Tag: New Features

Jun 19 2013

Do you wish Greenshot updated automatically? I did too. Now it does.

Back in July 2011, I found a great application for doing screenshots; it’s called Greenshot. It’s a free application from SourceForge. It’s a screenshot application that continues to be developed and actively evolve adding new features each time, My Windows PC recently crashed, with a hard drive failure, and I found myself in a precarious …

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Apr 03 2013

Gmail updates their compose window to benefit mobile users

Composing new emails with Gmail are going to different next time you use it. It’s rare that changes are made that people actually like, Change with anything is rarely acceptable to most people, but change must come and Google [which is in a constant state of beta] has added some new features to the compose …

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Sep 25 2012

iPhone 5 users looking to switch to an Android- It’s Understandable.

Are you in the crowd of people that continue to be unimpressed by the iPhone.  Most can back up enough to say that I understand the iPhone set the standard for what a smart phone is, but beyond that, the execution and handling of the iPhone has been something that I just think is horrible. …

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Aug 29 2012

Mozilla Thunderbird 15 released with Instant chat for Facebook, Google and Twitter

Mozilla Thunderbird continues to be one of my favorite applications as an email client. And although Mozilla has said that they’re not going to put as much effort into the development of Thunderbird, they have said that they are going to continue to provide Thunderbird with regular updates; they just want the community to become …

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Aug 12 2012

Techie Review: Dragon NaturallySpeaking 12

Nuance has released their latest version of Dragon NaturallySpeaking, version 12. With each new release of Dragon NaturallySpeaking I continue to be impressed at the level of integration and recognition the application can provide. By far, Dragon NaturallySpeaking is my favorite application because it provides such an advantage over anyone else that’s not using voice-recognition …

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Dec 14 2011

Google’s Facial Recognition: Do No Evil – But you can opt-in

Image by Aray Chen via Flickr Google keeps coming with all these new features and functions. And it’s surprising to me that Google didn’t do this earlier, but it’s been reported that Google held off on facial recognition because of the viability of backlash that they could incur if the service was used inappropriately; it’s …

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Sep 28 2010

How to: Import MOV Files In To Windows Live Movie Maker [easy]

I’m finally getting back around to a problem that I was having with Windows Live Movie Maker not being able to work with QuickTime movie files [MOV]. Windows Live Movie Maker is still in the beta phase and hasn’t been officially released to the public, a release candidate is expected to be released soon. A …

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Aug 18 2010

Is Google Android The Next Dominating Operating System?

If you’re keeping track of the technology trends in the market you’ll notice that Google’s Android is really making a name for itself and establishing itself as the dominant operating system.  The development and saturation of the operating system have been impressive to say the least. It’s a weird feeling to be in a situation …

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Aug 02 2010

eM Client: The Evolution Of The E-mail Client

A little over a year ago I did a review on very promising new e-mail client/Personal Information Manager called eM Client. I’ve been so impressed with the software that I’ve kept the application loaded upon my machine so that I could connect easily, later and do another review of the software. It was time to …

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Feb 17 2010

Google Calendars New Features – More Organized.

If you haven’t noticed or test the new features ‘beta’ from Google calendar; your missing out. It’s pretty slick… What your able to do with a browser is becoming increasingly blurred with your standard applications. Google is proving a concept that all applications can be web based. Here’s some new stuff… No related posts. This …

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