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I think I have an idea why the MacBook pro run hotter than a regular laptop; the problem is that Apple tries to make their products thinner and smaller every now and then which is fine with me, but the problem is that when you have Macbook pro with a Quad Core I7 processor or even the I5 processor, they generate a lot of heat and they need a... Read more →
Every year around December, I assess my business arrangements with Internet subscription services. It's easy to forget about reoccurring expenses. I keep a spreadsheet of all subscriptions so the review is pretty easy. It's the maintenance and cutting the service that tends to be the hard part for me
Sure, it looks like a lot of money. That's... Read more →
Well its an awesome idea and looks like, its been grabbing loads of attention these days considering the increase in number of smart phone usage in daily life.
But one gap which we would notice is that each of these startups are meant for a particular element; be it a door or a bicycle.
How about combining all the... Read more →
With OS X, the App Store has provided an easy way to keep track of updates to various applications and make sure you're always running the latest and greatest software.
However, not all the apps on my computer have been purchased through the App Store. And this obviously doesn't help with Windows applications. There are a number of third party applications that have their own update modules -- but these don't generally run unless you open up the app. So, if there's... Read more →
For the better part of a year, I was using Asana and things were going ok, but I just grew frustrated with the functionality, so I tried using Evernote as a task management tool. Needless to say, Evernote can be nice... Read more →
I chat online a lot. Like tons! Between coordinating dinner plans with the fiancée, chatting with coworkers about technology news, and complaining to friends about my favorite baseball team, I find myself bouncing back and forth between my Gmail window and apps like Adium throughout the day.
The thing I like apps like Adium (or Trillian, Pidgin, iChat, etc...) is that I can carry on a conversation without losing focus... Read more →