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The iOS SDK is great for many things, but there are plenty of things it can improve on. This is namely it’s support for the future via web service integration using standard web service protocols, which I will explore here.
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Switching power supplies have come to replace the conventional transformer-focused power supply as a cheaper and more efficient alternative. While many advances have been made over the years to bring these devices down to microscopic sizes and near-perfect efficiency, there is still some room for improvement in the field of bidirectionality, and here I aim [...]
3D printers are the latest hobbyist craze, going so far as to make appearances en masse at CES this year. But how practical are they outside of the hobby market? Do they really have the potential to become the next big thing as it stands?
It happens: your phone charger bites the dust, you lose it, or you need another one. So you go off to an online site such as Amazon.com seeking a new one, and are faced with the decision of buying the “official” one or the 75% cheaper one manufactured by a company you’ve never heard of. [...]
So the iPhone 5 has been released and I bought the second and third ones sold in my state after a night of camping out, which was extremely fun. But all the fun and “ooh ahh” aside, the presence of iPhone 5′s on the web is to be taken into consideration, and here I offer [...]
iOS 6.0 Beta 3 was just released recently, and though the changes between Beta 2 and Beta 3 aren’t worthy enough of a whole video like last time, the changes definitely improve the OS.
Ever seen how Twitter and other sites load pages via AJAX, dependent on the hashtag within the URL? Implementing that on your site is easier than one might realize: all you need is a little jQuery, content, and optional server-side code to get it up and running – without sacrificing SEO. And with a few [...]
iOS 6.0 is nearing release around the corner, and we have an early look at the second beta release of the OS (installed on an iPad 3rd generation). Here is our video review, also the second episode of our YouTube series, for all to get a glimpse of the new and upcoming OS, its new [...]
Facebook just released pictures of some of its technical infrastructure from its datacenters, and within them they reveal several inherent flaws in their hardware immediately visible. Spot what they are yet? Read on and find out.
Hi everyone, just a quick FYI we’re about to launch a new YouTube series to go with the recent popularity we’ve accumulated on YouTube. The series will be tech-based and cover a wide range of topics. Tutorials, news breaks, humor and more – all down the line. So stay tuned!