How Microsoft’s Applied Sciences Group Develops New Hardware

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A fun discussion with Stevie Bathiche, Distinguished Scientist of Windows Hardware at Microsoft.

From Surface Keyboards To Teddy Bear Robots, Microsoft’s Mad Scientist Develops The Art Of Innovation

 

 

Install Windows Phone 8 Apps from an SD Card to Save Space

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If you own a cheap Windows Phone 8 device, like the HTC 8S or the Nokia Lumia 620, you will love this guide:

How to Install Windows Phone 8 Apps from the SD Card to Save Space

 

 

Is Microsoft really becoming irrelevant?

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Gartner says “Yes!” but Ed Bott looks at their numbers, does a different math and says “No!”. A fun read if you ask me:

Microsoft, Google, and Apple: Which one faces doom in 2017?

 

Nokia Dominates the Top 5 Most Popular Windows Phones

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Some very interesting stats shared by AdDuplex and Paul Thurrott.

Windows Phone Device Stats: April 2013

 

Today is Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day

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Check for participating local scoop shops.

http://www.benjerry.com/scoop-shops/scoop-shop-locator

http://www.benjerry.com/

Avira Internet Security 2013 – A Detailed Review

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Avira provides a good, free antivirus but what about its commercial offering? Is Avira Internet Security 2013 any good?

Security for Everyone – Reviewing Avira Internet Security 2013

 

Congratulations Geek !

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Fava beans with nice bottle of Chianti? $20. Two tickets to the Allman Brothers Band at the Beacon Theater? $150. How-To Geek forum reload with Discourse? Priceless. Kudus to our friends Lowell and Jeff for the presence of forethought to make it happen.

http://discuss.howtogeek.com/

A review of the Nokia Lumia 920 by a Windows Phone fan

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Check out what he had to say about this phone. Is it really as good as several publications have said? Is it worth buying?

A Windows Phone Fan Reviewing the Nokia Lumia 920

 

 

Track flights easily with FlightRadar 24 (iOS)

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This truly is one of our favorite apps. If you travel often or just need to know where a particular flight is in it’s track, this app is fantastic, Available for free. The $2.99 Pro version offers more features and we use it often.

FlightRadar24 Free (iTunes)

FlightRadar24 Pro (iTunes)

App support and FAQs

R2D2 Translator

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So cute, it’s scary.

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