Posts Tagged ‘tech’
The Motorola Droid 4 combines a fantastic keyboard with a lackluster screen, says Times gadget reviewer Nathan Olivarez-Giles. Check out the full written review at: www.latimes.com Videography by Armand Emamdjomeh, video editing by Nathan Olivarez-Giles
Samsung has a lot of cool video technology on display at CEDIA 2011, and we’ve got an inside look!
History Channel Documentary Ancient Aliens: The Series ????????? ??? ??????????? ——————————————————- Ancient underwater cities can be found around the globe, but could these aquatic worlds be the ruins of unknown civilizations–or even proof of extraterrestrial visitations? The infamous tale of the long lost city of Atlantis may be a preserved memory of an ancient alien metropolis. Beneath Lake Titicaca in Peru, the ruins of recently discovered temples support local legends of an underwater UFO base. Ancient Indian texts, known as Sangams, describe sunken cities where aliens and humans intermingled thousands of years ago. Who could have built the 600-foot stepped stone structure off the coast of Japan–a site that may predate the Egyptian pyramids by thousands of years? Could evidence of ancient alien contact lie buried in Earth’s deepest oceans?
The new technologies and their impact on our society. Every Wednesday at 16h15 (Paris Time) – Presented by Rebecca BOWRING and Eric OLANDER, Internet specialist. Digital technology is now at the centre of many important world events, impacting everything from politics to economics to culture. TECH 24 hosts Rebecca Bowring and Eric Olander break it all down and explore the week’s key trends and technology news. All shows: www.france24.com FRANCE 24 INTERNATIONAL NEWS 24/7 www.france24.com France 24
The basic components of a computer motherboard include memory expansion slots, the fan, heat sink, processor and PCL expansion slots. Find out how to add expansive hardware to a computer, such as a video card, with help from a software developer in this free video on computer motherboards.
Keeping your finger on the pulse of what’s hot on the web these days is getting harder and harder. That’s where Jon Steinberg’s BuzzFeed comes in handy, acting as a news aggregator for all aspects of news on the web. Mark and Jon sit and discuss exactly where the world of social media and the world on news meet in today’s standards. For more episodes and a full schedule, visit thisweekin.com
Download: www.iryoku.com This is running on a fairly old PC, spec: Geforce 9600GT 4GB ram Core 2 Duo @ Stock
www.DadLabs.com – Buying the right technology for our kids can be a daunting and terrifying task. Today in the Lab we are joined by Emmy winning television journalist Jennifer Jolly. A long time tech reporter, Jennifer is an expert at spotting trends in the world of kids and digital gadgetry. Jennifer Jolly has some suggestions and tips about what kinds of electronic gadgets that students needs, and which ones parents can skip. Kids as young as two years old know their way around tablets and smart phones, but is that a good thing? That Laptop may be the best starting place for smaller kids because parental controls are easy to set up. Jennifer stresses the importance of setting boundaries for kids on their tech journey. Technology is not the enemy of parents if used wisely. Ep 815 is brought to you by BabyBjorn. Visit us at www.dadlabs.com Became a Facebook fan at www.facebook.com Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com
Dear Phone Manufacturers: Why It’s Never a Good Time to Buy (Rant) At the rate new phones come out, it seems like it’s never a good time to buy one. Not to get all curmudgeonly on smartphone manufacturers, but the rate at which “new” Android phones hit the market is getting ridiculous. There was a great Best Buy commercial early last year that perfectly captured my sentiment. Titled Outdated World, the ad shows how quickly electronics become old hat, and the reactions of people who are stuck with “old” technology. “I just bought this one,” a woman says in the ad. Continue reading: tchno.be For more tech goodness, check us out at: www.technobuffalo.com Follow Us on Twitter www.twitter.com Like Us on Facebook: www.facebook.com Check Us Out on Google + tchno.be Inside My Mind: www.youtube.com
The second installment in our Max Payne 3 Design and Technology Video Series showcases how we’ve set out to reimagine the gunplay mechanics of the third person action shooter. With a precision targeting system that’s reflective of a first person game and lifelike weapon animation design, Max Payne 3 creates an unparalleled level of immersion and cinematic realism. www.rockstargames.com/maxpayne3 Max Payne 3 – Coming May 2012 for Xbox 360®, PLAYSTATION®3 and PC. ESRB Rating Pending: May contain content inappropriate for children. Visit www.esrb.org for rating information.