Category Electronics and Hardware

Windows 11: Getting ready!

Windows 11 is almost here (legitimately, mind you :)), and there’s quite a bit of  “information” out there about it…. So , maybe one should try to get some proper information before attempting to install / upgrade

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an iPhone user’s guide to the iPhone X

Those that know me know I’ve been a fan of the iPhone since, well, ever. I skipped the first couple of generations , got my first one at 3G, and have had almost every release since. Why ? Don’t ask why, just accept it :). Well, after a couple months wait, and dealing with a ton of crap at other providers, I’m finally happy to say that I’ve upgraded to the X. YAY!!! Here’s my initial thoughts, findings, and hey, I’ll keep this as updated as possible. Hopefully this will help someone else out further down the road

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PS4 vs xBox One – Round 3 – Storage

Like the controller, storage is another key part to a console. Especially in today’s massive gaming world, it is incredibly important to be able to easily upgrade your system, make those upgrades portable (should you decide to take them with you somewhere) and have enough storage for your own needs. Playstation? Microsoft? Who wins this fight? Click through for the review

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PS4 vs Xbox One – Round One – Introduction

After months of telling myself I’d never get a PS4, my only console this generation this time around would be a One, I finally caved last week and picked up the PS4, along with a few games.  Why? Boredom, excess cash, intrigue, I really, really don’t know what to call it. So, over the next few days (maybe weeks), I’ll take some time and write a real review, from a gamer’s perspective between the two.

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Steve Jobs – Former Apple CEO passes away – October 5th, 2011

I read the news last night at around 7 my time, and I just can not get my head around it. A visionary has left this world for hopefully a much better place.

Many will remember Steve for his accomplish­ments just with Apple, but let us also not forget his other business achievemen­ts and innovation­s. Without Steve, we never would have seen the likes of Toy Story, Wall-E, or any other Pixar animation, because he was very much behind Pixar. Without Steve , we would have never seen the NeXT computer, as he was behind this as well.

When you look at true innovation­, true genius, Steve Jobs was the embodiment of this. No, he didn’t do everything himself, but he did so very much. We have lost a true pioneer, a true inventor, and a true genius today, perhaps one of the last of a very dying breed.

Wherever you are, Mr. Jobs, I do hope that you find the peace you have spent your lifetime looking for, and that your body is finally at rest. Thank you for a life very well spent, you were a true legend. May you never, ever be forgotten