Tag: selling

Aug 26 2016

Facebook, what are you doing with your trending topics?

Facebook is the most dominating website on the Internet for social networking and they’re constantly looking for ways to mess around with the interface; making small changes. I still haven’t figured out why Facebook won’t leave my personal settings alone, so that when I’m looking at my newsfeed, it leaves it on the settings that …

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Jul 16 2013

Facebook Graph Search is just creepy

Facebook has established itself very well and is a very popular tool for connecting socially with your friends and family, but one of the things that I don’t agree with Facebook on is their venture into just being outright creepy, and their idea of want to become your Internet search hub. With all the problems …

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Jun 10 2013

Google Keyboard takes on Swype and SwiftKey

If you’re like most people who have purchased an android phone, one of the first things you going to do is change out the keyboard, but that may not be the case anymore. A little over a month ago I wrote an article about why I made the transition from Swype over to SwiftKey, and …

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Apr 16 2013

Windows 8 continues to push the irrelevance of a Microsoft Operating System

Back in May of 2011, I wrote a post about Windows 8 and that people shouldn’t buy it. The discussions over Windows 8 are highly mixed and there’s a group of people that love Windows 8 there’s a group of people that absolutely despise Windows 8. That demographic of people can be separated into those …

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Oct 08 2012

Portable And In Your Hand – Roku Streaming Projector

If the Roku wasn’t interesting enough for you before, it should start looking interesting to you now. In addition to Roku releasing their Roku  streaming stick, Roku has partnered with 3M to create a small projector that can stream video from whatever sources Roku can conjure. The standard Roku unit is miniature anyways but the …

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Oct 31 2011

Just Applications: iPhone 4S Siri and Android voice recognition

Initially, there’s no comparison. Iris isn’t even remotely ready to do anything that even resembles artificial intelligence; it couldn’t answer any of my questions. And for the most part, gave me answers that were basically, I don’t know; give me another question. In some other recent posts, I talked about the software that uses the …

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Nov 03 2010

Microsoft Windows 7 Turns ONE

The Redmond giant is enjoying some very nice news. They’re still enjoying the growth of Windows 7 and estimates are that within the next 2+ years, the market will be flooded with Windows 7; wiping out Windows XP— finally. According to Microsoft they’ve sold 240 million copies of Windows 7 [from October 22nd 2009], but …

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Jun 10 2010

Google Goes Fancy Like BING

Today Google changed their main search page. That’s not to clarify I don’t like it or it’s repulsive, but I think it’s not in the past standing of what Google search is about. Google search page is about down and dirty, quick, easy and results. And while the last one, results, isn’t going to change, …

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Oct 13 2009

Verizon now taking Iphones

I’ve Verizon for my phone service and I was dealing with an issue with a lost phone yesterday and I called Verizon to report a lost phone [I found it later], but as I was talking with the associate about the lost phone I asked about when Verizon  was going to get the iPhone. Surprisingly …

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Sep 15 2009

Social browsing for September 15th

Here’s some stuff I’ve been looking at… Liked Who else is beyond sick of receiving the paper phone books every year?. A status update per day is good enough for any Twittering fool… so that makes me. [lehenryjr] RE: @lehsys It’s crazy what the Internet Service Providers are doing and what they are selling ; …

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