Tag Archive: Competitor

Jun 10 2013

Google Keyboard takes on Swype and SwiftKey

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If you’re like most people who have purchased an android phone, one of the first things you going to do is change out the keyboard, but that may not be the case anymore. A little over a month ago I wrote an article about why I made the transition from Swype over to SwiftKey, and …

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May 22 2013

4 Rules of Thumb to Follow Before Posting on Facebook

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Staying connected and interacting with customers on Facebook has become commonplace in the business world. However, it’s easy to get yourself in trouble if you’re not careful about the things you’re posting. So, here are four rules of thumb to follow to protect your reputation when posting on Facebook.

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Apr 22 2013

Are you having trouble choosing between Evernote and Google Keep?

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If you’re not already using one, you should really start thinking about using a note taking application or service to keep all the snippets of information, ideas or thoughts in a singular place so that you can retrieve them later. Most people have passing thoughts and have the inclination to say, that’s a great idea, …

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Mar 25 2013

Tips and Tricks for Creating a Mobile Website that Google will Love

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While most businesses now have a website, it is becoming increasingly important to have a site that also caters to the rapidly growing mobile market. It is estimated that very soon there will be just as many people surfing the Internet through a mobile device as there are doing so on a desktop computer. The …

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Mar 21 2013

Google Keep Goes Head-to-head With Evernote

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Did you happen to check out the post yesterday by Google about Google Keep? You should really pay attention to this because Google is now making a step forward to compete directly with Evernote. Evernote has been the staple and standard when it comes to synchronizing your information across several different devices, keeping your thoughts,’s …

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Jul 25 2012

Nuance set to release Nina – Virtual Assistant

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  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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Feb 22 2012

The Netflix Syndrome: Not enough new content

Does anyone remember the early days of HBO and Showtime? When cable start presenting the services; man everyone thought it was awesome, playing movies all the time with no commercials, no editing, and getting new movies every month— always getting like two to five movies a month, per channel… Back then it was pretty cool. …

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Jan 10 2012

Could face-recognition be coming to Apple devices?

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As the battle between Google and Apple rumbles on, new features that find themselves the key selling point for one device could find themselves on a competitor’s within the year. Apple’s Siri, which became an exclusive piece of kit for the iPhone 4S, is likely to become a bigger feature for the firm’s other devices …

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Nov 03 2010

Microsoft Windows 7 Turns ONE

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The Redmond giant is enjoying some very nice news. They’re still enjoying the growth of Windows 7 and estimates are that within the next 2+ years, the market will be flooded with Windows 7; wiping out Windows XP— finally. According to Microsoft they’ve sold 240 million copies of Windows 7 [from October 22nd 2009], but …

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Sep 03 2010

Android: Digg Application Is Broken Too

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The problems with Digg keep getting better… Or more to the point, worse. Since Digg updated their site they’ve been plagued with problems and complaints and ever since the update to v4 the application on my Android has stopped working. This continues the downward spiral of the Digg domination. I don’t understand this.. 4 months …

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