Amazon's Kindle Fire: What's It All About?
Tuesday, September 27, 2011 by cyberacoustics
You’ve probably heard by now about Amazon is jumping into the tablet market. Where other tablet makers have failed, Amazon hopes that they can take a bite out of Apple’s market share. With the possibility of a pre-holiday launch, lets see if the Kindle Fire has what you are looking for.
New Laptop? Here's How to Keep it Safe.
Tuesday, September 6, 2011 by cyberacoustics
Ok, I have purchased the Echo Smartpen and a new laptop over the weekend, for my daughter, who’s going off to college. I won’t bore you with which one I purchased, but what did come to mind is what happens if it’s lost or stolen. Our laptops often contain a lot of sensitive data for work and personal use, and for most people, the thought of losing all that information is more than a little frightening. For my daughter I would think it would be devastating.
Here are few tips you can use to keep your laptop safe and find its way home if it goes astray.
What you didn't see at E3
Wednesday, June 15, 2011 by cyberacoustics
Well, maybe not exactly, but you had to look real close to see it. Here at CA, we've to put a few things together to try and realize where gaming might be headed in the future. By now, you all have heard that the cloud is going to me a major component on how we received our content in the future. Microsoft, Sony, and Apple are all focusing on storing user’s information in the cloud.
Peek-a-boo, do I want to see you?
Thursday, March 31, 2011 by cyberacoustics
Remember when Gramdma would put her hands over her face, open them up and say, "Peek-a-boo, I see you?" I'm sure we all remember this game. There is a new smart phone app coming to your mobile device that will open your eyes to pictures you may or may not want to see.
Up, up, and away
Wednesday, February 16, 2011 by cyberacoustics
I may be dating myself, but remember those Superman clips with him flying around in the sky? You knew you were protected with Supes flying up there. Iconic comic heroes aside, how safe are we really going to feel computing in the "cloud?"