Skyrim on PS3: Took an arrow to the knee
For the past few of months, there have been widespread reports of horrendous lag and framerate drops with the PS3 version of Skyrim. After about 60 hours and a save file over 6 megabytes in size, the game degenerates into an almost unplayable state. The game runs infinitely better on PC and Xbox 360. Or so the story goes…
Happy New Year! From all of us at Techerator, we wish you a happy new year full of the scent of freshly unwrapped gadgets, the gentle hum of CPU fans, and that little unlocking sound iPads make when you open their cover. I would like to extend my sincere personal thanks to all who contributed […]
Windows Phone 7 Alert: HTC Connection Settings app is bad for your phone
If your Windows Phone has “HTC Connection Settings” installed on it, remove it immediately. If you come across this app in the Marketplace, do not download it. It’s a pointless app that serves no real purpose, anyway, so I doubt anyone would miss it. I know I don’t.
SharePoint 2007: Troubleshooting ‘Unexpected Error’ while editing web parts
One of the great things about SharePoint is the ability for non-technical users to update page content without the assistance of a development team. On the other hand, one of the terrible things about SharePoint is the ability for non-technical users to update page content without the assistance of a development team.
Posting to Tumblr from the Linux Desktop with OpenTumblr Client
If you’re looking to publish online, but want a platform that’s somewhere between Twitter and a fully-fledged blog, then you might want to check out Tumblr. With Tumblr, you post tumblelogs, short posts that can be text, video, or audio. The great thing about a tumblelog is that it’s simple to set up and use. […]
Write Blog Posts From Inside Your Browser with ScribeFire
That seems kind of obvious, doesn’t it? Blogging from insider your browser, I mean. That’s how most people do it — go to whatever blogging site they use, log in, and start typing. But that’s not necessarily the best way. And it’s not the most convenient, either, especially if you have more than one blog. […]
Support Techerator with Google’s +1
Google recently rolled out their +1 button for websites, which is their answer to Facebook’s near-ubiquitous Like button you see pretty much everywhere nowadays. By clicking the +1 button on websites you enjoy, you give them a “vote” in Google’s search engine listings. Due of the sheer popularity of Facebook and the Like button, sites […]
We’ve found a new home!
Over the weekend, we undertook a major site migration to a completely new web server. I’ll go into details on why we moved in a later post, but in short, we were having technical difficulties with our previous hosting provider and our site performance was suffering. That wasn’t acceptable, so we moved! Besides changing physical […]
Welcome to Techerator v3
You might have noticed that things look a little different around here today, and you’re right – I got a haircut. But besides that, we’ve launched a completely new version of the site, Techerator v3! Faster, Cleaner, Better Techerator v2 was all about adding features, so the goal of Techerator v3 was to take those […]