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by Frank - 2 weeks ago

KeepSolid Sign eSignature App Gets Documents Signed Faster

Back in the old days if you wanted a document signed you had to send it via a horse and rider, then by stagecoach and eventually there was a dependable mail system in place, but that still took a lot of time to get the job done. You’d also have to go through the arduous task of reviewing it, someth...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

Noontec’s Hammo Wireless Headphones

Whether you’re a DJ or just dancing around your house listening to some tunes, Noontec’s Hammo Wireless Headphones should be what is pumping the music into your ears. There’s a reason that everyone from broadcast and recording studios to audio enthusiasts make it their top choice for headphones. The...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

Wanna Run 10 Marathons This Year? Try a StandDesk

If you have any kind of an office job or work on the computer all day long, you are well aware of the toll that it can take on your body. Sedentary lifestyles don’t do anyone any good. While you sit and type away in front of your computer screen, you’re not getting the proper exercise that you need...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

Best Mirrorless Cameras in 2018

If you’re researching the best mirrorless cameras, you’re definitely not the only one. In 2018, mirrorless cameras are still a very hot topic, and their popularity among everyone from beginners to professional photographers is growing every day. The advantages of mirrorless cameras over DSLR...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

MSI reveals new range of high powered gaming laptops

by Edwin - on April 6th, 2018 Gamers are a very discerning group, and the more serious they are, the more careful they become when it concerns their gaming hardware. After all, two players who are more or less similar when it comes to in-game skills, can see their performance affected for bet...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

IDG Contributor Network: Beware the danger of alarm fatigue in IT monitoring

We’ve all experienced it: being bombarded by monitoring alerts and alarms that ultimately make us ignore them. Let’s look at how to streamline them to get meaningful data and a good night’s sleep. False alarms One of the most insidious problems in the IT monitoring space is the challenge of dealing...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

Beware these 2 barriers to successful cloud migration

Cloud migration is hard. Can it be easy? Yes, when all the applications are well-designed, the databases have consistent and nonredundant structures, and security requirements are straightforward and well understood.  But that’s never the case.  Migrating from on-premises systems to the public clo...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

Open source isn’t the community you think it is

Name your favorite open source project, and the odds are good—very good—that a small handful of contributors account for the vast majority of significant development thereof. The odds are just as good that most of those contributors work for just one or a few vendors. Such is open source today, and...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

25 simple tools for building mobile apps fast

Appcelerator combines an IDE, an SDK, multiple frameworks, and back-end cloud services into an enterprise-level system for mobile development. The Titanium SDK lets you develop native, hybrid, and mobile web applications from a single codebase, with between 60 and 90 percent code reuse across devic...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

Case-Mate Power Pad Fast Wireless Charger

by Edwin - on April 5th, 2018 Case-Mate has introduced a fair number of accessories for mobile devices in the past, and it has certainly not stopped doing so in the past few years. Their accessories are not only stylish but highly functional in nature, and this time around the company has dec...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

If you develop software with Microsoft, you now own the rights

Microsoft will let customers share intellectual property developed in partnership with the company. The move aligns with what analysts expect will be a growing concern for IT, with more and more enterprises becoming involved in software development. There has been confusion over who owns newly crea...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Smartphone Review

So it’s that time of the year for Samsung to show us what the next big thing is. And where in 2017 it was all about a new encompassing display, in 2018 it’s about the camera. On the surface, the Galaxy S9 and S9+ are an iterative update, if there’s ever been one. But that’s not a bad thing. There w...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

VogDUO Charger Go Ultra Slim USB-C Car Charger

by Edwin - on April 4th, 2018 The modern day person does have his or her fair share of gadgets to bring about no matter where they go. The smartphone is considered to be a staple item for many, while others might carry around a tablet to be more productive while one is on-the-move, in additio...

by Frank - 2 weeks ago

Mu-so Qb Compact Music System: Wireless Speakers with Little Compromise

We are living in the year 2018, so where are the robots we were promised would be in our homes? Where are the hovercars? While I’m at it, why can’t we have a powerful music system stuffed inside of a compact cube? Well, actually we can. We’re still waiting for the robots to do all of our chores and...