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Kyocera Releases Top of the Range Printing App...

Kyocera Releases Top of the Range Printing App

Kyocera have long been at the top of their game in the printing world. This multi-million pound company that originated in Japan has been producing revolutionary technology for nearly fifty years. As all the big companies rush to make an tablet to printer app that has an easily accessible interface, Kyocera have stayed one step ahead and have released a product that blends seamlessly with their own machines, as well as being highly advanced with extra features that are exclusive and have proved very useful for office work. Kyocera have incorporated all the winning features of any app. By utilising top of the range printing, beautiful graphics and suiting...

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Google Glass – Is It Suitable For Everyday Use?...

Google Glass – Is It Suitable For Everyday Use?

  When it comes to high-tech gadgets no other device is as popular as “Google Glass.” It was launched in 2013 and now in the hands of a few fortunate explorers and beta testers. The Glass is considered one of the most controversial pieces of technology to emerge in recent years. It has been the center of debate and many are wondering if this device is really suitable for everyday use. The HUD display has a 640×360 pixel resolution, it may be a bit low for a sophisticated device but the attached panel is just a tiny piece of hardware near your right eye. In addition, Google claims that...

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The Google Glass – Is it Worth the Hype?...

The Google Glass – Is it Worth the Hype?

Tech-savvy individuals are eagerly anticipating the day when Google Glass would become available in the market sometime in 2014. Nevertheless, those who were fortunate enough to receive it, in particular developers whom Google hopes would possibly help them develop apps and programs for the gadget, have mixed thoughts about the product. Now just what is all the hype about Google Glass? For those who keep themselves updated with the latest gadgets, they feel that the Glass would revolutionize how people use digital media, as well as how they take on various functions such as taking pictures, capturing videos, or sending speech-to-text messages. Google Glass is worn just like a...

Enjoying the Benefits of Outsourcing

  Outsourcing has become the new normal for companies today and there are many reasons why this is so. When undertaken for the right reasons and when outsourcing is managed well (in the unique way that it can be managed), outsourcing can provide the support for a company to grow, save money, and earn more. Apart from monetary considerations, however, companies enjoying the benefits of outsourcing say this strategy provides more advantages than immediately evident. 1. Outsourcing allows companies to invest their resources on their core business. As companies grow and expand, their growth is not reflected only in production and sales; their back-office operations also become more complex, and there is increased demand to add both staff...

Enjoying the Benefits of Outsourcing
posted on: Sep 2, 2014 | author: mirage

Kyocera Releases Top of the Range Printing App...

Kyocera have long been at the top of their game in the printing world. This multi-million pound company that originated in Japan has been producing revolutionary technology for nearly fifty years. As all the big companies rush to make an tablet to printer app that has an easily accessible interface, Kyocera have stayed one step ahead and have released a product that blends seamlessly with their own machines, as well as being highly advanced with extra features that are exclusive and have proved very useful for office work. Kyocera have incorporated all the winning features of any app. By utilising top of the range printing, beautiful graphics and suiting both a stable office environment and an on the...

Kyocera Releases Top of the Range Printing App
posted on: Feb 10, 2014 | author: mirage

5 Creative Ways to Use a Laser Printer...

Whilst the printer has aligned itself as an essential piece of office equipment that many workers cannot do without in their daily lives, there are other things to be done with the machine as well. It is not just useful to access endless paperwork; try getting creative with different types of paper or printer fabric. Laser printers can be fun, they don?t have to be all about work. Yes, they are excellent when it comes to printing off documents and extremely efficient for office use, but they can also be a fantastic boredom buster. Follow these steps and find out what you can do to make your printing experience a little more creative. Board games Bored in the...

5 Creative Ways to Use a Laser Printer
posted on: Feb 8, 2014 | author: mirage

Apps World 2014

Apps World 2014 was held on February 5 and 6 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. This year’s conference failed to disappoint, as the event drew a huge crowd comprising of app developers and overall enthusiasts. The conference opened with a keynote from Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak. He spoke about Creativity and Innovation in the APP Landscape. In his speech, he highlighted his passion for product app development and innovation. He said that when one has an idea in his head and has a personal reason in attaining that goal, there’s a greater chance that he will achieve it. Woznia’s keynote really inspired and motivated a lot of budding developers and entrepreneurs. Here are some of the...

Apps World 2014
posted on: Feb 6, 2014 | author: mirage
Google Glass – Is It Suitable For Everyday Use?

Google Glass – Is It Suitable For Everyday Use?...

posted on: Feb 4, 2014 | author: mirage

  When it comes to high-tech gadgets no other device is as popular as “Google Glass.” It was launched in 2013 and now in the hands of a few fortunate explorers and beta testers. The Glass is considered one of the most controversial pieces of technology to emerge in recent years. It has been the center of debate and many are wondering if this device is really suitable for everyday use. The HUD display has a 640×360 pixel resolution, it may be a bit low for a sophisticated device but the attached panel is just a tiny piece of hardware near your right eye. In addition, Google claims that it can produce images equivalent to that of a 25-inch HD display. It also has a built-in camera with a 5-megapixel unit that can capture video in 720p resolution. The audio is handled through bone conduction transducer, which means audio...

