All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Microsoft’

  • Boomers Upgrade to Windows 8

    Microsoft’s new Windows 8 has been evaluated from many different angles, but what’s the benefit of the upgrade to those of us way-back Windows users? Gary Kaye, who will be hosting a panel at this year’s Silvers Summit, looks at Win8 to see what the …

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  • MobileTrax Weighs in on Nokia’s New Lumia 920

    Excerpted from Gerry Purdy’s MobileTrax column, the Nokia Lumia 920 may be just the ticket for its versatility. It incorporates speed, a back and front facing camera and an enhanced system that improves photos taken in low light conditions: Read Gerrry’s review: Nokia and Microsoft are continuing …

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  • Fitbit – To Step or Not To Step

    In my last posting I promised to report on my progress with the Kinect and Xbox, but things took an unexpected turn when we began renovations on our kitchen. Since we live in a one bedroom apartment in Manhattan, renovating one room requires the destruction …

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  • Spotting Future Stars

    In 1997, I had the pleasure of being the Editor in Chief of FamilyPC Magazine (now defunct). When we did a story on “web wizards” – young kids who were doing cool things with PCs – we chose Vinny Pasceri, then the webmaster of Saychem …

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