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Over 100 Million iPhone users in US

America prefers iPhone More than 100 million smartphone users in United States have elected to us an iPhone and almost 60% of those users are on an iPhone 6 or newer iPhone (this also means about 40% are using something older than an iPhone 6... cringe-worthy). The iPhone 4 is still practical to use today if you've run out of door stoppers or low powered flash lights but it's anyone's world. We did some articles earlier this year about the launch of the iPhone ... Read more

Cracked screen repair

Cracked Screen Repair in Schaumburg Whether its an iPhone screen or a Samsung screen, cracked screen repair has become the most common service that we perform. Above you'll see a video breakdown of a traditional iPhone 6 screen disassembly. Most iPhones are pretty easy to repair and the parts needed to repair them are affordable but quality can vary. When you work with Zombie Techs you don't have to worry about the quality of the parts because we find the best vendors overseas and ... Read more

Apple is NOT going to do an Apple version of “Surface book”

To hell with surface books! Says Apple CEO Tim Cook in so many words. Based on an article found on, Apple is not going to make a Surface Book competitor with it's yet to be seen 12.9" iPad Pro. Tim says the reason being is because they would have to make too many compromises in their designs: "...So we want to make the best tablet in the world and the best Mac in the world. And putting those two together would not ... Read more

Best Buy is the future?

The Future of Tech Shopping If you're a geeks like us when it comes to shopping for technology and you can choose what you want online based on knowing the specs of what you're looking for- you need not read any further. In our world we are the tech 1% that knows what full-duplex and half-duplex mean. We know the difference between 802.11g, 802.11n, and 802.11a. What can be said for our friends who actually have social lives and aren't as invested ... Read more

iPhone 7 Rumors

What is the iPhone 7 going to look like? The iPhone 6 and 6S were a massive success and historic for Apple as a company but in terms of that magical "ooh ahh" reaction you might get from seeing a new phone, the iPhone 6S is considered a major let down. The best features of the iPhones 6S is are the extremely laptop processor and the amazing camera with HDR technology. So how does Apple raise the bar for their next iPhone? Synaptics ... Read more

Want to see how Facebook stores your data?

Facebook Data Centers *make sure to check the Microsoft Video at the bottom. After I finished the Facebook part I realized the Microsoft video was much more interesting*Last week I did an article about Google Data centers but Facebook, being the 2nd most popular website in the world, deserves a look as well. Check it out:Facebook stores their information with pedabites. This is a really old video but it does demonstrate the scale of what was happening back then. You can imagine how much ... Read more

Apple’s 3D Force Touch Tables

Apple is sweating or just showing off? Look at what Apple is up to this week! normally wouldn't go to such lengths to demonstrate a center feature of their product but the fact that they've planted down in San Francisco and  New York has me wondering if their not just showing off in the capital business cities of America. 3D Force touch is a feature native to the new iPhone 6S which allows you to take advantage of the "pressing your finger ... Read more

Porsche chooses Apple Car Play instead of Android

Porsche and Apple Play come together this year There's no technological reason the 991/2 doesn't have Android Auto playing through its massively upgraded PCM system. But there is an ethical one. As part of the agreement an automaker would have to enter with Google, certain pieces of data must be collected and mailed back to Mountain View, California. Stuff like vehicle speed, throttle position, coolant and oil temp, engine revs—basically Google wants a complete OBD2 dump whenever someone activates Android Auto. Not ... Read more

Light-Based storage technology will leave our technology behind

Light-Based Storage technology is the futureWe found an article on discussing light-based storage technology and based on what we've seen so far, it looks pretty clear that this technology will overtake flash media and the archaic mechanical disks we've been using for years. They say the chips are light-based circuits and can permanently store data. Existing technologies are limited by heat and and the resistance of molecular collisions. Light-based circuits are immune to those stated problems. Light based circuits are currently ... Read more

Chicagoans are excited for Google Fiber

Google Fiber is coming to Chicago Marked by Google as  7th out of 10 major cities to get Google Fiber over the next 2-3 years, Chicagoans and suburbanites alike are ready to drop Comcast and move onto better things. The promise seems real with Google Fiber. Google Fiber is already deployed in select cities around the United States and the reviews are off the wall. The cities using Google Fiber are enjoying speeds up to 25x faster than what Comcast or AT&T ... Read more
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