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Is Office 2013 For You?

Windows

Is Office 2013 For You?

I’ve been running the Microsoft Office 2013 trial on my new Windows 8 tablet lately, in order to get a good look at the finished product and decide whether to upgrade from Office 2010. While researching the paid options, however, I noticed that there is a bit of a disparity between the various paid options and the free software offered as part of Microsoft Office Web Apps. In short, there is a good chance that many users could be suckered into purchasing a copy of Microsoft Office 2013

Christian Cawley March 14, 2013 14-03-2013
Is Office 2013 For You?
Netflix Gets Social – Adds Facebook Integration In The US [Updates]

Internet

Netflix Gets Social – Adds Facebook Integration In The US [Updates]

Netflix has announced that Facebook sharing is coming to US subscribers “over the coming days”, and expects all users to get access to the feature by the end of the week. A feature that many Netflix users have longed for – and others dreaded – Facebook sharing gives you the ability to connect the streaming service to Facebook so your friends can see what you’re is watching.

Dave LeClair March 14, 2013 14-03-2013
Netflix Gets Social – Adds Facebook Integration In The US [Updates]
How To Use Skype As Your Main Home Phone Line

Internet

How To Use Skype As Your Main Home Phone Line

It’s 2013 – stop paying for a land line. If you’ve got broadband Internet you can set up Skype, pay for a subscription and and keep your total home phone bill under $5 a month – long distance to phones throughout North America included (rates vary for other countries). Kannon showed you how to save hundreds on your mobile phone bill in three easy steps, and Skype can save the day with its cheap long-distance plans.

Justin Pot March 14, 2013 14-03-2013
How To Use Skype As Your Main Home Phone Line
Create a More Organized & Productive Workspace With Q-Dir [Windows]

Windows

Create a More Organized & Productive Workspace With Q-Dir [Windows]

I have to be completely honest here, I’ve never been completely happy with Windows File Explorer. I think the last time I actually liked the graphical layout of a Windows file system was Windows 3.1. Seriously. What I liked about it was how accessible everything was on a single screen. Everything was in well-organized squares of data, so productivity was better in my opinion.

Ryan Dube March 14, 2013 14-03-2013
Create a More Organized & Productive Workspace With Q-Dir [Windows]
Leaving Cash Behind: Using a Digital Wallet For a Week

Android

Leaving Cash Behind: Using a Digital Wallet For a Week

It’s been just under two years since Google came out with Google Wallet, a revolutionary way to use your Android smartphone or tablet’s NFC capabilities to pay for stuff that you regularly buy. Since the service first came out, there are now a number of devices which are capable of using it, provided you’re also on the right carrier. It also supports MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express credit cards.

Danny Stieben March 14, 2013 14-03-2013
Leaving Cash Behind: Using a Digital Wallet For a Week
10 YouTube Channels For Original Animations

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10 YouTube Channels For Original Animations

YouTube has become the new home for original content creators, with many forging exciting new careers for themselves by making videos which are watched by millions of people. In the same way that reality television has managed to find stars lurking among the masses, YouTube (as well as its various alternatives) has offered an opportunity for talented people to find an online audience. One genre that demonstrates this trend extremely well is animation.

Dave Parrack March 14, 2013 14-03-2013
10 YouTube Channels For Original Animations
The Gadgets & Games Of Kickstarter: March 14th 2013 Edition

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The Gadgets & Games Of Kickstarter: March 14th 2013 Edition

Perhaps you haven’t heard, but there is this nifty website called Kickstarter where people can pledge to support projects that they’re interested in. Little things – like Android game consoles, eInk watches, and high-budget video games. Each Kickstarter is its own drama representing the hopes and dreams of at least one person. Will it succeed? Will it fail? Will it become a media sensation?

Matt Smith March 14, 2013 14-03-2013
The Gadgets & Games Of Kickstarter: March 14th 2013 Edition
RIP Google Reader: Google’s RSS Reader Will Shut Down On July 1st [Updates]

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RIP Google Reader: Google’s RSS Reader Will Shut Down On July 1st [Updates]

Google Reader, Google’s popular RSS application, will be shut down on July 1 of this year. The company has revealed the news in a blog post that spells the end for another batch of Google features and products. The company has cited a decline in users as the main reason for Reader’s closure, though admits the service has a “loyal following”.

Tim Brookes March 14, 2013 14-03-2013
RIP Google Reader: Google’s RSS Reader Will Shut Down On July 1st [Updates]
Sennheiser HD 598 Headphones Review and Giveaway

Product Reviews

Sennheiser HD 598 Headphones Review and Giveaway

There are only a few things which can unite people more than music. People who enjoy the same tastes in music tend to get along better, or simply enjoy sharing their favorite bands to each other. In any case, great music is good to have, but you also have to give it justice by playing it through great hardware. Forget about those cheap $10 earbuds, you’ll need to invest in some quality headgear to hear your music the way it was meant to be heard. Therefore, a good start would be listening through some audiophile-quality headphones, such as the $250 Sennheiser HD 598. And, if luck would have it, you may be able to win one at the end of this review!

Danny Stieben March 14, 2013 14-03-2013
Sennheiser HD 598 Headphones Review and Giveaway
Dropbox 2.0 Includes Quick Access To Share Actions & File Upload Tracking [Updates]

Internet

Dropbox 2.0 Includes Quick Access To Share Actions & File Upload Tracking [Updates]

Popular cloud storage and file-sharing service Dropbox has released an update to its desktop client for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The new version adds the ability to track file uploads and other changes straight from the desktop client’s menubar. All changes are now listed in a drop-down window, which also includes buttons for quickly sharing files and accepting folder-sharing invitations

Bakari Chavanu March 14, 2013 14-03-2013
Dropbox 2.0 Includes Quick Access To Share Actions & File Upload Tracking [Updates]
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