James A. Martin, a writer for CIO.com, wore Google Glass on and off for a six-week period and then wrote about the wearable computing device. Here are four of the complaints that Martin noted regarding his Glass user experience.
One of the most popular forms of data storage, whether for space management or back-up purposes, is moving your files to the cloud. Even smartphones utilize the cloud to store your applications, photos, videos, documents, and more. And, as with any widespread service, there are numerous different providers – each with their own benefits. Here’s… Continue reading Top Five Cloud Storage Providers of 2014
We love our smartphones and keep them close, even when we’re sleeping. We pay hefty monthly contracts for our lovely little gadgets. But are we actually getting all of the smarts our smartphones have to offer? Most of us use our smart phones for activities like watching movies, playing games, and browsing the web shows… Continue reading Three Tips to Get the Smart Out of Your Smartphone
Wi-Fi stands for Wireless Fidelity and defines a technological advancement that enables electronic devices to exchange data wirelessly over certain computer networks. The term “Wi-Fi” was first introduced in 1999 to describe a local area network that provided wireless Internet