In the latest update to Instagram, users are now finally able to upload multiple photos and or videos (up to ten) into one post, this is called carousel. Let’s look at the good. Not only can this help streamline your … Continue reading Your Guide to Instagram Carousel
“Hello Again” it’s happy time again in Cupertino with another event from Apple all about their infamous Mac product line. We’ve been expecting a lot, hearing a little through the rumor mill and more — but what did we actually get? … Continue reading Late 2016 MacBook Event Recap
Tim Cook, Pharrell Williams and James Corden appear in a car singing their favorite tunes along with small talk about the new iPhone. They arrive at a door and Tim gets out and walks onto stage at the Bill Graham … Continue reading 2016 Apple iPhone Keynote, Recap
Pokemon GO is a great game, a truly astonishing experience with something cool around every corner; however, some columnists are upset that the technology world is raving and loving this game. GET OVER IT. There is finally a game that inspires people … Continue reading Pokemon GO — A Rant
The app that we’ve all been waiting for! Pokemon GO is released to the wild and we can finally catch Pokemon in real life! The fun and adventurous thing about this game is that it is augmented reality and allows … Continue reading Pokemon GO is Here!!
6 years ago, while I was still in college, I officially said goodbye to cable and I’ve never let it rear it’s ugly head again in my household. Why? There are far too many options available on the internet that provide the same level of enjoyment. When you think of TV, you think of something that requires you to sit down at a certain time at a certain interval everyday or every certain scheduled amount of days for you consume some type of event or television show. However, when you think of entertainment in relation to the internet you can … Continue reading Is cutting the cord for you?
The latest Chromebox from ASUS is bringing us techies a lot of excitement — rightfully so. As a Chromebook owner, it is easy to see the delights and appeal of this friendly and easy to use OS (essentially Google Chrome with extensions and web apps) and see the power of having a small Chromebox (desktop version of the Chromebook) attached to a large display, such as your HD TV. Think of the possibilities of having a desktop operating system on your TV. The entire internet will be right on front of you with no compromise. Google TV attempts to bridge … Continue reading New ASUS Chromebox