Tag: sell

Sep 30 2016

Slick new iPhone 7 case restores the headphone jack

I think it’s always funny when you see companies trying to dictate the path of technology in such a way that it angers people. Apple’s newly released a new iPhone 7 it’s causing a star with the absence of the headphone jack. There was a lot of discussion about the release of the iPhone 7, …

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Aug 09 2013

Have people really had enough of Windows?

I know, seems like a silly question right? It’s not. The Windows operating system is strongly established itself in the corporate working environment. If you work in an office, most likely the chances of you working with any other operating system besides Windows is unlikely. While Microsoft’s revenue is up, they’re still having a very …

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Dec 05 2012

Making the most of low-cost android tablets

  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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Oct 30 2012

Techie Review: eM Client 4 – Great and Improving

I’ve been a long-time user of Mozilla Thunderbird. I think the application is really good as a base email client. One of the great features about Mozilla Thunderbird is the extensibility of the application with the addition of some add-ons; you can make the email client do just about anything. Customizing the email client do …

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Aug 06 2012

Hey Roku, Where’s the Mount for it?

I’m having a lot of fun with my recent purchase of a Roku. I have all my ISO movies at my finger tips [with the use of Plex] and the Roku box allows me to stream Netflix and Hulu to my TV with no problems. The Roku is small, about the size of your palm. …

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Apr 29 2012

Facebook Pushes Virus Protection A Little More

Back in early January, Facebook must’ve been listening to me. I published a blog post about the insecurity of Facebook. In that post, I talked about how Facebook takes advantage of their members by exposing them to games and applications that could be potentially stealing their personal and private information and using it for other …

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Oct 20 2011

Give customers what they want: VOD and à la Carte

‘500 channels with nothing on’ has been a long-standing joke since I was a kid. It’s simply amazing that the cable companies make customers buy packages of channels simply because a customer asks for a specific channel. For example, if someone asks for the science channel, that customer has to purchase a package of 15 …

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Mar 02 2011

50% of tech sales in 2011 will be Tablets and Smartphones

This would be some staggering information if it wasn’t so predictable. Devices like the iPad, Samsung galaxy and the new Motorola Xoom are demonstrating, fairly clearly, that you don’t need a specific operating system to get on the Internet and to get things done. The technology trends dictate that customers looking for just a few …

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Jan 24 2011

Why NOW is the wrong time to buy a 3D TV

It’s not ready yet. I’m so surprised at the efforts of the TV hardware makers and Hollywood to sell the public something that just isn’t ready. And the theaters must be furious! One of the last things that theaters have to offer is the glamor of that 3D moment in a theater; wearing the geeky …

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Oct 22 2010

Why we won’t see many Microsoft or Google apps on iOS?

[By Guest Blogger  – MDE3] Google and Microsoft have come up with a good plan on how to get their programs on the iOS (that is the software that powers the iTouch, iPhone, and iPad). Google and Microsoft have both written an application (Google and Bing) to be used on the iPhone. Both of their …

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