Monthly Archives: November 2013

How to Troubleshoot Mozilla Firefox crashes

By on November 30, 2013

Mozilla Firefox can crash for several reasons. However, with the browser’s Safe Mode & Reset features, it’s easy to fix many issues leading to a Mozilla Firefox crash. Here we provide some … read more →

The Tech Giants Fight Again

By on November 20, 2013

If I were to ask you which two major technology companies were back at the courts, what would be your answer? If you guessed Samsung and Apple, you would be right. This … read more →

Portable Power that follows you – A RAVPower Luster 3000mAh Review

By on November 18, 2013

I have done reviews in the past of the RAVPower KnightRider and HooToo HT-TM01 , and while they both made good external battery packs for long term travelers, each one lacked a … read more →

Unprotected Mobile Devices and Mobile Theft Epidemic

By on November 14, 2013

It is astonishing to know how many people do not password-protect their mobile devices for both business and personal use. There are more than 40% of mobile device users that are not … read more →

Samsung to Construct a 64bit Mobile Chip

By on November 12, 2013

Following the release of Apple’s brand new iPhone 5s with the world’s first 64bit processor for smartphones, Samsung is following their competitor’s example by creating their own 64bit CPU. Defined to work … read more →

Have a miniature hard drive in your pocket! – A Kingston DataTraveler G3 Review

By on November 11, 2013

As technology advances, we gain the ability to pack high capacity storage into smaller and smaller devices. With desktop hard drives reaching an outstanding 3TB of storage space, it’s hard to remember … read more →

Blockbuster Stores to Vanish

By on November 8, 2013

Dish Network, the parent company of Blockbuster, has announced that they will be shutting down the remaining 300 retail Blockbuster stores by January 2014. Dish also told customers that the Blockbuster by … read more →

My Personal Apps – Windows 7

By on November 6, 2013

Some months ago, I posted my personal apps that I use on my Samsung Galaxy SIII; this article will be the programs and software that I have installed on my Windows 7 … read more →

Creating a Mobile Device Policy in Exchange Server

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You may create a mobile device policy through Exchange ActiveSync Mailbox Policy in Exchange Server 2010. In this tutorial we will enforce a password policy on the mobile device. In the Exchange … read more →

Assigning User Permissions in SharePoint 2010

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If you are a Network Administrator in your company and would like to give a limited access or proper permission to the Intranet Users, I have prepared this tutorial to walk you … read more →