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Gadget Review: iHome Power Omni 3000 and 6000 Battery Chargers

iHome Power Omni 6000

If you're looking for extra mobile battery life while you're on the move, iHome's Power Omni series of batteries may be just what you're looking for. Read More »

Six Tech Jobs in Non-Tech Industries

Source: http://study.com/

Getting a tech job doesn’t always mean working in a tech industry. There are plenty of companies outside of the traditional industry looking for your technological skill set. Read More »

Tech Product Review: Power It – Portable Car Jump Starter & Device Charger

impasse power it car charger

This gadget give me the confidence to get out there on the road, without worrying I am going to be stranded somewhere. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Learning C++ by Creating Games with UE4′ by William Sherif

Learning C++ by Creating Games with UE4, book, William Sherif

This book is focused primarily on C++ coding and not on learning Unreal Engine 4. While coding is an essential component of game development, newcomers might benefit from a little more instruction on the editor itself. Read More »

Podcasting: Is It The Future Or The Past?

serial podcast

At the grand old age of 59 I have lived through many technology revolutions and have a huge interest in the subject. The traditional way to get the news was through a newspaper. I liked the format. You never knew what was going to happen next. Turn the page and you found a whole new vista of discovery. The problem ... Read More »

Google’s Project Fi Promises Seamless Switching Between Cellular and Wireless Service

Project Fi

Google claims Project Fi is the best mobile network service to date, and guarantees a secure, encrypted network no matter the connection. Read More »

After Mobilegeddon: How Google’s Algorithm Change is Affecting Rankings

Source: business2community.com

Surprisingly, major websites like YouTube, Amazon, and Target ranked relatively low on the list, with YouTube only showing up as mobile-friendly a quarter of the time. Read More »

New Software Spotlight: SONAR Platinum from Cakewalk

SONAR Platinum

SONAR remains one of the more powerful workstations on the Windows platform. It comes bundled with a wide range of plug-ins and other content providing a lot of value for the price. Read More »

New Software Newsflash: Adobe Creative Cloud For Photography – April 2015

Lightroom CC

This release of Lightroom CC contains a lot of new features that photographers will really like in that it will make them less reliant on Photoshop. Read More »

NAB 2015: Drone-ing On and On – The Pizza has Landed

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Drones were everywhere at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas this year. No, not male honeybees or parasitic loafers, but unmanned aircraft remotely or programmatically controlled. More specifically, drones with cameras attached. Read More »