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Why the World is Turning to Smartphones 0

Why the World is Turning to Smartphones

These days, having a smartphone instead of the ordinary mobile phone is not anymore being eyed as contemptuous or a waste of money. Instead, it’s quickly becoming a lifestyle for many—young professionals, corporate executives, business owners, medical and legal practitioners, students, even the ordinary housewives!

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iPad vs. iPhone vs. iPod Touch: What’s Best For Your Gaming Buck?

There is no question that Apple makes a solid product. There is also no question that there is an extremely large amount of Apps that are available for those products, so the question is not if Apple is the best mobile gaming device but which Apple mobile gaming devices is the best for gaming?

Google Voice Search Lands on iOS, Could Spell Trouble For Siri 0

Google Voice Search Lands on iOS, Could Spell Trouble For Siri

The tech world’s most favorite former partners-turned-enemy couples Apple and Google are once again going at it, and once again, Google will probably come out with the upper hand. In a move that probably shouldn’t really be all that surprising, Google is introducing a voice assistant system much like Apple’s Siri to iOS. This is a big step for Google, but not really in the direction of mending any ties between the former Google Maps partner.

Autonomic Computing – A Virtual Human Nervous System? 0

Autonomic Computing – A Virtual Human Nervous System?

The chances are high that you must have seen sci-fi movies where there are computing models, which are self-managed and they can even heal themselves magically in case of any damage. But, what if we tell you that this isn’t a distant dream anymore? Well, yes that’s for real; autonomic computing is a kind of computing model wherein the system is self-configured, self-healing, self-managed, and self-protected. It is designed in such a way that it mimics the nervous system of the human body in that the nervous system of the autonomous system acts, and reacts to stimuli irrespective of the conscious input of the individual.

ForcePads: the Future of Point Devices? 0

ForcePads: the Future of Point Devices?

The rapid modern progression in computer technology has seen the world of consumers having to rapidly adapt to new point devices with which to interact with their devices. Over time, developers have tried to get more and more from initially simple designs.

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Do Mobile Price Wars Benefit Consumers?

Over the past few years, the price of smart phones and tablet computers has decreased significantly. While some of this price reduction is due to improved manufacturing processes, a significant cause of recent price reductions is increased competition. As more manufacturers enter the mobile consumer electronics market, the price of these goods will drop. The following guide explores how mobile price wars impact the consumer experience.

Inspiring Joomla Website Designs 0

Inspiring Joomla Website Designs

Joomla has become a very popular content Management system in the past for growing entrepreneurs. It has enabled site owners to conduct their business efficiently by letting them handle their online presence effortlessly.

Tools and Tactics to drive traffic to your website 0

Tools and Tactics to drive traffic to your website

Driving traffic to your website is the goal of any social media campaign. Let’s take a look at some of the most widely used tools and tactics to improve both the quality and quantity of visitors to your website.

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UseNeXt – A powerful newsreader for Usenet

Many of you must be familiar with Usenet, a discussion system on the internet that was born around 1979. It is much like a predecessor to the present day bulletin boards or forums. UseNeXT is a service provider that allows members to gain access to the files on Usenet. Both copyrighted and non copyrighted files are available for download via UseNeXT. Using the software, you can gain access to over 60K newsgropus on Usenet. The Usenet servers have large files stored on their servers which are split into smaller bits as RAR archives. These are later on joined together using PAR files or the parity files.