Articles tagged with: Google
Last week, Google announced a new note-taking app called Google Keep. The GoogleÂ Keep Android app lets you quickly jot down notes, keep track of photos and even dictate voice messages. This is the tech giant’s foray into organization apps, helping them *keep* up (forgive us) with competition like Evernote and Catch Notes. Is it worth the download? Read on asÂ In the Moment Computing compares Google Keep with competitors like Evernote and Catch Notes.
A few weeks back, you may have seen the “no more passwords”Â headlines Google generated. Google, along with a host of other companies, is proposing to change the way we secure our data online. And our answer is, it’s about time!
Oh no, my computer has a virus!
My Computer has a Virus! Don’t Panic, ITM’s got you Covered
We’ve all experienced that sinking feeling when we first suspect our computer’s been compromised. But don’t worry, ITM Computing can help. Be safe and ‘manage the damage’ by following these simple steps.
Here are a few simple steps to take immediately if you suspect your computer has been infected:
The internet’s buzzing with news that Research in Motion (RIM) has taken bold steps in reinventing itself with a new signature product, the Blackberry 10 smartphones.Â After years of missteps, has the maker of the Blackberry finally gotten its act together?
Apple, Droid Phone, Google, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy »
Choosing a new phone is one matter, but selecting the right mobile device that has the features you want while also being versatile, robust and cost effective is quite another. For many people, these choices have narrowed down to selecting between the highly regarded iPhone and Android/Droid phone. Both phones come with a plethora of features and many advantages that make either one worthy of selection, but which one is better overall for your needs. This is truly the iPhone vs. Android contest with the winner being the one that …
Fun, Google, Tech Deals »
Shopping:Â To many it’s an activity of exploration. To others it’s anÂ anathema. I have bargain mania. I’m good at finding them, so I loooove online shopping–especially for gadgets! If you’re a fan on our Facebook page or have been a fan for some time, you’ll know that I scour the web for deals and more deals, mostly gadgets but other things as well. 99% of the time, I post stuff I would buy, occassionally, when it’s such a good deal – I have to just share it.
Here are a few …
This is the 2nd of a 2 part article on Protecting Your Privacy while Surfing the web. Yesterday, we covered Google Chrome. Today will be coveringÂ MozillaÂ Firefox and Apple Safari.
There are many way companies track your information while you’re surfing the web. While they’re tracking your information, you want to protect your privacy. The main way they keep track of your information is through “cookies,” which is a small piece of code (crumb – following analogy of cookie) on your computer when you visit a site. These cookies are left when …
There are many way companies track your information while you’re surfing the web. While they’re tracking your information, you want to protect your privacy. The main way they keep track of your information is through “cookies,” which is a small piece of code (crumb – following analogy of cookie) on your computer when you visit a site. These cookies are left when you click on ads. Every timeÂ you visit the site where you clicked an ad, they track what you click on and show you ads related to what you …
The Droid X arrived yesterday at Verizon stores nationwide. Once you hold this baby in your hand, you’ll say, “I know I’ve heard of iPhone 4, is that the phone that came out last year?” (Even though it just came out last month).
Droid X Features:
Screen Size – a much bigger screen than any other phone at 4.3″ (iPhone – 3.5″, flip’s largest 3.0″)
Phone Quality – has not one, not two, but 3 speakers which helps eliminate background noise and give better , crisper quality of voice (especially in speakerphone mode)
Since cell phones and services have gained popularity, public display of cell phones and accouterments have gained unpopularity. As much as we all carry disdain for the person two and a half feet away, screaming into a device about something horrendously boring, none of us can think of letting go of our toys.
Now the toys are fighting back against maniacal cell-phone perpetrators. Rules of etiquette, hands-free laws, and personal preference: As we progress in this digital era, our gadgets are changing the way we communicate. One useful change I â€¦