Tag: use

Snapguide Adds An App, Wants You To Stop Googling How To’s

Snapguide Adds An App, Wants You To Stop Googling How To’s

| March 29, 2012 | Reply

Snapguide has announced a website and app. It’s much like Ehow in that you can search the site for specific tasks and how to do them. Everything from making the best tuna salad to repairing a lawnmower carburetor can be found on the site. Now the site has an app for you to use. the […]

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30 Million NFC Enabled Phones Shipped In 2011, Still Nobody Using NFC

30 Million NFC Enabled Phones Shipped In 2011, Still Nobody Using NFC

| March 27, 2012 | Reply

NFC Is a great technology. It cam be used for all kinds of things like wireless purchasing. News is out that 30 million devices with NFC enabled were shipped last year, yet I never see anyone using it. Why is that? I believe a few reasons. For one, most people don’t understand what NFC is […]

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LG Set To Launch The First 55 Inch OLED TV In May For $8000

LG Set To Launch The First 55 Inch OLED TV In May For $8000

| March 27, 2012 | Reply

At CES 2012, LG unveiled a 55 inch OLED tv that was said to be available this year. It looks like the release should coincide with the Cannes Film Festival which runs from May 16-27. OLED will look better, last longer and use less energy than any current TV platform out. As of now the […]

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A New Drug Has Been Discovered That Could End All Cancer Deaths

A New Drug Has Been Discovered That Could End All Cancer Deaths

| March 27, 2012 | Reply

A Protein named CD47 is one of the root causes that makes cancer take such a toll on the body. What the protein does is tells your body not to destroy healthy blood cells. While that is very good, cancerous tumors use the same protein to tell your immune system not to destroy the tumor. […]

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The New iPad Can Run As A LTE Hotspot for 25 Hours

The New iPad Can Run As A LTE Hotspot for 25 Hours

| March 26, 2012 | Reply

Most if not all cellphones with LTE technology can run as mobile hotspots. For example, I use wifi tether on my Galaxy Nexus from time to time. When I do, my car charger cannot keep up with the battery drain and I would estimate about three hours of use as a hotspot before my battery […]

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Microsoft Plays Cops And Robbers; Raid Office Buildings To Seize Botnet Servers

Microsoft Plays Cops And Robbers; Raid Office Buildings To Seize Botnet Servers

| March 26, 2012 | Reply

I am not sure why MS has been given any authority to raid anything. But it appears they are working with US marshals on raiding some servers that are using the Zeus malware infections to steal identities. It would make more sense to me if the marshals were using MS as advisers for some criminal […]

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The FBI Cannot Get Past A Criminals Android Pattern Unlock To Examine Phone

The FBI Cannot Get Past A Criminals Android Pattern Unlock To Examine Phone

| March 14, 2012 | Reply

I do not use any type of password or pattern unlock on my phone because I feel I have nothing to hide and it seems to be more of an annoyance to me than anything. After reading this I may if I decide to start doing criminal things that might get the FBI after me. […]

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Someone From The Group Anonymous Made A Desktop OS

Someone From The Group Anonymous Made A Desktop OS

| March 14, 2012 | Reply

Remember last month when word came that an app put out by anonymous contained a trojan? Just keep that in mind as you read this post. Someone from the hacking group Anonymous, which has no central leadership and therefore cannot really vouch for this, has released Anonymous-OS. It’s a form of Ubuntu with the MATE […]

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Soon You May Be Able To Use Grass Clippings To Power Your Home

Soon You May Be Able To Use Grass Clippings To Power Your Home

| February 2, 2012 | Reply

When you think about it, the idea makes sense right? You learned at some point that plants turn sunlight into energy through photosynthesis. MIT researcher Andreas Mershin has found a way to convert this natural system into a form of useable energy. As of now the process isn’t near efficient enough for daily use but […]

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Meet The SpareOne Cell Phone That Runs On A AA Battery And Can Hold A Charge 15 Years [CES]

Meet The SpareOne Cell Phone That Runs On A AA Battery And Can Hold A Charge 15 Years [CES]

| January 9, 2012 | Reply

SpareOne has unveiled a new cell phone for emergency or travel use that is a pretty nifty idea. The phone is no frills, but runs on a single AA battery. On one of those batteries it can hold a charge for up to 15 years or provide 10 hours talk time. This sounds like a […]

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