Tag Archive: compatible

Apr 16 2013

Windows 8 continues to push the irrelevance of a Microsoft Operating System

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Back in May of 2011, I wrote a post about Windows 8 and that people shouldn’t buy it. The discussions over Windows 8 are highly mixed and there’s a group of people that love Windows 8 there’s a group of people that absolutely despise Windows 8. That demographic of people can be separated into those …

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Nov 02 2012

Boxee TV – Not just streaming anymore

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There’s this ongoing battle for who’s going to be the winner and set-top boxes for streaming content. You have Apple TV and Roku, and now you’re going to have Boxee at Walmart. Who would’ve figured that you’d be able to go to Walmart and purchase your streaming TV entertainment. I, myself, have a Roku and …

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Aug 02 2012

Roku’s Streaming Stick will make all TV’s ‘smart’…

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Back in September, last year, I wrote article about Internet TVs. Internet TVs are certainly becoming popular because of the interaction with TV shows and social benefits of having access to the Internet, but to me, mixing the Internet with the TV, as a solid-state device, hasn’t really come to me as a good idea. …

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Jul 15 2012

DYMO LabelManager Pnp: I found a good deal…

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The other day, I found myself in a situation where I thought a label printer would do me a lot of good; so, I set out to find one. My goal was to find the best one that suited my needs and was economical [you know, cheap]. I also wanted a printer that was USB …

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May 22 2012

Adobe Flash gets automatic updates – as it’s dying.

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One of the things that I hated about Adobe, and Adobe Flash was that it was one of those applications that was absolutely required to constantly be updated; consequently unless you wanted to miss out on a lot of content over the Internet you had to have Adobe Flash installed on your local PC, to …

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May 18 2012

Review: ShareMouse

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At certain points in situations in dealing with IT issues or being in an IT department you quickly understand how important it is to be able to get information from point A to point B in the most conveniently possible. Most IT departments are very well-versed in the usefulness of what a KVM is; it’s …

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Nov 08 2011

Wonderful USB Sharing Adapters

I recently ran in to an age old problem of needing to connect two PC’s to the same printer. For various reasons, I couldn’t share the printer, or run it though a server; the two machines can’t speak to each other for security reasons. Basically, one PC is on a home network and another is …

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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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May 26 2011

Techie Review: OmniPage Professional 18

If you are in enthusiast that’s driven on productivity and being organized; and doing things the smart way— document imaging is the way to go. Whether you’re applying document imaging at home or at work, it’s going to be of benefit to you at some point. As an individual who has been using document imaging …

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Mar 22 2011

Android App Market is like Twitter— everyone does it better than they do…

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The new Amazon Appstore is another example of the lack of options and feature sets of the default Android application market. And the Android application market is falling prey to the same issues and problems that Twitter has; everyone does what they do, what they offer, better than they do; and it’s their service! The …

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