Tag Archive: mobile device

Apr 24 2013

Is Microsoft Surface is going to make you work more?

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Hey corporate workers! It seems like every blog out there has an opinion [even mine] about the success and failure of Microsoft Surface, but I don’t think anyone is really covering the fact that Microsoft Surface is going to allow employers to get some free work time. I think a lot of employers have been …

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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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Nov 30 2012

Is Microsoft Surface RT a misstep for Redmond?

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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

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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 13 2012

Voice-recognition: Understanding more than just spoken words

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Voice to text recognition is like one of those magical functions that no ones using yet. I’m a big user of voice recognition. I like to try to use it as much as possible. Not so much as to control my PC, but purely for the value of the dictation. For the last 6 years, …

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Oct 23 2012

Buying a Microsoft Surface is a gamble for both Microsoft and Customers

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When you think about tablets, you have to understand that the greatest competition in the tablet market right now is the proliferation and saturation of the android operating system. There are so many manufacturers working with the android operating system it’s dizzying. Manufacturers can create newer versions of their tablets with newer features in their …

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Oct 22 2012

No Dragon NaturallySpeaking for Microsoft Surface [yet]

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One thing we are not hearing a lot about with the new Microsoft Surface is voice-recognition. With the new operating systems and the more predominant mobile devices, it would seem that one of the more obvious things would be to have stronger integration with the voice recognition solution for those devices. I was really expecting …

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Oct 19 2012

Some Things To Know About Microsoft Surface RT

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With Microsoft is ready to release Microsoft Surface, some people are anxious to get their hands on a new tablet. It just seems like a natural thing to do when there’s a new piece of technology on the market. There’s always people that are always going to be early adopters. Microsoft Surface is expected to …

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Mar 15 2012

‘Disc-to-Digital’ — you’re kidding right?

Media companies are the worst when it comes to being progressive with technology. Using a few short examples, DVD shrink and RealDVD are just two packages of software that were shut down by the media industry as forms of pirating; this is back in 2008. The problem the media companies had with software packages like …

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Sep 15 2011

So, Google’s Chrome is going to sole supporter of Adobe Flash?

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When Apple announced that it wasn’t going to support Adobe flash with its mobile devices, the world was stunned. How could something so popular not support Adobe flash? Then, it was a bold move… in another bold move, Microsoft has announced that Internet Explorer 10 will not allow any plug-ins— at all. This means Adobe …

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