Upon first hearing about Airwriting, I wasn’t sure if it was the latest music venture of Milli Vanilli or if I should expect Sean Connery in the White House Situation Room barking out commands! But this is not a joke or a movie – it is reality. The Airwriting system, developed by German computer scientists at . . . → Read More: No Touch Screen, No Keyboard: Enter Airwriting
Everybody wants a piece of the action when it comes to technology, so we should not be surprised when they try to get into the computer game. Most people spend their money on a personal computer, to be set up at home so they can spend more time at home. With a PC there are certain . . . → Read More: The Benefits of Having a Laptop
It is no secret that the place to go for business, reunions, conventions, weddings and just flat out fun is Las Vegas. Boasting convenience, space, restaurants, atmosphere and lower cost airfare and hotels, Las Vegas has been and continues to be one of the most heavily populated trade show and convention sites in the United States. . . . → Read More: Tech Rentals and Las Vegas Perfect Match
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For people on the go, Smartphones are proving to be an increasingly essential tool that caters to their travelling needs. With a seemingly endless variety of handsets launching every year, along with a plethora of apps and websites catering to travellers, the future of mobile technology in the travel industry looks . . . → Read More: More Travelers Use their Mobile Devices to book Flights and Hotels
A total of 20,000 apps in an online app store may not seem like much, especially when compared to more than 700,000 apps found in Apple’s app store and the more than 600,000 apps in the Google Play store. However, for an upstart in the app community like Microsoft, 20,000 apps is nothing to sneeze at.
Microsoft surpassed . . . → Read More: Windows 8 App Store Surpasses 20,000 Apps, Halfway to 40,000 App Goal
As if it needed another update, Apple is rumored to be planning another update to the design of the iPad. If past experiences can be used as a guide then the iPad may be in for an update in March or April of this year. Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster recently noted that Apple has averaged . . . → Read More: Apple Could Be Updating iPad this Spring According to Rumors
The Texas computer education association is holding its 33rd annual convention this month in Austin, Texas. From February 4-8 educators from around the country, ranging from system administrators to librarians will have the opportunity to network and learn how technology can be used to innovate the classroom and inspire students. More than four hundred presentations and . . . → Read More: The TCEA 2013 Convention is About “Learning in a New Light”
The Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino will be host to an expected 1,500 attendees from April 28 to May 2, 2013 at the Data Center World conference. Located on the Vegas strip, providing over 1.7 million square feet of meeting space, The Mandalay Bay creates the perfect site for the full Vegas experience.
This premier international conference . . . → Read More: Las Vegas Provides Premier Convention Site For Data Center World 2013