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What One Thing Would You Change In Your Life?

I know, you have several things you'd like to change. One thing isn't nearly enough. Altering your life can be a constant process. Even so, by picking one thing you will be forced to prioritize what is really important to you at this moment. 

This is a tough question. I had to give it a lot of thought. Physical conditioning, missed experiences, strengthening my important relationships, working harder to build up this blog, still worrying too much about money, choosing easy over hard....I have plenty to pick from. 

Of course, the choice really has to be within the realm of reality. No matter how much I might enjoy it, I will never be a professional baseball player or pro golfer. I cannot break the world record for high jumps. I am not going to the Olympics (except as a spectator). That 50 foot cabin cruiser is never going to sail with me at the helm. 

Since I think we are all interested in each other's answers, I am going to keep my part of this post very short. This is a bit …

iOS 8 features wishlist: the changes iPhone and iPad users want in Apple's iOS 8

With iOS 8 on the horizon we asked some Macworld contributors as well as Macworld’s twitter followers what features they are hoping to see in the new version of Apple’s iPhone and iPadsoftware. This is what they told us. Tell us which features you would like to see in iOS 8 in the comments below this story and we'll keep updating it until we have the definitive wishlist for iOS 8. iOS 8: Camera and photography featuresNICK SPENCE: As a keen 'mobile photographer' I would love to see more Instagram-style photo filters and enhancements added to in the next iOS update. Apple improved the photo features of the Camera app in iOS 7, but I still feel it's missing some of the features found free in free third party apps such as Snapseed. KAREN HASLAM: I find the camera zoom awkward to use, requiring two hands and two fingers just to make it even more complicated. Apple must surely be able to devise a more user friendly way of zooming in on a shot. Even the pinch or expand gesture …

Apple iPhone 6, nuove immagini ne rivelerebbero la forma 15 Aprile 2014

Al fine di rispettare i tempi e di rendere disponibili una cospicua quantità di device,Apple avrebbe dato ordine all’assemblaggio diiPhone non solo a Foxconn, ma anche alla taiwanese Pegatron.

What To Do If Your Computer Becomes Infected

If you have a desktop or laptop computer that has recently been infected by a virus, spyware, or any other kind of malicious bug, getting it removed as quickly as possible is something that you should make a priority. If you do a lot of work on your computer, having such an infection can put you at risk to lose everything that you have stored on there. Even if you do not work on your computer, losing saved files is never a good thing. Thus, taking your computer to a shop offering computer repair in Simi Valley is something you should do as quickly as possible.
A computer repair shop can help you remove the offending items from your computer before they can do any more damage. Like a physical virus, computer viruses spread throughout the system and attack everything on their way through. While it is not likely that you will escape any and all damage, you can minimize the damage you experience by acting quickly.
Another reason to check out a shop for computer repair in Simi Valley is so y…

iPhone 6: Data di uscita a settembre e schermo più grande !!

Quando esce l'iPhone 6? Nuove indiscrezioni sul prossimo smartphone di casa Apple che dovrebbe arrivare intorno a settembre con un nuovo design e uno schermo molto più grande rispetto agli ultimi modelli. Leggi di più su Concept per il nuovo iPhone 6
La rivelazione è stata lanciata dal quotidiano giapponese Nikkei. Il prossimo iPhone 6 verrà prodotto con due misure di schermo diverse: una da 4,7 e una da 5,5 pollici. I due touchscreen Lcd saranno prodotti da Sharp ed LG, ma a colpire sono due importanti novità. Per la prima volta un modello di iPhone con le stesse specifiche tecniche sarà prodotto in due versioni differenti e con schermi diversi. In secondo luogo ledimensioni saranno molto maggiori rispetto a quelle di tutti i fratelli minori sino ad ora prodotti. In questo senso, pare che Samsung abbia fatto scuola: i suoi Galaxy top gamma hanno sempre avuto schermi esponenzialmente più lunghi e larghi rispetto ai concorrenti. La versione da 5,5 sarà con tutta probabilità…


The Future Of Technology Could Change As Silicon Goes Down, And Graphene Goes Up!

Here's something that we never normally think about. Whenever you are surfing the web on your laptop, playing Angry Birds on your tablet, or playing Black Ops II on your Playstation 3, do you ever stop and think what is making all of that technology work? 9 times out of 10 the answer is going to be a no. We don't ever really think about how something works as long as it works. However, inside your favorite devices are multitudes of different transistors and microchips that make it possible for your tech to do what it does. Almost everything it mad out of something called silicon. A readily available resource that is conductive enough to have everything work properly, but not conductive enough to fry all of the electronic inner workings. While silicon is definitely the "go to" resource for any real tech company, our friends over at Samsung may have found something that could knock silicon off of the map

Is anyone familiar with something called graphene? No? Not shockin…