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Google may not advertise 4G LTE as a feature on the Nexus 4 but, as dotTech has already shown you, Nexus 4 does indeed have a 4G LTE chip built into the phone. As it turns out, it is possible …Read More »
Samsung is a major supplier of iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch parts and components to Apple. From processors to screens to memory to batteries — Apple is heavily dependent on Samsung (the supplier) to keep Apple products flowing. Because of …Read More »
Gene Munster is the managing director and senior research analyst at Piper Jaffray. At this job, he spends his time analyzing tech companies, with Apple being one of his notable targets. When Munster has something to say about Apple, even …Read More »
Recording video off your computer is something that a lot of people like to do. However, finding a good free video recorder can be hard to do. When I first came across AnvSoft Any Video Recorder I figured it …Read More »
sightLevel is an iPhone app developed by Auman Software, LLC. This universal app allows users to use their phone like a laser level.
What is it and what does it do
sightLevel can be used to find …Read More »
[Windows] Find duplicate images on your computer (even if they are different formats) with Image Deduplicator
Do you have multiples of the same picture saved on your computer, or at least want to find out if you do? Well there is a program for that! Image Deduplicator can help you find duplicated images on your computer, …Read More »
Police raid home of 9-year-old girl, take away her ‘Winnie the Pooh’ laptop because she used The Pirate Bay
What happens when a 9-year-old girl illegally downloads some songs off the The Pirate Bay? Her home is raided by the police and her laptop is confiscated. Yep, that is what recently happened to a family in Finland.
As the …Read More »
Slice is a great puzzle game using a unique concept and set of controls. This game is great for those who are looking for a unique game with a simple concept. It is designed for those looking to add a …Read More »
Angry Birds games. Angry Birds t-shifts. Angry Birds theme cards. Angry Birds credit cards. Angry Birds coffee cups. Angry Birds stuffed toys. Angry Birds non-stuffed toys. Angry Birds… soda? Say what?
Yeah, it is real. Rovio, the developer of the …Read More »
Earlier today I posted a debby downer about Black Friday deals plus a simple tip on how to get what you want on Black Friday without getting in lines. Now are you ready for some Black Friday humor? What …Read More »
Thanks to the educational value provided by dotTech, we already know Burj Khalifa (located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates) is the tallest building in the world. And we have already seen an aerial shot of Dubai at night, the home …Read More »
If you were old enough (or even born — I wasn’t) back when cell phones (or mobile phones, as some of you non-Yanks like to call them) came into being, I’m sure you remember something a lot bigger, heavier, and …Read More »
With today’s built-in redundancy measures, it is much harder to corrupt a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document than it was in the past. However, corruption still happens. What to do when you have a corrupted Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document? …Read More »
Thanksgiving is gone. Black Friday has passed. I’m sure some, if not all, of you US-based dotTechies went shopping. Now it is time to spill the beans; tell us in the comments below what cool shit you bought these past …Read More »
How to get what you want on Black Friday (or any other time of the year) without standing in lines — price matching
One of Sear’s doorbuster sales this Black Friday* was a 50-inch Toshiba LED HDTV for $299 (which is one of the only, if not the only, real Black Friday deals this year). My brother wanted this TV. Sears was opening …Read More »
If you have seen one screen capture tool, you have seen them all, right? Well, that is what I figured until I gave Snapshotor a try. This is a program that gives you the ability to edit your screenshots before …Read More »
Whether you hunt big game or fowl, Hunt Pro for iPhone offers some handy tools for hunters in the field. In addition to animal calls, Hunt Pro also offers tools to help outdoorsmen keep their bearings and track phases of …Read More »
Dual Player is a pretty easy-to-use program that allows you to quickly compare two sound files. The whole point behind doing this is so you can easily tell if there is a difference between these two files. Let’s see how …Read More »
Black Friday is the name of the Friday following Thanksgiving in the United States where most retailers offer huge discounts on their products. In fact, Black Friday is so huge in the United States that many stores are in the …Read More »
HTC says it is not paying Apple $6-8 per phone, and court tells Apple to reveal details of Apple-HTC agreement to Samsung
Last week HTC and Apple signed a 10-year cross-licensing agreement allowing them to use each others patented technology. While the official details about the agreement were not released, an analyst estimated HTC would pay Apple $6-$8 per Android device sold. …Read More »
Although Apple won a $1.05 billion verdict against Samsung earlier this year, the battle between the two is only just beginning. As the legal battle heats up between Samsung and Apple, so has the war of words outside the court …Read More »
Ever watch a movie or TV show and think “why doesn’t that happen in real life” or “why can’t life be like that”? Yeah, well, the same applies to video games. Actually, no. Take that feeling of “I want this …Read More »
We have seen lions before. In fact, we have seen lions multiple times (my personal favorite is the photo of lions strolling on a dirt road). What we haven’t seen until now are white lions.
White lions are the same …Read More »
With all the recent and on-going lawsuits between major tech companies, there has been a lot of discussion regarding patents — the patents themselves, the patent system in the US, and those that simply seek monetary gain by abusing this …Read More »
After the unveiling of Windows 8, there has always been the question of whether or not Microsoft could successfully create an essentially all-new form of Windows that is both fresh stylistically but also usable in multiple form factors, such as …Read More »
[Windows] Identify the true file type of files (even ones with hidden or fake extensions) with FileTypeDetective
FileTypeDetective is a very helpful application that can be used to detect the file type of unknown files. As I am sure most of you know, every file on your computer has an extension. If it is a binary file …Read More »
French magazine L’Express is reporting that, last May, the computers in the offices of Nicolas Sarkozy (who was still president back then) were hacked by the “Flame” malware. This is that same malware that made headlines for being developed by …Read More »
Making calendars, greeting cards and photo walls can be hard if you don’t have the right software. The good news is that Photo Collage Max is here to help. Although the program comes off feeling more like a demo (because …Read More »
In another article I introduced you the Refresh and Reset features in Windows 8. These features are very helpful of your Windows 8 tablet or PC ever malfunctions, either crashing or displaying errors. (Refresh is the one that restores settings …Read More »
Where here has read Greek mythology? I have, unfortunately (fortunately?). If you have read, or know about, Greek mythology, then you know what Mount Olympus is. If you don’t, then I’ll give you a quick crash course — Mount Olympus …Read More »
The other day I took someone to GameStop to preorder Call of Duty: Black Ops II. That particular day just happened to be the day before (of?) the midnight release of Call of Duty: Black Ops II. As we …Read More »
Nokia previously claimed it does maps and navigation better than Apple (and Google). Now Nokia wants to proof it to you via its official Nokia HERE Maps for iOS.
Nokia has released its much-anticipated HERE Maps for iOS on the …Read More »
Would you want Apple apps like iPhoto, iMovie, Garage Band and iWork suite on your Android advice? I know I wouldn’t mind would probably even pay for apps, assuming they are quality.
One malicious “developer” clearly thinks the same and …Read More »
A new study by researchers from Boston’s Northeastern University and the French Eurécom claims that uploaders of pirated content (aka copyrighted content) to cyberlockers (or file sharing sites — like MegaUpload) aren’t doing it for the money. This is in …Read More »
See the chart above? It is the result of data gathered by a Nielsen survey (USA survey). See the top five items? Four out of the five are Apple products Yes, you heard that right. Apple’s iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, …Read More »