Software

Ten Cool Things You Can Do With Twitter

Twitter has taken off in a larger way than perhaps even its founders ever imagined. Personally, when Twitter first appeared, I felt it had only limited appeal, at least in the way it was rolled out and marketed. Of course, Twitter has evolved and grown. And oh how it has grown. But did you know […]

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Weekly Deals: HP Dm1z, Lenovo IdeaPad S205, HDTVs & Apps for Cheap

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This week’s deal features the new breed of netbooks that are light in weight but not on performance, unlike previous Atom-based machines that you could almost hear crying in pain as you tortured tasked it with streaming a YouTube video. Terrible analogy aside, here are the deals:

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Exclusive Preview of iOS 5 on YouTube

With hype of the pending Apple announcements when WWDC kicks off Monday, we scoured the web looking for clues about OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud and found the following spoiler preview of iOS 5. Enjoy!

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SignNow Lets You Electronically Sign Documents from Desktop or Mobile

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Finally signatures have a chance to move into the digital world with the forming of a new company, SignNow. SignNow offers you software for your computer or smartphone that allows anyone, anywhere to sign documents. Since electronic signatures are legally binding in the US the system is an improvement on traditional pen and paper as […]

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What to Look for in Mac File Recovery Software

If you have an Apple Mac computer, then you should know that it isn’t 100% magical, and like other computers, it is subject to the nuances and vagaries of any other complex computing system. For example, you may need to recover a file from time to time. We’ll cover the ins and outs of that […]

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GMail Gets Background Sending, Saves You Time

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Here’s another productivity- and efficiency-based reason to use Gmail – background sending. This new Gmail Lab lets you quickly return to reading and processing email without having to wait for the current one to be sent. To turn the feature on, just go to the Labs tab under Settings and enable Background Send. This one […]

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MyWi App: Save Money on iPad 3G, Buy a Wi-Fi iPad and Tether to your iPhone

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If you want an iPad with 3G but don’t want to pay the extra money then you can tether it to your iPhone and use your iPhone’s unlimited data plan. The app to do this is MyWi and allows you to use your iPhone as a 3G modem for your iPad. If you hadn’t guessed […]

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PowerGramo Offers Business-Grade Skype Solutions

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PowerGramo is an enterprise-level Skype call recording suite. There are a few different versions of the software, costing between $15 and $45 for the license, and all can record Skype-to-Skype calls. The basic version will allow you to record conference calls and export to OGG and WAV formats, but as you go up the software […]

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Will Microsoft Spoil the Skype Home User Experience?

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So what will Microsoft do with Skype now that they’ve paid a staggering $8.5 billion for the Internet-based communications company? Are you worried that your free video conferencing service will die at the hands of Bill Gates’ former empire? The Internet is rife with our patents and rumors regarding what Microsoft plans to do with […]

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Review: Nighty Night! HD iPad Bedtime App for Kids

Nighty Night! HD iPad app

As the dad of a one-year old who seriously dislikes going to bed, I thought I would take this bestselling app for a spin. Nighty Night! HD is essentially an interactive bedtime book for toddlers aged 1-4. The app built especially for the Apple iPad helps kids learn about your run-of-the-mill farm animals as well […]

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