A year ago when I bought my laptop, I was debating on paying what I planned on paying with my tax return, or pay a little more for a laptop with a quad-core processor. At the time, a quad-core was a fancy gimmick, something that only intensive PCs needed, like AutoCAD machines and weather simulators. I run a couple web developers, a slew of games, and the internet’s dark alleys when my boss isn’t looking. I didn’t necessarily need a quad-core but I had a strong inkling that it would soon become the norm within a few years. And, like always, technology expands exponentially, and faster than I always expect.
This Year’s Mobile World Congress Expo, [i]the[/i] premier technology exposition that focuses on mobile phones,… Continue reading