Smartphones have made it easier to digest the news, discover that new Thai restaurant, and connect with good friends. They’ve also made it simpler to irritate people, too. That’s the downside of smartphones: They’re so habit forming that they encourage bad habits that we’d otherwise rarely tolerate in others.
Phil Libin designed Evernote to behave as a second brain. At its most rudimentry, Evernote is simply several pieces of software that store notes, photos, videos, and web pages on virtual notes
1. Get comfortable with the Track Changes feature Tools > Track Changes If your job requirements include proofreading documents for co-works, tracking your changes could be very helpful
Most of us think it’s vital that you keep your antivirus software up to date. This is how we can protect our systems from viruses
As the world relies more and more on mobile devices, our necessity for new ways to charge batteries gets to be more pressing. That is why inventors today are working to develop clothing that does more than keeps you warm; it can also charge your devices! This was highlighted in a recent story in Mashable
OS X Mountain Lion is the most recently introduced operating system from Macintosh and it has gotten excellent reviews. People are saying it’s very powerful and easy to use*. However, if you are using it, you may not be using it to its full potential.
Many people have e-readers these days. If you are in the market for one, you are probably aware that there are lots of models on the market. Most of them are top quality, so you really can’t go wrong with whichever one you choose.
Here’s what we dreamed of as children: jetpacks, entire meals that came in pill form, time travel, and, needless to say, helper robots. That last idea was especially interesting: What humans wouldn’t desire a robot to make their bed for them in the morning, go to work for them when they didn’t feel like making the trip, or vacuum the living room rug when they’d rather put up their feet and watch television?
You’re traveling overseas this summer for the family vacation of a lifetime. Or maybe you need to travel to a foreign country for business. Dilemma is, you don’t speak the language
Being hacked is a thing most people are concerned with these days. A recent story ran on slate.com about Matt Honan’s, a writer at Wired Magazine, experiences of being hacked.