How long has it been since the first portable televisions appeared on the electronics market? Perhaps you can recall purchasing one of those brick-like black and white TVs for your grandpa to watch football games on nearly 15 years ago. It seemed like a revolutionary development at the time to be able to tune into the tube from a handheld device. Yet, we've waited what feels like far too long for the technology to step up to the challenge and bring us quality-streaming television broadcasts for our mobile lifestyles. With 4G networks coupled with advances in web technology, it finally seems that the wait may be over.
Although it still is not as comprehensive as we might like it to be, watching TV on our portable electronic devices has finally come to the masses. With wireless internet networks that work faster and more efficiently, transfering data at higher rates than … Read More
How many times do wait and wait for your computer to finally upload something? Or trying to read an article and your computer takes forever to click over? If your computer crashes frequently, has DLL errors, regular error messages, or is basically basically runny very slowly then it's trying to tell you something. It means its Microsoft Windows registry needs repairing or cleaning up.
Windows could result in numerous registry keys and files that are spread across the Windows registry. Many of these entries are no longer needed or used by Windows and may well disable the smooth running of your system. If you've never even heard of a Windows registry, do not feel bad. Many normal computer users have not either. The registry is usually the province of computer repair technicians and software geeks.
Something has gone bad with a registry key, or 20 keys, and needs to be … Read More
Here's the deal … If you frequently download software from the Internet, then the chances of your computer being infected with some form of Spyware, or Adware are quite high.
In case you do not know, Spyware is a specially written piece of software that is designed to monitor your online activity while sending this data onto a third party, often located somewhere on the other side of the world. So by installing your recent downloaded program you're also blissfully unaware that you maybe installing Spyware too.
Now, not all Spyware is dangerous, in fact although it's generally frowned upon in the Internet community some advertiser will use it as a marketing tool to monitor the type of websites you visit, time online, etc. However, the more aggressive forms of Spyware will collect private information about you, sometimes your bank details or credit card numbers and before you know it … Read More