Binary Outcast Tech Central is the successor of the BinOC acquired site Mobile Central. We have decided to take the core concepts and goals for Mobile Central and expand them to all of technology and beyond.
We will still have mobile news and reviews but we are not limiting our selves to the scope of just mobile device technology. Look forward to a much broader content base including editorials, analyses, and even guides and tips!
NOTE: This was originally posted on my personal blog on October 15th of 2012. Our subject today is the apparent devolution of the user interface of the popular voice-over-IP program and protocol of Skype. We will go over the quick and dirty history of the look and feel of the program, including what we have […]
If you had not noticed yet, we love the Pale Moon project for its commitment to continue being the most customizable, stable, thoughtful, and useable browser for Windows, Linux, Android, and now Mac. (After all, you need a great web browser to visit Binary Outcast!) BinOC has contributed some specialized 3rd party builds to the […]
This week, T-Mobile announced a few updates to its service plan offers to current and new customers alike. Ranging from changes to family plan structures to new options with individual plans to repricing for tablet lines, T-Mobile is changing things up quite a bit. Additionally, T-Mobile is going to offer free unlimited LTE service for […]
One of the issues faced today by developers in this increasingly changing market is to not look like you are standing still. Many have decided to go to a rapid development style. While this can work out in very specific circumstances like cloud and web apps, this approach for traditional desktop programs has been very […]
A friend of mine has been trying to talk me into getting T-Mobile for almost two years now. I never saw the point, as with my employer discount AT&T was no more expensive, and I did not wish to deal with the hassle of switching providers. Even with the lack of contracts, I wasn’t sold. […]
Many people don’t actually understand the current state of the WinRT API. Windows Runtime, not to be confused with the ARM processor only build called Windows RT, is an application programming interface like Win32. However, it is very primitive at the moment. It is brand new and it will take a long time to mature […]
The Windows 8 series of Operating Systems is no doubt a technical and usability transition between the past of Windows NT and Win32 to what we know to be Windows Runtime and what we speculate is known as Midori. For those who may not know, Midori is/was the current form of a MS Research Project […]
When one looks for a web browser to use, there are precious few options and many target use-cases. Of course, we have the big three: Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. While those browsers are the flagship products for the three major rendering engines (Trident, WebKit, and Gecko respectively), they are not the […]