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29/12/2014

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29/12/2014

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08/12/2014

Livescribe Echo Smartpen

The Livescribe Echo Smartpen allows you to record audio while you’re taking notes, and then play them back later. You can save and share interactive notes to your computer, iPad or iPhone via a micro-USB connector that also allows you to recharge your pen. The memory storage holds 400 or 800 hours of recorded audio, depending on the model, and includes an OLED display that makes it easy to navigate smartpen apps.

08/12/2014

Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard

The Logitech® Bluetooth® Multi-Device Keyboard K480 is designed for use with up to three devices, regardless of computing platform. Now, you can work on a report on your computer, and with the flick of the Easy-Switch dial, respond to a message on your smartphone or type a tweet on your tablet – all from the Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480.

29/06/2014

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05/06/2014

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26/05/2014

o appreciate Microsoft's latest tablet computer, you need to accept the notion that one device can do it all.

The Surface Pro 3 works as a tablet when you want to watch video or read e-books. It works as a laptop when you need to get serious work done. The Surface delivers on both, though it falls short of meeting Microsoft's claim to do so without compromising on either.

The Pro 3 runs a full version of Microsoft's Windows 8 system, the same as you get on a traditional desktop or laptop computer. That means that, unlike other tablets, it can run just about any program designed for Windows: Microsoft Office, Photoshop and more.

The Surface has a touch screen like other tablets, but it also has an optional cover that opens to reveal a physical keyboard and touchpad. It has a USB port and one for external displays, both of which are rare on tablets.

It also matches laptops in price. Although the new Surface starts at $799, the keyboard cover is $130 extra. As a laptop replacement, you'll want a faster processor and more memory. Configurations run up to $1,949, or $2,079 with the keyboard. A comparable MacBook Air laptop costs $1,749 - though buying a separate tablet will run you a few hundred dollars more.

The mid-range configuration comes out June 20, with the rest coming out later this summer. Microsoft began taking orders on Wednesday. I've had about a day with the Surface since Tuesday's announcement.

I wrote this story with my feet on my desk and the Surface on my lap. The previous model had a kickstand that rests in two positions - one for the desk and one for the lap. The new one gives you a range of angles, akin to adjusting a laptop screen on its hinge to any position. I was able to adjust the angle to reduce glare from overhead lights.

Of course, the MacBook also does all that, while allowing me to hold it in one hand. When I try to do that with the Surface, the keyboard or screen moves back and forth like a swing.

Then again, the MacBook isn't convenient to open on a crowded subway or bus, and it isn't comfortable for watching video in bed. The Surface, without the keyboard, is ideal for those situations.

Apple's iPad is good for that, too, and it has a greater range of tablet-specific apps unavailable for Windows or even Android.

The Surface and other Windows tablets have the benefit of being able to run multiple apps side by side, something I long for in the iPad when I want to check e-mail or Facebook while watching video. The Surface also has a bigger screen, at 12 inches diagonally, compared with the iPad's 9.7 inches.

The Surface comes with a stylus that feels like a real pen. Clicking on it takes you to Microsoft's OneNote app, where you can start handwriting or doodling, just as you would on a pad of legal paper. The screen is sensitive enough to tell whether you're pressing lightly or hard, and what appears adjusts accordingly, just like real paper.

One potential annoyance: The pen doesn't have a rechargeable battery. You need a AAAA battery (the first time I've heard of that size) plus two wristwatch-type coin-cell batteries. And you need a small screwdriver, not included, to replace the coin-cell batteries.

The new Surface departs from most other tablets, including previous Surface models, in adopting a screen ratio of 3:2. Most tablets use 16:9 for widescreen television. The iPad uses 4:3, which is common for older TV shows and standard digital photographs.

That means you'll get wasted space whether you watch 16:9 or 4:3 video. It tends to be one or the other on other tablets, though the amount of wasted space is larger when you do have it. Microsoft says the 3:2 ratio is the "sweet spot" that covers both types of content. It's also good for photos from single-lens reflex, or SLR, cameras.

A bigger consideration than the screen ratio is whether you need a single device that does all things.

There are plenty of professions that don't involve sitting at desks all day: health care, retail and teaching, to name a few. A hybrid might make sense in those cases.

But I'm not one of those people. wat of you??

When I'm reading e-books on a train or a bus, I prefer a smaller tablet or dedicated e-reader. When I'm editing photos or writing, I prefer a laptop with a larger screen. When I'm watching video, I prefer a streaming device attached to a big-screen TV.

The Surface is good for those who want just one device, but there are trade-offs, notwithstanding Microsoft's insistence otherwise.

26/05/2014

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26/05/2014

Secret hidden facts about mobile phones which the mobile manufacturers do not wish to reveal.

Buying a mobile is like buying a mobility lifestyle experience, a state wherein we enjoy being wireless, connected always and in a highly productive stance. Sometimes budget does influence our final purchase product but the price-tag is soon forgotten courtesy to the super-friendly usability experience provided by the phone in terms of productive applications, ease of use, features, capabilities and more. In the end what matters is how well we bode with our cell phones, after-all we are in the mobile age where connectivity is one of the basic needs for survival.

