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Technologies Review | October 15, 2018

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How To Recover Files From Mac Hard Drive?

October 14, 2015 |

Solution for Mac User to Recover Lost Files

We will lose important files, data, and information if we don’t know how to perform data recovery after loss of data. For Mac users, loss of important photo, document, and video file, audio can be a real pain. It is more difficult to recover files from Mac because OS X is more complex than Windows. Sometimes you even don’t know where your files are stored on. You can restore the files from Trash bin if you have not emptied it. But if you have emptied the Trash bin, how to do?

The lost files are not permanently lost from your Mac hard drive. You can’t make them reappear on your Mac by yourself, but a third-party tool can do this work. That is why data recovery software tools are highly popular. Mac data recovery software can help you find lost files and recover … Read More

Storage Fueling A Positive Customer Experience

December 4, 2013 |

People don’t like waiting. You hear that all the time, and usually the speaker says our modern culture is the impetus for our lack of patience. What those people fail to realize, however, is that the sentiment of some new technology or culture shift destroying society’s ability to wait is a common refrain throughout history. Every advance that reduces travel time—steamships, trains and planes—is met with skepticism. How fast do people really need to travel? Nobody needs to be able to travel across the Atlantic Ocean in less than two months.

Technological advances don’t make people impatient; the existing lack of patience is what drives innovation. University researchers didn’t want to have to mail papers to one another anymore, so they created ARPANet, the precursor to the Internet.

The trend continues. People continue to want faster access to data, and they want to be able to network with people across the world instantly. … Read More

SSD versus HDD: What’s Best For Business?

July 30, 2013 |

The hard disk drive has ruled as the king of secondary storage since the 1960s, beating tape reels and punch cards. At the time, it was the latest and greatest storage technology out there, able to access information non-sequentially and, over time, reducing its form factor and increasing its storage density so much that it’s hard to imagine any other storage tech beating it. But that’s where solid state storage comes in. Faced with the increasing viability of solid state arrays, many businesses have to face the difficult decision of whether to ditch the hard drive in favor of solid state storage.

Hard Disks

The most obvious benefit of hard disks is their ability to store massive amounts of data. A single drive can now store up to 4 TB of information, while the largest consumer SSD is only one-quarter of that. The price of hard disk storage is incredibly low, especially when you consider … Read More

Roadtrip 2.0 – How Technology Can Make Your Summer Trip Better Than Ever

June 25, 2013 |

Back in the old days, keeping long car trips interesting took some brain-wracking creativity and it wasn’t always pretty. After all, you can only sing “99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall” so many times. Luckily, we’re living in the wonderful Information Age when technology is mobile and versatile. If you’re planning a big road trip this summer, consider integrating these wonderful pieces of technology to make the vacation more enjoyable.

Playlists That Don’t Stop

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Gone are the days of the painstakingly organized mix cassette or CD collection. With the help of an MP3 player or even a smartphone, you can take your entire music collection with you on your summer road trip. Most digital music devices only need a simple peripheral to connect to car audio equipment, so for a pittance you can go through as many playlists as you can imagine. Better yet, ditch … Read More

Branding Through Web Design

April 1, 2013 |

By now most business owners have realized the importance of developing a website for their company. These websites help new clients find the company, allow the company to communicate directly with their consumer base and are a great form of advertising. Creating a successful website is not as simple as throwing some words on a Web page, however. A well-developed website will attract more readers, engage people and encourage more business. Whether you build a site yourself or contract a Web design professional, here are some of the most relevant emerging trends in website design for 2013 for business owners to keep in mind as they start working on their own website.

The Importance of Responsive Design

Responsive design really became popular in 2012, and it’s likely to continue growing into 2013. This design makes it easier for websites to be displayed well regardless of the device. This means that whether a potential customer is using a … Read More

Can I Use My Tablet PC For In-Car Navigation?

November 19, 2012 |

In a word, yes! TomToms are all very well, but many Tablet PC manufacturers are starting to pay close attention to the locations services they are including with their devices. In this article, we’ll look at some of the ways you can use your Tablet PCs to navigate just like any SatNav.

Google Maps with Navigation (free). This app tends to come built-in to Android Tablet PC devices, and it’s one of the main reasons for Android’s popularity over competitor products such as iOS (though this is to change in iOS 6). It works off Google’s concise mapping product, simply called ‘Maps’, and provides overhead as well as turn-by-turn navigation. Check it out! It should be on your device from the word go.

MapQuest (free). It’s quite astonishing that this app is provided free of charge. Similar in functionality to Google Maps, MapQuest offers an additional quirk: voice navigation. Read it your destination, and … Read More

Doesn’t Let Hard Disk Failure Put You Off, Disk Image Is Always an Option

September 24, 2012 |

Size of the hard disk is always one of the main factors to be considered while purchasing a PC. Ugly or beautiful, let’s face it! Hard disk may crash any time, no matter whether your PC is a new one or an age-old one, leaving you frustrated of losing all your crucial files. When technology was not very much developed, business owners suffered tremendous setbacks without a proper back up. But, this era has provided you with many technologies of creating a back up of your files, creating a Disk Image is one of the “Savior” methods of having back up.

