Cancer vs. Cloud-Based Neural Network

By mperrenoud
Jul 24, 2012
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This is some serious technology outside of the box! You may all know somebody close to you who has fought a battle with some kind of cancer, and sadly some have lost the battle.  For those of you that have suffered the loss of a loved one to the battle, I’m sorry and I hope ...

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Facebook Rebuilds iOS App!

By mperrenoud
Jun 30, 2012
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Have you ever even tried using the Facebook iOS app?  It has to be the slowest application on the planet and to add insult to injury it seems to be a huge battery and performance drain on the entire OS.  Well according to some anonymous software engineers their application is being rewritten with a focus on ...

Twitter vs. LinkedIn. Round 1.

By mperrenoud
Jun 30, 2012
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Apparently LinkedIn is a bit upset about people sharing their tweets.  Now, I guess I can kind of understand that LinkedIn doesn’t want to be a storage unit for Twitter, but removing the tweets may be a little much huh? You can read the rest here…

Is Microsoft Following Apple?

By mperrenoud
Jun 30, 2012
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Is Microsoft starting to follow in Apple’s footsteps surrounding the tablet market?  It appears some think so because a lot of people believe HP isn’t building tablets out of strife.  You know, being your own hardware vendor has its benefits and Apple fully understands that.

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Samsung Nexus. Banned.

By mperrenoud
Jun 30, 2012
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Apple has been given a preliminary injunction agains Samsung’s Nexus smartphone surrounding the patent for the slide to unlock feature.  Apple is getting really good at enforcing their patents and to be honest they seemed to have patented the right stuff. You can read the rest here…

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How Good is Siri? Really…

By mperrenoud
Jun 29, 2012
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Recently a 1,600 question test put Siri to the test and their findings were interesting – but IMO from both angles.  They found that Google was right 86% of the time, but Siri was right an astounding 68% of the time.

iOS. Chrome.

By mperrenoud
Jun 29, 2012
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Is Google out in front with their release of the Chrome browser to iOS?  Well, I have to say, the review looks pretty darn good.  The look and feel is exactly as it is in the desktop so they’ve got some good consistency, they have the ability to do synchronized browsing, but there are some ...

Take the Leap!

By mperrenoud
Jun 29, 2012
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Now here is an up and coming device that will allow you to “take the leap”.  Maybe you remember the movie Minority Report?  How about the two Iron Man movies recently?  Well, that stuff may be available soon! You can read the rest here…

Kinect. Outside the Box.

By mperrenoud
Jun 29, 2012
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Now this is what I’m talking about – using Kinect to perform surgery among other things.  I love it when great technology is adapted to other industries where it’s found much more useful to help the greater population.  Apparently Kinect is being used in surgery, a virtual fitting room, physical therapy, virtual furniture placement, 3D ...

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Jelly Bean. Five Best Features.

By mperrenoud
Jun 29, 2012
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According to an article today there are in fact some pretty good enhancements in Jelly Bean, which I talked about earlier this week here.  But, they’ve identified the top five!

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