Tag: Landscape

Sep 20 2013

Using Google Apps And Services To Organize

Google has quite an array of services that they offer that can help you organize your daily life. And the good news is that these services are free. Google has services to help you communicate, get directions to a meeting, help remind you about events and  the even have something to keep snippets of information …

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Nov 30 2012

Is Microsoft Surface RT a misstep for Redmond?

The release of Microsoft Surface RT have came under some critical reviews over the past weeks. Microsoft must be under some pressure to try to show themselves as a solid player in mobile devices in the years to come.  But in the past couple of weeks, a lot of information about Microsoft RT has come …

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Nov 23 2012

Black Friday Ads Prove Which Mobile Operating System Is Dominating- Android

If this Black Friday and this shopping weekend has any indication as to which tablet operating system is dominating, all you have to do is open any sale paper and you see lots and lots of tablets for sale and every single tablet that’s on sale [99% of them] have the Android operating system loaded …

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Nov 02 2012

Boxee TV – Not just streaming anymore

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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Jan 14 2011

For Nuance’s PaperPort 13: Evolution is Required

PaperPort is a consumer standard for organizing and keeping images and documents in one place, but the landscape of what’s kept has changed and the next version from Nuance needs to be better; more with the times. Applications like Google Picasa and Windows Live Photo Gallery are doing a good job of attempting to handle …

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