Apple To Abandon Headphone Jack? Beats Deal Suddenly Makes Sense


Just yesterday, I was reading an article that had an image of the bottom-side of an iPhone, showing it’s headphone jack. I thought, “How can these devices be made any thinner if they are limited by the width of the headphone jack?”

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The Apple Integrated Home Life

I just picked up a new Airport Time Capsule from Apple to replace my old Linksys wifi router. The time capsule will also provide back-up’s for my MacBook Air. Add in my two iPhone’s (work and personal), and things are set up pretty nicely. I didn’t opt for the Apple TV (got the Ruko 3 instead), so that’s it for now as far as Apple products go. The time capsule software is running now, and it’s slick. On top of it, the Airport itself couldn’t have been simpler to set up. Gotta hand it to Apple with their devices. They are making set-up’s easy, and setting a new standard for all other manufacturers who claim “easy set-up”.

pwSafe & Dropbox

Access your hybrid cloud-based password database file anywhere! Works great in Apple iOS and Mac. Next is to set it up in Windows. You gain the security of Dropbox and a password-safe file without actually typing your passwords into an actual cloud based password-holding website.

The pwSafe program costs a couple dollars, but it’s well worth the cost.

Where Does Old Tech Go To “Die”?

Look no further than here:

It’s so weird to see all of these old pieces of junk, I mean, technology just piled up together and taking up space. So the next time you wonder where your old Inkjet, flip phone, or CRT monitor ended up when you upgraded, it might have wound up in a tech graveyard!

Google Voice Search vs Apple Siri, Part 1

Found this head-to-head video between Google Voice Search and Apple Siri on Redmond Pie. Some of the results are pretty amazing! Especially how Google Voice Search shows you on the screen what you are asking/saying. It’s a quick and fast confirmation the phone heard your words properly. I’ve downloaded the app, and I’ll give it a shot later today and test it for myself.

Link to Redmond Pie review:

Hack Chrome, Win $60k!

This is what I love about Google. They put out a hit on their own Internet browser to the tune of $60,000 to help make their browser safe. And once the exploit was found, the patch was made and updates sent out within 10 hours. Now that’s how you keep protected! Read more here: cnet link

12 Tips To Become A Better Smartphone Photographer

Came across an easy, fast read for better photography on your smartphone. Have a look. It’s a fast read, promise!

Ultrabook Laptops For IT Professionals

I’ve been on a hunt lately to find a new laptop for work to replace my 4yr old Dell Latitude E6400. There have been a slew of new models available from various manufacturers, but being an IT professional, I had some specific requirements.
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Steve Jobs Resigns From Apple

Obviously this is old news now, but still worth posting about. I thought it was cool his resignation letter was published.

Personal Tech Disasters

Watching this Top 5 video on today made me laugh out loud! I laughed because it’s true. You need to be conscious of your online postings, both manual and automatic. Watch and learn!

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