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New Children in the Surface Pro 3 Family of Devices

Microsoft just announced a new model to the Surface Pro 3 family of devices. It is the Intel Core i7 with 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. 292 more words

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Surfacing everywhere: Was the Surface tablet a failure?

Whenever I attend a meeting, I can’t help but notice what kind of laptop someone brings to help them with their workload. Several things I’ve noticed when people bring their personal machines to meetings: Macbooks are unsurprisingly popular, tablets are also carried as a tandem device, and business laptops are not going away. 779 more words

Finding a new best Ebook reader

I am, by-and-large, not an early adopter of technology. By which I mean, I am not the sort of person to go after the “Latest And Greatest” just because. 535 more words


Burglar Swipes Thousands In Electronics From Software Company

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DORAL (CBSMiami) – A man was captured on surveillance breaking into a software company, by way of a screwdriver, and got away with thousands in electronics. 336 more words


Deploying Windows on Surface Pro Using MDT 2013

The Surface Pro is getting very popular that it finally landed in my office. That means I have to create an image or a deployment task sequence within the MDT server, so I could push out a custom image to the device. 83 more words


Selling my Surface Pro 3 256gb i5 Version!

You can find the eBay link here:

Auction will be ending June 9 at 7:00PM PST.


Firmware Updates for Surface Pro Tablets

Microsoft ships firmware updates for its most recent Surface Pro tablets

If there’s one thing that I’ve been very keen on keeping up with, its all of the updates that are coming down with the Windows 10 Windows Insider program.  I’m trying to stay on top of all of the changes to Windows 10, so that I can, at least, sound like I know what I’m talking about when something cool and exciting makes its way into the wild.  Sometimes it doesn’t seem like much is happening, and I end up… 65 more words

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