Tag Archive: alternative

Jul 25 2012

Nuance set to release Nina – Virtual Assistant

  In a world where people expect voice-recognition features from there smart phone; Nuance is the leader in voice-recognition in various products, not just smartphones and PCs. The past couple of years have been very exciting for Nuance in the respect that they’ve been able to expand from call centers and selling PC software to …

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Jan 16 2012

AutoHotKey: MyLittleHelper – Making tech life easier

This is a fairly short post, but it’s really to the point. The power of AutoHotKey continues to impress and be incredibly useful. If you know how to use AutoHotKey, you know exactly what I’m discussing. I use AutoHotKey in just about everything I do… and just about everything I write. I’m a person that …

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Mar 02 2011

Where is Ubuntu in the Smartphone / Tablet Market?

It was a couple of years ago that DELL was starting to add Ubuntu to the PC offering as an alternative operating system. But right around the same time, there was a slow interaction of the new operating system called android. There was a lot of buzz around Ubuntu and they’ll offering computers with the …

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Nov 10 2010

Oracle Triggers Mass-Defection of OpenOffice Developers to LibreOffice

I’ve been a longtime supporter of OpenOffice, I’ve been a longtime supporter of OpenOffice and I like to take the option to suggest that others use OpenOffice if their place in the position of needing a light weight and feature rich office suite, but recent developments are going to force me to change my recommendations, …

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Aug 27 2010

Finding Options: The Declination Of Cable TV Subscribers

There was an article posted recently about the cable user subscriptions and I think the information holds true. With the investments in technology and with the Internet providing just about any type of media form that you’re looking for, it makes perfect sense that the large TV Networks should be highly concerned over the future …

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Mar 01 2010

Finding An Alternative To Paperport 12

I couple of weeks ago, I did a review on the latest version of Paperport v12 Professional. I was reviewing the product as anyone would if they were looking to apply it in the corporate environment or at home; what did it do? How did it do it and was it easy enough to use. …

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Jan 25 2010

Adobe Flash Player Continues to Ignore 64-bit users

It was almost a year ago that I was reporting on the 64-bit browser for Mozilla Thunderbird and the absence of a 64-bit flash player from Adobe. Even in October, there were still no updates from Adobe. It’s been almost a year and there’s been no new, no progress and no updates from Adobe as …

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Dec 21 2009

eMclient sets a date for end of BETA

eM client is an excellent email client, and recent releases have been very impressive. They’ve done an outstanding effort to poise themselves as the Microsoft Outlook killer/alternative. The community looking at eM client have been watching it’s development closely. The eM client crew recently released this from their website. This was their release… No related …

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Oct 26 2009

eMclient v2: An Instant Message Enigma

It’s true the guys over an eMclient are making some serious progress. In my email exchanges they have indicated they’re ‘…seriously busy’ and kudos for all the efforts and their accomplishments. I’m a big fan of eMclient; I really want to see it succeed and flourish, but one thing about it has in common with …

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