Here’s what happened on Noobie this week…
Graphic design software is a must for anyone who wants to be a designer today. Unfortunately, the go-to applications in this industry can take a bite out of a starving artist’s budget. Thanks to the Internet and communities of open-source programmers, now anyone can afford to make graphic design examples because of free graphic design software. Noobie lists nine you can start designing with today… Click to read more
The iPhone X specs is a long way beyond the existing features of Apple’s flagship smartphone. Introduced side by side with the iPhone 8 and 8 plus, the new gadget offers features that previously could only be found in science fiction movies. The tech giant recently unveiled the three new phone designs at the grand opening of the Steve Jobs Theater, shocking the world with its new offering. Wired also shared the same awe… Click to read more
Looking for funny things to ask Siri? This wisecracking “intelligent assistant” is full of secret conversations that will get a rise out of both of you. Next time you need a quick pick-me-up, try asking Siri one of these questions, from personal, flirty, geeky, life, or just plain silly, try out some of the questions below and see what this bot has got in store… Click to read more
Since the advent of the computer, instructors have had to become very specific with assignments. In college, if you’re writing a paper, often you’ll be given specific guidelines, such as 1.25” margins, 12 point Times New Roman font, double-spaced, paragraph format. That means you need to learn how to change margins, change font size, and overall format your document so that regardless of specification, you can rise to the occasion… Click to read more
You may not need to have the same home automation system of Bill Gates, but it’s important to understand the basics. This blog post will explore one of the most common trends in technology called smart home automation. Find out how it benefits you, what you need, and how things work… Click to read more
What have you learned about using technology to your advantage this week? Let us know in the comments below.