by Joe Levi | June 5, 2015 2:55 PM
You probably don't know this about me, and forgive me if it's TMI. Back in my college days I was recovering from an illness that caused short-term memory loss. My coping mechanism was writing everything down. Since analog notes are hard to search through, I turned to the digital world to get help me find whatever information I was looking for. One of my all time favorite devices at the time was the HP Jornada - which got me through a few years in college. It was durable, quick, and helped organize my life. This little device held my schedule in its calendar app, my personal and college ...
by Joe Levi | September 3, 2014 10:46 AM
When it comes to desktop and laptop computing, 64-bit is pretty much a given, though many apps are still stuck in 32-bit limbo, running quietly alongside their 64-bit siblings. What's really nice is that you don't even notice the difference whether they're 32-bit or 64-bit, the apps just work. Now, 64-bit Androids are here - sort of. I was first in line back when 64-bit was coming to desktop computers. Jumping to 64-bit meant a new motherboard, new hardware, and most importantly, a new CPU. To take full advantage of all this new hardware, a 64-bit operating system complete with 64-bit ...
by Joe Levi | June 2, 2014 8:05 AM
32-bit versus 64-bit: What's the difference? What are the advantages to both? On this episode of Pocketnow Power User we're going to talk about which you're going to want on your next smartphone or tablet. What are bits? When we're talking 32-bit versus 64-bit we have to first talk about "bits". Computers -- even smartphones and tablets -- run on a binary system, one and zero, on and off. Simple, right? As an interesting aside, a byte is 8-bits. Half a byte is 4-bits and is called a nibble. What does 32-bit mean? In this context, a 32-bit system refers to how much "stuff" the system can ...
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