Updated: And You Thought You Knew What OMG Stood For…
Wednesday, March 28, 2012 by cyberacoustics
Move over, Words with Friends. There’s a new favorite app on the block.
A "Titanic" New App
Thursday, March 8, 2012 by cyberacoustics
2012 marks the 100th anniversary of the Titanic sinking. Since her maiden voyage and sinking on April 14, 1912, the story of the RMS Titanic has fascinated generations of researchers and fans. The 1997 blockbuster movie brought the ship to life and right into our living rooms. Everybody knows about Jack and Rose and their tragic love story, but what about the real passengers? What really did happen?
Pinterest: More Than Just a Flash in the Pan
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 by Laine
It’s no secret that the Internet lovers are flocking to Pinterest. 30 days ago, I didn’t know anything about it but with an average of 1.36 million users daily and growing, the social photo pinboard has taken the web by storm, and top online retailers are creating Pinterest boards. So, is Pinterest worth looking into?
Myspace. Yes, Myspace.
Thursday, February 16, 2012 by cyberacoustics
“Really, Steve? Myspace?”
Yes, I know what you’re thinking—it’s nuts to be talking about Myspace and Justin Timberlake in the same blog. But hear me out: it may not be so crazy to be talking about this after all.
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?
“Portlandia—The other side of Portland, Oregon
Thursday, January 26, 2012 by cyberacoustics
Even though I’ve been working and living on the west coast for over 20 years, I still say I am from the east coast. I’ve lived outside of Boston, NYC, and Washington, DC. I’m a die-hard Yankees and Giants fan and understand the way of life back there, but I’ve been lucky enough to visit just about every major city in America. Each one has its own personality and distinctive culture. But when it comes to Portland, Oregon (“Ore-gone” if you’re a non-native), this city is in a world of its own.
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.
CES 2012 - What Will Be This Year's Hot Products?
Wednesday, December 28, 2011 by cyberacoustics
In less than two weeks, the marvel of CES will begin. People from all over the world come to Las Vegas to see what the electronics industry will showcase for 2012. If it plugs in, runs on batteries, or uses solar power, then more than likely you’ll find it at CES, and the question is always “Which product will steal the show this year?” I already know that mobility is going to be hot once again. Any hand-held device like phones and tablets will dominate the floor space. Here is what I expect to see.
Last-Minute Christmas Gifts
Monday, December 12, 2011 by cyberacoustics
Ok, we’re less than 2 weeks away from Christmas and the funds are about to run dry. As always, the last person on your list is the hardest to buy for. Not that this person has everything, they just don’t know what they really want. I feel your pain, so I have listed 5 cool gadget gifts for under $100.00 that might ease the headache of trying to find the perfect present. Here you go...
Google Goes Indoors with Google Maps 6.0 for Android
Friday, December 2, 2011 by cyberacoustics
There are a lot of options out there on your smartphone to lead you from point A to point B. But what if you are in a mall trying to find a certain store, or even in an airport looking for something to eat? GPS has made it easy to navigate the outdoors, but once you go inside, you can’t always depend on it. Or can you?