Category Archives: Browsers

31 may

Bridge Your Wireless Connection via Ad-Hoc

**, Apple, Browsers, DIY, Internet, Mac, Mobility, Samsung, Windows

We ran into a hotel today that did not offer wireless internet. And with these Ultrabooks I carry around, they each don’t have the Ethernet plug readily available (Samsung Series 9 and Macbook Air). Fortunately, I had the adapter for … Continue reading

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21 may

Write Your Own Modal Window Script

**, Browsers, DIY, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, JavaScript

ModalWindow’s are pretty popular things these days. And they aren’t very difficult to do. In-fact, I would have to say that they are easier to do by hand, then to do by JavaScript inclusion. That could depend on how complex … Continue reading

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17 may

Screen Real-Estate – Why You Need 7 Monitors

*, 3D Graphics, Browsers, Electronics, Entertainment, Games, Google, Internet

Like I need to give you all a reason you need another monitor hooked up to your desktop… But just to give you one more reason, watch the videos below.

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3 apr

Google Drops Webkit and Announces Blink, Their Own Rendering Engine

*, Browsers, Chrome, Google, News, Safari

Web developers and designers get ready for even more browser fragmentation, because you’re in for a ride! Google announced today they are breaking ties with Apple’s open source Webkit rendering engine to retrofit the web with their rendering engine called … Continue reading

28 mar

The Windows 8 Media PC with a New SSD

***, Electronics, Entertainment, Hacking, Hardware, Home Projects, Internet, Internet Explorer, Media, Microsoft, Netflix, News, Windows

If you have been following this week, you have heard about my tragic Western Digital Drive failing. Lol, I am just kidding, these things happen all the time, and my Media PC got a good and solid 3 years out … Continue reading

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21 mar

Print Magazines About the Web, Why to Buy

***, 3D Graphics, Browsers, Companies, DIY, Entertainment, Media

There has been that, what seems like, long told argument for years and years about digital media taking over print media. It’s true, it’s taking place right now, has already put a huge dent in print, but it is not … Continue reading

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9 mar

Android’s Extensibility and Potential Growth vs Who?

***, Android, Apple, Chrome, Electronics, Google, Hardware, iPhone, Linux, Microsoft

Android is open source and available on a variety of devices, all with many different memory and processing limitations. You can easily tie into the system, even without rooting, in order to take any phone and turn it into a … Continue reading

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20 feb – Google vs. Bing, brought by Bing

**, Browsers, Chrome, Google, Internet, Internet Explorer, Microsoft

Microsoft has went on several $100M campaigns, in an effort to spread the word and bite at Google’s search market. They have lost, supposedly $5.5B on Bing alone, attempting to perfect their search and promote it to the popular. But, … Continue reading

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16 feb

Take a Tour of a 6 Screen / Monitor Setup

*, 3D Graphics, Apple, Browsers, Electronics, Hardware, Mac, Media, Mobility

Four years ago, 8 GB of RAM was a lot. Today, people are looking to 32 GB RAM systems, and as screens get cheaper and real-estate grows, the need for RAM grows with it. Whether it be 3x 46inch screens, … Continue reading

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9 feb

Why Do Apple Laptops Cost So Much!?

***, Apple, ASUS, Chrome, Design, Electronics, Hardware, Mac, Media, Microsoft, Mobility

Boy ol’ Boy, Apple laptops cost a lot of money. Granted, I am regularly spending on all sorts of technology, that I may or may not actually “need”. But when I see the prices on Apple’s products, it can be … Continue reading