Posted: January 1st, 2016 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Advertorial, Google, PROMO, Technoid Computer News | Tags: chrome, Chrome Extensions, Google, SPONSORED POST | Comments Off on 3 Chrome Extensions You Can’t Live Without
On its own, Google’s Chrome is a pretty neat browser, however extensions can either increase or weigh down its potential exponentially. So, exactly what are extensions – I hear you whisper? Essentially, they’re small apps that add extra – external – functionality. For Chrome, there are literally tens of thousands of available extensions, performing a huge variety of functions – everything from find shopping coupons, to extensions that make your computer run much faster. A visit to Googles Chrome Web Store Extensions page can be overwhelming, so we’re going to simplify things for you, here are 3 extensions you can’t – or shouldn’t – live without.
For newbies to the Chrome browser, consider this your extensions starter pack. If you’re a Chrome power user, you’ll no doubt be familiar most or some of these, but you might learn about some you’ve never heard of before. Once you’ve tried any one of these extensions, you won’t know how you ever lived without them. Read the full article »»»»
Posted: October 2nd, 2013 | Author: The Technoid | Filed under: PROMO | Tags: All Tablets Aren't Created Equal, Atom, AUSUS, Harley Streten, Intel, Mobile Processor, VivoTab, YouTube, Youtube Video | Comments Off on SPONSORED VIDEO! Intelligent Sounds
All tablets aren’t created equal, to prove this point Intel has teamed up with Flume – a musical project by übertalented Sydney artist Harley Streten – showcasing the potential of Intel powered Tablets.
The collaboration created a mesmerising film, a tincan band conducted by the most relaxed robot in the galaxy, performing a tune penned by Flume.
Intelligent Sounds, the film, brings to life Intel’s Fourth Generation of mobile processors.
We watched the film on an ASUS Windows 8 Tablet – powered of course by Intel – the vibrant, responsive graphics were definitely eye popping, a cinema in the palm, seriously good stuff :: Read the full article »»»»