Monthly Archives: May 2013

Android tip: Scan and upload receipts to Google Drive.

  Are you a stickler for keeping your receipts? If so, there’s a new feature in Google Drive for Android that’s right up your alley. The latest version of the Google Drive app lets you scan just about any paper … Continue reading

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10 things that are hard to find (or gone altogether) in Office 2013

Every new version has its pros and cons, and Office 2013 is no different. For the most part, you’ll find the desktop version similar to Office 2010. However, there are some new features, and they come at a cost. Office … Continue reading

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A Big Blue Update is Coming for Windows 8

Keep your eyes open in the coming months as Microsoft has announced it plans to release a preview of Windows Blue in June. The trial, which offers a look at a major overhaul to Windows 8’s user interface and settings, … Continue reading

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Much Needed Update for Core Windows 8 Apps Mail Released by Microsoft

Were you disappointed when you tried out the bundled apps Mail, Calendar and People included with Windows 8? I sure was.  My initial delight at finding a built-in email client faded fast when I got a chance to try it … Continue reading

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NVIDIA’s Shield Mobile Gaming System Feels Like The Way Android Games Should Be Played

NVIDIA brought its new Shield handheld gaming system to Google I/O this year and showed off a near-production device. The Shield made its debut at CES this year, surprising most since it’s a consumer handheld device from a company that … Continue reading

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RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 10 with Diagrams

RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks,originally Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. On most situations you will be using one of the following four levels of RAIDs. RAID 0 RAID 1 RAID 5 RAID 10 (also known as RAID … Continue reading

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