Posts tagged @Tech Talk

Verizon iPhone 4 – I’ll Stick With AT&T For Now

So the announcement is official. Verizon will be carrying the iPhone 4. Here is my take on the Verizon iPhone 4 as an iPhone user for many years: Pro’s: The Verizon iPhone will double as a hotspot (tethering) (I like this!) You could jailbreak this phone to be used on other CDMA networks like Sprint Con’s: It’s the same iPhone 4 with the antennae problems It’s running on Verizon’s old CDMA technology Verizon will be a few months behind AT&T. AT&T will get new upgrades every June. Verizon every January. The iPhone will slow… Read More

CNET CES Update

The one Tech Site that seems to be all over the CES event is CNET. Their latest video does a nice  job breaking down the newest products coming out of the event. They are also doing some significant live blogging of the event so you may want to head over there for some really good info on products in development and/or coming out for this year.

Upcoming Week in Tech – App Store for MAC OSx & CES Show

Welcome to 2011 and this year we’ll get off to a quick start in the tech world with some major announcements: The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a major technology-related trade show that wil be held January 6th – 9th in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada. This event is not open to the public but you can bet it will be blogged. The Consumer Electronics Association-sponsored show typically hosts previews of products and new product announcements. Here various companies wil announce their latest… Read More

Patch Tuesday – Huge Microsoft Update Today! Download It Today!

Today Microsoft will be releasing a huge update to patch 16 critical holes in XP, Vista and Windows 7. There are 49 total updates making this the biggest update ever! From what I can tell from Microsoft’s latest update it effects every operating system from XP to Windows 7 and every version of Internet Explorer from version 6 to Version 8, all critical updates. I do not see any updates for IE9 which is still in beta. You may want to install that version for additional protection. IE9 can be… Read More

IOS4.1 on the 3G

I have been using IOS4.1 on the 3G for the last 24 hours and have noticed a definite improvement in speed and functionality on my phone. Still not as fast as with the old operating system but just the same, you can’t keep adding functionality to the operating system without upgrading the processor. OK, I know, Windows did it when going from Vista to Windows 7 and that’s because the operating system got smaller and faster but can Apple do the same with a brand new OS? For those of… Read More