Notetaking: Should I Write by Hand or Go Digital?

Note-taking is another entry in that seemingly endless list of activities that have been transformed by the digital age. Today we can take notes using tablet and stylus; we can lug laptops to meetings; we can snap pictures of slides and whiteboards; we can even employ Siri to take down our notes for us. But […]

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What to Expect from Intel’s Voice Search Feature on Ultrabooks?

This is a guest post by Sharon Thomas They were introduced as “extremely portable” devices. Ultrabooks are basically a cloned version of tablets’ dimensions but they don’t sacrifice on the performance of a PC and come with a traditional keyboard. It does seem like a ‘rebranding’ an existing computer category, doesn’t it? However, ultrabooks are […]

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Is Siri a Threat to Google and Search Engines?

With Google’s current dominance over search, it’s natural to speculate about possible threats. Microsoft’s Bing, for one, is investing big time resources in hopes of gaining market share, and up-and-coming services such as DuckDuckGo are also intriguing. But the strongest competitor might not be a traditional search engine at all, but rather a fundamental new […]

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