As part of Troop One X+, I've been asked to share my 3 favorite pictures from my HTC One X+ these past couple of weeks. I would like to show you more than that, a glimpse into my life where I can usually be found at home with the loves of my life (my hubs: Jeff, my sons: Cole & Dean), coffee, chocolate, and my computer. I'm a homebody and proud of it. :-) I had a lot of fun playing with the HTC One X+ and highly recommend it and other HTC phones. Remember: HTC provided me with . . .
We're headed to Disney World again! This time, I used my 30th as an excuse to plan a trip to WDW in March. The excitement, scraping & saving, and researching has done a great job of distracting me and getting me through our loss of our 8 year old dog, Truffle. I'm finally starting to feel more normal and looking forward to the rest of 2013. The planning of this trip is definitely different from our last one. First off, we LOVE Bridget at Pixie Vacations and she helped a lot at the . . .
I'm the first one to admit I'm a huge dork. Come on now, Techmomogy? But I like to think it's not readily obvious when you look at me. It's all over when I open my mouth, but I tend to dress like any WAHM/SAHM. Yoga pants, t-shirts or tank tops, sweat shirts. As a tech mom though, I carry around a lot of gadgets. At the very least, I need to have my phone. You may know I'm currently reviewing the new HTC One X+ (it's awesome!) as part of Troop One X+. So here I am with 2 phones I can't . . .
To bring users a happy Halloween, software developer Digiarty has launched a big Halloween Giveaway sending free HD video converter to all. If you love watching videos on your iPad iPhone and other mobile device, don’t miss this awesome HD video converter which can easily convert any high definition video and regular video to popular formats like AVI, MPEG, MP4, MOV, FLV, etc to work with different mobile device. You can convert video you like to the right format and transfer it to your . . .
Let me start this review with a story. Actually 2 stories. In 2006, I was in my final semester of college preparing for my thesis presentation in a week. I was enrolled in a 5 year program for Architectural Engineering and was seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, the beginning to my career as a Structural Engineer. What did I not foresee happening? My hard drive crashing on my laptop and the majority of my thesis research (almost a year's worth) disappearing overnight...not to . . .