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So you bought an iPad…now what?? Are you new to Apple or looking for a change of apps from the one on your iPhone or iPod Touch? Check out this article?for some resources on how to get started with your iPad and some links to must-have apps. Beware of the games section, I am not […]
I’ve heard of fast food chains offering wifi but this new technological innovation for the fast food industry has got me beat. Burger King announced its new “Musical Showers” concept in Japan for users to plug in their mp3 devices and enjoy their choice of music while eating their BK food…
I was browsing around on the Palm Pre Plus today and downloaded an app called “Drinking Trivia” which had some interesting facts about technology. I compiled a list of some of my favorite facts that I thought people would find interesting.? There are some shocking pieces of trivia so read it and pass it along […]
Ever wonder what’s going on in the tech world?? Rumors, gossip.every other field has it, celebrities, science, politics; so why not the technology group. I’ve been scouring the web the past couple days looking for the most popular stories/rumors/news/facts and have compiled a list of some bullet points I thought the readers would find interesting […]
Think you love technology? Try writing about it. What The Tech has decided to bring aboard a couple writers in all of our tech fields! Our only criteria is we are looking for someone who is as passionate about the technology world as we are and who thinks they have the guts to write about […]
Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista was released to Windows Update today. We’ve been using it since the early beta versions, and we’ll share some of what you can expect when installing on your system(s). If you remember XP SP1, you may be underwhelmed with Windows Vista SP1. However, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. […]
Microsoft and Dell have joined forces with (Product) Red. For every (Product) Red branded Dell product sold, Microsoft and Dell will make a donation to this charity that provides global AIDS support, with a focus on women and children in Africa. At no extra cost to the buyer.
Who says only Apple can be cool and hip? Bill’s Last Day: The CES Keynote video (requires Silverlight?to view)
What happened to my free, over-the-air TV? If you’re reading this, odds are that it doesn’t apply to you. But, it may apply to someone close to you. Beginning Feb. 18, 2009, anyone who does not own a television with a digital tuner will cease to receive their programming via over-the-air antennas. They will no […]