Tag: Platforms

May 01 2013

Voice recognition: Why I moved from Swype to SwiftKey

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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Apr 06 2013

Plex Media Server: Applying the Updates/New versions Automatically

Plex is a wonderful application that allows you to easily organize your media library to where it’s the most beneficial. It doesn’t matter if you’re wanting to listen to MP3’s, watch movies or share pictures. Plex has the ability to organize this information and give it one of the best presentations you can have. In …

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Feb 25 2013

Smartphones: Giving Ubuntu A Solid Chance In The Market

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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Oct 22 2012

No Dragon NaturallySpeaking for Microsoft Surface [yet]

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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Sep 24 2010

Google To Release Chrome v28 In Just Two Years!

Microsoft just released their latest version of Internet Explorer, version 9 Beta. I can remember a few years back when Firefox was releasing versions of their browser are quick basis just to get to the point where it equaled that of Internet Explorer. Google’s Chrome is the newest Web browser on the market, it’s roughly …

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Jul 12 2010

Simply Brilliant: Google App Inventor

As the fight wages on in the world of Smartphones and applications, Google seems to have hit the nail on the head with the Google App Inventor. So you can imagine what Google was thinking a year ago when they released this a select few to play around with and inject a spark of innovation …

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Apr 26 2010

Lunascape: All Major Browser Engines In One

There’s a new browser that’s caught my attention, it’s called Lunascape. what’s causing my attention to gravitate towards it is its ability to utilize all three major browser engines for Firefox, Internet explorer and chrome. As a developer for Web applications, testing between platforms typically means you have to have all of the major web …

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Mar 23 2010

Firefox 3 Has A Handicapped Backspace Button

As an interesting folly, everyone knows that Firefox is developed and used upon multiple platforms. The appealing nature of Firefox is that it’s the same application, plug-ins are consistent across different operating systems and the behavior of the application should be the same. But if your an user that’s used to using Firefox in the …

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Mar 10 2010

Download: Lammer Context Menu

I really like finding applications that should be, or could have been, a standard function of the Windows operating system. A lot of people would agree that there are some utilities and some functions have been added by independent programmers for the Windows operating system that make it so much easier to use in comparison …

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Oct 29 2009

LEHSYS Report – October 2009

To be honest, I didn’t think I would have anything to report for October; September was kind of depressing, but you go month-to-month and you find new things to research and new things to work on and before you know it the end of the month comes whether you want it or not. October was …

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