Although we make no claim or guarantee this will work for you (fat fingers), you can save the trip to the store and cut your SIM card yourself with this great guide from GoSoftWorks. Just download and print the PDF attached. And give some KUDOS to GoSoftWorks by liking their video and visiting their website. http://www.gosoftworks.com/GoSoftWorks/NanoSIM.html
Highly recommended: Amazon Echo, the new addition to our kitchen. Super easy to set up, lot's of fun and extremely useful! We feel like we are in "2001: A Space Odyssey", and I feel like we're the Jetsons. Emilio Jr. is even giving it orders: "Alexa, play Elmo!". We can only imagine what his future will look like.
Yes it has its quirks but it is still fun and useful. Pair it with your Phillips Hue and ask it to turn the lights on and off. Which is some fun in itself.
It's got to be the one of the coolest gadgets around. Comes in a box and you put it together yourself. A bicycle with a small engine.or a motorcycle with pedals? Motoped. For more information https://motoped.com/survival/
Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority: It’s free, automated, and open. Arriving Mid-2015. Let’s Encrypt is a new free certificate authority, built on a foundation of cooperation and openness, that lets everyone be up and running with basic server certificates for their domains through a simple one-click process.
Here are 12 Great Gifts for Technology Fanatics in 2014 that range in price from $17.99. to $1,500.00. There is something here for everyone and a window into the future. If you are an early adopter or know someone who is just crazy about gadgets and technology they will love any of these items. This is cutting edge stuff available now that is very advanced for the world that was.
After looking at tablets, hybrids and laptops for a while and having settled on an i7 Sony Vaio laptop that I plug in as my workstation, I finally found what I’ve been looking for and it is called the Surface Pro 3.
And although my laptop is awesome, touch screen, 16 inch display, the works, it’s just too big to pack up and go, power strip and all. Who wants a briefcase these days?
Subscribers might be angry with WiFi. Why? Because it is "less secure" in their perception, also a real hassle to connect! No wonder we prefer to be connected 100% of the time. Just look stuff up without the inconvenience of another login, another screen. Payment perhaps!?
Yes this has implications. Here is the story: http://www.mobileworldlive.com/ee-sees-lte-subs-turn-away-wi-fi
We all got really thrown into the mix when the internet was introduced in 1983. At a time when cars were mechanical instead of computerized and typing was done in a typewriter instead of on your phone!” It was during College when I discovered the Internet for the first time: we exchanged a picture with a group of students in a campus from the other part of the country. The picture opened very slowly but I was hooked. The Internet had changed my life and it became my passion.
Are we really loosing our beloved VAIO brand PCs? According to Sony, the company will stop making and selling PCs after its 2014 Spring lineup launch. The moves come as Sony said it now expects a net loss of $1.1 billion for the year to the end of March.