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5 Awesome Samsung S10 Tips

Writen by Bryan Ware - March 15, 2019 in Phones
We've had the pleasure of testing out the Samsung S10 and S10e devices. Both are extremely fast and well designed phones that are both appealing and performing. Here are 5 tips we think you may find useful for your Samsung S10. The S10 and S10+ shares similar features. The difference between the S10 and S10+ are a larger screen and two front facing cameras.  #1 Samsung Dex Station The Samsung Dex station is a docking station for your Samsung S8, S8+, S9, S9+, S10e, S10, S10+ devices. Turn your phone into a desktop d...
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The Mathematics Involved in 3D Game Programming - Linear Algebra

Writen by Diane Ware - March 05, 2019 in Programming
This is a continuation of blogs encompassing 3D game programming information, primarily the necessary mathematics.  See these other blogs first, if you want to be more familiar with the material discussed in this blog:  The Mathematics Involved in 3D Game Programming The Mathematics Involved in 3D Game Programming - Ve...
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10 fun Google tricks you didn’t know about.

Writen by Danny Ware - February 21, 2019 in Software
1. Play a game Search “Play Pacman” , “Play tic Tac Toe”, “t rex game”, or “Atari Breakout”. Just make sure to turn the volume down on your computer if you’re at work. 2. Flip a coin If you have a huge decision to make just leave it up to Google to decide. Search “Flip a coin” to have Google make the decision for you. ...
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WebGL may be the BEST introduction to 3D programming - Part 1

Writen by Diane Ware - January 14, 2019 in Programming
If you are a reader of some of my past blog posts, you will be aware that a while back I began a series of blogs for the explanation of the mathematics involved in implementing 3-dimensional (3D) programming. I still plan on doing this. However, along the way in my search for understanding 3D programming, so as to understand more adequately the mathematics involved in 3D programming, I hit a few roadblocks.  The main roadblocks I encountered were the books or tutorials used to teach the particular...
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Is your computer running slowly? Here are some possible explanations.

Writen by Diane Ware - December 06, 2018 in Computers
A slow computer is one of the main reasons customers bring their computers to Ware Repair. This blog article will discuss the possible explanations for a slow computer. Hard Drive Failure A faulty hard disk drive, HDD, whether the plates are damaged or the other mechanical moving parts are failing can slow down boot times and slow the overall performance of the computer. As can be seen in the i...
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Top tech for Christmas 2018

Writen by Bryan Ware - November 27, 2018 in Computers
With Thanksgiving done for the year, the holiday season is spicing up – Christmas is right around the corner! Have you decided what gifts you are getting yet? Or have you told friends and family what gift you would like to receive? Here is a list of the top tech we think you may be interested in for this upcoming holiday season. Whether you’re a tech lover or shopping for someone who enjoys tech, this list may help you find the perfect gift. Smartphone More than likely you probably already have a...
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WebGL and HTML5 Canvas - both provide a good introduction to the fundamentals of game programming and 3D programming.

Writen by Diane Ware - November 08, 2018 in Programming
At the start of this blog, I want to point out that I have not relinquished my quest to provide further blogs on the mathematics involved in 3D game programming. And I will provide more blogs in the future about the mathematics involved in 3D programming.  However, in my research to learn more about 3D programming, I headed down the fork in the road toward WebGL.  WebGL is a "JavaScript application programming interface for rendering 2D and 3D graphics within any compatible web browser without the use of plug-ins", as quo...
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The Mathematics Involved in 3D Game Programming - Vector Algebra Part 2

Writen by Diane Ware - August 23, 2018 in Programming
This is the third blog in a series on the mathematics involved in 3D game programming.  Note: in the previous blog, I mentioned Paul's Online Notes, a website by Professor Paul Dawkins of Lamar University as a source for certain math images and math information, and I will again often use parts of his tutorial notes in this blog.  Vector Algebra - A Review Again, as in the previous blog, I would like to do a review of vector algebra, and do a brief r...
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