Google is taking Google Maps to another level with the release of Business Photos, a product that will let users see what the inside of a local business is like. Time for those untidy, tacky businesses to work on their interiors to ensure clients walk in. (Read More »)
There is definitely a need for someone to showcase their work online in a neat portfolio, one that is easy to access and looks professional enough. One can create an online resume or send one out as a hard copy but it isn’t as effective. I mean I can’t describe all my work in a resume and make life hell for the prospective employer to read. And with the modern tools available, it is totally pointless (read stupid) to carry the bulk of your portfolio.
Enter My.Foliotek an electronic portfolio creation tool that allows individuals to showcase themselves in ways a resume cannot.This can help them land that first job, further their professional career or help them get to the next level in the higher education process. My.Foliotek does this by giving you a central place to store files and the ability to present them in a meaningful way to viewers. It also has built in sharing that allows the user to publish their portfolio via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or a direct URL such as (yourname.foliotek.me). To put it in their own words:
Should we be expecting the new iMacs from Apple soon? The thought comes as the Apple Store has been down for quite some time now and the weird, overly used We’ll be back soon sticky note.
The store usually goes down whenever there is an important announcement or a product to surface at the Apple Store. This time around, people are anticipating the advent of the new iMac that will boast the new Sandy bridge architecture. We are all eyes waiting on this one and hope the refreshed lineup of the iMacs is out soon. Some other key features include the Thunderbolt I/O and hopefully much improved graphics.
For all the Windows users out there, iPhone developer iH8sn0w released a latest version of Sn0wbreeze 2.6 to enable jailbreak iOS 4.3.2 untethered on the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad and the iPod Touch. As mentioned earlier for the Redsn0w method, this version does not yet support jailbreak for the iPad 2.
The initial jailbreak for the iOS 4.3.2 came with the PwnageTool but it had been reported that it was limited to tethered boot alone. But the recent releases of both the Redsn0w and the Sn0wbreeze users can jailbreak their iOS devices untethered running on the iOS 4.3.2 firmware. Coming back to the jailbreak guide for the Sn0wbreeze, users will first need to download the following tools and files and then follow the steps mentioned:
The White iPhone 4 as had been predicted to release around these days; has finally surfaced for real. Customers in the European region have started revealing the device that they have purchased from stores in Italy and Belgium. Good for them, but just a question, were they waiting all this while to buy the white iPhone? What makes it a device to die for?