Since Microsoft released Windows 8 and their Surface tablet, I get a lot of questions on how to use it. I walk you through how to navigate, multitask and access the basic features of the operating system. Microsoft...Read More
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The HTC Titan is the largest of the latest generation of Windows Phone 7 devices. The huge 4.7 inch screen simply makes everything bigger, easier to read, and adds to an overall great experience. I have been using the phone as...Read More
As requested I go over what is on my windows phone 7 device. WP7 is has some great apps and I go over every app on my phone. Please comment below if you have any suggestions of some great apps you might use. Best Price on the...Read More
I walk through iOS5 and WP7 Mango and show the different concepts of each in depth. This is a long video to try and show you every thing I could of how each phone OS is different from one another. Check out the video for all...Read More
Microsoft made official today that Zune HD is indeed imminent, with a release expected sometime in the 4th quarter of 2009. Some of the details strike me as a bit curious, however, most notably the lack of built-in
HD video output capability; that will require an optional docking station, not included. Considering its quoted
display resolution isn’t that much better than non-HD mobile devices, I find its "HD" classification to be a bit
of a stretch, to say the least (unless you consider the built-in HD radio receiver a good justification for the
Zune is having a planned outage for their service this coming Monday. The outage could be for as long as 48 hours and is for maintenance and that is about the only details we have. The outage starts at 12:01 a.m. PT on Monday and again could potentially go for about 48 hours.
So far we have Facebook, Myspace, and the list goes on and on, and now we have Raptr. The difference is that Raptr is meant specifically for the gamer in all of us. Much like Xbox Live, Raptr allows us to track our friends and what games they are playing.
The thing that sets Raptr apart is that it tracks your games on Windows, Mac, Xbox Live, Steam, World of Warcraft and shares it not only with the Raptr client, but with Facebook, twitter and Friendfeed.