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Frustrated with iOS 6 Maps? Google has a sneaky APP for that.

Posted September 25, 2012 @ 4:00 pm CST by Tawnie

While many are frustrated with the new iOS 6 Map Application that makes the Manhattan Bridge look like this. There is a solution. While there is no official app in the iOS app store just yet, Google has provided a sneaky work around for Safari users. You can add a Google Maps “APP” to your […]

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Here’s how to get Max on Netflix

Posted July 27, 2012 @ 8:00 am CST by Alberto Lima

Earlier this week Anthony Berry told you all about the latest update to Netflix on Playstation 3 – Netflix Max. The idea was to help indecisive customers (like yours truly) find a movie or show to watch and MAXimize (yeah Netflix, we get it) their experience. After we posted Anthony’s review, we got some folks […]

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Award winning photographer, Giulio Sciorio and his PEN Mini (Olympus E-PM1)
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Award-winning photographer Giulio Sciorio talks Micro 4/3 and the future of photography

Posted May 8, 2012 @ 7:37 pm CST by Alberto Lima

Recently, The Noisecast got the chance to chat with award-winning photographer, Giulio Sciorio, about the shooting pro with a Micro 4/3’s camera, trade secrets, the future of photography and improving your own photography skills. Giulio has been working as a professional photographer for over 7 years shooting portraits, editorial spreads, and most recently music videos […]

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Codecademy: The online, easy way to learn JavaScript

Posted December 13, 2011 @ 12:07 pm CST by Chris Ness

If you have always wanted to learn programming, but never taken a course and found most online tutorials too confusing, Codecademy is a great way to start. The lessons are quick, simple, and don’t require anything other than a browser. You can sign in, or do them anonymously. Programming is one of those things that […]

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It’s a fast world, how should you keep up?

Posted October 4, 2011 @ 10:45 am CST by Chris Ness

Everyone knows that things move really fast these days. With three major social networks all hoppin’ all the time, how are you supposed to keep up with the news, aside from visiting 30+ sites multiple times a day? I don’t mean Aunt Jennie’s new baby, or whether or not that guy from high school is […]

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New scam involves office printers with email capability

Posted September 27, 2011 @ 1:45 pm CST by Chris Ness

It’s a newer feature in a lot of businesses, and it’s handy. All-in-one printers can scan and email images to you so not everyone in the office has to have their own scanner. However, a new scam centers around the idea that someone may scan an image for you to download, but instead of an […]

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Smartphone Woes: QR Attacks

Posted September 13, 2011 @ 12:19 pm CST by Chris Ness

You see them everywhere, and are pretty curious about what they are hiding. It’s like a secret code that you can instantly crack with that shiny little device in your pocket. So you scan them incessantly, hoping to get a free burger, or get a better spec report on that laptop in BestBuy. But depending […]

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Security and You

Posted September 2, 2011 @ 1:30 pm CST by Chris Ness

There’s been a lot of talk about dumb users and – even worse – dumb IT folks. It’s also getting easier for Joe Foo’ Public to grab freeware tools and get all up in your business. So what’s a typical user to do? Well, Papa Kevlar is here to tell you that all is not […]

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Learn Faster, Learn Better

Posted June 10, 2011 @ 4:11 pm CST by Agrippa

You done goofed. Something, whatever, is coming up and you have all this material that you have yet to truly understand and it’s just a little too complex for you to go off the dome. Maybe you’re a student and the stuff you’re being taught aren’t quite sticking. It’s like you know the individual words […]

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How to give gifts like a boss

Posted April 27, 2011 @ 10:00 am CST by Ben Avecilla

Fact: I give the best presents ever. People love getting things from me because it’s always awesome. When I really want to, I turn gift-giving into an art. For a friend’s recent birthday, I went balls out and hit her with a collection of stuff that was truly a sight to behold. Frankly, I was […]

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