This past week, I experienced several days where the phone rang multiple times throughout the day with a caller claiming I took an online survey about continuing my education. The caller claimed that they wanted to help me find courses to take. Knowing I hadn't filled out any such survey about my education, I was curious and asked for the URL of the website.
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About a week ago we wrote a MyFive including five things we wished the iPhone 3G had. Among them were more than a 2 megapixel camera, a flash for the camera and video recording, multimedia messaging service, a replaceable battery, and a 32GB option.
As we've mentioned, CyberNet's iPhone 3G review will be coming within the next week or so. We decided not to post it right away so we could have ample time to test out all of the new features. In the mean time, we thought we'd fill ya in on five things we wished the iPhone 3G had. It sure is a nice device, but it isn't perfect. Here's what we'd like to see on a 3rd generation iPhone.
Today we're taking a look at Google Spreadsheet Functions you won't find in Microsoft Office. If you haven't played around with Google Docs before, you probably haven't realized the long list of functions that are available.
I don't know about you, but these days I find myself buying more and more stuff online rather than going to the store. Most things are cheaper on the Internet if you spend the time looking for a bargain, and nowadays many places will ship things for free. The problem is trying to keep up with all of the packages you're supposed to be receiving.
Ever since the iPhone launched, different mobile phone manufacturers have done what they could to come up with phones that look and operate similar to the iPhone. Today we're taking a look at some of the top iPhone competitors out there. Our list includes five, but could be much longer because there are so many out there! Take a look...
When the iPod came out, a whole new industry to sell iPod accessories was born. Now there are hundreds of different accessories that consumers can purchase. Some are useful and on the practical side while others are just plain weird and there for fun. Today we're taking a look at five different "weird" iPod/iPhone accessories.
I've had a Vista machine setup for over a year whose sole purpose is to record my television shows, and I have to say that I've fallen deeply in love with it. Prior to owning the Vista Media Center computer I was using a ReplayTV unit to do the recording, and I didn't think that it got much better than that.
The month of March has just started and we thought it was the perfect time to bring back some "oldies but goodies" - some of our favorite articles from March of 2007. Today's MyFive takes you back a year ago and highlights what was going on. If you enjoy reading some of the older content, remember that you can subscribe to the CyberNet Classics RSS feeds.
This past week from Sunday February 17th until Wednesday February 20th, the Toy Industry Association was holding its annual Toy Fair. This is the place where every kid and wanna-be kid would love to be. Today's MyFive includes a few pretty nifty toys that were on display there. Be sure to click the image to enlarge it, and follow the link to the Make Blog if you want more details.
No, you didn't read the title of the article wrong. With all of the Vista bashing going on we thought it would be fun to take a step back and see what the initial consensus was of XP when it launched back in October 2001. Since so much time has passed it is easy to forget the messages that were filling the forums and reviews.
This past weekend we took advantage of living back in the Chicago area and headed down to the Chicago Auto Show. Apparently we still have cars on our minds because we are focusing today's MyFive feature on gadget-equipped cars which there were plenty of at the show! Today's MyFive is a list of different gadgets that you can find in cars on the market today that may (or may not)become standar [...]
There are certain gadgets out there that while they may be considered "geeky," they're still cool to be seen with. Other things, well, you wouldn't even want to get caught dead with! Today's MyFive is a list of some of those things you'd want to think twice about buying for the sake of your reputation...
The new year has just begun and if 2008 is anything like 2007, we should expect a bunch of acquisitions in the tech world. As I heard someone say recently, acquisitions should be considered the lottery for geeks, except the odds of "winning" are much higher than the actual lottery.
Windows Vista is coming up on its one year anniversary since it officially launched, and some of you are just now getting around to determining if you should make the upgrade. Today we thought we'd share five different things you'll want to do before joining the bandwagon and making the upgrade to Vista so that in the end, you'll be satisfied with the experience you had.