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Feb 08 2012

Is Google being hypocritical with their services?

About a month ago, I was checking my stats for my website through Google Analytics and everything had been going just fine over the past couple of months, but one day my site visitors and pageviews took a dive, like a 60% dive in visitors. I realize that from day to day things can change …

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Jan 25 2012

PaperPort Notes: Nuance offers free application to iPad users

Today, Nuance has some news that may get some people excited. Nuance has released a complementary application for the iPad. The new option combines the power of Dragon NaturallySpeaking and PaperPort. With the new application, PaperPort users will be able to create/dictate notes and store them in the PaperPort using cloud storage. PaperPort is already …

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Jan 23 2012

MegaUpload brings the consequence of ‘cloud’ storage home… again.

Cloud storage is something that a lot of companies are trying to get into and there’s plenty of benefit to support the fact that ‘cloud’ storage is beneficial; it’s one of the biggest things that Windows 8 is going to be bringing to the next iteration of the operating system. But if you’re watching the …

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Nov 09 2011

Adobe Ceases Development of Mobile Version of Flash

The good news today in technology is that Adobe Flash has ceased development for mobile devices. This is a huge announcement and achievement for technologies going forward using HTML 5. I guess one would say that Steve Jobs was the vampire slayer of Adobe Flash. Steve Jobs was the one who decided that Adobe Flash …

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Oct 08 2010

Internet TV Boxes: Just the Beginning

Surely we can clearly define that this is the start of Internet television as we know it. Everything prior to this has been merely a rehearsal for things to come. We now have major players competing to be on top of your TV and delivering entertainment to you in a variety of ways. Major networks …

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Dec 09 2009

Voice Recognition: Dragon NaturallySpeaking vs AnDROID

I recently purchased a Motorola DROID ‘phone’ and I’ve been trying to get some updates from Nuance for some time now, on its initial offering of Dragon NaturallySpeaking, for the iPhone; not much yet. Maybe the fact I don’t have an iPhone is a hindrance. I asked to be included with the beta testing team, …

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Oct 12 2009

Download: COPYPATH

For all you advanced IT Administrator/Consultant guru’s out there, your going to love this little gem. How many times have you found yourself having to manually type in a path to a file? A lot – I know- been there and felt that. CopyPath is a shell extension that copies the full path names of …

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Oct 05 2009

Is Google going to be the all powerful Evil OZ?

I was in a discussion the other day with some friends and it was so interesting that it deserves to be written down and shared. I’m not disgusted with Google and I don’t totally distrust them, but they do control or have access to a lot of information. I mean a lot of information. And …

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Sep 28 2009

Things I Like about Google Chrome

My primary browser is NOT Chrome, but I keep it loaded for testing and as an option; you should always have options. But Chrome is not one to be dismissed it’s got some power and speed. And while the browser doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of… say Firefox; it hasn’t crashed on me …

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Jul 13 2009

Chrome versus Firefox – it’s the modern-day Balboa

Mozilla Firefox 3.5 has been released and I have to admit that I’m really enjoying the competition between the two brothers. Google has really set the roof on fire with this competition between Firefox and Chrome. The updates from Mozilla are coming out faster, chrome is already on version 3 of their flagship browser. The …

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