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  1. How SMS Works By Jim Sherman
    SMS, or Short Message Service, is the technology behind what we often refer to as ‘text messages’ or ‘SMSes’, as well as what allows for news alerts on cellular phones. In recent years SMS has ballooned to over a 50 billion dollar industry and is quickly taking the communications world by storm.Short Message Service actually refers to a framework that uniquely allows computers, or in this case phones, to communicate with each other without the need of a central hub. With SMS, phones can find…


  2. Give Your Old Laptop the High Def Monitor It's Always Wanted By Nathan Kartchner
    There it sits: the shiny new high-definition monitor that you just picked up for a killer price. You pull out your laptop with dreams of sharp, hi-res graphics dancing through your head, only to realize that your laptop only has a VGA out port. You could always get a VGA to DVI adapter, but with only an analog signal, what do you do about the picture quality? The resolution? The definition? Without the digital, what’s the point?You’re not alone. With the proliferation of high definition TVs, m…


  3. iPod Nano: "Halo Effect" By Eddie Miller
    Apple has a reputation for excellence with its line of iPod mp3 players. All of its players have proven to be of the utmost quality offering the best music playback, the most amount of music storage, the sleekest design, the ease of use, and all of these brought together in an affordable, appealing package. Each of the new iPod’s have brought something new and intriguing to the table while still offering the same level of quality, style, ease of use, and price. Needless to say, the iPod Nano i…


  4. 10 Important Tips to Finding the Best Laptop By Tamara Williams
    Taking the time to review laptops is time well spent especially when wanting to have the best working laptop for all your specific needs.When reviewing consider these things;1. Screen - What are you looking for in the Screen., is it resolution, size, definition.2. Portability - Are you carrying it around a campus or is it mainly home and hotel?3. Speed - Laptops are generally 20-30% slower that Stationary Computer with the same features. If speed is a necessity be sure to check out details suc…


  5. Connecting a Laptop to Multiple Networks By Alexander Lee
    Having a notebook or laptop provides the freedom to be truly mobile. You can work in many places and situations. But this brings an annoyance: if you move your notebook between various different networks, you always have to change network settings.Recently my employer has issued me a brand new notebook. When I came home at the end of the day, I had to disable DHCP, set up an IP-address and DNS configuration. Next morning I needed to reverse my configuration to work at my office. The real heada…


  6. Mobile Computing: Taking It With Us By Leon Chaddock
    For the holidays this year, more people will be getting mobile computing options than ever before in history. With so many various ways of staying connected through computers, people seem to not be able to get enough. This is great news for all of those out there that love new technology as it is the force behind many companies and their drive to have the best of, the latest and greatest of, and of course the public's favorite mobile computing device.We rush here to there. We have less time…


  7. Wireless Connectivity and You By Nathan Kartchner
    As computer connectivity continues to evolve, there is a definite push towards wireless. The idea of wireless connectivity is not new. IrDA, or infrared wireless communication has been around for a while. IrDA uses pulsed infrared light waves to provide wireless connectivity to printers, cell phones, PDAs, laptops and other devices. IrDA is fairly limited in its usage parameters, requiring close proximity and direct line of sight between IrDA ports. These limitations have led to the marginaliz…


  8. Audio Books and MP3 Players – A Perfect Couple? By Paton Jackson
    Most of the Mp3 players’ manufacturers plan their product for the purpose of listening to music. However, in the past couple of years more and more MP3 players are used for listening to audio books. There is a difference between the needs using the MP3 players for audio books and for MP3 music. If you consider using your new MP3 player for listening to audio books take into account the following considerations:1. Behavior after interruption – This is the most important consideration you should…


  9. Refurbished Laptops Vs. Used Laptops By M Johnson
    If you have been searching the web for very long looking for a laptop you have seen these three phrases. Do they have different meanings? Yes they do as we will point out some reasons laptops are labeled differently. Let's begin by examining each phrase followed with a short definition:Refurbished LaptopsRefurbished laptops are PCs that have been bought new by a consumer and has been used between 1 day and 3 months(depending on the store). The customer returns the laptop to the store for an…


