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posted in April 2012

Finally, An iPad With A Keyboard!

4/29/2012
If only iPads had keyboards, preferably built into a case. The ZAGGfolio Apple iPad 3 keyboard case is a good product, but iPad apps aren't designed to use a keyboard. Here's why.

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Skype Has A Future In The Enterprise

4/26/2012
Skype is one of those consumer technologies that IT hates and tries to banish, but it's probably too late for that. There is a good consumerization-of-IT case to be made for Skype, even in use with professional unified communications products, such as Microsoft Lync.

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Logitech Earbuds For Business Sound Good

4/23/2012
The BH320 is a high quality set of earbuds designed for business Unified Communications applications. They're comfortable, the sound is excellent, and they are light and feel good. They are also expensive, but not outrageously so.

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Google Docs Parts Hidden In iOS GMail App

4/23/2012
It looks like it was left in by accident, but the iOS GMail app has very limited support for Google Docs. We could create and edit word processing and spreadsheet documents on an iPad and iPhone, but only the text of the documents was editable.

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Verizon To Push Windows Phone

4/20/2012
The iPhone has high costs and lower margins for carriers. One approach Verizon will have to keeping more of the money is to push Windows Phone, where they retain more control as well.

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Run Windows 8 On Your iPad Remotely

4/17/2012
If you're a Windows developer writing software for Windows 8 Metro and you lack a touch environment, you can hack one using a desktop, an iPad, and Splashtop's Win8 Metro Testbed app.

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The Computer Of The Near Future

4/11/2012
The incompatibility of the hardware and software of the present (PCs) and the future (tablets) is stark. Nobody has really solved the problem, but there is a reasonable interim approach.

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