I’m not normally looking to make changes like this… who am I kidding? Of course I am. I’m a speed freak. I love pushing my technology to the limit. Thanks to reddit user erythrocytes64, you can make a simple change to a Chrome flag. Go into Chrome and surf to chrome://flags/#max-tiles-for-interest-area. Set that to 512 instead of […]
So I’m reading this article over at Ars Technica that talks about how Windows XP is near its end of life for support from Microsoft (April 8). It has all kinds of graphs and charts that say one thing: Microsoft is still winning the OS and browser war. What else it shows is that with […]
I recently made the switch from an HTC One that I got back in May, my first Android phone, to the Google Nexus 5. Why did I do this? There are a few reasons, but one of them was that I wanted to have a phone that ran Google’s most current version of Android without […]
This is cool. A camera with a real OS. The Nikon Coolpix S800c will run Android Gingerbread and have a 3.5″ screen. I hope it’s snappy and responsive. Hehe, no pun intended!
I was reading some of my tech sites this morning when I noticed an article that discussed the computer science education we give our youth. I remember, way back in 1982/83, when math was boring to me (I finished our assignments rather quickly), and my 3rd grade teacher, Mrs. Luther, was searching for something to […]
So, on my way into work today, I was thinking, “Why isn’t there a desktop integration for Google Docs in the same way there is one for Dropbox?” All it took was a 93ms search and the result was Insync! Not only is Insync the solution I was looking for: A desktop folder that is […]
So, my transition from Comcast Digital Voice to Google Voice is complete. Here are the steps I took (mostly in this order): 1) Signed up for a Google Voice account, got a number to use in the 586 area code. 2) Bought an ObiTalk 110 from Amazon.com for $50. 3) Bought an AT&T GoPhone from Best Buy last […]
I’m a computer guy. I love computers and what we can do with them. I love the internet and what we can do with it. What I love MORE is what computers AND the internet allows us to do…and share…and dream…and share…and plot…and share. You get the idea. This Google Chrome commercial is a great […]
Ever wanted to keep your hands on the keyboard and navigate your tabs in Google Chrome? Well, I try to keep my hands on the keyboard as much as possible, so I took to Google to search for this, and wallah, it led me to this info: To switch to the next tab: Ctrl+Tab or […]
Surprisingly, Apple is 3rd, at 21%, behind Google’s 28% and RIM’s 36%. Read more at Ars Technica.