Month: April 2012
Final flight of the shuttle Enterprise as it arrives at its new NYC home [Video]
Riding atop NASA’s modified Boeing 747 carrier aircraft, NASA’s drop-test article – the not quite an Orbiter Enterprise – flew to the New York area on April 27, 2012. It’s final home: the Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum.
New smart Wi-Fi Router review — Linksys EA2700
Since the last time I looked at home Routers, home networking has gotten more complex. These days, folks are hooking up almost everything to their home network, either wired or wirelessly: game consoles, audio systems, tablets, handheld gaming devices… the list goes on. And older routers have occasionally been cranky when mixing brands and types […]
Norton Identity Safe — a personal online security suite
In this increasingly security conscious online world, consciously practicing online security is becoming more and more difficult. How many of us use the same password, or set of passwords for many of our online activities? Or look have software license keys stored in random locations? And have yet another browser app or plugin to help […]
Macintosh Java malware has mutated!
Over the last few weeks we’ve read that hundreds of thousands of Apple Macintosh computers running OSX have become infected with the Flashback trojan, which is a type of virus that could, through a hole in Java security, infect your Mac and connect it to a botnet of over half a million other Macs. And we’ve also read that […]
Adobe Creative Suite 6 Kicks!
If you’re doing anything at all creative with your computer, you’re likely aware of the excellent suite of creative tools from Adobe (coincidentally called the Adobe Creative Suite). Well earlier today, Adobe announced a huge upgrade to the suite, Adobe Creative Suite 6 — CS6 — which contains a lot of new features to all products […]
Powering your devices while on the go — Morphie Powerstation review
Earlier this year, I attended SXSWi (South by SouthWest interactive) and immersed myself in social media, gamification, and technology. Oh yeah, there was the odd party or two 😉 Being that this was my first time in Austin, I relied heavily on my technology to keep me on schedule and help me navigate this unfamiliar city. Using […]