Graphics Unleashed Blog Excerpts

Below are excepts of each of the most recent posts that have appeared in the Graphics Unleashed Blog. You can read and interact with the full post by clicking on the post title. View all of the posts in the blog using the link above.

  • Tech News Digest for November 17, 2017

    It has been an interesting week for me as I’ve met quite a few members of race teams involved in the Baja 1000. By the time you read this, the winner will have crossed the finish line. I’ve just loved getting to see some of the race vehicles up close in the neighborhood. Meanwhile, a […]

  • Tech News Digest for November 10, 2017

    I got to experience some cool technology this week that allows someone to walk into the Tijuana, Mexico airport directly from the US (just South of San Diego). It was a very smooth process. Amazon wants to know if you’ll trust them to leave packages inside your house? Web sites now use your […]

  • Tech News Digest for November 3, 2017

    The iPhone X is available or maybe not. Of course it’s been hacked along with a Google database. Was it the Russians again? They are in all your social media and there may be no way to stop it. Throw in candy, burgers and Cinnabun and there is a lot of interesting news this week. … The […]

  • Corel Black Friday Sales for 2017

    As the calendar has turned to November, the deals are starting for Black Friday, Cyber Monday and other holiday sales. Below are four of the products that Corel is featuring. The information they provided said that these sales end on November 8, 2017. I think that is a typo, but that’s what […]

  • Power Banks to Keep Devices Juiced Up on the Go

    How often do you find yourself on the go and your phone or tablet is running out of juice? If so, you need some sort of portable power bank to give your devices a charge. I’m going to list three capacities of power banks. The more battery capacity, the larger and more expensive the device. […]

  • Tech News Digest for October 27, 2017

    Sometimes technology can bite back and that happened to us this week. We moved the Graphics Unleashed blog to a new Web server and all went well. The last step of the process is to move the name, graphics-unleashed.com, from the old server to the new one. Something went horribly wrong and it took […]

  • Tech News Digest for October 20, 2017

    I always do my best to deliver some out of this world tech news each week. This week, we have news about Mars so I guess I’ve delivered. A huge KRACK in Wi-Fi security was announced. Take it seriously and make sure to do what is needed to keep your network safe. The next iteration … […]

  • Selecting the Parts for Building a Computer

    A good friend is coming to visit soon and he is bringing his two teenage sons. The youngest has expressed an interest in building his own computer so we’re going to spend some time discussing the process. Since I was originally going to be preparing some notes for us to discuss, I thought […]

  • Hot Metal Collection of Seamless Textures

    Last month I said we’d been hard at work on more seamless textures. We’ve just released our fourth collection of 144 seamless metal textures. If you aren’t aware, you can use them in almost every graphics software package on projects from business cards to vehicle wraps and […]

  • Tech News Digest for October 13, 2017

    It seems like every week is full of news on the latest and greatest phones as well as what may be coming in the future. This week is no different. Fake news made it onto Google thanks to a bot error. Facebook has a new tool to fight fake news. All that and a lot … The post Tech News Digest […]

  • Robert Langdon Returns in Dan Brown’s Origin

    One of the most popular books is recent history is The Da Vinci Code. It was actually the second in a series featured the character of Robert Langdon. Now the fifth title is the series is available. Yes, the links I’ve provided will earn me a very small commission. No, I didn’t get a […]

  • Tech News Digest for October 6, 2017

    The huge news this week wasn’t in tech. After numerous natural disasters recently, there was one that was entirely man-made. Google released a new line of products and Samsung is hinting at something that looks amazing in the not too distant future. Yes, hacks and infections are still […]

  • Introducing Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018 & Premiere Elements 2018

    There are certainly a lot of users of graphics software who have no desire to rent their software. They want to pay once and use it for as long as they choose. Adobe has released the latest versions of their “Elements” line and I’ve got the details from Adobe below. I’ve […]

  • Kingston Digital MobileLite G4 USB 3.0 Multi-Function Card Reader

    These days we all tend to have quite a few devices that gather and save data. Many of the smaller electronic devices save to either a flavor of SD card or microSD card. I’ve found an inexpensive solution for both types of cards and I’ve provided links for it in this post. I get a […]

  • Third Megacollection of Seamless Textures Released

    We now offer thirty different collections of seamless textures in both lite and pro collections. Now a third megacollection of seamless textures is available that contains all textures from Textures Unleashed Lite Volumes 21-30. In total, there are 1440 textures in the latest megacollection. Each […]

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