Better Than a Touchscreen?

When the touchscreen came out, it was thought to be something of an amazing feat.  Now, something even better has come around.  Something that will give you the freedom of touchscreen navigation, but remove the need to get a new computer with a touchscreen.

5 Tips to Improving Your Computer’s Performance

According to Computers and Education, an international research journal, students spend an average of over 36 hours per week on a computer. Your computer usage in time is nearly equivalent to a full-time job! And depending on your career choice, your full-time job upon graduation may still continue and exceed this statistic.

Next year’s laptops — HP, Windows 7, and Office 2010

Unless something unexpected happens between now and the end of the semester, here are the specifications for the new notebooks that will be used starting fall of 2011: HP Probook 6455b Notebook PC with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 Graphic Processor – AMD Phenom™ II Dual-Core Mobile Processor N620 (2.8 GHz, 2 MB L2 Cache) [more…]