Tekkie Tekkie Muna (Christmas is nearing, and lubos kaming nagmamalasakit sa inyo at sa inyong loved ones), did you know that there’s an app that can help you “organize” your life by reminding you of your goals, wants or desires….before you squander all your paycheck on unnecessary and trivial things. This neat app will help you set your priorities which I believe is truly what everyone needs right now.
There is so much temptations out there, that the materialistic us would want to buy almost any cool gadget, shiny jewelry, impressive outfit, stunning collectibles, etc. that we often forget our real needs. We also forget to appreciate our loved ones and neglect that we also should be sharing some thoughtful gifts to them.
Guys, try guardian cross for IOS. Its a free trading card game. It’s similar to Pokemon wherein you capture monsters and do battle (without the cuteness). Its developed by square so production quality is high.
What’s the best protection for Macbook Pro (MBP) retina to avoid scratches?
All you need is a sleeve when transporting your MBP.
A curious little girl reads a book with her mother and then goes on a journey with her imagination and their Nexus 7.
The Nexus 7 has taken the entry-level tablet market by storm, and Google has just released a brand new advertisement for the 7-inch powerhouse. The commercial, titled “Curious” plays off the same emotions as the company’s first commercial, showing how useful the media-centric tablet can be for a younger audience. Additionally, this is the first time Google has shown off its Google Now platform on video, which is something that could potentially spark massive interest with the public. Let us know what you think by commenting.
Apple’s iPad tablet is currently the bestselling tablet in the market and has been around since tablets made their first appearance. The recent launch of Google’s Nexus 7 tablet however seems to upset the market balance as it sports high end features and comes are a very reasonable price, therefore making it a high-end yet cheap device from one of the most popular names in the technology arena.
If you are going to get a tablet, should you go for a Nexus 7 tablet or an iPad 2? Here are 5 reasons why the Nexus 7 tablet is way better than the iPad 2.
Every time I plug a Digital Camera or an iPod/iPhone in my PC, it’s categorized under “Portable Devices” on My Computer. Normally when it’s a USB Drive, you can easily Right+Click and hit Eject on its Drive on My Computer or from the tray icon bar. But how do I do this on Portable Devices especially on pricey gadgets like a tablet or DSLR?
In general, you can just pull out the device, if you’re not “accessing” or “synching” the device. Meaning, there should be no file operation ongoing. If its a camera, just turn off the camera and then disconnect or remove the USB cable.