Tag Archive: phones

Oct 07 2015

Three Of My Favorite Screenshot Apps For The PC [free]


In having done tons of documentation over the years, I’ve used a wide variety of applications to do screenshots. Screenshots are absolutely a necessity when doing documentation. Generally, people work better when they can see true examples of what they’re supposed to be seeing as opposed to just reading instructions. There’s lots of applications that …

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Feb 11 2015

Review: IRulu Universe 1s (U1s) Smartphone


A week ago, I was given the opportunity to review one of the latest smartphones from iRulu, the U1s. In the past, iRulu has focused on low-cost android tablets, but within the past year, iRulu has been focusing more towards smartphones. I’ve done other reviews for iRulu in the past on the tablets and I’ve …

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Jan 28 2015

IRulu’s Phones Have Performance And They’re Affordable


Over the past couple of months, iRulu has been distributing some new android-based smartphones. One of the first iRulu smartphones that was offered was a dual core android-based smartphone, iRulu 1U. My initial opinion of that phone was that it was an entry-level phone. According to iRulu, it was one of the first phones that …

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Jan 22 2015

Windows 10: Microsoft Desperate or Cool


Yesterday, I watched the presentation by Microsoft on their expectations for Windows 10. I thought that everything that Microsoft was talking about was mostly inspiring, but I couldn’t help but hear a underlying message. Microsoft recognizes that they have almost two billion machines/customers using the Windows operating system. They can use that advantage as leverage …

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Oct 06 2014

Screencasting competitors: Roku, Matchstick and Chromecast


Roku, Matchstick and Chromecast have made this past week very interesting for screencasting. Roku announced that Roku 3 and the Roku stick users will be able to mirror broadcasts from your Windows and android phones [oddly leaving out Apple] to your living room TV, but bigger than that was the surprise kick starter of Matchstick. With …

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