Tag Archive: Operating System

Sep 20 2013

Using Google Apps And Services To Organize

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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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May 01 2013

Voice recognition: Why I moved from Swype to SwiftKey

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Using voice-recognition is important because it increases someone’s productivity simply by using the technology. When people talk about taking notes and writing an information for later, I immediately think about using voice-recognition. In my opinion, I think it voice-recognition is much faster than trying to write information out and in 99% of the cases, more …

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Feb 25 2013

Smartphones: Giving Ubuntu A Solid Chance In The Market

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Over the past couple weeks, I noticed that there’s been several articles and information about the introduction of a Firefox phone and a Ubuntu phone. I think it’s pretty bold that other companies would want to enter into a market that was already dominated by android platform, as well as Apple. It’s pretty hard imagining …

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Jan 08 2013

Will your next camera have an Android operating system?

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The consumer electronics show for 2013 is this week and there’s a lot of good technology coming out of it, and everyone’s discussing all the new gadgets and features, but one of the things that struck me funny was the introduction of Polaroid’s new Android-based camera. Some people are asking why would you want to …

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Dec 28 2012

Will 2013 be the fall of the eReaders?

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Back in 2009, when e-books and Kindles were being largely introduced,  it was clear that, going forward, the world was going to have to start dealing with electronic books and consuming information electronically;  either through laptops,  tablet PC’s  or e-book readers. Since then, there’s been plenty of information and progress in the area of e-book …

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Dec 05 2012

Making the most of low-cost android tablets

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  This holiday season is definitely the season for tablets. And one thing that I’ve been noticing is that there’s a ton of low-cost android tablets. It’s not so much that the android tablets that they’re selling are not high performance, it’s the fact that they do serve a basic function. The low-cost android tablets …

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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 25 2012

Preparing for Cyber Monday

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It’s been a tough time for everyone with the economy being so bad this past year, but if you are searching for a silver lining, notice the sales numbers from this season. It’s been reported that sales are up 20+% this year for black Friday sales. This is naturally going to translate into higher Cyber …

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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 09 2012

Is Microsoft making other hardware manufacturers upset over Microsoft Surface?

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It’s very interesting that Microsoft has decided to get into the hardware game. Interesting because, primarily, Microsoft has been a software company relying on hardware manufacturers to facilitate a complete presentation of a PC. Apple has been the company that’s always been striving to marry the software with the hardware, in one package, controlling the …

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