Have you ever spent hours trying to find the perfect source to cite in you paper, or find a statistic that supports a product you are trying to sell? Or maybe you stumbled across an article a while back on a particular site and now you need to find it again. These can be frustrating tasks when you’re using a search engine such as Google, but if you know exactly what to enter, you’ll quickly become a search engine pro.
Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably heard the buzz surrounding the release of Sony’s new mirrorless beast, the A7R II. When it comes to full-frame mirrorless cameras, your options are kind of limited. Sony’s A7 line, including the A7, A7 II, A7S, A7R has become the most popular choice in this category. Now, with the release of the A7R II, Sony is looking to solidify it’s dominance in the category with a few big improvements.
If you use Google Now, you know that by enabling location services, you can automatically receive updates on weather, traffic and more based off of your home, work and frequently visited locations. But, what happens if you move or get a new job? Google Now won’t be as accurate in its information, continuing to give info based on the old address. Don’t worry – you can easily change your ‘Home’ or ‘Work’ location in Google by following these steps. See below for screenshots.
For some people, drones are out of the question. They’re expensive, there’s a steep learning curve, and for most, they’re not practical. Unless you fall into the category of either hobbyist, or professional, it almost doesn’t make sense to own a drone. But, that doesn’t mean that tons of people don’t like the idea of drones, especially the photos and video footage they can produce. If you own a drone, but the footage you want to capture is of yourself (doing something amazing of course,) you’re pretty much out of luck unless you know someone else who can man the controls… until now.
With Apple’s new Macbook having been in the hands of some of the industry’s leading reviewers for a couple of weeks, and now that you’ve gotten to hear what they have to say, you may have come to the harsh realization that although thin, light and beautiful, it may not be right for you. Well, chin up, Sunny – You’ve got options. When it comes to laptops, there are plenty of fish in the sea so to speak, and the ASUS Zenbook ux305 is looking quite tasty.
Mom’s are great. I mean, just think about it. All the things they went through, and put up with when raising you. Snotty noses, dirty diapers, the crying, the screaming. The list goes on and on. With only (less than) a week left until Mother’s Day, it’s time to get serious about your shopping list. For all the years they spent devoted to raising a child ( a.k.a., you), there’s only one day a year dedicated to them – so you better make your gift a good one! If you’re having trouble coming up with ideas, check out the list below of tech gifts for Mom that she is sure to appreciate.
Samsung’s current ‘Level On‘ headphones, listed on their site for $169.99, tout an ultra-comfortable, on-ear design with exceptional sound quality.
Is it just me, or does it seem like Google always has something up their sleeve?
This week (April 22nd) a press release from Google announced “A new way to say hello” with Project Fi. What is Project Fi, you ask? Project Fi is a new “service plan” in which Google is combining the best of both worlds when it comes to WiFi and cellular data. Starting as an exclusive to Nexus 6 owners, Project Fi will allow users to seamlessly transition between WiFi and cellular data while on the go, no user interaction required.
So, as promised, here is the second installment for the 10 Free, but Awesome Android Icon Packs. Add these to your Android device to spice things up a bit and to give your phone a refresh.
As you may have guessed, Min is a minimalistic Android icon pack that features solid white icons, but using only “the meat” of the icon. No circles, no squares, just icons.
Another, flat, circular icon pack (noticing a trend here?), Notro offers a clean, black & white design that will ad some contrast to your screen. Some people aren’t into so much color in their icons, so this is the pack for them.
Ascendance, the next DLC installment for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is right around the corner, and yesterday, the Xbox and Call of Duty teams tossed us another amazing trailer to get our mouths watering. As with the last Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare DLC, Havoc, Ascendance brings four new multiplayer maps: Perplex, Climate, Chop Shop and Site 244. If that’s not enough, Ascendance comes with a LMG/Shotgun hybrid weapon, the OHM-Werewolf, a Grapple mode, which allows you to quickly traverse the map, and more Exo Zombie goodness.
Enough gabbing, check out the preview below for more cameraman, Randall Higgins, action-packed gameplay, and John Malkovich.
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