Tag Archive: pictures

Apr 06 2013

Plex Media Server: Applying the Updates/New versions Automatically

Plex_Media_Server_Updates_Unattended.jpg

Plex is a wonderful application that allows you to easily organize your media library to where it’s the most beneficial. It doesn’t matter if you’re wanting to listen to MP3′s, watch movies or share pictures. Plex has the ability to organize this information and give it one of the best presentations you can have. In …

Continue reading »

Mar 21 2013

Google Keep Goes Head-to-head With Evernote

Google_Keep_icon.jpg

Did you happen to check out the post yesterday by Google about Google Keep? You should really pay attention to this because Google is now making a step forward to compete directly with Evernote. Evernote has been the staple and standard when it comes to synchronizing your information across several different devices, keeping your thoughts,’s …

Continue reading »

Feb 27 2013

7 Bizarre Tech Products for Pets

3rgbwn1l.jpg

Pets are family members with their own unique toys. Just because they don’t have fingers, doesn’t mean they can’t have the best things that technology offers. Because of the challenges of adapting technology to pets, the products are often bizarre. Check out these bizarre tech products for pets.

Continue reading »

Jan 14 2013

Is Google+ Feasting On Your Data Plan?

gti21kdo.jpg

The other day I was checking out my  smartphone data usage.  I’m with Verizon and I have the unlimited data plan usage; I get to keep it by legacy.  So normally I don’t really check the data usage because it’s unlimited, but the other day I was just curious to see what kind of data …

Continue reading »

Sep 24 2012

Roku Application streams music and pictures from your Smartphone – cool.

nkcj2rfc.jpg

Roku has recently updated their remote control application to allow for listening and viewing content from your smart phone to your Roku, and ultimately onto your TV set.  Right now the applications improvements is limited to pictures and music.  The updates to the remote application also lets the Roku users launch shortcuts for Netflix, YouTube, …

Continue reading »

Aug 20 2012

Faster Broadband – Should You Switch?

gcm2xpiu.jpg

There are several broadband providers in the market today, and many more are entering the foray claiming to provide even faster speed and better services. Simultaneously, consumer demand for faster broadband speed has been growing multi-fold. Today, the matter of Internet connectivity involves much more than mere browsing, online shopping or sending and receiving emails. …

Continue reading »

Jun 19 2012

Roku with PLEX, Playing ISO’s = Very cool.

My entrance in to streaming video and Internet content with set top boxes is really an experience that I would classify as ‘testing the waters’. I’ve been looking hard at the options with Internet TV boxes and set top boxes to stream all kinds of Internet content directly to my living room TV… I finally …

Continue reading »

Jan 25 2012

My 6 Fun things to hate over at Facebook

Facebook is the most recognizable websites of the Internet and it boasts the largest number of members, at 800,000+ that’s a pretty good number. Last year Facebook made some changes, they were not so good, so Facebook changed them again. And over the years Facebook has become one of those things I tolerate because everyone …

Continue reading »

Oct 11 2011

Review: Logitech c615 HD Webcam

I was needing a new webcam and I wanted to ensure the next webcam I got was high definition, 1080 resolution and was autofocus. With all the buzz being around being able to do video chat and with Skype and Google+ having almost perfected the sequence of connecting; I wanted something that just worked. Unlike …

Continue reading »

Sep 27 2011

The Rebirth of Delicious.com – and in Stacks

Delicious.com is one of those bookmarking websites that you find incredibly useful, keeping your bookmarks online with a website like this is much more convenient than trying to keep all of your bookmarks in a web browser, but there really needs to be more to a bookmarking service… and when the YouTube founders Chad Hurley …

Continue reading »

Older posts «