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Category Archives: Hardware
There’s an interesting article in Bloomsberg BusinessWeek titled Amazon, the Company that Ate the World. The title may seem just a bit over the top, but the content is interesting. I enjoyed the commentary on Amazon.com‘s business strategy. I admit … Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia … or any other computer, for that matter. As usual, I had several calls over the holidays asking me for recommendations on buying a new computer. This year, all the requests related to laptops. What these callers … Continue reading
Television has been changing for some time as cable programming becomes more sophisticated (no, not the content–that’s still pretty dumb–the delivery), and TiVo makes it easier to watch what we want, when we want. Multiple channels now spread out the … Continue reading
Some useful commentary. Make sure to read the comments.
The Phantom Flex is probably not your next video camera. The price has yet to be announced, but will doubtless be high. But you (I) can drool.
Opensource.com lists a few. The TouchBook is available in the United States according to its support web site. I wasn’t able to find confirmation that the iFreeTablet will be. It’s developed in Spain, and the English version of the web … Continue reading
… and gizmag has the story. I’m particularly interested in such readers since my company Energion Publications offers a number of ebooks in formats that could be read. No indication is given of a release in the United States.
I was fascinated to find a discussion of the difference between a ditto machine and a mimeograph. For what it’s worth, my memory of the difference between the two is the same as Michael Sheehan indicated in his post. The … Continue reading
Since I always like to check for other people who have used particular hardware items before I buy, I thought I’d write a short post about this printer. First, the print is beautiful and the printer is extremely easy to … Continue reading
. . . according to TechRepublic’s Jason Hiner.