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Dec 16 2015

Windows Live Writer goes Open Source- Open Live Writer

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It’s been obvious for a long time that Microsoft has been completely neglecting one of the most popular applications they’ve ever seen for bloggers; Windows Live Writer. Lots of information and rumor has been spread for a long time about Windows Live Writer going open source. The moment that devout Windows Live Writer users have …

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Dec 14 2015

Review: WordPress.com [Offline Blogging Editor]

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As a person who generates articles on a regular basis and has been blogging for a long time, it’s very exciting to hear that WordPress has released their own version of offline blogging software. It’s also very interesting to know that WordPress is releasing their software at almost the exact same time that Windows Live …

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Dec 02 2015

Speech Recognition: Dragon Anywhere vs. Google Docs

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I recently had the opportunity to do a review on Dragon Anywhere from Nuance. At the same time I was doing the review for Dragon Anywhere, I recalled seeing an announcement/article where you can now do continuous speech recognition into Google Docs. This sparked the concept that Dragon Anywhere and Google Docs could be poised …

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Nov 11 2015

Review: EaseUS Partition Master Professional v10.8

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If you ever find yourself in a position where you need to be able to adjust the partitions on your PC, even with Windows 10, you may find that it’s not as intuitive and simple as it should be. You really think by now that Microsoft would include the proper utilities to control basic abilities …

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Nov 09 2015

How Smartphones Changed TV

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Advertisers have been relying on TV commercials to promote their products and services for years. However, the competition for viewers’ time has grown beyond bathroom and snack runs. Now, a large chunk of viewers use a second screen while watching TV, such as a laptop, tablet, or smartphone. This means viewers dedicate very little time …

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