Loan Shark from FoggyNoggin Software is a very well designed and put together loan calculator. Plan out the purchase of your next car, home or figure out how long it will take you to pay off those credit card bills.
Loan Shark does all the hard work for you. Once you enter the necessary information like the down payment, loan length and interest rate information as in the case of a car purchase; it will then calculate what your monthly payment will be or calculate any one of the other components that you may not have available. Need the amortization of that house loan, Loan Shark will do that to. Listed out in a table format from start to finish you can see how much per month a loan or even a credit card is costing you to pay off.
Looking for a lender. Loan Shark will also list the nearest financial institutions in your area. Eliminating the need for the time consuming search through Yellow Pages.
If your looking for a good loan calculator stop right here and purchase this from the App Store. At the price of $4.99 it is a pretty good deal considering it could save you money on your next big purchase.
Mobility Today is the one of the best places to go if you want the most accurate information on the latest gadgets available so you can make the best choices in mobile technology. I have listened to all their podcasts and they always keep their listeners in the know with all the right information. So wouldn’t it be nice to have instant access to this on your iPhone. Well, wait no longer.
Just returned to the App Store you’ll find the updated Mobility2day Direct v1.1.0 created by JDub Studios. This app gives you instant access to the Mobility Today web site plus the last 2 years worth of podcasts.
Hosted by David Ciccone, Steve Trotto and Jerry Gold with special guests; Chris Oldroyd of Mobile Tech Addicts and Michael Manna of the T4 Show this is the Continue Reading
I don’t do news because I just don’t have that kind of time to troll through all the information and news gets old quick. But when I feel a bit of news is important to many and I know about it you will see it here such as this bit I’m posting now.
I’m sure many are already aware of HP and Dell laptops failing over the past 8 months if not longer due to faulty nVidia chips. While nVidia seems to be denying that some of their chips have an issue with heat HP has finally posted a list of affected laptops. If you own one of these follow HP’s instructions to remedy the situation.
Laptops in question are: HP Pavilion dv2000, dv6000, and dv9000 series and the Compaq Presario v3000 and v6000 series. Symptoms include no video on the laptops’ LCD, no power, no active LEDs and latops that don’t startup.
Here’s the link with all the information:
Limited Warrant Service Enhancement
Update: Just got off the phone with an HP rep. I was told that the affected models are the AMD based processors only. So if you own an Intel based Pavilion with the same model number you are still out of luck. Also, your laptop must still be under warranty. This just sucks. Also this apparently is old news but some how seems still relavent and these failures seem to be poping up more as of recent.