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Google’s AI Assistant kicks it up a few notches!

This just came out in the news today, which I saw through the Mashable feed.  Google’s AI Assistant is really learning how to interact using natural language in a big way. The future, if it’s not now, is coming very … Continue reading

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Will Tablets Replace PCs? Part 2

Four years ago, I wrote a post that was in response to RJ Jacquez’s post on his blog about the advent of the Microsoft Surface’s release. My response to RJ Jacquez’s question: Will Tablets replace PCs? RJ’s argument was that while … Continue reading

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Microsoft Wants Autistic Coders. Can It Find Them And Keep Them? | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

Job interviews can be especially hard if you’re autistic. A Microsoft effort aimed at a wider spectrum of the workforce wants to solve that. Source: Microsoft Wants Autistic Coders. Can It Find Them And Keep Them? | Fast Company | … Continue reading

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Do we take our technical abilities for granted?

Last week, my son celebrated his 14th birthday. He only wanted one present to mark the occasion, namely a gaming computer. Now, this is something that he’s been pining for months now. Originally, he wanted something in the $3000 range. … Continue reading

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Move over, Google Glass! HoloLens is here!

Today, I tuned in to listen to the Windows 10 event that was to promote more about the upcoming new OS that many are anticipating will be a big improvement over Windows 8 and 8.1. While I’m a huge fan … Continue reading

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Death of the Desktop and Gaming as We Know It

In the past week, I’ve made two observations about how technology is going through an advancement surge. What I mean by that is that there are big changes happening, and it seems like it’s happening incredibly quickly–at least in my … Continue reading

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Word Up! ain’t just a Cameo song: A TechCommGeekMom book review

Being that I came of age in the late 1980s, my immediate thought when I hear the words, “Word Up!” is the Cameo song playing with all its funkalicious glory.  But now, “Word Up!” has a new meaning for me … Continue reading

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