Nov 19
The next wave of change is coming to academia.

The Amazon Kindle is a prime example of a technology that is finding general acceptance in a first generation. Consumers are, for the most part, accepting Kindles as a component of day-in, day-out living in much the same way that they accept mobile phones, netbooks and laptops.

This isn’t the end of the story, however. There are applications of this technology that go far beyond reading the London Times or the Wall Street Journal on the train each day. The ‘e-book’ as it is called today holds forth the possibility of liberty from a wide range of necessary paper-bound products such as phone directories, school textbooks, magazines, reports of all kinds and more. Continue reading »

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Nov 19
Google, It’s Not Just For Search Anymore

Rumor has it that Google will be opening up Google OS for downloads before the month is out with a release before Christmas. If you are wondering what the difference is, it’s a similar way of development that Microsoft does with it’s Technology Preview program. Continue reading »

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