iknowelectronics

Blog URL: http://iknowelectronics.blogspot.com

I love technology and want to help everyone be able to enjoy the benefits of what today's technology can do for your life by making it simple and understandable.

Located: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Tags: technology, electronics, advice, resource, help, mp3, camera, tv

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Internet Speed on Mar 26, 2009 in InternetWith so many different services available for internet it is hard to know if you're getting the best speed for your dollar. In some cases your computer itself can be a cause to the internet running slow, so it's best to test your speed. Use speedtes...



So whats next? on Feb 26, 2009 in inputAs we expand the website by adding more terminology, and updating changes in today's technology, we wonder to ourselves "what else does the world need to know?" And while we can sit around guessing all day we decided it would be best to as



Memory Card Guide on Feb 15, 2009 in memory cardsEver wonder how much memory your phone could hold, or what type of memory card it uses? Use our simple guide to select your phone and find your memory card. The reason for using a memory card in your phone is that you have the ability to store music...



Question Form on Feb 15, 2009 in Electronic QuestionsWe apologize to those of you who have experienced problems using the question form in the past. We have made some adjustments and corrected the problem and so now it is fully functional. If you submitted a question and never received a response you...



Computer running slow? There are ways to speed it up. on Feb 14, 2009 in anti-virus, hard drives, ramIf your computer is running slow there are a few possible causes. One problem may be that you have filled up too much of your hard drive (you have too much stored on your computer). To check if this is the problem and you are using a Windows comput...



Ingenuity on Feb 11, 2009 in mp3 dockIf you want a quick and easy way to listen to music on your Mp3 player without using headphones the best thing to do is plug them in to your computer speakers. Most computer speakers use a 3.5mm audio jack that is the same size as headphone jacks.