Apple’s tablet is a media consumption wonder, but if you add a keyboard can you actually get some real work done? And how much of a hit will the iPad’s sleek design and portability take?
Linux support has many levels, from basic how-tos and general queries, to complex problem solving and troubleshooting. Here I present the top 10 Linux support questions I see in my professional and social life using the OS. Related Bright Hub articles provide answers to each question.
You’ve narrowed down you choices to a couple great options. One uses HDMI, the other uses DVI. Or maybe your existing gear offers you the option. Should you use DVI or HDMI cable, and, what is the difference?
Sleeping with an elephant is never easy, and our American friends are rolling over to Digital broadcasting of over the air television. Canada won’t be switching for a couple years, but setting up to get Canadian analog and US Digital channels isn’t hard.
You have all the equipment you need to watch Digital Television, so what next? There are a few things you need to do to setup your TV, such as scanning for channels, which we explain here.
So that old TV will not do the trick when it comes to receiving Digital channels and you are going to need a converter. Here is what you need to know about buying and installing one.
There is no easy way to change something that has worked for decades. That said, the change to Digital Television (or DTV) only broadcasting is not all that complicated, though it might take a bite from your wallet.
Will billions in federal stimulus going to improve broadband access finally get the wide open spaces online? Should net neutrality play a role?
WiMax has been touted for a while as the route to realizing the dream of mobile broadband everywhere. It was slow in getting here, and the rough economy saw many projects set for 2008 delayed or cancelled. But it is moving forward this year, perhaps with some federal stimulus.
With legal action over Nehalem chipsets and some interesting back and forth over Ion, is Intel just defending market segmentation? Or are we entering a new phase of the overall battle between CPU and GPU?