Tag Archive: technology

Sep 03 2013

Microsoft Buys Nokia

The last time Microsoft bought a phone company, it didn’t go so well. The took the preciously hip Danger and turned it into something that nobody wanted. Quite a coup, wouldn’t you say?

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Aug 28 2013

ABBYY BCR Review

It is a classic business conundrum. You have been out at a tradeshow or conference for several days. You arrive back in the office with voicemails to return, email to triage and a stack of business cards of contacts and potential clients as tall and lofty as your quota expectations after a bluebird year. What …

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Aug 26 2013

How To Choose A Tablet

The best tip I can leave you with is this: The latest and greatest will come at a premium in the land of tablet computing. If it serves your needs, it does not matter whether you buy new or used.

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Aug 20 2013

Freedom Pop Review

This article originally appeared at Living on the Cheap The allure of something free: It tempts us, taunts us and beckons us closer. New wireless Internet provider FreedomPop is another of those crazy startup companies that is trying change the rules on how we access the Internet. As you can guess from the company’s name, “FREE” …

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Aug 16 2013

iBattz iPhone Battery Case Review

I am thrilled to be doing a guest post review for the Restless Tech blog today – especially as it gave me a chance to try out my first external charging case. I may technically be a Restless Tech offspring but today, you may call me Expert Technology Reviewer. I will be adding that title …

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Jul 26 2013

Google Chromecast Review

You have to love it when the technorazzi don’t see something coming and most of us were surprised when Google pulled the tiny Chromecast widget out of their bag of tricks along with the expected refresh of the Nexus 7. The Chromecast is not a radically new idea. Streaming across WiFi to an HDMI port …

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Jul 23 2013

Artiphon

I stumbled across the Artiphon Instrument 1 at Summer NAMM in Nashville and I have to say that I am intrigued. The Instrument 1 is a controller that uses the iPhone5 for its heart and soul and can be played guitar style or like a violin under your chin. A proprietary fingerboard has over the …

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Jul 17 2013

Boddie Bows Smartwatch

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While I was finishing up the review of someone else’s smart watch Boddie’s Indiegogo campaigncaught my eye. The Boddie seems to be a really good balance of form and function if they can follow through on the promise they are making. Notifications from Twitter and Facebook, pushed text messages and gesture based control of presentation …

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Jul 13 2013

ChromeBook Review

This article was originally on Living on the Cheap Google is nearly everywhere. It is an Internet company of monstrous proportions and it is hard to believe that it has insinuated itself so completely into our lives in a mere 16 years. Think about that … there was no Google before 1997. Google search, YouTube, …

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Jul 05 2013

Aftershokz M2 Review

Aftershoks makes a series of headphones that rest on your cheekbones rather than in your ear and use that contact point to pass the sound into your inner ear. Why would you want to use them? There are a couple of reasons.

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