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February 28, 2013 | Shawn Tennyson: uPostCard Kiosks Capture the Moment
uPostCards are an innovative way for customers to capture a special moment during a vacation or family outing and share it with family and friends via social media.
February 22, 2013 | John Schneider: Three Products That Prove The Time Is Right For A Google Retail Store
You’ve heard the reports that Google plans to open a series of brick and mortar stores, right? Good. Have you also thought, “They must be crazy, a search engine isn’t a physical thing!”? You’re not alone in thinking that, but here are three products that prove that the time is right for Google to have their own B&M stores:
February 10, 2013 | Suzy Rokke: Duh Karen, Project Management!
Welcome to my first blog! What you can expect to see in the upcoming months: tidbits from the day in the life of a Project Manager, tips and tricks to making our jobs as Project Managers effortless, and insight into Project Management processes.
February 05, 2013 | Lon Keller: H.265 - Full Quality HD Video with Half the Bits
One of the major obstacles in delivering video over the internet is the availability of sufficient bandwidth. In recent years, we have seen cable, satellite and telecommunication companies increasing the capacity of their infrastructures to allow for greater broadband connections to homes, businesses and mobile devices. This increased broadband availability has helped fuel the growth of content providers such as Netflix, HBO, YouTube and Hulu, just to name a few. Video on the internet has gone from a novelty to a mainstream business where high-definition video availability has become the norm. For video’s internet presence to continue to grow, we must continue to see expansion in available bandwidth, or greater strides in the technology of how video is encoded for delivery.
January 27, 2013 | Shawn Tennyson: Innovative Kiosk Design Uses Solar Power
EcoTech Computers partnered with the University of Florida to provide engineering students and visitors with wayfinding kiosks powered by solar energy.
January 17, 2013 | Craig Isakson: AndroVM
When comparing Android development to iOS development, there was always one thing with iOS that stuck out as being much better and faster and this was their device emulators (Apple calls them simulators). The Android emulator for ARM is so slow. Sometimes it is so painfully slow that I would end up just using a device and pushing builds to that.
January 17, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Why Android Developers Need a Nexus 10
The reason why an Android developer needs a Nexus 10 is simply because it is awesome and every developer wants the latest and greatest! Right?! Well, yes but there is also another really good reason you, as an Android developer should get one.
January 17, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Ubuntu Mobile
One of the more interesting announcements that came out of CES this year was that Canonical has made great progress in getting their very popular Linux distribution (Ubuntu) touch friendly and ready for mobile device consumption. They had initially made the announcement on their site about mobile a week or so before CES.
January 10, 2013 | Anthony Suda: The Gift for Hackers
If you’re an individual, an owner of your own little business, or even someone responsible for setting up technology for your relatives, let me stress the importance of reading manuals and setting passwords…
December 31, 2012 | Sara Kalinoski: Interactive Design in 2013: Expressions to listen for
Interactive design is constantly changing to adapt to new technology. As mobile and tablet use has spiked in the past year, design styles have formed around them. This blog takes a look at interactive design expressions or catch-phrases you may hear in the upcoming year.
December 31, 2012 | Rob Burke: Animating the Static
How has print changed over the last few decades? Sure we’ve seen E-ink come to pass and bring some innovation with it, but really print hasn’t changed. With the rise of screens being put into every hand and home, print is slowly diminishing in importance.