The Advent of Netflix When Netflix was first introduced to consumers in 1997, it made quite an impression with movie-goers and movie-lovers. Netflix made a substantial leap in the film industry by creating an avenue where customers could have the movie of their choice sent to them through the mail for them to watch. The [...]
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If you are Apple Inc. obsessed and scoff at anything with a squiggly window icon then you are probably like many others. You have multiple Apple products. It started with a big clunky iPod, then the third generation iPod, then the iMac into the iBook, the iMac (newer generation), the MacBook Pro, and most recently [...]
Image via Wikipedia Although laptops and tablet computers are steadily increasing in popularity, the desktop processor hasn’t been completely replaced as of yet. In many case a desktop system with equal or even better specs can be found for substantially less than an equivalent laptop system. Coupled with the fact that many of these systems [...]
BlackBerry unveiled its latest model this week and the sleek new gadget is set up to give the iPhone a run for its money. The new BlackBerry model, which is called the Torch, features both a touch screen and a slide out keyboard for easier texting. It will be available in stores starting August 12th [...]
Apples next big device post the iPod was the iPhone, a smartphone touted as the best selling in its class since its introduction. This mobile phone is simply so much more than that, though the most recent release of the iPhone, the iPhone 4, has not been without controversy within only weeks after its introduction. [...]
Image via Wikipedia The next big gadget from Apple, the iPad, is a tool that promises to blend together all of the popular features of the iPod Touch plus new ones. It puts it all together in a device the size of a notepad that allows for a larger display than the iPod Touch with [...]
Image via Wikipedia The debate continues and a trend seems to be emerging. Once the market leader in personal computing, IBM lost tremendous market share to other more affordable and equally reliable PC manufacturers, such as Gateway, Toshiba and Dell. Microsoft ensured PC survivability among everyday users by adapting the more arcane user interface of [...]