This is intended solely to be for comedic use. No shame or harm done to Texas Instruments. To support them, please go out and purchase this product! Enjoy this article for April Fools’. First, there was the desktop. Then, there was the laptop. Soon after, mobile devices followed. Desktops got smaller. Laptops got thinner. Mobile … Continue reading TI-84 CE Review: April Fools’ Special
Here’s a list of the top 10 ways to customize your Mac. Before you begin customizing, make sure that you are updated to the latest version of MacOS. Split-Screen: If you need 2 windows open at the same time (e.g. when you are writing a research paper, etc.), make sure they are two separate windows … Continue reading 10 Tips & Tricks for MacOS
Another phone review from Sean! We hope you enjoy! Apple’s newest flagship, the iPhone 7, was released back in September 2016. Although the phone doesn’t seem very different from previous iPhones, the iPhone 7 is definitely the best iPhone Apple has ever created. However, with relatively few changes and the removal of the headphone jack, … Continue reading The iPhone 7
This is our special guest writer Sean's inaugural review. He specializes in smartphones and other mobile tech, and is a terrific addition to our now 3-man team. To learn about him, check the About page! His posts are published under my account for now only because Christian and I have not agreed to make him … Continue reading The iPhone 6S
All the way back in 2011, Google and a handful of third-party manufacturers dropped a variety of new laptops that we now call Chromebooks. These were essentially budget laptops with a twist: they used little bits of high-end hardware here and there whilst running a “lite” OS that was based off of the Google Chrome … Continue reading Chromebooks: A Mature Budget Laptop Option?