Tuesday, September 4th, 2012
One thing I’ve noticed about web browsing on a tablet is the lack of information I’m given – like when there’s a word that links somewhere instead of a full address. Continue reading
Help! We recently had to replace our hard drive, and when the new hard drive was installed, the repairman decided we need to have AOL as our home page in Windows Explorer 8. I’ve tried everything, including removing Explorer and downloading and installing from a Microsoft download, but AOL remains my home page. How can I get rid of AOL as the home page for Explorer 8? Continue reading
If you’ve ever used a wireless device and had signal issues someone has probably told you that there must be a lot of “interference.” But what is interference? What types of interference are there? Is it even interference or something else? Let’s start by talking about how a wireless signal works. A wireless signal operates at a certain frequency (ranging from 3Hz to 300Ghz) and who can transmit at a specific frequency is controlled by the government and generally follows the… Continue reading
Amazon recently announced a few new Kindle devices, along with a refresh of an existing Kindle model. Amazon’s Kindle has been well reviewed thanks to its vast selection of books available in Kindle format, free owners library for Amazon Prime members and aggressive pricing.
So what’s new? Continue reading