Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Parallels Access: a new way to access your Mac via Tablet

The Russian publisher has announced the release of a new iPhone application. Parallels Access; which offers a whole new way to control your Mac or PC from your tablet! There are several points which according to his publisher make particularly attractive application. The first is that it allows you to use gestures to which we are accustomed to on the iPad on its software for Mac / PC. Thus, the copy and paste works like any application from the App Store. The clipboard can also be common to both environments. Every effort has been made to "applifier" software you use on your computer. Also to make it more convenient for everyday use, the software includes App Launcher to launch very quickly any application on your computer. It also offers a special view to simply switch from one application to another. Parallels Access is an application available for free download on the App Store. Its use is not provided. The software has a demo version of 14 days. Then you must take a one-year subscription offered € 69.99. The app needs an agent that you must install on your Mac or PC of your choice. This agent requires at least Mac Lion and Windows 7 PC. In terms of connection, the editor indicates that the application works in both 3G/4G wireless

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Website hosting from Network Solutions

Perhaps the most important aspect of online marketing is the web hosting service that a business owner chooses to partner with to host his or her website. A web host serves as the middleman between a business owner and the customer and ensures that the content that the business has placed online is being viewed as the business owner wants it to be viewed. A good web host will also have plenty of safeguards in place to ensure that no emergency will cause a hosted website to be lost to a customer.

If you are a business owner that is looking for a web hosting service, there are a few questions that you should ask:

1 - Does this web hosting service have a guaranteed uptime and do you have to pay for extended periods of downtime?
2 - Does the web hosting service have redundant servers as well as mirrors to maximize uptime?
3 - Does the web hosting service ensure compatibility with popular third party applications?
4 - Does the web hosting service provide the ability to create a mobile website that is different from the desktop website?

If you have not yet found the web hosting service that can answer all of these questions satisfactorily, then you may want to check out website hosting from Network Solutions. A highly reputable company, Network Solutions provides its clients with the guarantees that are necessary to ensure that a business has the opportunity for success online.

cat5 cables at TriangleCables

Frayed , worn and outdated computer cables can not only slow data down, they can pose a health hazard. Shocks and fires resulting from electronics endanger people and their property. Accidents like these can bring a business to its knees or bankrupt a family, not to mention the devastation if someone suffers personal injury. It's important for individuals and businesses to upgrade their cables accordingly to prevent lost time and data, as well as tragedy.

People who are moving massive amounts of data – whether they're processing documents for corporations or creating their own music videos – tax the computer systems they're running on. Old cables can slow the transfer of data down. Companies that want to stay abreast of the competition in speed will need the latest cables capable of handling Gigabits, like cat5 cables at TriangleCables.

These new kinds of cables also help businesses get the most out of new equipment. After upgrading to a computer system that can handle tougher jobs, it makes no sense to rely on the same old cords. Outdated cables aren't able to handle the same kinds of transfer demands, and wind up limiting the performance of new equipment. More importantly, these stresses can lead to major problems.

Overheated power cords can be a source of property damage and personal injury. This happens when damaged or overtaxed cables are used regularly. One home in Westfield, MA, had over $75,000 in damage due to a computer cord fire in April of 2013. This is just one reason that purchasing new, safe and more effective cables is more than worth the price.

Saturday, August 24, 2013

PNY Storedge provides 128 GB of additional memory in Macbook

PNY Storedge has introduced the  a solution for Apple's Macbooks that fits into the SD card slot and up to 128 GB of additional space allows. Macbooks with fixed SSD is ideal for this option. The Storedge looks like a scaled-SD card that only so far as it is out of the Macbook is necessary so that they can be pulled out again. Compared with SDXC cards Storedge the cards, however, are not exactly a bargain. The 64-GB module costs around 100 dollars and the model with 128 GB is offered for $ 200. A similar idea how PNY Storedge had is also used by the manufacturer of the adapter Nifty Drive, which was successfully funded via Kickstarter. The Nifty Drive has no own memory, but is equipped with a micro SD card and then sunk completely into the memory card slot of the Macbook. To fish out the adapter again, a paper clip or a similar pointed object must be used. The Macbook Air and the MacBook Pro with Retina screen cannot upgrade from Apple later with more SSD storage. A maximum of 768 GB SSDs orderable, but the memory is very expensive. For example, the MacBook Pro 13-inch large screen instead prefers to 256 GB 128 GB of memory; you must pay an additional fee of 200 Euros. For the upgrade to 768 GB even may cost around 900 Euros.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Wacom Announces Pressure Sensitive iPad Stylus

Wacom specialist in graphics and other tools for digital design have two novelties. The Intuos Creative is a Bluetooth Stylus Pen for iPad, but the most interesting novelty is perhaps two new Cintiq earning their monopoly. Wacom stylus already offers several mobile devices running iOS or Android. The latest, the Intuos Creative Stylus is for iPad and uses a wireless connection to transmit its information. At stake, a much better precision, since this stylus can handle not less than 2048 levels of pressure. In return, it will supply it with a AAAA battery that is supposed to withstand for more than 150 hours. Inside, there is a Bluetooth and it guarantees for better battery life, but that probably explains why the product is reserved for a limited number of tablets. It will take iPad 3, iPad 4 or iPad mini to use the Intuos Stylus Creative, but also a compatible application. Announced at € 99, this stylus will not be available until October, but you can already order it on Amazon for € 120. Wacom offers two colors (black and blue) and accompanies the pen of a case that doubles as storage for different sized caps.