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10 Apps Every New iPhone or iPad User Should Install
By Jason Rich
Dec 21, 2012
Jason R. Rich focuses on 10 “must have” iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch apps that are available from the App Store.
2006 Consumer Electronics Show Recap
By Dustin Sullivan
Jan 13, 2006
We once again sent our senior editor to Las Vegas to cover the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show, and once again he failed to even bring us back a Las Vegas t-shirt or shot glass. But he did bring us this recap of the gadgets and technology trends he witnessed first hand at the show.
3D Chipsets
By Scott Mueller
Oct 1, 2000
Use this table to choose the 3-D chipset that is right for you. Whether you're a gamer, video or graphics professional, this table will help you sort out the confusing world of video chipsets.
5 Easy Steps to Using Virtualization Technology
By Stephen B. Morris
Apr 4, 2008
Virtualization tools make it possible for anyone to accommodate Linux machines inside the Windows desktop.
A Look at the 64-Bit ARMv8 Architecture
By David Chisnall
Feb 28, 2012
ARM is the most popular 32-bit architecture in the world, but has only just begun the transition to 64-bit. David Chisnall discusses what we can expect from the upcoming 64-bit version of the architecture.
A Tour of Raspberry Pi Peripheral Devices
By Timothy L. Warner
Nov 6, 2013
This chapter shares most popular peripheral devices - electronic equipment that is connected to the Pi by means of a cable instead of soldered directly to the board - that are available for the Raspberry Pi today.
A Tour of the Tablet PC
By Lynn Greiner
Feb 6, 2004
Close to a quarter of a century after we became a keyboard-centric society with the introduction of the personal computer, the pen is again trying to become mighty, thanks to the tablet PC.
Adapting Your USB Drives To Work Cross-Network
By Kulvir Singh Bhogal
Nov 18, 2005
With only a few steps and the expenditure of about a hundred bucks, you can share your USB drives throughout your Windows network. Kulvir Singh Bhogal walks you through the process to show just how quickly you can share those handy USB drives cross-network.
Adding Devices to the Windows Home Server Network
By Paul McFedries
Sep 21, 2007
Paul McFedries gives you the details on connecting devices to your Windows Home Server network.
Adding Memory to Your PC
By Preston Gralla
Mar 19, 2001
Adding memory to your computer is one of the easiest ways to make it run faster. In this sample chapter, learn how memory works, how to recognize different kinds of memory, how to determine what memory you need, and how to add and replace memory.
All New GM Cars Will Soon Have iPhone/iPad Integration
By Jason Rich
Sep 2, 2013
Jason R. Rich takes a closer look at how iOS mobile devices play a growing role in how drivers operate and experience their vehicles, and how in-car infotainment systems have changed forever.
An Introduction to the Pebble Watch
By Jason Rich
Oct 4, 2013
In this article, Jason R. Rich takes a look at the Pebble smart watch that wirelessly links to the iPhone. Discover what makes this cutting-edge $150.00 gadget tick, and what this digital watch can do out-of-the-box.
An Introduction to the Surface Tablet
By Jim Cheshire
Jan 17, 2013
This chapter runs through the functions of the Surface hardware, the basics of Windows RT, and explains some additional settings for your new tablet.
An Overview Digital Images and Video: Display, Representations, and Standards
By A. Murat Tekalp
Jul 8, 2015
This chapter from Digital Video Processing, 2nd Edition covers human visual perception and color models; analog-video representations; 2D digital video representations and a brief summary of current standards; 3D digital video display, representations, and standards; an overview of popular digital video applications, including digital TV, digital cinema, and video streaming; and factors affecting video quality and quantitative and subjective video-quality assessment.
An Overview of Cisco IOS Versions and Naming
By Sean Wilkins
Jun 28, 2013
This article covers the different Cisco IOS releases and naming structures and aims to give a single location where network engineers can look to figure out what the different releases mean.
Android Hubs, Part 1: The Media Hub
By Eric Butow
Nov 19, 2012
Eric Butow takes you on a tour of Android Media Hub, one of four hubs available from Samsung that allows you to shop for, buy, and rent movies and television shows from the Samsung catalog.
Android Hubs, Part 2: The Music Hub
By Eric Butow
Dec 3, 2012
Samsung has teamed up with the 7digital music service to provide music shopping and downloading on your Galaxy Tab using the built-in Music Hub app. As Eric Butow explains, within the app, you can shop for tracks or entire albums, and you can also add tracks to a playlist.
Android Hubs, Part 3: Using the Samsung Social Hub
By Eric Butow
Dec 28, 2012
The pre-installed Social Hub app on Android 4 makes it easy to view email from multiple accounts as well as feeds from multiple social networks on your Galaxy Tab. This article shows how to add email and social networking accounts to the Social Hub.
Android Hubs, Part 4: The Readers Hub
By Eric Butow
Jan 8, 2013
The Readers Hub is a built-in app for users of the Galaxy Tab 2. In this article, you’ll learn how to use the Readers Hub to purchase, download, and read newspapers, magazines, and books on your Tab 2.
Apache: Starting, Stopping, and Restarting
By Rich Bowen, Daniel Lopez Ridruejo
Mar 29, 2002
Apache provides a variety of ways to start, stop, and restart your server. Learn here how to automate these processes, and ensure that your server is always running when it needs to be.

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