Mike Hellers and his friend Chris Pinnock put this video together to show you the actual differences in speed amongst the different iterations of the iPhone. They included a 2G model, a 3G, a 3GS and the iPhone 4 – side by side. The differences from the 3GS to the 4 are not as large of a gap as you might think they are. However, when compared with the 2G, the iPhone 4 is blazing fast.
Surprisingly, there were a few small areas where the phones were fairly equal. For instance, they all opened Google Earth at nearly the exact same time. However, when loading up Safari, the iPhone 4 blew its predecessors away.
How does your latest cell phone stack up against older models? Is there truly much of a difference?
It’s the middle of the school year, and many of you are busy writing papers for various classes. Let’s say you have two documents, and you need to compare the text in them against each other. Heck, let’s say you need to add yet another document into the mix! That could get to be a pain. You can just use Compare My Docs. Choose your documents and let the website point out comparisons for you! Why should you have to do all of the hard work? Editing is tedious and takes up far too much time for all of us.
Once you’ve uploaded your documents, you’ll be presented with different versions of the same document, side-by-side, right in your browser. You can compare and edit your pages to your heart’s content. The site will suggest changes for you, and give you options as to what you want to do. You can tell the browser to ignore suggested changes, replace words or lines and even rearrange a sentence to make it flow better.
This is meant for the same document, such as different revisions of something that you’re working on. You can compare, recombine, and merge your document revisions with ease. This is going to make work and school SO much easier, y’all. You never have to switch between pages in a browser or your text editor again. You can create, edit, compare and finalize your papers quickly without all of the headaches associated previously.
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