Showing posts from January, 2017

Possibly Future Hologram Smartphone Concept

Your future smartphone could be entirely voice activated, displaying your text messages and other info with holograms. At least, that's the idea behind   Alo , a new smartphone concept that imagines a touchscreen-less smartphone. Alo- Created by French designer Jerome Olivet, ditches the typical smartphone display and instead  the voice activated phone will project holograms from its camera to show you messages, or let you watch videos. The core of the device is molded aluminum alloy, the outer shell is a "gelatinous, supple and natural envelope that perfectly fits in your hand.". Alo will come with an AI assistant that will respond to users voice commands and learn each users speach patterns. Need a smartphone to hold you off until the holographic market takes off? Rent a smartphone today! FULL STORY

Top 10 Free Software Alternatives

No one likes spending all that money on those high end software's like Microsoft Office, Photoshop and Sony Vegas Pro, unless you have a company buying the licenses for you. Here are some of the best more affordable apps that will help you get the work done. GIMP (Free, for Windows, macOS, and Linux) Libre Office (Free, for Windows, macOS, and Linux) Inkscape (Free, for Windows, macOS, and Linux) Blender (Free, for Windows, macOS, and Linux) Avira (Free, for Windows) and Sophos (Free, for macOS) LMMS/Linux MultiMedia Studio (Free, for Windows, macOS, and Linux) VirtualBox (Free, for Windows, macOS, and Linux) DaVinci Resolve (Free, for Windows, and macOS) Linux (FREE OS) Google Drive (Free, web based) Need a computer to run any of these programs? Purchase a computer through Computer Service Now and they can  pre-load any software/programs you want on your new computer . FULL STORY

New Windows 10 "Game Mode"

PC gamers are by far the most die hard of gamers, yet most deny Windows 10 for a supposed drop in performance compared to Windows 7. However now Microsoft is promising to optimize gameplay with a new "Game Mode" in its new update. Its extremely vauge on details but on a post by the Xbox team, Game Mode will optimize your Windows 10 PC for increased performance in gaming, and thats basically it. Want to test out Game Mode when it comes out but dont have a PC? Rent one today. FULL STORY

New Opera Made Web Browser Called Neon

Does your Rented Computer need a  makeover? Well Opera released a new web browser  today called Neon that’s meant to try out a bunch of untested design ideas. Neon isn’t close to being ready to replace your main web browser it’s being called a “concept browser” — but it does have some neat ideas that are fun to try out and, in some cases, you can imagine becoming part of a major browser one day. Neon's homepage looks far different than any other browser's. Although it still has shortcuts to bookmarks and top websites, they are displayed as floating bubbles that are on top of your desktop wallpaper. There is no obvious search engine bar either; there is just a line above all of the floating balls asking you to type something in. At the point the browser is at now it is too slow and odd to actually become a main browser for most people, but Opera isn't exactly shooting for that. Its real goal is to experiment with new ideas and test new never before seen features.  One of th