Tag Archive: bandwidth

Sep 28 2012

Techie Review: Nikon Coolpix S3300

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I was searching for a camera as a gift and one of the first things that people need to do when they’re searching for a camera is to recognize is how are they going to be using that camera? People need to be asking questions about the types pictures the going to be taking and …

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Aug 28 2012

Top Tips to Speed up Your Web Connection

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The Internet has now become a part and parcel of the contemporary world, connecting a multitude of wired and wireless devices defying geographical barriers in near real-time speeds. Though the evolving communication technology boasts of high speed transfer of data, voices, and images; the average consumer is still being plagued by multiple connectivity issues. This …

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Jul 24 2012

Why care that ISPs want to increase their speeds?

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I’m surprised that the service providers keep using this marketing ploy to lure customers and to some sort of speed competition. Everyone should know by now that you can only get information as fast as it can be sent. What’s more interesting about this is why would you increase the rate at which someone can …

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Jun 12 2012

‘Cloud’ Storage and my 3 concerns

For the past couple of years everything ‘new’ has been about the development of the ‘cloud’. The new operating systems from Apple and Microsoft are going to integrate cloud storage as a primary function to the operating system. I understand the function that cloud storage can provide, but my overall opinion of cloud storage is …

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May 18 2012

Comcast and Skype: Making the video conferencing standard

Almost a year ago I posted an article about Microsoft purchasing Skype [roughly $8 billion]. I still think that Microsoft only purchased Skype for their customer base, and while I think there still needs to be a standard for video conferencing protocols, the way standards established themselves is by whoever is the most popular; it …

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Jan 06 2012

Using voice recognition on your mobile device uses more data? YES.

One of the more interesting stories that been reading about is how developers/hackers have been working with the iPhone 4S; mainly working on porting Siri to other Apple devices— the iPad and previous versions of the iPhone. Which is what Apple should’ve done the first place. But now are starting to see where customers are …

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Nov 04 2011

Bandwidth Should Be Unlimited

Several years ago when phone providers were coming out with their data plans, they could offer unlimited data plans for a flat rate because basically no one was using large amounts of data; there was another applications that were really showing a huge draw on the services of the phone providers networks. But as everyone …

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Jul 27 2011

Lacking Focus: Mozilla’s Boot to Gecko

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Mozilla has finally wandered further in to Microsoft territory with this latest project. Mozilla wants to offer it’s own version of an OS that’s based on a web browser. And while it’s a great idea in theory, it not a good move for them… The playing field is fierce right now with mobile operating systems …

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Jun 21 2011

Get ready for ‘Skype me later!’

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After you heard the news of Microsoft buying Skype, you immediately think, ‘it’s going to the crap house’ or it’s going to be another LIVE application, part of MSN Messenger— and your probably right in some respects, but I heard the news that Comcast is going in to business with Skype… That’s a MUCH smarter …

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Jun 21 2011

ISP bandwidth Caps are holding back the Cloud

I have covered this ground for years… ISP’s are such a disappointment. They started out okay, then they went to the sky with unlimited bandwidth for Internet access and then they laid the ‘smack down’ on their customers with the tiered service for Internet access. While the commercials ring in about how grea ‘the cloud’ …

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