This is gearing up to be one nightmare Holiday season. I say this in the sense that there are too many gadgets to purchase and it is looking like it is going to break everyone’s bank accounts. We happen to Continue reading For The Holidays: Tablet, PC, Xbox One or All?
Starts like a joke … but it’s just reality. One is an Advertising company, wants you to use their software and hardware so you can count as captive audience to their advertising clients. Hardware and software are a way to Continue reading Four Companies Walk Into A Bar…
As reported on a previous article (click [here]), we just completed a migration into Google Apps. Our initial goal was to replace MS Exchange, but we are going to use the other features available in our yearly fees. In this Continue reading Mobile Access to Google Apps
I feel like I just dumped a girlfriend of 15 years. I’ve preferred MS Exchange since it was initially released. I used other platforms in the past (including MS Mail in the 1990’s and Lotus Notes in several revisions). I Continue reading Can You Change Your Email Platform Of Choice After More Than A Decade?
The Samsung Galaxy Tab, everybody is waiting for this machine with huge expectations. Why? Well, technically this machine brings some features that the iPad does not have. That with Android 2.2 supporting Flash and the fact that this device is Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Tab
Buying a Chinese clone is a risky business and not exactly the Tom’s Cruise movie where everybody speaks in English. But… The quality of Chinese electronics is raising while the price still unmatchable and that makes very hard to resist Continue reading How to buy a clone from China
The most innovative device of this year has been released to the market for just $1100: The Toshiba Libretto W100. The W100 is using Windows 7, to me the only OS capable of using efficiently the dual touch screen installed Continue reading Toshiba W100
I have been using the iPad for a few days already and while in some tasks it is perfect in other tasks is not. In another hand I have found that in some daily tasks where according to some owners Continue reading W7 against iPad
History has a way of repeating itself… some people (and by extension, some companies) are not willing to learn from this industry’s mistakes. We have all dealt in one form or another of bloatware. For those of you who don’t Continue reading Bloatware And Malware In Your Android Smartphone?
While the iPhone 4 could be called the Apple’s disaster, the iPad is becoming a best seller product. The iPad is what most of us wanted to see when Microsoft announced the Origami Project. What were we expecting from MS: Continue reading Apple took over the Origami Project