Monthly Archives: October 2013

How to Access and Use Windows Device Manager to Troubleshoot Device(s)

By on October 31, 2013

How to access Device Manager in Windows 7 and Vista Click on the Windows Start button and type devmgmt.msc in Search programs and files then press Return. How to access Device Manager … read more →

The World Welcomes the LG Curved G Flex Smartphone

By on October 29, 2013

Monday, LG officially unveiled their newest flagship smartphone, the LG G Flex. Following the unveiling of Samsung’s Galaxy Round two weeks ago, the G Flex is a curved smartphone that has the … read more →

EBay Expands Same-Day Delivery

By on October 28, 2013

As a long time eBay member, I can honestly say that I am quite happy with the direction in which eBay is headed. Its newly re-designed website, and allowing most sellers to … read more →

Apple Keynote – October 22nd 2013

By on October 24, 2013

Happen to miss the October Keynote for Apple? Many new devices were announced with many new changes. A full version of the Keynote can be seen here:

How to add an editable “Remarks” column to an Outlook Inbox

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If your office shares a group inbox, you may have wanted a way to quickly add short remarks to e-mail messages so that other team members can know the current status of … read more →

Desktop computing and Windows 8

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After months of playing around with Windows 8, I’ve come to a realization. This is only my opinion, but something to ponder. For the past years the mobile market has boomed, and … read more →

How to Perform a Remote Wipe on a Mobile Phone from Exchange Server 2010

By on October 23, 2013

There’s a neat tool in Exchange Server 2010 that you may utilize in case a company smart phone (e.g. Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, etc..) has been misplaced, lost or stolen, to protect … read more →

Make room for this 27″ Monitor – A HP Pavilion 27xi Review

By on October 21, 2013

When building a new PC we all want the same thing; the largest monitor we can get. The monitor is one of the most essential components of any computer, as it’s what … read more →

Apple Invites you to their October 22nd Event

By on October 16, 2013

With the usual extreme predictability of Apple’s events, Apple sent out an invitation this week announcing their October 22nd iPad event. With the release of the new iPhone 5s only a month … read more →

How to Stop Google from Using your Face!

By on October 15, 2013

It’s no surprise that Google collects every user’s data only to make a profit from it. Becoming one of the top five wealthiest companies in the world doesn’t just happen from creating … read more →

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