When we buy a phone, we often over-look inquiring about certain for-granted things as we are usually influenced by the buying market craze. We often follow the herd approach and buy mobile gadgets which are over advertised, or are common buys in market. Such an approach ends up leaving us with a really sorry feeling, because we do not get features and capabilities which we had expected in a for-granted manner. Unhappy with the product, we end up blaming ourselves for buying a dumb mobile phone. All this can be avoided by referring to the following inherent brand short-comings as listed below:

Apple:
Some people will swear by Steve Jobs name that Apple iPhone is the best mobile to be ever manufactured, but there are many who will literally be abusing Mr. Jobs for some defects, or rather said - shortcomings in the iPhone. An iPhone cannot be used to upload any media content to the internet. i.e. you cannot upload photos, music, documents etc! The phone is a battery guzzler and it drains power faster than the speed at which ice-cream melts in cold weather. Accessories for iPhone are very costly to come bay as they are non-standard and can be found only at select outlet. You are not allowed to send any business cards via an iPhone, neither is one allowed to transfer files via the iPhone. If these things matter to you, then there is absolutely no point in buying an iPhone, its Pandora s Box of problems.

Blackberry / RIM:
Research in Motion manufactures the Blackberry but its usually the later name which is used most often. Blackberry s are an executives first choice, especially when email services are given prime importance. A Blackberry is much more than just an email client, its also quite secure as it offers a decent data encryption system which is not present or offered by any other mobile brand. The Blackberry can send business cards i.e. digital contact copies and it can do that over its Bluetooth service too but only with another Blackberry mobile. Similarly file transfer is allowed only for Blackberry-to-Blackberry, There is no universal compatibility for Bluetooth transfers. This means that media file transfer from a Blackberry to any mobile other than Blackberry is completely restricted.

Android Phones:
Android may not be a mobile phone manufacturer but it is deployed across a lot many mobile phones by different manufacturers, sadly the defects prevalent in those variety of phones are same. While an Android is better than any Apple or Blackberry, it does have one single problem. Android phones eat up a lot of battery after apps are installed on them.Te apps keep on running in the background, causing battery usage for processing. This single problem is common to all Android based mobile phones and it has not been solved as of yet.

Nokia:
The pioneer of mobile technology, the company which brought mobile telephony to the masses is a sure problem free mobile technology giant. Nokia thinks a lot about consumer behavior and their needs before commissioning or launching a mobile phone. Nokia s satisfaction rate is one of the highest in this industry. The main problem which troubles Nokia a lot is actually not its own problem. Its problem is the availability of a lot of cheap Chinese rip-offs for its mobiles. The accessory segment especially is a cause of concern as it involves battery and battery charger which are supposed to be a part of delicate technology. Other than this availability, Nokia sure is the best.

We have taken due care to inform / reveal all secrets / facts of mobile phones which other people usually do not tend to look out for. While we do not want to influence your buying behavior, this article is only for educational and reference purpose. The above discussed defects / problems may be temporary and the companies associated wit them may correct them in due time.

28/01/2014

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28/01/2014

Hope you having a good day, check out our next lesson here:-
Organise your applications
On any new Windows XP installation, it's a good idea to stack the Quick Launch toolbar on top of a double-decked taskbar so that everything you use is close at hand. You can then add shortcuts for all of your regularly used applications to the Quick Launch toolbar, as well as shortcuts to My Computer and your My Documents folder.

27/01/2014

Hey Good lunch
Try out this after your lunch:-

Make folders stand out
When you're navigating your hard drive you can spend a lot of time looking at folders, so it's a good idea to customise them to suit your taste. Open the Folder Options control panel.

Here you can choose whether to show common task links to the left of folder windows, as well as the type of files you'd like displayed. You can change the icon or picture used to represent a folder (see tip 5), but you can also add a background image or colour to folders.

You could do this the hard way - by manually editing configuration files - but a better and easier way is to use a third-party program that can do the hard work for you. Windowpaper XP is that tool. Once installed, just select your chosen image, click 'Change Image' and select the image you want to use.

Note that you can't stretch or centre your chosen image - if it's smaller than the window in question it will tile, so bear that in mind when choosing your image. If the image is too vibrant, consider creating a copy in your image editor, then increasing the brightness and lowering the contrast to produce a washed-out look that won't distract you when browsing the folder.
have fun doing so
see you in the next class

27/01/2014

Hi pals there, hope u fine, an opportunity for you to learn your pc, lets get to class with [email protected] internet cafe, lets get to start:-

How to Remove the Recycle Bin on windows xp

If you prefer to work with a completely clear desktop, you can hide the Recycle Bin with a little Registry hack. You can still use the [Shift] + [Delete] shortcut to access the Bin when you need it.

Choose 'Start > Run' and type 'Regedit' in the 'Open' bar. Click 'OK'. Now browse to: HKEY_ LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Explorer\HideDesktop Icons\NewStartPanel. Create a new DWORD value and name it: '{645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E}'

Double-click this and change its value to '1'. Quit Registry Editor, then right-click an empty space somewhere on your desktop and choose 'Refresh'. The Recycle Bin icon will magically disappear from the desktop. You can get it back again at any time by changing the value back to '0'.
We look forward to talking to you in the next class.

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