Ware Repair Blog
Computers, Phones, and Technology
Seems like 2017 went by too quickly. Maybe because of all the new technology coming at us, time just rushed by. Maybe because of Moores Law - you know, the law that says technology exceeds itself every three months - we were so preoccupied with all the new tech advancements and gadgets, we didn't notice time slipping on by. Whatever the reason, in case you missed it, here is a run-down, per month, of some of the biggest tech news events in 2017.Read more
The FCC repeal of net neutrality rules - what it potentially means for you.
First of all, to summarize quickly, net neutrality basically comes down to a dispute between Internet infrastructure and high-level Internet content providers. In other words, a dispute between Internet infrastructure major players, such as Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon, and high-level Internet content providers, such as Google, Youtube, Facebook, and Netflix. Internet infrastructure encompasses the broadband cables and other devices, like routers, servers, switches, etc., which move digital ones and zeros, the basis of...Read more
10 technology gore pictures.
As many repairs shops are quite familiar with, you see a lot of devices that come in mangled and destroyed. Here are some examples of these devices from around the world. 1. Here is why you shouldn't plug a space heater into a power strip. 2. I don't even understand how this computer could have accumulated this much debris.Read more
A brief history of computer repair
As most people are probably aware, personal computers, PCs, didn't really become a prominent fixture in American life until the late 1980s to early 1990s. And then, once the Internet became more popular about the same time (and especially toward the end of the 1990s and early 2000s), things really began to pick up. And with the popularity of personal computers, as well as more wide-spread use of computers in businesses came the need for computer repair technicians and computer repair shops.Read more
Fanuc, the robotics company behind the metal casings for iPhones, is accelerating the fear of lost jobs due to robots
Whether or not jobs will be lost due to the greatly increasing trend of manufacturers, and retailers, to use more and more robotic systems to perform assembly and other production duties remains to be seen for certain. In my opinion, the less jobs available, the less people have the finances to purchase robotic-manufactured products and goods, and so the less money and product demand these companies will experience. They will lose sales. They will lose profits. So this thereby defeats the main purpose they impl...Read more
How SRAM Memory Works
Introduction SRAM memory - ever hear of it before? Well, if you haven't (or even if you have!), and you're curious about the workings of a high-speed, efficient memory usually found right within or near the CPU (central processing unit) of a computer or cell phone, then read on. Computers, and other microcontrollers such as those found in cell phones and microwave ovens, use various kinds of memory to process data and store data t...Read more
Microsoft's new Surface Studio has some really cool 3D-enabled drawing capabilities
Microsoft just recently announced information on their new Surface Studio (watch a demonstration here) - and just look at these specs! - 28 inch PixelSense Display - i5/i7 Intel Core Processor - Up to 4GB NVIDIA GeForce GPU - Up to 32 GB RAM, with 8GB and 16GB options too - Rapid Hybrid Drive options: 1TB or 2TB - Microsoft's new Surface Dial accessor...Read more