April 17, 2014

  • cloud Post-Its
    Cloud Services – Compete For Your Notes Part 1

    e certainly have a long way to go toward being a paperless society. In 2012 alone, the world ...

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  • evernote
    Evernote Review

    his 5-year-old service boasts over 75 million users and is chock-full of features for capturing ...

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  • Annoying Web Browser Toolbars
    How to Remove Annoying Web Browser Toolbars

    rowser toolbars can often be useful, and there are occasions when you might purposefully ...

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  • iOS & Windows
    Sync Between iOS & Windows

    he iWork suite of apps, which comprises Pages, Numbers and Keynote, is available as a free ...

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  • 64-bit apple
    64-bit Smartphone?

    ne of the headline features of Apple’s iPhone 5s is its 64-bit A7 chip, but should we care? ...

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Cloud Services – Compete For Your Notes Part 1

e certainly have a long way to go toward being a paperless society. In 2012 alone, the world printed enough A4 pages to blanket New York City 237 times. The IDC study also found that digital hardcopy devices (like single- and multifunction ...

Evernote Review

his 5-year-old service boasts over 75 million users and is chock-full of features for capturing notes; whether those notes be text, images, or audio recordings. One of highlights of Evernote’s service  is the OCR capabilities built into the ...

Sync Between iOS & Windows

he iWork suite of apps, which comprises Pages, Numbers and Keynote, is available as a free download for any iOS device running iOS 7 bought and activated on or after 1 September 2013. That includes the new iPhone 5s and 5c, as well as any iPad, ...

64-bit Smartphone?

ne of the headline features of Apple’s iPhone 5s is its 64-bit A7 chip, but should we care? Does it make it noticeably better than the 32-bit iPhone 5? Is the 5s twice as good? It’s easiest to think of the processor as the heart of a smartphone, ...

Your Online Privacy Matters ?

he documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden illustrated the startling reach of the world’s largest intelligence agencies. We learned that the agencies collaborated with technology companies to make it easier to spy on the public. ...

Nero 2014 Platinum Review

he venerable set of multimedia utilities, Nero, has seen a relatively minor revamp for the 2014 edition. Like many mature and comprehensive suites, it’s hard to see what can usefully be added, but Nero has highlighted four key areas: TV ...

Windows 8.1 Good or Bad ?

t’s been a few months since Windows 8 was launched, but the radical redesign remains a source of frustration for many. Fundamentally, nothing has changed in 8.1 – there’s still the desktop and separate Modern UI, and two versions of Internet ...

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

he Galaxy Note 3 offers stunning performance, and an amazing and huge screen. Furthermore, it feels like a premium device, and it’s slim and light enough for the massive screen to seem like a bonus rather than a hindrance. The Note 3 has ...