Will Apples iPhone 7 Eliminate the Headphone Jack?

    Apple: Innovator

      Apple is perhaps best known for their sleek design aesthetic. No one denies that Apple has some great designers on their team who produce some very sexy looking devices from the iPhone and MacBook to the Apple Watch and iPad. Unfortunately, the price we pay for nice looking devices sometimes results in loss of functionality.

    As the iPhone 7 release date is quickly approaching, numerous reports and purported pictures of Apples latest phone have surfaced showing the lack of a 3.5mm headphone jack. Continue reading Will Apples iPhone 7 Eliminate the Headphone Jack?

Mac OS X Malware Threatens Mainstream Users: Regardless of the Tsunami Trojan

    It came as a huge surprise to the legions of Mac owners lied to over the years about the likelihood of their computers being infected by malware, but the aftermath of the Tsunami Trojan isnt a simple case of the problem being overcome with the Mac OS X anti-malware utility.

    Instead, the aptly named Tsunami Trojan is more than likely the symbol of change, an indicator to those that have been expecting an attack on the Macs UNIX-derived platform that with an increased user base follows a greater prospect of vulnerabilities being found or created and then exploited.

    Over the years third-party companies such as McAfee have attempted to sell their security software to Mac users with a limited amount of success. Continue reading Mac OS X Malware Threatens Mainstream Users: Regardless of the Tsunami Trojan

Computer Jargon Untangled

Computer Jargon Untangled

Ah computer lingo. It’s sometimes tough to understand and if you’re not computer savvy you may be left wondering what on earth they are saying. For instance, what is a walled garden? Is it a literal garden surrounded by a wall like in the olden days? Is it the stuff of Jane Austen? No, a walled garden in computer terms means a group of pages linked to each other but not linked to by other pages. Continue reading Computer Jargon Untangled

Is Siri Apple TV Real?

Is Siri Apple TV Real?

    SiriTV – Could it Be?

    Ask someone ten years ago if they could see a clear path that we could be taking towards a 2001: A Space Oddysey-like future, and they’d probably call you crazy and walk away. Nowadays, such things have become a lot more clear, and it’s almost threatening to see how remarkably close we’re coming to the sorts of technology we could only dream about just half a century ago.

    Admittedly, with Nasa stopping the shuttle program, our commuter plane to orbit won’t be docking to Strauss’s Blue Danube anytime soon, so 2001 may not have been the best example. Continue reading Is Siri Apple TV Real?

A Guide for Small Business Owners: All About Email and Fax Security

    Its important for businesses to keep all customer information private and secure – even if it’s just for a trust issue. Also, a company with a good reputation for keeping customer information private and secure has a better chance of getting new customers due to good feedback by existing clients. The other reasons to secure email messages is to keep sensitive communication with business partners private and to comply with federal, state and local business laws and government regulations.

    One of the mediums to communicate with customers is by using email and fax systems. Continue reading A Guide for Small Business Owners: All About Email and Fax Security

The Lithium Ion Battery Advantages

The Lithium Ion Battery Advantages

Li-ion battery or Lithium ion battery is one of several types of rechargeable batteries. During the discharge process, the lithium ions travel from the anode to the cathode and vice versa. Let’s know a bit more about the advantages of lithium-ion batteries.

How do these batteries work?

Different types of li-ion batteries make use of different types of cathodes. The cathodes are made of lithium molecules. Continue reading The Lithium Ion Battery Advantages