Sunday, March 09, 2014 01:55 AM
But it won’t be enough to for Windows 8.1 to gain traction against Android and Chrome tablets which are cheaper and easier to use
By Stephen Pate – Microsoft is slashing the price manufacturers pay for a Windows 8.1 license to $15 from $50. They hope it
Part 2 – You can dress up your iPad Music Score Reader with accessories like a hands free page turner and iPad holder
In Part 1 of this story I figured out how to make a cool sheet music reader from an old Apple iPad – An Old iPad Can Replace a Yard of Music Books.
Never sell or trade that old Apple iPad – you can turn it into an electronic music reader
By Stephen Pate – When Microsoft offered a trade-in deal for a new Surface this month it started a chain of events that led me in a circle with a new use
Cycle is the oldest mode of transportation. With fast growing vehicles, impatient drivers and fast cars, it is dangerous for cyclists to ride on the road. It is not safe to use your arms for turning or stopping intention. Besides these problems, there are a plenty of problems faced by cyclists
Microsoft confirms 200 million Windows 8 licenses sold, slightly behind Windows 7 – the sky is not falling
By Stephen Pate – The Windows 8 naysayers will have to find a new dog to kick. Microsoft is selling Windows 8 at a very good rate for a
Tips for keeping Microsoft’s Cloud storage from becoming a disaster
By Stephen Pate – If you use more than one computing device, like a desktop and a tablet, Microsoft’s cloud service for consumers and professionals is pretty cool.
Gibson showed off an official Bob Dylan SJ-200 at NAMM and it will cost you plenty
By Stephen Pate – Bob Dylan has played hundreds of guitars, some borrowed, some loaned and some he owned. You will be able to buy one of them when Gibson Guitar ships the one
Do you have faith in your local police department?