Category: Featured

Netflix streaming video service reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The on-demand and universally accessible nature of Netflix are its strongest features. Whatever you choose to watch appears instantly, not unlike how YouTube plays back its videos. You can also scrub forward and backwards to move through video quickly.

HTC Surround Windows Phone reviewed

Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The HTC Surround is one of the new Windows Mobile smartphones ushering in Microsoft’s new OS and is built to maximize all the features of this exciting new operating system but offers something its competing handsets don’t have, its very own boombox.

HP Photosmart e-All-in-One multi-function printer reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

HP’s Photosmart D100 is the latest in a long line of SOHO-geared inkjet printers that integrate a scanner as well. As our environments grow to support more than one computer it makes sense that printers can be networked and even more sense that they are wirelessly accessible. For connectivity, you get the option of the desirable Wi-Fi 802.11n, and the reliable USB 2.0 interface.

Media Democracy Depends on New Technology – and You!

by Lee Rickwood

We all want to know what features a specific cell phone has, for example, just as we all should want to know what impact media and technology have on our economy, our society, ourselves.

Phone plans and VoIP options for your home-based business

By Ted Kritsonis

Running a business from home can not only provide flexibility and confidence, but it can also prove to be very rewarding and fulfilling. Of course, there are obvious challenges to streamlining resources enough to keep operating costs down, and since the phone is so crucial to communicating, we focus on some of the best options out there.

Apple MacBook Air 2010 (11-inch) reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

We feel that Apple is seriously looking at the MacBook Air and seeing the future of their portable devices. Unibody construction, solid state SSD memory on a chip, soldered RAM chips, sealed batteries in a completely integrated system. Much of the MacBook Air’s design was dictated by the iPad, a non-user serviceable device.