Monthly Archives: September 2012

30 sep

Amazing WebGL Realtime Music Visualizations

*, 3D Graphics, Chrome, Firefox, HTML5/CSS3, Internet Explorer, JavaScript, News, WebGL

WebGL is an amazing technology, allowing OpenGL technologies to be ported to JavaScript and viewable in your web browser. Almost any browser actually: Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer 9+. If you are on one of these browsers, you should really … Continue reading

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28 sep

Effective Programming: Concepts, Common Sense, and Big Picture

***, Cloud Computing, Clusters, Databases, Design, Electronics, Entrepreneurship, Hardware, Internet, Mobility, OS, Programming

Programming is simply a method of creating sets of instructions to perform specific operations. The process involves developing a deep knowledge of your subject material, designing specific algorithms, and creating a formal logic in order to complete a specific process. … Continue reading

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28 sep

Google to Launch New Data Center in Chili

**, Cloud Computing, Clusters, Google, Hardware, Internet, News

According to, it appears Google will be launching a new Data Center in Chili, the first Latin America data center. They will spend around $150M and have around 20 employees to operate it. With the growing tech industry in … Continue reading

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27 sep

Introducing the Galaxy Newton, no iPhone 5

*, Apple, Electronics, Hardware, Mobility, Samsung

This was a somewhat funny video of how you can fit a Galaxy S III in an Apple Newton. If you didn’t know, the Apple Newton, along with many others, was an attempt at building a mobile computer. Also called … Continue reading

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26 sep

Bionic Head Gear The Next Big Thing?

**, Design, DIY

Would you wear something like this in public? Perhaps for halloween it would be pretty killer and practical, which I think gives new meaning to wearable tech. At the very least, I’m not sure this would be appropriate to wear while picking … Continue reading

25 sep

LIFX: The Reinvented Light Bulb

**, Android, Entrepreneurship, Internet, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Mobility, Windows

This is what I’m talking about. A light bulb that lasts 25 years, network/smart phone ready and offers dozens of practical applications. Nearly 9,000 backers have pledged $1.3 million to fund this kickstarter project with 50 days left to go … Continue reading

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24 sep

Install Samsung Galaxy SIII in Your Car Dash

*, Android, Car Computing, DIY, Electronics, Google, Hardware, Samsung

Now we are thinking. I have posted this idea many times before, but someone has actually done a slight implementation of this with a Samsung Galaxy SIII. I still feel that these phones are somehow going to become an integral … Continue reading

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23 sep

Apple iPhone 5 is Fastest Phone in the World

*, Apple, Browsers, Electronics, Hardware, iPhone, Samsung

Based on benchmarks from PC Magazine and others, it is being claimed that the iPhone 5 A6 processor juices it up enough to be the fastest phone on the market. Samsung Galaxy S III, not quite there, but if you … Continue reading

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21 sep

iPhone 5 / iOS 6 – Early Release Issues and Bugs

***, Apple, eBay, Electronics, iPhone, News

Not all that surprising, there are bugs when developing a new mobile operating system. iOS 6 was released with the new iPhone 5 and many of us waited in line and shelled out almost $800 for this new phone. Even … Continue reading

20 sep

Desktop HTML5: Still in the Back Seat, Just Waiting

***, Chrome, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Internet Explorer, JavaScript, Microsoft

HTML5: It’s still not here… I almost feel like it’s a constant reminder that it will take some time for HTML5 to become realized, apparent, and saturated in the desktop world. With Internet Explorer’s ten year support model, we are … Continue reading

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