Monthly Archives: April 2015
At this point Google already has an assortment of options that cleverly lock your home screen, including the ‘trusted places or devices’ feature. However, Google has now added a whole new impressive security unlock/lock feature which is being called the ‘Trusted Voice’ option. What this basically entails is if you say “Ok, Google” your voice will automatically unlock your phone, but importantly, anyone else’s voice will not be able to unlock it.
Laptops are built to be portable but can still be a little cumbersome to carry around. iPhones and iPads however are more geared toward comfort and portability. The one issue with those devices is they tend to lack the storage capacity which desktops or laptops have. The clever people at Apple have come to the rescue with four different helpful features that make it easier to add higher storage capacity on recent iOS devices ranging from 64GB to 128GB, depending on the device. Now that’s a vast improvement on the measly 16GB basic model. When you consider the need to store all of your thousands of photos and videos, 128GB may still not be enough storage space for an iPad.
Remember sitting in class and coming across the three ‘Rs’: Reuse, Reduce, and Recycle. Now the same can be applied on a new level with Electronic Recycling. Electronic recycling is a process in which the functioning parts of complicated electronic devices are saved and subsequently used for other purposes; while their outdated parts are done away with and discarded. This growing phenomenon helps reduce electronic waste and helps ward off environmental issues. When electronic waste is disposed of like regular garbage is, it can have alarming effects on the environment and our well-being.