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Tag Archives: Android
Just within the last month or so, I’ve been made aware of two tablet computers made for especially kids–and ones that weren’t something like a glorified LeapFrog or VTech toy. There is a place for LeapFrog and VTech-type tablets for … Continue reading
I’m very excited as this is my 100th post here on techcommgeekmom.com, and with this 100th post, I am able to present all of my readers with a special preview. Adobe’s Technical Communications Suite 4.0 (TCS4) is now out! Woo … Continue reading
With the announcement of the new Windows Surface tablet coming out later in 2012, the new Nexus tablet coming out as well, and the rumors of an iPad mini possibly coming out in the fall, it’s made me think about … Continue reading
In the mobile technology wars, it’s been a war between the technology of Adobe Flash versus HTML 5. This has been a long going–at least in Internet years–battle royale that has been going on for a while, but it appears that … Continue reading
This is another installment of my “Blast from the Past” entries originally posted in my academic blog. This one comes to us from May 8th, 2010– almost exactly two years ago! It’s interesting to read that some of these issues … Continue reading
Does anyone remember all the hype about 13 years ago about how life as we knew it was going to be destroyed merely by the fact that most of the computing machines running around the world weren’t programmed to go … Continue reading