We had spoken about the frame rate characteristic of video recording, and how it affects the video quality on episode 6 of the TRUEcast HERE. To really bring this into perspective for the average person, I decided to show a comparison of videos with different frame rates so that one can appreciate the true impact of frame rate on the quality of the video recordings.
We have all heard the claims that Apple’s MACs are more secure than the other guy’s computers, PCs that is, from the various home brewed & comedy schticky “I’m a MAC…I’m a PC” commercials. We have also heard of Apple’s deceptive marketing tactics which have netted two banned commercials from the UK’s advertising watchdog agency, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). Warning: The following is not for the Apple fanboy faint of heart…
Our friend Joel AKA: j2inet has a long history of developing for many platforms. He has currently used his expertise to assist other developers with the implementation of a service that is near and dear to many mobile fans’ hearts on the Windows Mobile platform: Google Voice…
Many of you have heard claims by various individuals, and from various sources on the Internets 😉 regarding different feature flaws of various mobile platforms, hardware/software alike. We here at VeracityNation plan on lending some clarity regarding those claims. Every week we will post 1 to 2 fallacies that are being propagated throughout the Internets ;). Remember, if you have a request, to comment on the TEK-Korner page HERE where we will do our darnedest to cut through the yimmer yammer, and get to the facts.
What is a Tek-onition™, and what does it have to do with T-Mobile? It is my little cute reference to a premonition of tech things to come. This particular TEK-onition™ is regarding a potentially new feature on T-Mobile’s 3G network. Peaked your interest? Details after the click.
With the addition of two relatively new mobile computing product solutions, there have been many who question whether or not it is better to get one over the other. The two products are, as you might have guessed from the article title, netbooks and the Celio REDFLY™. If one were to base their decision solely on feature oriented product pricing, one would be missing out on a great deal of unseen costs which lurk in the world of TCO (Total Cost of Ownership).
“It looks like somebody made a mistake,” claims Michael Goldfarb in his pseudo-exposé on Obama’s claims regarding McCain being in the pocket of the oil industry. Had Michael been more concerned with promoting the stated addage from McCain’s Official Blog Site “A Blog You Can Believe In,” rather than smearing even at the cost of disinforming the public, maybe he would have realized that Michael is the one who made the mistake. Continue Reading »