Inter-Tech Overload


Add and Set Ringtones on your Android Smartphone

Add and Set Ringtones on your Android Smartphone

If you have recently purchased an Android smartphone, you may be wondering how you can add additional ringtones, alarms and notification sounds to the phone. To clarify the three types of tones that can be added: ringtones are used for incoming phone calls, alarms are used by the alarm clock application, and notification sounds are […]


Choosing a Good Computer Configuration for your Business

Choosing a Good Computer Configuration for your Business

No matter what kind of business you’re in, you will most probably need to buy a computer to run it. Choosing a computer for your business is a bit different than choosing a home PC. Although computer prices are continuing to fall, ¡t is still important to strike the proper balance between low cost and […]


Picking an eBook Reader

Picking an eBook Reader

Dedicated ebook readers are hot sellers these days; prices are dropping and ebook files are readily available, so more consumers are taking advantage of dedicated readers. People like ebooks because they don’t require storage space, are instantly available when people make the purchase, and are easy to take out in public with an ebook reader […]




The benefits of a hosted shopping cart service

Written by Secure Net Shop There are plenty of options when it comes to setting up shopping cart services for a website. There is the self-hosted option, where the shopping cart is installed on the same server as the website. Then there is the hosted option, where the cart is set up and maintained on […]


Basic requirements for server room

Written by Rack Alley Setting up a server requires proper planning and design. The most important factor to consider is redundancy. The server room infrastructure design should include redundancy at every level in order to avoid a single point of failure. When setting up a server room, here are the most basic requirements: Racks – […]


How Tech is Accelerating the Background Check

Employment screening is a routine part of the hiring process, but it also demanded a lot of time for employers. Background checks can be costly, and one used to have to wait for the results for days or even weeks. Today, technology has accelerated this process exponentially and here are just a few of the […]


Just How Safe are Digital Wallets? We Find Out

Digital wallets show a lot of promise, but there are still some small concerns that prevent the public from fully embracing this new technology. Some of these concerns are overhyped by the media, but many come down to a lack of understanding. In this article, we’ll look at some of the common questions regarding consumer […]


Medical Device Coatings Are Advancing At a Rapid Pace

Improved patient outcomes are being tied to advanced medical device coatings. When it comes to medical device coatings, today’s technological advancements have allowed for improvements in therapeutic treatment. The coating materials formulas that are available for use makes it possible to deliver a wide array of therapeutic drugs and agents to elicit a range of […]




Twitter kills notifications from threads of people you blocked

Twitter is ramping up its anti-abuse measures lately. After making abusive accounts invisible to anyone who don't follow them, the microblogging website has announced that you'll no longer be notified of replies to conversations started by people you… More here: Twitter kills notifications from threads of people you blocked  Read More →


Photographer captures nature through surveillance webcams

Nature photography usually involves a lot of being outside and walking. That's fine for some, but photographer Marcus DeSieno captures our world's natural majesty from his computer, via online traffic and weather camera feeds. Original post:  Photographer captures nature through surveillance webcams  Read More →


Alphabet won’t need all those internet balloons after all

Since it launched nearly four years ago, Alphabet's Project Loon experiment has shifted from an unlikely moonshot to an idea that might actually work. As Alphabet's experimental X division chief and “Captain of Moonshots” Astro Teller wrote today, th… Excerpt from:  Alphabet won’t need all those internet balloons after all  Read More →


‘Monopoly’ is killing the thimble and it’s all your fault

Monopoly's venerable thimble is not passing Go and it won't collect $200. The sewing accessory has been part of the board game since 1935, but voters decided to ditch it during a recent contest for a more modern replacement. Read the original: ‘Monopoly’ is killing the thimble and it’s all your fault  Read More →


Google brings Foursquare-like favorite lists to Maps

You can now create Spotify-like “playlists” of your favorite local spots on Google Maps that your friends can share and follow. The feature, which Google recently rolled out to Local Guide users, lets you create “Favorites,” “Starred Places,” “Want t… Go here to see the original: Google brings Foursquare-like favorite lists to Maps  Read More →