Monday, February 17, 2014

Dealing with Graphics Card Failures

Let’s say you own a full-on PC gaming cafĂ©, offering a wide variety of latest and classic video games, be it LAN or offline. However, in a tournament that your shop has sponsored, a player complains about how his PC’s video card went caput in the midst of a highly-competitive gaming affair.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Save the Revolutionary Workplace iPad

The introduction of the iPad was met with doubt, as backbiters of the product only saw the Apple product as an oversized iPad. However, the iPad has gone leaps and bounds beyond being just a simple tool for entertainment. In fact, tablets are quickly becoming a staple in the corporate world.
Ovum, an analyst firm reveals that tablets have taken over the workplace. While desktops and laptops are still the workhorses of the office, tablets are providing new avenues for various companies to expand and revolutionize their workflows and programs. Ovum is confident that the product is sure to change the world of business in the future.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Broken Screens a Lost Cause? Some Tricks in iPhone Screen Repair

Don’t expect all third-party repair shops to use the UDRF, though, as other factors may be the source of damage. Nevertheless, an expert iPhone or iPad screen repair shop gets the job done without collateral damage.

Perhaps in the near future, Apple fans would soon be able to enjoy the rumored new protective technology for the gadget, in which the phone will change its orientation mid-fall to soften the impact. Then again, until that technology actually comes to light, a little bit of know-how on iPhone or iPad screen repair may save your Apple. Unless you’re not cut out for the job, in which case, you would be better off sending it to a certified repair shop.


Sunday, February 2, 2014

Small Business Computer Support to Benefit from FAA Ruling on Gadgets

Except for cell phones, all other mobile gadgets have received the green light from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for use during flight. Stipulations are firmly put in place, though, like how the gadgets must be on Airplane Mode when in used up in the air, and that passengers refrain from using them during takeoff and landing. Some airlines have already implemented it, making flights from across the U.S. more convenient for the businessman, and more enjoyable for the restless traveler.

Adding to the convenience is the availability of wireless Internet above 10,000 feet. This allows the device to connect to vital resources such as quality small business computer support. For instance, remote assistance allows the user to talk to a technician online for quick solutions to common laptop issues and problems. Now, there’s no need to wait till you get on the ground before you can resolve whatever laptop issues you may have.