Computer Data Storage Terms Defined

Sometimes it can be difficult to keep your kilobytes separate from your gigabytes– but really it’s all fairly simple! Here’s a quick guide to differentiating between computer storage units. Data  Capacities A bit is the smallest possible unit of data measur...
Posted On 08 May 2015
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7 Video Editing Apps for your Mobile Device

Mobile camera technology keeps improving. However, high-quality video is nothing without smooth video editing. There are several video editing apps on your App store that allow you to add filters, edit out boring scenes or mistakes, add transitions, and include a soundtrack in...
Posted On 04 May 2015
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Audio Buying Guide: What do you Need?

Built-in speakers on your laptop, phone, or tablet never get the job done. Any serious sound lovers should consider investing in audio equipment– you’ll never be able to go back. However, choosing the right speaker for your needs can be a daunting task. Speaker...
Posted On 28 Apr 2015
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4 Benefits of an Inkjet Printer in your Home Office

Yes, we just ran a story about giving laser printers a try, but they’re not always the best choice depending on your usage needs. Laser printers are great if you’re only printing text in bulk, but people who do a lot of photography work are better off with an inkjet....
Posted On 24 Apr 2015
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Quick Tip: Try a Laser Printer

Inkjet printers are a nightmarish subject in the realm of home office products. The ink is expensive and the device will  crap out on you in a month. New ink cartridges are “empty” five minutes after you throw out the old one. Many people who own a cheap inkjet...
Posted On 23 Apr 2015
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LCD Monitors: A Buying Guide

Today’s computer monitors are much better than the cathode-ray tube behemoths of yesteryear. LCD monitors provide a crisp display that is suitable for photo editing, general office work, entertainment, and video gaming. Laptop users aren’t excluded here–...
Posted On 22 Apr 2015
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Ditch Cable TV: Content Streaming Devices

Television content improves every year, and internet streaming services are improving along with them. Watching television is everyone’s favorite pastime but cable subscriptions are declining every day. It’s hard to justify paying for a cable subscription when the...
Posted On 21 Apr 2015
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Quick Tips: Surge Protectors

Extensive workstations need a lot of power. Wall sockets stop cutting it once you have to plug in multiple monitors, speakers, and your computer. Here’s a quick guide to what you need in a surge protector. Surge Protection Not all power strips are created equal. Some strips...
Posted On 09 Apr 2015
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Quick Tip: Save Money on Cables

Companies love profit margins, as they should. This is all around us: Soft drinks at fast food restaurants cost the owner pennies per cup, but you pay over a dollar. Huge profits. Sending a text costs the mobile carrier next to nothing, but they’ll charge $20 for an...
Posted On 31 Mar 2015
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Ten Useful iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Tips

iOS 8 provides many features that allow your phone to do more than  you ever thought it could. You can get the most out of your new iPhone 6 with the simple tips found here. These iPhone 6 tips will help you be more productive on your phone– you might even learn something...
Posted On 30 Mar 2015
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