Here is a a very cool introduction to 5G for your smartphones from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). FYI….my Masters degree (University of Kansas) is in “Microwave Communication Theory” soooooo, I love this stuff. For those students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), this is a VERY interesting field to go into. Here is CNET testing an early installation of … Continue reading What is 5G and What Does it Mean for You?
One thing I like about using the Google phones is that I can stay in the loop with Beta testing the latest and greatest software. History: Those who know me, know that any new software or hardware that falls into my lap, will break. It is the story of my life, but, also very handy when testing new stuff. 🙂 That said, as soon as … Continue reading Beta Testing Android Q on My Pixel 3 XL
A few years back, mobile phones had the ability to make and receive a phone call, send and receive text messages, and…..hmmm, that’s about it. And they WERE foldable!!! They were just called flip phones and they were the hottest rage back in the day. Then along came a guy named Jobs who founded a company some of you might have heard of: Apple. The … Continue reading Foldable SmartPhones: Will They Change the World?
I have always been intrigued by photography even though I never pursued it besides taking photos during vacation or taking a few thousand pictures of corn plants while getting my Masters degree in electrical engineering at the University of Kansas. Seeing the reviews of the Pixel XL camera in 2016, I knew I had to get one. I figured if the Pixel XL had a … Continue reading Pixel XL & Pixel 3 XL: The Accidental Photographer
Google has released the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Night Sight camera feature. Continue reading Pixel 3 XL Night Sight