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November 10, 2014

Are you a Google Chrome user? Did you know that the address bar in Google Chrome is capable of many extraordinary things? Check out this list of features available to users of Chrome.

  • Quick Unit Conversion and Math
  • Turn the Browser into a Notepad
  • Drag and Drop Searching
  • Search Gmail or Google Drive

Be sure to check out what Chrome is capable of, and browse better.

November 6, 2014

We’ve all heard of Wi-Fi, but what about Wi-Tricity? Imagine a house where you don’t have plug anything in, just simply turn it on? No batteries, no wires. Wireless electricity is already built in to some smart phones but there must be physical contact with some sort of metal plate. This article goes into more depth about a new, emerging technology that acts similarly to your laptop’s WiFi. Just get a device in range and it will automatically turn on or start charging.

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November 5, 2014

Sharp has revealed an infrared security camera capable of capturing color 720p video in the dark. Incorporating technology based upon discoveries by Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, the camera captures images via a sensor that uses-near-infrared for illumination, eliminating the need for ambient light. For more info, check out engadget’s post!

November 4, 2014

As consumers consume more and more internet based media, such as streaming movies and music, ad spending for internet based ads is following suit. So much web based media is being consumed, that internet ad spending is set to overtake TV ad spending for the first time ever. Market researcher Forrester has released a report which states that web advertising will overtake TV in 2016. Also reported by Forrester is that adults in the US spend 52 percent of their total media time on the web during a typical week, up from 45 percent in 2009.

November 4, 2014

If you didn’t already have Amazon Prime, it’s hard to imagine why, but with the addition of free unlimited photo and video storage, it’s become a no-brainer. More than just a Dropbox assassin, the latest addition illustrates the real core of Amazon’s plan to win: Making us all kings of infinite space.


November 3, 2014

There was quite a bit of controversy when traditional light bulbs were mandated out of existence. Then came the future of lighting. Remember when High Efficiency Bulbs were huge, ugly, and dangerous? Well, that’s not the case any more. Cree has created a high efficiency LED bulb that is the same basic shape and size as a traditional monofilament bulb, but lasts longer, while using less power. Best part is, it’s available for purchase now!

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