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Apr 13 2009

Internet Explorer 8: A Choice, not THE Choice.

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Microsoft established it’s self as the conqueror years ago, but it wasn’t because Internet Explorer was better; it’s because it was free. AND Microsoft was pushing the updates out thru the automatic updates. Microsoft established themselves in the market as the dominate browser then once they had it they sat back and didn’t do anything. …

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Apr 13 2009

The DIGGBAR Affect: It’s all about the DIGG Traffic…

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If you don’t know what DIGG is, your probably living under a rock or  some where that doesn’t have light. DIGG is one of the biggest social news websites on the Internet; if not the biggest. You can imagine the amount of traffic that this webiste gets on a regular basis, but that’s not enough. …

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Apr 09 2009

Dragon NaturallySpeaking ‘Essentials’ Customers: No Updates for you!

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I’m very disappointed in Nuance. I saw on the Dragon NaturallySpeaking Facebook {April 8th 2009} that Nuance has decided not to support or honor their earlier statements to support the ‘Essentials’ customers. For months, Dragon NaturallySpeaking customers have been promised updates. Nuance is showing that they are not people of their word. They have practiced …

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Apr 08 2009

Microsoft moves from Windows 7 beta to RC

Microsoft is offering several options for those who want to move from the beta version of Windows 7 to the release candidate when it comes out sometime in the following weeks. Unfortunately, none of them are as easy as a direct upgrade path from the beta build to the RC but rather require a fair …

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Apr 08 2009

Mozilla Thunderbird: Endurance and Preference Remain

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Recently an article posted on Lifehacker was trying to indicate that e-mail clients, historically, are dying out; I disagree. While you have your social websites, where you can leave your statuses, brief messages, your thoughts or events, this is not e-mail. And while people have access to the iPhone’s and their portable browsers over 3G …

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Apr 01 2009

Microsoft introduces low-cost server platform

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Starting earlier this year, Microsoft announced that they were working on a low-cost server option for small businesses. Aiming to help people get past one of the biggest hurdles in many new ventures, software expense, Microsoft has crafted entry-level version of its server operating system called Windows Server “Foundation”. Not offering it as a retail …

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Apr 01 2009

Conficker worm spikes, infects 1.1 million PCs in <24 hours

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The Conficker worm is back with a vengeance, infecting over one million systems in the past 24 hours. The refined version of this malware scans networks for weakly protected machines and actively attempts to spread itself via USB thumb drives. Neither feature was present in the original version, and so far, the attack is working. …

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Apr 01 2009

64-bit Web Browsing: Slow Market Penetration

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64-bit PC’s and laptops are hitting the market consistently now. 64-bit systems are flooding the market, just one of the lacking points is the development of a 64-bit browsers and their components. It’s pretty obvious that the software developers don’t place a lot of emphasis on this fact. The natural evolution of software says you’ve …

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Mar 27 2009

Dragon NaturallySpeaking Essentials – the Orphan

Dragon NaturallySpeaking to Nuance is a bastard child to a really great family. Referencing a post I made a while back, it referred to the Dragon NaturallySpeaking Essentials suite from Nuance. The Essentials suite is a custom package that’s only sold at target; ONLY at Target for $40. See Nuance doesn’t sell Essentials anywhere else, …

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