Tag Archive: fact

Oct 31 2014

Roku Adds Google Play – Fails To Impress

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    I guess what most people would consider good news today is that Roku now has Google Play. Google/YouTube has been putting itself in a position now for streaming content directly to customers, but unfortunately Google Play hasn’t done anything differently to make themselves stand out over any other streaming service. Besides the fact …

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Oct 22 2014

HBO Go Subscription overpriced for streaming media customers?

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Last week, HBO announced that they were going to allow customers next year to have HBO Go without having a cable subscription. This is big news for people who want to cut the cord with their cable subscription. More customers are finding that they can get exactly what they want, entertainment wise with streaming content from the …

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Jul 27 2014

What does the early leak of The Expendables 3 mean?

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This past week, the Internet was buzzing about the leaked release of Expendables 3. Expendables 3 wasn’t supposed to be released for approximately another three weeks. Having a movie like this leak out onto the Internet so early is really going to hurt the bottom line of this movie release, but the bigger point here is the …

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Jul 11 2014

I hate Facebook and why I can’t quit

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I guess it sounds funny for someone to say that they hate Facebook, but in my case, it’s true. I hate Facebook. I hate Facebook for all the arguments it causes, all the drama it instigates and social awkwardness it imposes on people by having someone leave an off-color comment. But you really have to …

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Mar 24 2014

Netflix and Enemies of the Internet

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This past week’s been pretty interesting when it comes to the neutrality,Netflix and the future of the Internet. We saw lots of new developments with Netflix and Comcast, as well as openly pointed discussions about backbone Internet service providers upset about Internet service providers charging for Internet service to customers in the last legs of …

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Jul 16 2013

Facebook Graph Search is just creepy

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Facebook has established itself very well and is a very popular tool for connecting socially with your friends and family, but one of the things that I don’t agree with Facebook on is their venture into just being outright creepy, and their idea of want to become your Internet search hub. With all the problems …

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Jun 05 2013

Windows 8.1: Microsoft’s first step to recovery

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It’s no secret that Windows 8 has had really mixed feelings. Some people love Windows 8 because they’re into media consumption, watching videos and listening to music, and that’s fine. But on the flipside, there’s other people who have to use Windows to be productive, to do work and to get things done. Everything that …

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Dec 31 2012

LEHSYS: My Good And Bad From 2012

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This is my last post for 2012. Technology is one of those things that keeps you on your toes and is ever-changing. You can never released seem to get on top of it, and you can never get enough information. Over the past year I’ve wrote many articles about various different things; things that interest …

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Dec 28 2012

Will 2013 be the fall of the eReaders?

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Back in 2009, when e-books and Kindles were being largely introduced,  it was clear that, going forward, the world was going to have to start dealing with electronic books and consuming information electronically;  either through laptops,  tablet PC’s  or e-book readers. Since then, there’s been plenty of information and progress in the area of e-book …

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Nov 08 2012

Technology and Educational Toys, Not So Educational, Study Suggests

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Educational toys and other technology carrying the “educational” seal of approval lacks evidence supporting this claim, according to a study presented in a Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. According to the study named D Is for Digital, out of the 69 video games they have studied, only 2 of them had an educational curriculum …

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