We have just received word via. Twitter that Google has reported that Twitter has launched a service for their users in Egypt to send Twitter messages and “tweets” by dialing a phone number. Another way to rebel against the blockage of Internet in Egypt. This was announced about 30 minutes ago. Google also released thisContinue reading “Twitter Provides Tweets via. Phone for Egyptians”
On thing that seems to be in short supply now days is money. Money is the necessary evil that allows you to read this article, that allows you to watch tv, and do various other things. But if you are a business person, you know money is the core functioning material you need to doContinue reading “Money, Business, and Getting Investors”
The latest news on the Internet in Egypt being shut down and if it could happen in the United States. Did Egypt really succeed in shutting down their Internet? Can the United States and is it as simple as a button?
One of the most talked about topics in the nation is the recent release that Verizon will also host Apple’s iPhone. One of the most recent surveys state that an astonishing 2.5 million customers will be switching from AT&T to Verizon. So, will it cost less to switch from AT&T? It all depends on whenContinue reading “AT&T iPhone vs. Verizon iPhone”
It’s pretty exciting to hear that someone of importance is heading to the area. But when it’s the President of the United States, the tune of the whole region changes. Today around noon, President Barack Obama will be landing at Albany International Airport and heading out to Schenectady to tour GE to announce the plansContinue reading “President Obama Heading to Schenectady for GE”
Here you see a presenter showing off Portal 2 gameplay. NOTE: The network logo was misplaced during rendering.
Images by Ian DiMartino, Special Techtronica Reporter This past CES, Samsung did a great job decorating their booth. Visitors to Samsung’s display were greeted by an archway that hosted a mass of video screens that were arranged to look like a world map. More from Samsung’s World of TV’s after the break.
Today was all the hype that it was expected to be. With Verizon and Apple teaming up again to bring you the iPhone. Verizon is considered the Nation’s largest wireless carrier with well over 93 million subscribers. The iPhone has been a deal in the making according to Verizon CEO, and Apple COO. Since 2008Continue reading “iPhone on Verizon-Changing the world, again”
As the clock strikes closer to 11 AM, many wonder if Verizon will be unveiling it’s CDMA version of Apple’s iPhone 4. Just as many wonder whether or not Steve Jobs will grace the Lincoln Center in New York City with his presence.
Today, Jason of Pi And Company puts Mozilla Firefox 3.6.13, Internet Explorer 9.0.7930.16406 BETA, Safari 5.0.3, Google Chrome 9.0.597.42 BETA, Mozilla Firefox “Minefield” 4.0b9pre NIGHTLY (1-7-2011), and Opera 11.00 Build 1156 to the Ultimate battle of the Browsers!
Morgan Hiu reviews a $15 keychain spy camera
We finally have a live look at the new Blackberry Playbook for you Techtronica viewers. If you can remember back a little bit, we did a post covering the details and specs of the Playbook a few months back shortly after RIM made the original announcement. This post here is just to showcase the tabletContinue reading “Blackberry Playbook Comes Out To Play”
Yesterday Microsoft demostrated the Avatar Kinect at CES 2011, a Kinect feature that lets your avatar mimmics your expression in the virtual world. It fully renders your personals, and emotional expressions in real time. Its an awesome demonstration, and you need to see it to believe it. Just search for Steve Ballmers keynote on CESContinue reading “We are step closer to the Holodeck timeframe”
A hands-on look of the Blackberry Playbook at CES
Our special reporter, Ian DiMartino, demonstrates the controls and a little bit of screen play of the new unreleased Killzone