends on your overall plan for... [Read more]
Do you own a website or a blog and as a result spend a lot of time submitting your site to all the social media sites? What if you could cut down the time it takes to submit your pages to half an hour from the current two hours it takes? In this post I will be looking at two free tools which can drastically speed up the time it takes.
First up on the list is Socialmarker found over at socialmarker.com.... [Read more]
By Phin Upham
Most people are familiar with Google’s algorithm, or at least use Google enough to understand how it works. Google uses a number of variables present on a Web page, and others outside of that page, to determine whether the pages you see listed on its results page are relevant to what you are looking for. Someone doesn’t perform a search and serve results for you, this is all done... [Read more]
Santa Ana is one of the most populous cities in California and can be described as a progressive location evidenced by the number of corporate headquarters in the area. That’s why presentations, activities, and events that require computers are not uncommon here. Laptop rental in Santa Ana is quite a common business. Many in the city offer computer and related rental services.
But how do you know... [Read more]
We have too many remote control devices lying around the house. One for the TV, another for the VCR, one for the music player, another for the cable, and the list goes on and on. What if we have just one remote control that can turn on and off many devices? This is where Universal Remote comes in handy. It is a device that can operate many consumer electronics made by many different manufacturers.... [Read more]
These days’ computers tout more memory to woo customers. How much memory especially random access memory (RAM) do you need?
Today computer systems come in as 32-bit and 64-bit systems. Some suggest 1GB of RAM for 32-bit and 2GB for 64-bit systems. Then why some lower end PCs comes with 4GB of RAM. Mid-sized PCs are even loaded with double that of RAM while the higher end goes as high as 16GB. Memory... [Read more]
Laptops came in four years ago had a mechanical hard drive. But today many laptops come with solid-state drives (SSDs). They are 300 percent faster than those mechanical hard drives and give the user a thrilling ride for their money. It doesn’t stop there. They boot your laptop faster, wake up from sleep instantaneously and open your applications in a fraction of time it took by mechanical hard... [Read more]
The final leg of the 138th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show took place at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night. Four-legged contestants come from all over the world for a chance to be named “Best in Show.” Over 2,800 dogs of 190 different breeds were expected to compete at Westminster, according to The New York Times . See also: Corgi Catches Treat in Slow Motion, Tastes Victory... [Read more]
Sony may be getting out of the PC and TV businesses, but it’s doubling down on cameras by strengthening its mirrorless offerings with a new model that the company claims has the world’s fastest autofocus. The Sony Alpha 6000 has a hybrid autofocus system that combines 179 points of phase detection with 25 points of contrast detection. I had a brief hands-on with the camera, and found it... [Read more]
We know Samsung will be hosting a media event on Feb. 24 during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and judging from its name — Unpacked 5 — we know there’s a good chance that the company will unveil the Galaxy S5 Samsung dropped another hint about the event Tuesday, thanks to new invitations that show off what appear to be updated icons for its TouchWiz interface Samsung’s new... [Read more]
Do you remember writing letters to Santa Claus, athletes or the president when you were in elementary school? Well, today we learned that some of those letters do make it to their intended destination Leanne, a second-grade student at Baker Elementary School in San Jose, Calif., composed an adorable letter (pictured below) to slopestyle snowboarder Jamie Anderson. She even used the spaces between... [Read more]
It’s official: The U.S. military is getting into the business of building Transformer -style robots. Of course, they won’t exactly be like the ones you’ve seen in Michael Bay ‘s films, but in terms of purpose and functionality, the early versions won’t be far off DARPA , or the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, revealed on Tuesday concept images of its plan... [Read more]