Creating a Disk Image is simpler, however you need to ensure that copying of files and restoration are done perfectly. If the process is carried out properly then, there wouldn’t be any need of re-installation of operating system to get back the actual form of files.

Now that you know about this technology, you … Read More

New Great Gears Of The Month

August 21, 2012 |

Here’s the list of 6 new great gears this month.

 

Agnostic Audio Dock: Samsung Da-E750 Docking Station

The Samsung DA-E750 declares its OS agnosticism with a dual-docking system that allows you to plug in both iOS and Android devices. That is good news for all since the device is sure to deliver quality sound as it is a throwback to classic audio sensibilities with its mahogany finish and hybrid vacuum tube amplifier. Packing 2.1 channel fiberglass speakers and a 100W subwoofer, the DA-E750 is a must have for audiophiles.

 

Blackmagic Cinema Camera

Struggling, cash strapped film­makers and directors can even the playing field as they go head to head with the big studios by calling upon Blackmagic who have announced their new Cinema Camera. Powerful features such as 13 stops of dynamic range, a high resolution 2,5K sensor and SSD recorder make it a match for any other similar device on the market. … Read More

The Mobile Cloud

April 26, 2012 |

With the rise of powerful cloud computing applications–and smartphones– the future of the Web is more about access than ownership. Applications won’t be owned, they’ll be accessed through the cloud. The same will be true for books, music and every other form of consumable digital media. Though Amazon stands as the giant of public cloud computing, there are many Amazon competitors that offer services with varying degrees of similarity to the electronic retailer’s own products. This is all made possible through elements of the cloud that only require minimal processing power on the devices used to access them. Mobility is the natural evolution of cloud technology. It won’t be long before everything that can be done on a computer will require neither a hard drive nor a computer, but a smartphone and a fast wireless connection. Here are a few current cloud-based technologies breaking ground in the mobile space.

1. Cloud Printing – Digital printing has … Read More

Top 5 Most Useful Cloud-Based Apps for College Students

March 27, 2012 |

For busy students, not having the right file on hand can be a major setback when working away from home. You may try to have your flash drive with you at all times, but what about the times that you forget to save an important document on the drive or forget to bring it with you at all? Cloud-based apps are designed especially for situations like these, so you can have all of your important documents fully accessible, whether you’re working from your home computer, laptop, tablet, or even your smartphone.

For students enrolled in technology degree programs, understanding and gaining personal experience with cloud-based apps can not only improve your convenience and organization for your classes, but can help you become more familiar with the technology you will likely encounter in a future career.

The following list compiles the top five cloud-based apps for fostering student learning and performance.

1. Gmail

There’s a good … Read More

Parrot AR Drone Helicopter For Big Boys

December 19, 2011 |

Using this Parrot AR Drone Helicopter is really fun wherein you will be able to control this device for a compatible Apple device especially for changing directions. Navigating this device is truly breathtaking especially when it comes to taking video images. One of the truly amazing features of this Parrot AR Drone Helicopter is on how it could be steered around. It came to be the very first gadget that has been made that can be controlled with full fledged devices just like iPad, iPhone and even iPod touch that use wireless connectivity. The device really works in a very simple way by just tilting the apple controller when it comes to directional change.

This can only be possible if the user of this device is going to install an AR free flight application and the controller should be on an airplane mode. There are several numbers of sensors that can be located below the … Read More

The Motorola PHOTON 4G

November 21, 2011 |

The Motorola Photon 4G is sprint’s first 4 G handset and it’s the first high end device set to launch on Sprint’s network in a very long time. The features of the Photon 4G are 1GHz dual – core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 1 GB of RAM, a 4.3 inch qHD display, with an 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash and a front  facing camera, 16 GB of built in storage plus global – roam and 4G connectivity. The question many people have been asking is this Sprint’s best smartphone?

The Photon 4G has an extremely neat design identity. The Photon 4G doesn’t have the normal round corners like so many other smartphones have, but it has the angled edges that give it a more neat and cool look than the other smartphones. Motorola didn’t go cheap with this phone with the grooved texture on the volume buttons and the camera buttons on the … Read More

RIM Blackberry PlayBook

November 5, 2011 |

Research In Motion brought us the Blackberry, which was a revolutionary device in its heyday. With increased competition in hand-held communications devices, RIM has had to adapt. Its latest is the PlayBook, which is a good entry, even though it has some defects which need to be addressed.

The RIM Blackberry PlayBook tablet works like a charm in all the right ways, for the most part. The 14.4 ounce device measures 5.1×7.6×0.4 inches. Its sleek black frame is glossy and futuristic-looking. However, users might still be waiting for a company to take a leap of faith with design ideas.

The screen measures 7 inches, and sports a resolution of 1.024×600. Although with a smaller screen than its competitors, the PlayBook’s seems to give it a crisper look. Indeed, the interface is something RIM should be proud of.

First, though, some defaults should be reviewed. One of the first things users who care might notice is … Read More