Category Archive: BlackBerry

Apr 22 2013

Are you having trouble choosing between Evernote and Google Keep?

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If you’re not already using one, you should really start thinking about using a note taking application or service to keep all the snippets of information, ideas or thoughts in a singular place so that you can retrieve them later. Most people have passing thoughts and have the inclination to say, that’s a great idea, …

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Mar 14 2013

Must-have Office Tech: Why Tech Devices Will Keep You Employed

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If you want to stay employed, find a new job, or improve your office morale, technology can help. Impress your employees or friends with these cool gadgets and necessary tools. Take a look at these tech toys. Related posts: Streaming TV: Charging Per Episode – Nope. "Windows 10 As A Service" Is What Everyone Remembers …

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Nov 30 2012

BlackBerry 10 Features Gives RIM a Competitive Edge

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Research in Motion, maker of the BlackBerry smartphones, may have had some tough times as of late. However, with their recent revamping of their business-centric smartphone design and operating system, they’re setting themselves up for a fresh start. With features ranging from increased compatibility to one of the most secure operating systems ever conceived, the …

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Jan 11 2012

Windows Phone 7: Continues It’s Path Of No Respect

I was speaking with a friend of mine the other day in regards to mobile devices, and he mentioned that he had a Windows smartphone [Windows phone 7 Series], me being curious I asked about what he thought about the phone itself; he said he loved it, and that he found that the phone performed …

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Nov 09 2011

Adobe Ceases Development of Mobile Version of Flash

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The good news today in technology is that Adobe Flash has ceased development for mobile devices. This is a huge announcement and achievement for technologies going forward using HTML 5. I guess one would say that Steve Jobs was the vampire slayer of Adobe Flash. Steve Jobs was the one who decided that Adobe Flash …

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