Have you ever wondered how an electronic device can charge wirelessly? In this article, we will explain the science behind the creation of the wireless charger.
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I’ve noticed some common mistakes people make when buying PC hardware. Today, we’re going to talk particularly about the mistakes people make when choosing PC hardware, and how to remedy them.
The iMag iPhone stand comes with two suction cups attached to the end of the horseshoe so you can adhere to your phone/tablet/lapto to create a cord-taming station or as a phone stand. Read on for the product and the giveawaway details.
When it comes to media storage, most people save all their media files (photo, audio and video) in their computers. This makes it very convenient for you to enjoy your music or video directly on your computer. However, if you want to enjoy your Blu-ray video on your HDTV, how can you get the video from your computer to the TV quickly and without much hassle?
I am sure you have heard of these “Mac vs PC” debate and you are probably in one of these camps. This article updates the current situation of PC and Mac and helps you to decide which you should get for your next computer.
Do you have a laptop with damaged screen? Should you change the whole laptop? Send for repair? Or simply dispose it? Here are all the options you have.
You might have heard that many people are having issues recovering their data when some of the hard drive becomes corrupt. Having one partition is often more detrimental than you think. Your computer could benefit in multiple ways from a multi-partition system, perhaps more ways than you think. You can turn your computer into a […]
Just at the technology behind a computer or mobile device changes as quickly as you can walk out of the store with it in your hand, the technology behind buying a new television can change just as quickly. When buying any of these devices, you want to make sure you have the latest in everything, […]
Technology is always evolving, fast. The computer that you bought last year is now obsolete and you are planning to get a new one. Before you walk into the store and pay big bucks to the retailers for the latest PC in town, check out this guide on how you can get a better computer, with more juice and power, without breaking the bank.
I’ve been using Apple computers since 1989 and have been buying them since 1993. I have not have just Macs in my home, but an iPhone and iPad as well. Yet, when it came to buying a product to connect the Internet to my TV, I chose a Roku instead of Apple TV. I’m still […]
As a former enthusiast of PDA-style devices such as the Nokia N810 and PalmPilot, moving to the iPhone was a revelation for its slick, seamless UI and vast choice of apps, though I did miss having a physical QWERTY keyboard. However, like most new iPhone users, I was soon surprised to find the on screen […]
I know, ‘Indestructible’ is a big word and it is more suitable for those X-MEN characters in the movie than it is used for a SD card. However, this SD card presented to me was labelled as “indestructible”, at least that is what the developer told me. In actual fact, the SD card that I […]
For the iOS, there is the iPod Touch that you can use like an iPhone, but without the need to sign up for a telco contract. In term of functionality, the iPod Touch can do almost everything that iPhone can, except making call, sending SMS and connect to 3G network, which make it ideal to […]
Originally released in May 2006, Apple’s iconic white plastic MacBook has finally been retired from their main product line in favour of the Pro and Air models. But, while the MacBook is no longer being pushed by Apple, these Macs still have a lot of life left in them yet and below I’ll walk through […]
If you are looking for a tablet and you ask your friends for advice, most probably they will tell you to get an iPad 2, since it is the best and most popular tablet out there now. However, being an Android lover (and I hate the dictatorship of Apple), I decided to go against all […]
There’s no doubt about it that the iPad is a fantastic product built to do a variety of different things from listening to music, to browsing the web, to watching movies. However, a certain faction of us do far more things online than just casual viewing and browsing. We need a little more out of […]
You may have heard that Apple has recently refreshed their Macbook Pro product line and the latest arrival comes with a new port, known as the Thunderbolt technology. What is Thunderbolt technology I am sure you must have heard of and used a USB port before (unless you are still using a 486MHz PC). A […]
This is a guest post by Mike Thimmesch Most people are unaware of the components that go into building a personal computer. You have probably heard words like “motherboard”, “CPU”, and “RAM”, but have little idea about what they mean, how they affect the speed at which information is processed, or how many files you […]
This is a guest post by Keith The flaky PC (as it is often referred) is a computer which acts normally most of the time, but occasionally quits active programs, delivers obscure error messages, or restarts entirely. So, what causes flaky PC syndrome? Although there is no single answer, one of the most common causes […]
This is the third and last part of the Hardware CPU Guide series. If you have missed the first two part of this series, you still can find it at the links below: Part 1: Knowing your CPU, find out the factors that affect its performance Part 2: Intel vs AMD, which is better There […]