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Iphone 5, Better, Boring, Worse

Several Charleston Computer repair and support clients are asking us about the iPhone5.
Currently only the big 3, Verizon, Sprint and AT&T are on-board.  Virgin, Cricket, and T-Mobile are jockying working on or getting ready to offer iPhone5 plans that are reported to save consumers obscene amounts of money provided they purchase the iPhone5 at full […]

September 13th, 2012|Apple iPhone, iPod, iPad, Business Productivity, Hardware, Mac, Misc|

Apple iPAD vs Droid Galaxy vs. Droid Asus Transformer Infinity TF700 for office work.


I don’t recommend tablets for office work.  However, I have enough Charleston clients asking me for tablet advice because they want a hybrid solution to allow them to get at least “some” office work done on their tablet PC.

My opinion is you can’t get allot of real office work done on a tablet without making […]

Emergency First Aid smartphone app by the American Red Cross for both Android and Apple

Preloaded content means you have instant access to all safety information at anytime, even without reception or an Internet connection.

July 3rd, 2012|Android, Apple iPhone, iPod, iPad, LifeStyle/Health, Mac, Software|

What is iCloud?

Eric Oser of W&E Strategic Solutions in Charleston regularly uses Delson Computer for web advise and consulting.  In a recent meeting, one of Eric’s questions was what is iCloud?
We explained to Eric to think of iCloud as an internet based filing cabinet, on steroids:

Celluon Magic Cube Projection Keyboard – This bad boy will turn heads.

The Magic Cube by Celluon is a mobile projection keyboard that runs $170 as of this writing.  Reviews are mixed on this product.  Some don’t feel it’s there yet stating it’s only appropriate for hunt and peck style typing but others are raving about it.

The Magic cube is small, portable and weighs about a pound.

It’s […]

Your Iphone is tracking your every movement …

Privacy fears increase as researchers reveal your iPhone stores long-term location coordinates and timestamps.  According to the article “Apple has made it possible for almost anybody, a jealous spouse, a private detective, with access to your phone or computer to get detailed information about where you’ve been,” said Pete Warden, one of the researchers.  The […]

April 21st, 2011|Apple iPhone, iPod, iPad, Hardware, Mac, Security|

Augmented Reality ….

Word Lens for Iphone, Ipad, Ipod Touch, etc.
I downloaded Word Lens the other week to show one of my Charleston clients who owns an import/export business.

My likes:  Word Lens augments reality in real-time; it provides Spanish to English and vice-versa for $4.99.  Useful for quick translations like menus, signs, and provides the gist of what a small […]

SmartPhone Users – Stop unwittingly giving away personal information …

If you own an Android, iPhone, or other smartphone, you may be unwittingly giving away the location to where your favorite hangout spots are, where your kids play, even your home address.  If you have a GPS enabled smartphone to take your pictures and upload them to Twitter or Facebook, your photos can be geotagged […]

March 19th, 2011|Android, Apple iPhone, iPod, iPad, Hardware, Misc, Security|

AT&T Unadvertised Loophole That Allows Unlimited iPhone Data Usage

In an attempt to compete with Verizon’s unlimited data usage plan, AT&T is now allowing subscribers that had an unlimited data plan in the past to switch back provided they had an iPhone before June, when the limited plan took effect.
As of this writing, the unlimited plan costs $30/month.  There are two limited plans, one […]

March 19th, 2011|Apple iPhone, iPod, iPad, Mac, Misc|

Google Tip – What time is it?

Having customers and relatives abroad, I find this Google feature most helpful.  In Google’s search box, type:

“what time is it”  – local time
“what time is it in Seoul” – local Seoul Korea time
“what time is it in Russia” – provides all time zones across Russian Federation.

Try it out: