What the Tech?! Project Loon

Project Loon, n; An endeavor from Google to deliver Internet for the world through connected balloons. Project Loon, which began about four years ago and has been tested over New Zealand and California among other spots, wants to place “floating cell…

What the Tech?! Wireless Charging

Wireless charging, v; The powering up of devices like smartphones, tablets, and computers without a wired connection to a source of electricity. Also called “inductive charging,” the process transfers energy between two objects by way of an electromagnetic field. Samsung’s next…

What the Tech?! Ubuntu

  Ubuntu, n; An open source operating system for computers, tablets and now, phones. Ubuntu — which translates into “human-ness” — offers developers the opportunity to contribute to the code that builds the platform for the purpose of personal learning and…

What the Tech?! Microsoft HoloLens

Microsoft HoloLens, n; A head-mounted display that uses computer technology to broadcast holographic imagery (i.e., virtual reality) before your eyes. HoloLens is like a cross between the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset and Google Glass. The goggles are designed to bring computer magic…

Tips & Tricks: Take RSVPs Digital

Hosting an event is an organizational bear in and of itself. Once you start inviting people, the madness truly begins. And, because there’s a BIG difference in planning for 40 and for 400, the RSVP was born. While Yapp doesn’t…