Month: May 2015

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It may sound like the stuff from science fiction, but self-driving cars seem to be more of a possibility than a probability in our collective near future. In fact, Google plans to deploy a few autonomous prototypes on public roads in just a few short months. It’s not the first self-driving model Google has worked …

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Desk Ergonomics Health Check

Technology has made great strides in increasing productivity in the workplace. For instance, various software automates a wide array of processes and allow us to collaborate on documents with someone halfway across the globe as easily as if we were sharing a room. However, one key to increasing our working productivity often gets overlooked, and …

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Coming of Edge: Microsoft’s New Browser

Up to now, Internet Explorer’s successor has been secretly referred to as Project Spartan during Microsoft’s development stage. At the Microsoft Build 2015 Developer Conference, the project name was finally announced as the company’s newest browser: Edge. The name was already familiar to those in the know because Project Spartan’s page-rendering engine was known as …

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App of the Month for May : Sunrise

If you need a free calendar application you can access across several platforms, Sunrise is worth a try. Sunrise Calendar works with all major platforms and integrates with iCloud, Google, and Exchange for convenience. It also supports applications like Evernote and TripIt, so you can receive reminders and view travel itineraries all in one spot. …

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Question of the Month for May

Question: From time to time I have to email very large files as attachments, what’s the best way to send them? Answer: When email was first created, it was never intended to be a vehicle for large files. In fact, many email programs prohibit users from sending attachments larger than 10MB. However, with the sheer …

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News Bytes – May

The way teleconference calls are conducted may be revolutionized in the near future if Google decides to release its GMeet, a video call app currently used by Google employees. The existence of this application was recently uncovered by Google+ user Florien Kiersch, who released various screenshots of GMeet on the web. This video-call app has several …

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