Enhance your iPhone 4 Pictures
Friday, February 10, 2012 by cyberacoustics
Some say that a picture’s worth a thousand words. I say: depends on the picture. With so many camera phones and point-and-shoot cameras out there, one only has to join a site like Flickr or even poke around on Facebook to see just how bad some pictures can be. But what if you could make your pictures stand out—just by using your iPhone, and spending less than $100?
Steve on CES: A Post-Conference Update
Thursday, January 19, 2012 by cyberacoustics
Well, I’m finally digging out from attending the Consumer Electronics Show last week. Believe me, it wasn’t easy. I had to cover approximately 3,100 exhibitors spread out over 1.8 million square feet all while dodging 153,000 attendees. Did I mention it was in Las Vegas? On a positive note, this year will surpass 2006 records which is a good sign that we’re bouncing back.
Holiday Shopping? It’s No Problem with a Smartphone!
Wednesday, November 2, 2011 by beau
My wife and I were driving back from Seattle last weekend, (thanks to Waze again for making it fun!) and we were talking about our Holiday budget. Currently, we’re three weeks away from the notorious “Black Friday” You know—the day where you don’t sleep for 24 hours and run on caffeine and fast food?
It’s a hugely stressful time. What to buy? Where to buy it? How to get the best price? But there IS good news—this year, your smartphone works better than ever to help alleviate some of that stress. It turns out that you have the best shopping tool right in your hand! Having the right smartphone apps will make your shopping easier, and you’ll be able to be confident that you’ll be getting the best price out there. Here’s a quick list of some of the best shopping apps out there.
A New “Waze” to Travel
Tuesday, October 25, 2011 by cyberacoustics
Do you know of anybody today who doesn’t own an iPhone, Android, or a Blackberry device? Ok, maybe your grandparents aren't on the smartphone bandwagon yet, but have you heard of a new social navigation application that gets smarter with each driver added? We’ve all seen traffic maps with shades for green, yellow and red alerting us to traffic speed, but what if you had an app that could give you even more information? Say hello to Waze 3.0.
Apple Cards – When You Don’t Care Enough
Monday, October 10, 2011 by cyberacoustics
We’ve been hearing a lot about the Post Office these days: cutting jobs, delivery on Saturdays is up in the air, and various horror stories about “what happened to my package.” Personally? I love the Post Office. I ship out hundreds of letters and packages a week, in the United States and abroad, with virtually no problems at all. But I’m not writing this to save the Post Office. Instead, I’d like to point out another thing that is bothering me.
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.
Thursday, March 17, 2011 by cyberacoustics
South by Southwest - I have to admit, this one was flying low under my radar. To most, it might not be a big event, but it has launcehd some powerful stuff. If you've never heard of the South by Southwest Interactive festival (SXSWi), your geek-tuned ears should perk up from all the big tech news this week as the conference went down in Austin, Texas.
iPad or TV? How about both at the same time?
Wednesday, February 23, 2011 by cyberacoustics
My daughter is a die-hard Grey's Anatomy fan. Thursday night at 9 o'clock, the world stops as she opens the door to Seattle Grace Hospital and walks in. Where does this leave me? Sitting on the sidelines, holding my iPad.
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?"
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