Archive for July, 2011

Microsoft Office 2011 To Add OS X Lion Features

Microsoft Office 2011 To Add OS X Lion Features

So all the new OS X Lion features are great, but what's the use if they're not compatible with your most used software applications. Despite many Mac computer adopters, a good number of them are still relying on Microsoft's Office suite for Mac, which currently does not support any of the new Lion features. Luckily, Microsoft has confirmed that they are busily working away at integrating them as we speak.

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Skyfire VideoQ iOS App To Queue Flash Videos

Skyfire VideoQ iOS App To Queue Flash Videos

Skyfire, popular for their mobile browser that enables viewing of Flash videos on the iOS platform, has just released a new iOS app called VideoQ. The app has similar functionality to its browser in allowing users to watch Flash videos on iOS after the files have been converted remotely, but focuses on the playback element.

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Windows Phone Mango Supports Music Streaming From SkyDrive

Windows Phone Mango Supports Music Streaming From SkyDrive

The Windows Phone Mango update promises more than 500 new features, one of which includes the integration of Microsoft's online cloud service called the SkyDrive. The feature lets you store photos, videos, and documents in the cloud for easy access and sharing. But with the newly released Mango beta build to developers earlier this week, it was discovered that the SkyDrive can also be used to stream music.

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OLED TV Panels Not Cost-Competitive Until 2014 Says Taiwan TFT-LCD Panel Maker

OLED TV Panels Not Cost-Competitive Until 2014 Says Taiwan TFT-LCD Panel Maker

It seems that while the TVs are pretty much as big as they're going to get (you can get them in any size now, basically,) the brightness and sharpness increases yearly, monthly, and even daily - but all this won't matter unless the manufacturers can make them cost-competitive. What this means, of course, is that the device is cheap enough to manufacture that the price they can offer it at to distributors will then be cheap enough that they can sell these devices to you and I. We want stuff that's not TOO expensive, but we want it to be top of the line too - so when are the OLEDs coming?

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AT&T Throttling Heavy-Use Unlimited Data Subscribers In Early October

AT&T Throttling Heavy-Use Unlimited Data Subscribers In Early October

If you're an AT&T customer still holding onto an unlimited data plan, you may start noticing some changes in the coming months. It's rumored that AT&T will begin throttling data speeds for its heavy-use unlimited data subscribers starting the first week of October. This could be another sign that the iPhone 5 is indeed landing in September and that AT&T is anticipating major data network congestion soon thereafter.

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Spotify Gets Sued For Patent Infringement

Spotify Gets Sued For Patent Infringement

Just two weeks since its U.S. debut, the popular European music service, Spotify, has already gotten a big American "welcome" complete with bear hugs and a patent lawsuit. The company has just been sued by multimedia software company PacketVideo for patent infringement. And oddly, the patent is essentially for music streaming, or some verbiage that resembles that.

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