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Spreading the Gospel of Glasses-Free 3D Technology

Almost everyone that “knows” will proclaim that 3D is dead. Gone. Demised.

The slow death is particularly evident in the slow, agonizing palpitations of 3D television, as channels and TV sets dedicated to the medium disappear. 448 more words

Consumer Tech

Owning A Good Laptop

The comic post that was due today will now become the post for Monday. After all, I promised a comic review on the front page and that is exactly what you’re going to get, but not now, sadly. 520 more words

GeekOut Discussion

"Desksourcing" Is A New Labor Market Concept In The Mobile-First World 

I’ve always been fascinated by how labor markets work. People are the foundation for how things get done. How we organize across and within companies impacts both creativity and efficiency. 663 more words


5 Useful Motivations for Daily Writing

Fiction writers do not have it easy. Unless you’re Stephen King or John Grisham who are paid advances at the mere hint of a new novel, you are expected to write “on spec”, or on your own volition with no promise of publication or reward. 678 more words


Lollipop On An Antique Phone: Yes You Can!

Contrary to popular belief, some older Android smartphones can run Android 5 aka. Lollipop. Here’s a fine example: the Samsung Galaxy S Plus (SGS+) that I bought three and a half years ago is now an unofficial CyanogenMod 12.1 phone. 292 more words


The App Economy takes off

Mobile computing is growing so fast and evolving so quickly it is hard to make sense of it all. The most recent leap, which includes sharing platforms, wearables and mobile payments, are based on unique service applications (or apps) that run on a smartphone and seamlessly handle everyday activities. 734 more words


Metro AccessPoint Mobile Computing Systems

The all-new Metro AccessPoint™ Mobile Computing System has been designed from the ground up to provide an unmatched user experience to both caregivers and IT professionals. 551 more words

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