Monthly archive September, 2012

Apple Maps Versus Google Maps

Apple Maps Versus Google Maps
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Google Maps has served as the lifeline of many a clueless traveler. For people like me, especially, Google Maps is an... Read More →

Forget Subsidized Phones, Offer Better Price Plans

Forget Subsidized Phones, Offer Better Price Plans
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Mobile carriers in the United States have mobile phone pricing all wrong. While users can enjoy a locked iPhone 5 for... Read More →

5 Reasons You Should Own A Tablet

5 Reasons You Should Own A Tablet
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A tablet device could potentially be your key to portable freedom. While I would never endorse a tablet over a regular... Read More →

Apple Hacker Heads to Twitter

Apple Hacker Heads to Twitter
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Twitter looks like becoming the new hacker hangout. Gone are the days when users could post anything and everything on... Read More →

Must-Have Cross-Platform Apps

Must-Have Cross-Platform Apps
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I don't know about you, but there isn't much more that can be as irritating as having to use different apps for... Read More →

5 Concepts that Were Far Too Ahead of the Curve

5 Concepts that Were Far Too Ahead of the Curve
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Apps and technology accessories are nothing new to today’s consumer. In fact, with hundreds of apps releasing each... Read More →

Dropbox Latest Security Offerings

Dropbox Latest Security Offerings
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In mid-July, a few hundred Dropbox users started to receive spam emails for online gambling sites. Though some did not... Read More →

Google Apps or Office 365?

Google Apps or Office 365?
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Let the battle of the “office clouds” begin! There has been a lot of advertising about the recent changes Google... Read More →

Happy Birthday Google Chrome!

Happy Birthday Google Chrome!
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When Google Chrome was originally released in 2008, it promised Internet users that it would offer a faster, easier... Read More →

The MS Office Store

The MS Office Store
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This week the MS Office Store opened itself up for business offering productivity and business-boosting applications... Read More →

Skype versus Google Talk

Skype versus Google Talk
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The age of VoIP has certainly started to take place. Individuals no longer talk on phones – they talk on computers.... Read More →

Can Anyone Topple YouTube?

Can Anyone Topple YouTube?
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YouTube is considered the undisputed champion for video streaming, but from a market standpoint, YouTube only controls... Read More →

Java Patch Frailties

Java Patch Frailties
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The end of August sparked panic for Java’s creator, Oracle and users when an emergency Java 7 patch opened the door... Read More →

Industries That The ‘Cloud’ Will Kill

Industries That The ‘Cloud’ Will Kill
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Most consumers born before 1985 remember floppy disks. These now obsolete products were once all a user had to backup... Read More →

Adobe Flash’s Fall From Mobility

Adobe Flash’s Fall From Mobility
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Before the days of mobile supremacy Adobe Flash software dominated the computing landscape. In fact it was nearly... Read More →

Apple’s Enterprise Market Strategy

Apple’s Enterprise Market Strategy
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The last couple of years have seen an exponential rise in the sales of consumer gadgets. Now, every other person has... Read More →

Apple’s Patents-Who’s Next In the Firing Line?

Apple’s Patents-Who’s Next In the Firing Line?
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The biggest technology news of the year, potentially one of the biggest of the decade, got heads turning and caught... Read More →

Google I/O 2012

Google I/O 2012
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The Google I/O is an annual event held by Google for developers from across the US and the world. As with all things... Read More →