Enhancing Your iPhone’s iSight Camera with Olloclip

Enhancing Your iPhone’s iSight Camera with Olloclip...

posted on: Oct 22, 2013 | author: mirage

  One of the most amazing features of the iPhone 5 is its 8 megapixel iSight camera. It has the capability to take clear and stunning photos surpassing all iPhone models that came out in recent years. When it comes to photo quality, the iSight camera can truly deliver the results that most users are looking for. But it seems a few enhancements can still be a welcome addition to an already proven feature of this popular smartphone. These enhancements are add-on lenses that boost the capabilities of the iPhone’s iSight camera. But when it comes to high-quality optics and ease of use, no other brand is as sophisticated as Olloclip. It’s actually a slide-on accessory that combines three lenses – macro (10x or 15x), wide-angel, and fish-eye lenses into one complete package. The Olloclip lenses have a unique and sleek design that won’t ruin the look of your...

The Google Glass – Is it Worth the Hype?

The Google Glass – Is it Worth the Hype?...

posted on: Jul 30, 2013 | author: mirage

Tech-savvy individuals are eagerly anticipating the day when Google Glass would become available in the market sometime in 2014. Nevertheless, those who were fortunate enough to receive it, in particular developers whom Google hopes would possibly help them develop apps and programs for the gadget, have mixed thoughts about the product. Now just what is all the hype about Google Glass? For those who keep themselves updated with the latest gadgets, they feel that the Glass would revolutionize how people use digital media, as well as how they take on various functions such as taking pictures, capturing videos, or sending speech-to-text messages. Google Glass is worn just like a typical pair of glasses. The only difference is it doesn’t make you see things clearer and although it looks like an eyeglass, it’s not a part of a pair. Instead, it’s a single Google Glass headset. However, it does something...

Wear Your Charger on Your Wrist

Wear Your Charger on Your Wrist

posted on: Jul 20, 2013 | author: mirage

Have you ever been on a road trip and tried to pass the time away by playing on your handheld gadgets or tinkering with your smartphone or laptop? In fact, one of the best parts of going on a road trip is whiling away the time with a game, a book, or by eating snacks! Everything seems to be going great; you’re able to keep boredom at bay. Then, the inevitable happens – the battery of the gadget you’re using drains. That could put a damper on your road trip especially if you still have a long way to go and you have little patience for monotony. Actually, that is one of the problems with long road trips; you would inevitably exhaust the battery life of your gadget. Now what would you do if this happens? Of course, you can always use a car charger and plug it into...

The Acer Liquid S1 – Decent Specs for a Decent Phablet

The Acer Liquid S1 – Decent Specs for a Decent Phablet...

posted on: Jul 2, 2013 | author: mirage

For those who consider it normal making calls with a five- or six-inch metal slab, the phablet is the only device worth having. Take the case of the Samsung Galaxy Mega and the Huawei Ascend Mate, for instance. Both units are considered phablets – big enough to be considered tablet-sized, yet small enough to pass as a smartphone. People are clamoring to have the above-mentioned techie gadgets to add to their growing collection. Nevertheless, this doesn’t discredit smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note (which is considerably sized, albeit bigger than its contemporaries) in any way, and many mobile users are used to the screen size just the same. The good thing about innovation is you can expect competition to show up real soon, and with the shelf life of most modern devices nowadays, the Acer Liquid S1 arrived with impeccable timing. Tablet features are either revolutionary or mundane, depending...

Samsung Galaxy Mega – Larger Than Life Smartphone Experience

Samsung Galaxy Mega – Larger Than Life Smartphone Experience...

posted on: Jun 26, 2013 | author: mirage

There was a time when people went crazy over Finland’s Nokia mobile phones. Eventually, though, the Nokia hype died down. In came RIM’s Blackberry, which, for a time, was dubbed the smartphone of the future. Imagine being able to send e-mails, schedule your work calendar, and do some other things you would have normally delegated to a secretary. Even the famous E.L. James trilogy, Fifty Shades of Grey, featured the Blackberry very prominently. Nevertheless, everything changed when Apple released their first ever iPhone. Practically everyone went crazy over the iPhone. They didn’t anticipate that Apple Inc., which was world renowned for designing, developing, and selling consumer electronics, computer software, and personal computers, would venture into cell phone manufacturing and produce something one-of-a-kind – ?a smartphone that was designed to handle not just communications and other basic functions. The iPhone was designed to handle multitasking and graphics to meet the...

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