Aaron Trammell

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11-inch MacBook Air review: living with Apple's smallest laptop

<i>Note: be sure to read our 13-inch MacBook Air review for lots more on Apple's latest laptops.</i><p>When my parents bought me my first laptop, I fought tooth and nail to spend the extra money and get a bigger model. The 15-inch Dell Inspiron E1505 I cajoled them into purchasing was backpack-fillingly …

NNG intros NavFusion, says it's bringing 'true smartphone integration' to cars

Smartphone integration in cars isn't exactly a novel affair in this day and age, even if it hasn't reached its full potential yet. NNG (formerly Nav N Go), for one, seems to think it could help improve this type of implementation, which is why it's introducing NavFusion. With the newly announced …

TouchWiz vs stock Android: five reasons why Samsung does it better

TouchWiz does a lot of things better than stock Android. Sure, some don’t like the bloatware that comes with it, but it’s an easy trade-off for the value that Samsung’s offering adds to your smartphone. Stock Android is nice, but it feels like a bare bones Android skin. The camera features aren’t …

New Chrome experiment 'Roll It' is out!

If you thought that Chrome maze experiment a few weeks ago was fun, wait until you try Roll It!<p>One of the hidden gems at I/O this year, Roll It was another Chrome experiment, geared at bridging the gap between mobile and desktop. It’s pretty simple to use, too; just open up the game on your device …

FreeNAS 8 Guide, Part 3: Share Drives

ParkMe's Android app officially launched, does everything but the maneuver

Finding a spot to stash your whip, especially in unfamiliar territory, can be a chore, so you might want to employ ParkMe to do the finding for you. The service -- which has been available on iOS and via the web for a while -- has now officially debuted its Android app after a few months of …

Google Now vs. Siri: Virtual assistants duke it out (video)

Good assistants -- the kind you can't live without -- are hard to come by. For starters, they should always be on time; any lag simply won't do. They should also get things right the first time, because who has time for inaccuracies? And, last of all, the assistant should be so good, they're always …

Going From Exclusively Shooting RAW to Adding JPEGs to the Mix

I have been shooting photographs regularly for over 7 years now. I spent the first year shooting with a 2-megapixel phone camera. Since then, …

How to Fix a Leaky Faucet

Don't ignore that leaking faucet in your kitchen or bathroom. All those wasted drops of water add up, and the solution can be simple for even an occasional DIYer.<p>Whether it's the cause of water pooling under your sink, or the annoying dripping sound that keeps you up at night, a leaky faucet is a …

Home Improvement

Get Comfortable: It's Coffee and Photography Links Time!

The world of photography has been very busy with some really terrific photographs and content being posted and shared in all corners of the internet. …

SideSync tool helps Samsung's Galaxy phones and PCs play nice together

Last month, Samsung announced SideSync, a tool that enables deeper cross-integration between the company's Galaxy smartphones and PCs. The initial unveiling was light on details, but a new YouTube video gives us a better idea of what's in store for users. If you can get past the extremely stilted …

Google Earth enters fourth dimension, highlights humanity’s heavy hand

Satellite imagery lets you follow terrain changes over time.<p>Roughly four years ago, Google engineers started working with the US Geological Survey to …