QuickOffice App Review QuickOffice is an iOS & Android app that allows you to view, create, and edit Microsoft Office documents, presentations, and spreadsheets. It is the best mobile office suite that you can use to create and edit Microsoft Office files on your mobile phones and tablets. It is free and available for all iOS and Android devices that you can access with your Google account.
Sep 1 2014, 2:33pm CDT
The HP Chromebook 14 is a Great Back to School Necessity HP Chromebook is available at Amazon for $306.99.
It is that time of year again time for students to start getting ready for back to school. Make sure they have the best with the HP Chromebook 14. It is great looking...
Jul 24 2014, 3:55pm CDT
iPhone 6 Specs Leak on Amazon With friends like these who needs enemies? Having struggled to keep a lid on iPhone 6 leaks Apple has now had details of its new iPhone leaked by its biggest retail partner – Amazon. In an accidental post, Amazon Japan...
Jul 15 2014, 1:52pm CDT
Dropbox App Review Dropbox is a productive mobile phone app which lets you effectively store and retrieve all your documents with ease. Your documents can include photos, videos, text files, etc which can be easily shared with your friends as well. The Dropbox basically allows you to keep all your mobile data and desktop computer data to be stored at one place. It is also ideal to store your official data and the home system data at one place for synchronization and for ease of access.
Jul 8 2014, 4:40am CDT
Best Productivity Apps for Android A Smartphone is useless without apps. There are a lot of apps available for the Smartphone. These apps can range from games, entertainment, news, sports, and several productivity apps.
Jun 24 2014, 8:41am CDT
Best Office Apps for Android Most of us have to deal with a lot of paperwork. One of the best ways to keep the piles of paper on your desk from growing is by doing it online. Today’s smartphones and tablets are equipped with fast processing speeds that can easily handle office applications. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about bringing your laptop with you all the time. You can easily access your documents and presentations anywhere, anytime.
Jun 17 2014, 1:11pm CDT
Cloud Storage Wars: Apple unleashes iCloud Storage Apple has been threatening Dropbox since at least December 2009. Back then, Steve Jobs summoned Dropbox’s CEO Drew Houston and told him his fledgling startup was a “feature, not a product.” Houston rebuffed Jobs’...
Jun 3 2014, 5:12am CDT
Everyone Can Buy Google Glass Now, Please Don't The velvet rope is no more. If you want Google Glass, the sometimes-hard-to-define, next-big-thing from Google, you can now plunk down $1,500 and order a pair. But even if you’ve really been dying to have Google Glass,...
May 14 2014, 12:54am CDT
Equinix Is Productizing Flash Trading Computing Architecture In his new book, Flash Boys, Michael Lewis directs his gleeful analytic spotlight on flash trading. True to form, Lewis tells a heroic story, in this case about how a team from Royal Bank of Canada found a defense for...
Apr 16 2014, 4:54am CDT
Jeff Bezos Chose the Wrong Forcing Function for AWS Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos loves forcing functions. At some point before 2010, Bezos decided that it was time for Amazon Web Services to make some rapid progress, so he started a project to move the computing infrastructure...
Apr 10 2014, 5:35am CDT
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