You had no idea your cell phone was perched so precariously on the edge of your bathtub. And you definitely didn’t think you would actually knock it over the edge and into gallons of bubble bath and water
iPad in the swimming pool? There is hope!
Cyber criminals turning their attention to smart phones
Cyber criminals have long centered on running their cons on PC users. And they’ve been remarkably successful in stealing personal information and stealing funds from countless people
iPad apps designed to ease the stress of writing for a living
If you’re a skilled writer who also own an iPad, you’re fortunate: Software developers have created a range of apps that can help you do your work better, whether you cover real estate news for a trade magazine, blog about technology or write romance fiction. Here’s a closer look at some of the better iPad apps for serious writers
The Mobile e-mail App We’ve Been Waiting For
Do you read and send e-mail messages through your smart phone? Naturally you do
Looking for the best tablet? Think Mini
The choices seem infinite. There’s the popular iPad. Amazon gives you the Kindle Fire, while Barnes & Noble has its own Nook series of devices.
What you didn’t know about the Internet
It’s challenging to envision a world minus the Internet. After all, a lot of us use the web today to watch movies, communicating with our acquaintances, play games and catch up on current events
Sitting too much? A standing desk might be the answer
Sitting for hours on end behind a desk? You might be putting yourself at risk of fatal heart related illnesses. A recently available report by NPR included comments originating from a researcher at South Carolina University who discovered that men who sit more than 23 hours a week are 64 percent more likely to die from coronary disease than are their equivalents who only sit for 11 hours or fewer a week.
You might be surprised at how powerful Excel can be
Do you have Excel? Odds are you're probably already utilizing this product at work. With the learning curve out of the way and likely some level of familiarity formed, homeowners can also make use of Excel to help manage household resources. It's a useful tool for identifying whether household expenses or revenues are on the rise.
Crystal balls and calendars: A look back, and forward, at the top tech news
It's little surprise to anyone that 2012 will go down as being a year that saw technology tighten its hold on the imagination with the U.S. public. Anything from how the election was covered to the way consumers handled their holiday shopping was impacted by technology this year.