  10. Wireless Broadband Access - Making the Virtual Office Possible By Rick Parrott
    Do you remember when home wireless networking burst into our lives? Suddenly we could work from any where in the house. Have you ever wanted to do the same when you are out on the road?With WiMax, now you can!WiMax is a wireless network access program that offers its subscribers citywide high-speed broadband access to the internet. You can be up to 31 miles from an antenna and still get online.Although, the further you are from the antenna the slower your connection.Here is how it works.A bro…


  11. How to Make Sure to Save Money and Headaches on Your Next Used Laptop Purchase By Jesse Harwell
    Anyone who is in the retail sector of the computer business will recognize the following dilemna. Before buying, the consumer desires to know everything about the technical aspects of the laptops, rather than the practical aspects. It seems the customer will try and find out all of the technical differences between hard drive’s… such as seek time, partitions available, physical dimensions…. All important stuff to be sure. But this information is sought out before the practical details such as …


  12. MP3 Player Sales to Soar By Eddie Miller
    Think the iPod and mp3 players are the big craze now? Analysts predict that the current massive numbers of mp3 player sales are merely a fraction of what they will be in four years. Although it is hard to think that these little gems could sell in even larger numbers, the fact is that mp3 players will soon be the primary way of listening to music no matter where you live in the world.Worldwide in 2004, a total of 26.4 million mp3 players were sold. However, led by Apple’s uber popular iPod mp3…


  13. Why is My PDA Tougher Than Yours? Because It's Got Armor By Rene Tse
    If you have a PDA ask yourself a very important question. Is it safe from unforseen hazards on the road? When I asked myself this same question the answer scared me. NO, it's not protected. It's why I've taken steps to make my PDA as tough as possible. Let's face it, like Murphy's Law if something can go wrong, it will. Instead of waiting for the accident to happen I assumed it would and imagined the panic that would ensue without my PDA. That was enough to scare me into action.What I've done …


  14. Shopping for a Laptop By Meryl K. Evans
    Shopping for a laptop is overwhelming because of the numerous choices. No one can tell you what you need or don't need, except maybe your spouse, parent, kid, local geek, or know-it-all who knows you. But it's still good to know a few things about buying a laptop. An educated customer is a happy customer, right?Most important question when starting this research: do you need a laptop? If you need a combo desktop / laptop, you can get a laptop with a docking station.A common question is whether…


  15. Why Would a Baby Boomer Need an iPod? By Debra Conrad
    If you're a Baby Boomer, you'll know if you are one, your life is full. Busy is a word we use often. Your lives are busy with family, work, chores and errands. Frantic, might be a better description. It's called life in the fast lane.Baby Boomers want to have it all, and get it all done now, if not sooner. Have you taken notice of what you are doing? Why you are so busy? Are you sitting in the doctor's waiting room? Are you stuck in traffic? Do you spend time on your lunch hour doing bus…


  16. How SIP Works By Jim Sherman
    Have you ever wondered why long distance calls cost so much? In part the reason is because telephone lines cost so much. When driving, you might occasionally see a telephone crew maintaining a telephone line, but what you may have never considered is that there are literally thousands of individuals working around the clock to maintain our telephone lines.The telephony system works via a cog and wheel setup. What this means is that every long distance call you make is routed along a telephon…


  17. How To Find The Best Laptop Deals By Titus Hoskins
    Finding a special laptop deal or price is within every shopper's reach. It's mainly knowing where to look!Simple as that statement may sound, many people in the market for a new or used laptop don't know where to look for that special laptop or notebook deal. They simply don't know how to proceed or what steps they should take to find the laptop deals that do exist, sometimes right in they very own neighborhood.Simple shopping tips or advice that may take 100s off the price of a new or used l…


