Air Display iPad App

Posted by Tom Starks On February - 7 - 2012

For all the Mac fans who are used on working on two monitors and travel quite a lot, the Air Display iPad application is a solution sent from Heaven. All you need is a wi-fi connection and you can start working with the help and support of two displays, your Mac and your iPad. But […]

Cloud-Word App for iPad

Posted by Tom Starks On February - 6 - 2012

The amplitude that Apple products have gained may seem shocking, but it is not without base. The variety of applications available for iPhones and iPads makes the products greatly helpful and easy to use. Their practicability in the every day activities has been acknowledged world wide and developers have rushed to design numerous apps, one […]

Jailbreak IOS 5 / 5.0 With Redsnow On IPhone 4 3GS IPad & IPod Touch

Posted by Tom Starks On February - 2 - 2012

The most successful iOS release of all times is the iOS 5 and that shows us that the developers from Apple have done a really good job and brought many improvements to their latest iOS. Everybody thought that jailbreaking this new iOS will be very hard because of the new security patches added by the […]

Redsnow 0.9.9b1 Jailbreak For 4.3.5 4.3.4 4.3.3 & IOS 5

Posted by Tom Starks On February - 1 - 2012

Since the iOS 4.3.3, Greenpoison was out of picture as a jailbreak tool and now one of the most used is Redsnow. This app detects your device’s firmware automatically, and with this new update redsnow supports 4.3.5, 4.3.4, 4.3.3 and iOS 5 beta. Redsnow 0.9.9b1 Jailbreak for 4.3.5 4.3.4 4.3.3 & IOS 5 is the […]

Rhythm Studio App for iPad

Posted by Tom Starks On January - 31 - 2012

The Rhythm Studio App for iPad is what you might call an “old school” hardware setup for your iPad, though it practically works on every iOS device. It is very similar to TableTop in the sense of you only having to double tap on the instrument you want to use and the application will zoom […]

The Weather Channel iPad

Posted by Tom Starks On January - 24 - 2012

The Weather Channel iPad application is a great app for when you need weather information or updates, if you want to travel around the country or you are simply interested in what the day will be like. As we have been used to by all other iPad applications, the Weather Channel has a clean, user-friendly […]

OrganiDoc HD for iPad

Posted by Tom Starks On January - 17 - 2012

If you are looking for a top notch file manager or a killer mobile flash drive, check out the newest version of OrganiDoc HD for iPad. The OrganiDoc HD is one of the few iPad applications that allows you to access all of your saved files. You can use the OrganiDoc HD for iPad to […]

TomTom GPS for iPad

Posted by Tom Starks On January - 13 - 2012

It took sometime for the TomTom to release their GPS application for iPad, due to the apprehension that there is no market for it, but now that they had, TomTom GPS has been so successful that an update is already on the market. The major difference regards the changed interface. It definitely looks better, with […]

How to remove a Trojan Virus

Posted by Tom Starks On December - 23 - 2011

When talking about computers, it is not a conversation on the topic if not involving in the discussion the major problem computers have – viruses. As in all cases, when a useful thing has been invented, in this case the computer, it was also created an innovating program to break it down, such an antidote […]

How to clean up your computer & make it run faster

Posted by Tom Starks On December - 16 - 2011

Nowadays, it is known the fact that the computer is used by almost all the seven billion people on the planet, from Steve Jobs to the time we live in. To have your computer always available for any unwelcome event, it is necessary to prevent it from any damages, both physical and technological. In order […]

Toshiba Satellite L755-128

Posted by Tom Starks On December - 9 - 2011

We dare you to focus your attention on the new Toshiba Satellite L755-128 which has been nowadays released on the market. It is a decent gaming laptop known from the 7 series of those made by Toshiba, which has recently appeared in our country. Its design is both simple and classy, thanks to the white […]

How to fix PC problems

Posted by Tom Starks On December - 5 - 2011

Computer is nowadays the most used technological part from all around the globe. But as its positive points, it has also some negatives, such as problems the computer can interfere with. The new solution has been released in order to help users save their money which before were spent on expensive diagnostics. PC problems can […]

How to stop unwanted email

Posted by Tom Starks On November - 18 - 2011

Day by day we get our inbox filled with unwanted emails. This is not a secret anymore that more that halves from our emails are spam. At the first look, they do not seem dangerous, not at all. But in time, all those emails may bring us serious damages… Any spam hides a virus, most […]

About IT Jobs

Posted by Tom Starks On November - 7 - 2011

It is not a secret anymore that IT Jobs are one of the well-paid jobs in the entire world. It could not been otherwise, because IT can be found in every single domain. It has influenced traditions, industries and the entire sociality as well. It is required to know that any person who enjoys the […]

HDD vs. SDD

Posted by Tom Starks On October - 25 - 2011

In order to make a comparison, it is needed two components. This article talks about HDD and SDD, which need to be known by the both parts. The hard disk drive (HDD) is the most important part from a computer that can store digital information consisting of one or more platters that usually rotate at […]

Methods to fix hdd bad sectors

Posted by Tom Starks On April - 28 - 2011

When the HDD of your computer has an increased number of bad sectors this could be a sign to replace it. There are physical bad sectors and logical bad sectors. If you want to fix the logical bad sectors it could be a hope but for fixing the physical bad sectors there are no chances. […]

Ways to fix the LCD dead pixels

Posted by Tom Starks On April - 28 - 2011

There could be two types of pixels which wouldn’t fit on your LCD monitor: dead pixels and stuck pixels. Dead pixels are points on your LCD monitor which permanently remains on black and stuck pixels in other colors. Usually there are more chances for fixing a stuck pixel but there are hopes for dead pixels […]