Apple’s iPad Could Be Behind Your Rash
By: Walter Smyth - 14 July 2014 - 0 Comments

If you have been suffering from an unexplained rash lately and cannot pinpoint where it came from then you might try looking at your Apple iPad. As it turns out the iPad’s outer coating

Puerto Rican Student Brings WebP to Windows RT 8.1
By: Doug Simmons - 06 July 2014 - 0 Comments

Harold Martinez, a young man who attends the University of Puerto Rico at Bayamon and is versed in C#, Java and C to name a few, declared victory in bringing WebP, the most powerful

Five Ways Smartphones Embody Indepedence Day
By: Murani Lewis - 04 July 2014 - 0 Comments

#1 Getting Things That Matter Done, Wherever I Am Having a smartphone that can act as my official note taker is worth its weight in gold (or any other valuable metal of your choosing).

Folks Locking Down Wifi
By: Doug Simmons - 04 July 2014 - 0 Comments

Check out this chart from wigle.net which plots out the portions of wifi networks from a lot (143 million hotspots and counting) of crowdsourced data. It shows various degrees of encryption, or lack thereof,

By: David K - 03 July 2014 - 2 Comments

The cord cutting trend is gaining as people cut off expensive paid providers. This is laying the ground work for more service providers to get ripped for the same reasons. The reason we were

By: David K - 02 July 2014 - 3 Comments

One thing is clear: Microsoft has to be in the hardware business and their Surface release and Nokia acquisition are proof. For years we’ve heard of Microsoft in the home without anything to show

Hotmail Data Missing Again!
By: Jim Szymanski - 01 July 2014 - 3 Comments

  Back on June 13th I reported that several of my Hotmail records had been altered or deleted on my phone, and subsequently on all my Windows connected devices. Actually, there were a total

Microsoft Wedge Mobile Bluetooth Keyboard
By: Jim Szymanski - 28 June 2014 - 1 Comment

After a less than successful first try at a portable BT keyboard for my 8” Asus tablet, I decided to step up a bit and try the Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard. Although it costs

OneNote in the Classroom
By: Jim Szymanski - 28 June 2014 - Comments Off

I was really happy when Microsoft decided to make OneNote free for everyone. I have been using it since 2003 and it’s still my favorite Microsoft program. If your child learns nothing else about

PBS Kids Videos available for Windows Phones
By: David K - 27 June 2014 - 1 Comment

If you have a kid and live in the US just download this:http://www.windowsphone.com/s?appid=c845651d-062a-4d45-a628-b1ea183f64fe It’s the PBS kids video app for Windows Phone. So you can watch all of those educational kids shows for free