Tag: Browser

Sep 08 2015

Techie Review: Dragon Professional Individual v14

Recently, Nuance released a new version 14 of their speech recognition software; it’s called Dragon Professional Individual. The focus of this version seems to be focusing on individuals who want to be more productive at work using speech recognition. Huge improvements in the speech recognition and the responsiveness of Nuances speech recognition software were made …

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Dec 12 2012

Learn New Words With Google And Voice-Recognition

Do you ever find yourself in a situation where you’re reading an article and the article that you’re reading has this fancy word in it; a word you never seen before and don’t exactly know the definition? Some people might know better to go to a website that has an online dictionary and to look …

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Aug 17 2012

How can you download from YouTube? 5 Easy Options.

This is a very short post in comparisons to others I normally do… A friend of mine was asking me the other day what options are there to download from YouTube. The answer isn’t really that hard if you have ever typed in a search in Google before. The answers and options are right there. …

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Aug 07 2012

Browser wars: Firefox stalled, while Chrome continues market dominance

The battle for the dominate Internet browser is just an ongoing effort. Over the past couple of months, if your watching the market share of which browser is doing the best in adoption, the mover is Google Chrome. It’s making greater and greater strides to capture your Internet browsing heart. In September of 2010, Microsoft …

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Jan 04 2012

Google’s Chrome Continues To Blaze A Trail

I remember when I wrote an article about the very progressive climb of Chrome; how version 28 was coming in just 2 years. I continue to be impressed with the level of performance of Chrome and how well, it’s done in such a short time. And we still have time to see if v28 of …

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Dec 31 2011

LEHSYS Report – December 2011

This year has been outstanding for LEHSYS; better than any other. I’ve taken a few days off from writing because of the holidays season, but I’m sure some of you’ll understand, but I plan on getting back to the nuts and bolts of things here soon. It’s important to make an attempt spend some offline …

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Jun 06 2011

Firefox Browser Market Share is Slipping… to Chrome.

Looking over the stats from W3Counter, I noticed something interesting… Firefox market share is slipping. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer continues to slide in market share and there’s nothing there that’s really going to help them; they have damaged that brand so bad— there’s nothing going to save it now, but you wouldn’t expect Firefox to be …

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Mar 05 2011

WebGL in Chrome, Firefox and Opera – but not Internet Explorer

I was checking out the WebGL abilities today in Chrome, Opera and in Firefox. I was really impressed. It seems like such a leap from the rigid world of webpages we live in nowadays. To think that the capabilities of WebGL could be integrated with a standard webpage to provide a much more rich experience …

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Jan 14 2011

Can Google’s influence kill h.264?

In a surprising move that would be more reminiscent of something that Microsoft or Apple would do, Google has decided to remove the support for the h.264 video format. h.264 has been the Internet standard for video for the past couple of years; a large majority of newer digital cameras record directly to this format. …

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May 01 2010

LEHSYS Report – April 2010

The beginning of this month was outstanding. I was seeing a lot of traffic, but as I’ve reported before, the Internet is a wave, and sometimes you’ll get a few, and sometimes, not so much, but you moving forward. I’ve an established level now of average daily views and it’s easy to notice a surge …

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