WD unveils a 2TB external hard drive in 5 fresh colors.
As personal information increasingly goes digital, data backup is more important than ever. If you’re like me, you have an external hard drive backing up your sensitive data.
Choosing between a Mac and a PC is no easy task. There are many things to consider: ergonomics, functionality, and operating system just to name a few. But I’ll get to that in a moment.
If you’re wondering where I’ve been the last 2 weeks, I have been going through some major transitions (with business, home, and relationships –just to name a few)! I will get into the details of these exciting changes in another post very soon, but right now I want to share one piece of very exciting news: I am the proud owner of a MacBook Air!
Nokia announced its new non-Windows Phone flagship phone known as the Nokia 808 PureView. Its main feature? A whopping 41 megapixel camera! That’s even more than a high-end DSLR camera! But is it really?
The most important thing to carriers besides subscribers is mobile spectrum; but by next year, according to CNN Money, the FCC could experience what is known as a “Spectrum Crunch” where there will be no more airwaves to pass around. This comes at a time where mobile carriers need spectrum the most as data hogging smartphones, such as the Apple iPhone, use up all their spectrum. If carriers don’t get enough spectrum soon, the result will be dropped calls and slow data speeds. So what are the big 4 mobile carriers going to do about this? They’re going to do the best they can to get a much spectrum as possible, but it won’t be pretty. In fact, its going to be gruesome and here’s why.
The Chronology of Mobile Technology Evolution
After the introduction of the Motorola RAZR in 2004, consumers and electronic companies started to define what a cell phone should look like–small and thin. But as the Apple iPhone became a hit in 2007, the definition of a cell phone, or should I say smartphone, became tall and wide (but still thin). How did this sudden change occur in less than a decade? The answer lies within a phone’s software.
What do you get when you mix a Barbie doll and a 5MPX camera? A new Barbie from Mattel: the Barbie Photo Fashion Doll!
Even toy dolls can’t escape the rapid expansion of technology. This week at the Toy Fair in New York, Mattel unveiled its latest Barbie doll that comes with a screen in its stomach and a 5 megapixel camera. It can store about 100 images and has a USB port for connecting to your computer. It costs $50 and will be in retail stores by August 2012. But that’s not all.
Haven’t heard of NoMoreRack yet?!
SheBytes has previously profiled other online deal sites like Fab.com, but NoMoreRack is different because of the amazingly discounted prices you’ll become accustomed to seeing.
Valentine’s Day only comes around once a year.
And no matter how long you’ve been in a relationship or what religion or ethnicity you are, there’s nothing like February 14th; a great excuse to show someone you love them. So here are two great tech Valentine’s Day gift ideas, SheBytes has handpicked for you guys our readers, to show you how we feel.
Product measurements matter!
SheBytes is uber-involved when it comes to female technology and product studies. What has become evident to numerous companies, like Bang and Olufsen because of previously failed attempts to break through to the female market, by companies like Lego, is is that women don’t only care about making things pink. A TechCrunch article titled “Ladies Love Cool Gadgets Too, Says Study”, has a couple of great stats that are making waves on the Internet, but chief among them is the one enumerated below:
“Where men and women differ, however, is on size…”
I’m enamored with apps that are as elegant and as crucial as EasyBib!
Being that I’m a college student myself (I’m currently a Junior at NYU), I can relate firsthand that I don’t really mind writing lengthy research papers, midterms or even finals.
The absolute worst part of college for me is the sheer annoying factor that writing bibliographies always has!