06 Jun 2014

E3 in Los Angeles | Mobile-PC-Medics.comE3, the gaming industry’s signature trade show, is set to kick off in Los Angeles next week, and while not as highly anticipated as last year’s event, it should provide many answers to questions that have popped up over the last year. Last year, both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 debuted to much fanfare, but a year later, neither system has a signature game to hang its hat on. Perhaps this year’s E3 will change that.

Click here to read the rest of the article by Hayden Dingman for PCWorld.com.

06 Jun 2014

Acer Smartwatch | Mobile-PC-Medics.comWith PC sales plummeting, Acer is attempting to makes its mark in the tech industry with other products, and has released a tablet, phone and smartwatch. According to Acer CEO Jason Chen, the first smartwatch that the company released is not perfect, but they felt it was more important to break into the market first and improve upon the product after seeing how it performed among the buying public.

To read the rest of the article by Dana Wollman for Engadget.com, follow this link.

05 Jun 2014

Newly appointed GoPro President Tony Bates | Mobile-PC-Medics.comGoPro, maker of the popular action cameras, has named former Skype CEO Tony Bates as the company’s new president. Bates, who had also been an executive with Microsoft after their acquisition of Skype in 2011, was seen as a potential successor to Steve Ballmer. However, after Microsoft named Satya Nadella as its new CEO, Bates parted with the company in March.

To read the rest of the article by Mark Hachman for PCWorld.com, follow this link.

05 Jun 2014

Google Chrome | Mobile-PC-Medics.comGoogle Chrome is the preferred browser of individuals searching the Internet, with over 58 percent of people favoring it over the likes of Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari. There are several hints and features that make the experience on Google Chrome even better, including the ability to search directly within other websites using the search bar, the ability to use the omnibox as a calculator and conversion tool, and the ability to drag URLs directly from the web to your desktop.

Click here to see the full list of features by Evan Dashevsky for PCMag.com.

04 Jun 2014

Sprint is poised to purchase T-Mobile | Mobile-PC-Medics.comSprint is close to purchasing T-Mobile USA for $50 billion, though the deal could still fall apart. If Sprint is able to complete the purchase, it would eliminate yet another large mobile provider from the market, leaving Sprint, Verizon and AT&T as the only major national carriers.

Click here to read the rest of the article by Stephen Lawson for PCWorld.com.

03 Jun 2014

Google Chrome | Mobile-PC-Medics.comAt long last, Google is expected to introduce test versions of 64-bit code versions of the Chrome browser for Windows, which had been continuing to run using 32-bit code. The update to 64-bit will not only increase the browsing speed for users, but it will also keep web surfers safer from online threats as well.

To read the rest of the article by Jon Fingas for Engadget.com, follow this link.

03 Jun 2014

OS X Yosemite | Mobile-PC-Medics.comWith the announcement that Apple will release new versions of both iOS and OS X, it is becoming clear that Apple is well on its way to completely integrating its mobile and desktop operating systems. In the future, it is envisioned that a singular operating system will allow users to seamlessly transition between their iPhones/iPads and iMacs/MacBooks without missing a beat.

Click here to read the rest of Seamus Condron’s article for PCMag.com.

02 Jun 2014

OneNote logo | Mobile-PC-Medics.comThere are an increasing number of people who have both PCs that run Windows and Apple products such as iPhones and iPads, which can make it difficult for smooth integration of the two operating systems. However, there are a wide range of apps, such as OneNote, Mobile Office for iPhone, Skype and Remote Desktop, that make it easy to incorporate the work you do on your PC with your mobile device.

Click here to read the entire article by Tony Bradley for PCWorld.com.

02 Jun 2014

Mobile Computer Repair | Mobile-PC-Medics.comWith the advent of mobile home computer repair, seeking technology assistance has become a far easier task to manage. People now hold the luxury of having their computer serviced by an expert without having to leave the comfortable environment of their house. Nonetheless, there still exist a few guidelines for when one contacts a repair service. Keeping these rules in mind helps the process move more quickly and ensures that the computer is properly fixed.

Typically, people first try to remedy their technology malfunctions before contacting a professional. If this is the case, then it is helpful to write notes about what repairs were attempted, such as virus scans or removals. By then presenting this list to the computer specialist, one can prevent any redundant procedures from being performed. This allows the repair process to proceed in a far more efficient manner.

Besides taking notes on the solutions attempted, one should also determine all of the ways in which the computer is malfunctioning. Being able to analyze these problems allows the mobile home computer repair service to better ascertain what the source of the issue is and deliver the appropriate assistance.

It is important to be as thorough as possible when taking these two sets of notes. Without a clear idea of what is ailing the computer, it may take the professional a far longer time to determine the proper direction to take. Such detail could be as minute as noticing any changes to the color of the screen or perceiving the sudden appearance of new programs. Though these events appear unremarkable to a regular individual, a computer expert views them as invaluable information.

Despite the ease associated with mobile home computer repair, it is still necessary for one to take an active approach to the overall health of his or her technology. Doing so increases the efficiency of the repair process and guarantees that a computer is provided with an appropriate as well as lasting solution.

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