  18. Excellence Miniaturized By Eddie Miller
    iPod. Just that one word alone brings up memories of what has quickly become one of the world’s largest fads. It seems as if everyone owns an iPod, and rightfully so. Apple’s line of iPod’s have continuously proven to be the most reliable, high end, sleek, technically advanced mp3 players available on the market. As one would expect, the iPod Nano is continuing this line of excellence.The new iPod Nano may seem like nothing special to outsiders merely glancing in, and it may seem as if Apple i…


  19. Mobile Learning – An Alternative Worth Considering By Michael Rad
    There are virtually no limits to what you can learn from cell phone applications. Mobile learning can reach all fields of study and you can use your cell phone to get new facts about business, culture, social issues, education, entertainment and more. Modern cell phones offer larger displays, which are more suitable for mobile learning. You can also see graphics and visual support implemented in some of the learning applications you can use on your cell phone.Traditional learning Vs. Mobile le…


  20. WiFi Hotspots News is PDA Game Boon By Damian Julien
    I came across some intriguing WiFi access news on the TechNewsWorld site.Seattle residents in the US are partaking of WiFi access made available by the King County Metro Transit.While some folks in Seattle may be thinking of checking their email on the go and similar mundanities, I'll be thinking along distinctly different lines if the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) suddenly adopts it.Snails, Warfare Incorporated and some Stuntcar Extreme to whet my Pocket PC wireless multiplayer gaming appe…


  21. Purchasing Your Portable Laptop By Alan Jason Smith
    Before you purchase your laptop you'll want to familiarize yourself with the various features and determine what you need and what you do not. Some folks seek out all the latest bells and whistles. For others it's about getting your typical job done efficiently and cost effectively.Here are some helpful hints:To save yourself money look for a Celeron processor. Less expensive than a Pentium, it will work fine for all but the most detailed graphics projects. If you're a graphic artist or a prof…


  22. A Quick Guide to Wireless Networking By Gary Hendricks
    1. Essential Equipment Right, let's move right along. The first thing to do in setting up a wireless home network is to get the correct equipment. These are the things you need:Wireless home networking kit This is your basic equipment for the network. Typically, these home networking kits come with a firewalled wireless router (e.g. the immensely popular Linksys WRT54G). Some also bundle a wireless PC card for connecting laptops to the network, or a wireless USB adapter for connecting desktop …


  23. Make Your Documents Portable With A PIM Agendus Professional V9.0 Manager By Rene Tse
    Many new Symbian OS and Palm OS users may be unaware that an application called PIM or personal information manager comes built in with ROM on every Palm OS device or Symbian OS. I promise that my article presents agendus professional v9.0 in a clear, concise and friendly manner. You leave this article all smarter for. I've tested out these applications in the real world as a voice recognition training coach. I have many corporate clients as well is physically impaired clients. I have been tea…


  24. Are Refurbished Laptops the Best Value? By M Johnson
    Refurbished Laptops sales are growing at an alarming rate. Companies and business owners are having trouble keeping them stocked. Every top company including IBM, Dell, Compaq and HP are seeing a dramatic increase in the demand for refurbished laptops. Why? The answer is easy. They save people money and lots of it!Refurbished laptops come in at almost 60% off the original retail price. The difference between a new laptop computer and a reconditioned one could be several hundred dollars. …


  25. Choosing a Laptop Computer Based on Hardware and Software Needs By David Arnold Livingston
    Laptop computers are one of the most desirable techie gadgets. A laptop is a portable computer that could comfortably be used while on a person’s lap – hence the name. It contains all the basic and necessary software (like Office System and Internet access) and hardware (like CD-Rom drive and Modem) features of an ordinary computer and still fits in an ordinary briefcase or backpack.Advantages of Owning a Laptop1. Portability.Being portable, it can be brought along and used anywhere - school, …






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