Tag Archive: slow

Sep 16 2013

We’re All Waiting For The Major TV Networks To Work Directly With Roku

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As a Roku customer, I primarily use Roku to stream movies and TV show’s, but over the past couple of years Roku has grown far past Netflix. Mainly as a way to stream Netflix to my TV set. Roku now supports 750 channels to include 94 TV and movie channels along with music channels and …

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Jul 12 2012

Digsby is going to be open sourced…

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Digsby has been a favorite IM app of mine for a long time, since tagged acquired Digsby, the updates for Digsby have been coming out pretty slow. The blog updates for Digsby have been curiously sparse, and in my last update for Digsby it seems that the Digsby development team was just about to abandon …

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Jul 11 2012

Mozilla Drops Thunderbird over web-based solutions

This week has been somewhat of a disappointment for many people who use Mozilla’s Thunderbird. Mozilla has made the announcement that they’re slowing down development on Thunderbird to put more effort into the Firefox operating system. Mozilla Thunderbird has been a standard for e-mail clients for years, competing directly with Microsoft Outlook and other popular …

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Feb 09 2012

Internet Explorer continues glorious usage decline

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The days of Internet Explorer are slowly coming to an end, and any influence Internet Explorer might have had over the market place, or over the Internet, are damn near over. Seeing how Microsoft is able to maintain what grasp they have with the corporate world and their integration with the operating system, I don’t …

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Feb 02 2012

Digsby is bleeding a slow death thanks to Tagged.com

Trying to stay connected in the world technology is difficult because not all the services have a standard protocol for instant messaging, they all think their protocols are better than the others; you’re left with trying to make services like Microsoft, jabber, AOL, ICQ and Yahoo— trying to get all those instant messaging services to …

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