How To Disable Your Mac’s Startup Sound

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If you’re a regular Mac user, you’ll know that every time a Mac starts up or reboots, it is accompanied by the startup sound. Some might like this, but others might despise it. Although you can mute the sound by holding down the “Mute” key on any Mac keyboard, one of the better ways is to permanently disable your Mac’s startup sound using Terminal. To do this,. 

Find Out The Capability Of Your Smartphone With Android Benchmarks – Part 3

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Many smartphones these days are very similar to one another, and that can make distinguishing them from one another very difficult. We’ve already gone over how to read Android specs in part 1 and part 2 of this series, but that requires keeping up with the stats for various models on your own and devising your own means of determining which is best. Android benchmarks is another way. 

Find Out The Capabaility Of Your Smartphone With Android Benchmarks – Part 3

By | On Saturday, April 19th, 2014 - No Comments »

Many smartphones these days are very similar to one another, and that can make distinguishing them from one another very difficult. We’ve already gone over how to read Android specs in part 1 and part 2 of this series, but that requires keeping up with the stats for various models on your own and devising your own means of determining which is best. Android benchmarks is another way. 

How Does Intel’s Mobile Chipset Stack Up Against ARM?

By | On Friday, April 18th, 2014 - No Comments »

If you own a smartphone, there’s a very great chance that it uses a chipset designed by ARM Holdings. Its architecture is uniquely tailored to handle the compact nature of mobile devices – while still providing a large amount of processing power. For years, this has been the standard, and everyone was happy with the results. Conventionally, ARM designed mobile processors while Intel. 

Do You Think Google Glass Is an Intrusion of Privacy?

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Now that Google Glass has been available more broadly, we’ll start to see it on more and more people in public. This means you could walk into a restaurant or library and have someone browsing, watching, recording right there. Is this an intrusion of your privacy? Google Glass wearers have been somewhat limited until now, as only those receiving an invite from Google were allowed to.