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Content Insider #377 - Wearables By Miles Weston Oh thank Gawd Apple is going to release their watch onto the world so people don't have to keep complaining that the market won't be stable until they "arrive." Hate to say it but that won't be enough because too many people have too many ideas on what the wearables market should be and right now too many folks are shooting in the dark hoping they hit the bullseye. Most of the wearables right now are for show. There are a lot of nice ideas - cute even - but the market will really be established when they do things for you without being so obvious. Heck we're still looking for a platform that will let us exchange information with all of the other devices we're accumulating. Soon...soon. ...Read More »
Content Insider #377 - Wearables By Miles Weston Oh thank Gawd Apple is going to release their watch onto the world so people don't have to keep complaining that the market won't be stable until they "arrive." Hate to say it but that won't be enough because too many people have too many ideas on what the wearables market should be and right now too many folks are shooting in the dark hoping they hit the bullseye. Most of the wearables right now are for show. There are a lot of nice ideas - cute even - but the market will really be established when they do things for you without being so obvious. Heck we're still looking for a platform that will let us exchange information with all of the other devices we're accumulating. Soon...soon. ...Read More »
​Samsung's Biggest Headache Isn't Apple, It's China By Clip Syndicate Samsung Electronics and its smartphones are usually pitted against Apple's iPhone juggernaut, but the company has a much larger issue down market as it battles in a cutthroat Android market. In Samsung's fourth quarter earnings report, the company said it shipped 95 million phones and 11 million tablets. About 70 percent of those phones were smartphones. It's the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus against Samsung's Galaxy line of smartphones. The iPad battles Samsung's various tablets. ...Read More »
Free Microsoft Office Apps are Now Officially Available on Android Tablets By Clip Syndicate Android tablet users now have full-fledged Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps — for free. The beta versions of the Android apps have already been available in "preview" to some Microsoft users, but the official suite of Office apps launched in the Google Play store on Thursday. Some of the premium and business features, though, are only available for Office 365 subscribers. As with the Android, Microsoft Office for iOS, which launched in March 2014, is free to use. Of course, Microsoft has other plans for its Office suite beyond free-to-use apps. The desktop-friendly Office 2016 is slated for launch sometime later this year.

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Facebook Tops Wall Street Revenue Target in Fourth Quarter By Clip Syndicate Facebook Inc's revenue grew 49 percent in the fourth quarter, as mobile advertising growth helped the world's largest Internet social network beat Wall Street's targets for earnings and sales. Facebook shares fell about 2.6 percent in after-hours trade after vacillating above and below the closing price. Facebook's business has boomed thanks to its mobile ads for smartphones and tablets. ...Read More »
​Microsoft Stops Producing the Windows RT-based Surface 2 By Clip Syndicate Microsoft has confirmed it is has stopped manufacturing its Surface 2, which for now is the last of its ARM-based hybrid tablets that runs on Windows RT. There has been some confusion about the fate of Windows RT in the wake of the release of Windows 10 but there's yet another sign that its OS for ARM devices could be on its way out: Microsoft has stopped making the tablet. ...Read More »
Content Insider #376 - Second Look By Miles Weston CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is like fine dining. It is best to be tasted, eaten, consumed slowly but unfortunately that's impossible because it is like a limited time giant buffet. If you don't fill your plate with the best that is before you it's gone for another year and you missed out on something good...really good. Okay virtual reality, drones, robots and 3D printing isn't on everyone's diet but in small portions they're all pretty good and getting better. Of course if you're into these products you'd swear they are ready right now. Maybe. ...Read More »
Xbox One and Windows 10: New Best Friends By Clip Syndicate The Xbox One has always been a big black box full of promise. Would it be more than a game console? With Microsoft's Windows 10, it looks like the Xbox One's big convergence moment is finally here. Microsoft wants your Xbox to be your Everybox. For one, universal Windows apps will work on Xbox One. That was just announced during Microsoft's Windows 10 event by Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President of Operating Systems for Microsoft.

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Set Up Public WiFi at Your Small Business By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Offering free Internet access is a cost-effective way bring in customers. ...Read More »
How to Set Up a BYOD Policy By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Lay some ground rules for employees who use their personal devices for work. ...Read More »

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