How to Migrate From BlackBerry to Android


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Whether you’ve persuaded your colleagues to take the plunge with you or are just striking out on your own, we provide a few essential tips for moving from a BlackBerry device to an Android handset.



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April 26, 2012

Boom: Tim Cook fills some big shoes at Apple’s iPad launch


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Apple is moving forwards under Tim Cook but not without a nod to its past, writes Shane Richmond.

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March 10, 2012

December 29 is ‘Dump Go Daddy Day’


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My idiots of the year award almost certainly will go to Netflix and Go Daddy, which tarnished their brands through nothing more than sheer stupidity (there are still five days in the month for your organization to royally screw up and claim the honor). Both companies tried to step back from the brink, only to watch tens of thousands of customers fly over the edge into the “frak you” abyss. I can’t decide which company’s actions is stupider; Go Daddy’s idiocy is more recent, and the damage still unfolds.

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December 26, 2011

Use command line to safely remove USB drives

Use command line to safely remove USB drives

USB flash drives are a supremely convenient way to store and transfer information. Easy to carry around, they allow you to plug in to almost any convenient PC, and access your data and programs, before disconnecting and moving on to the next system.

Except, of course, there is one potential complication. If you remove a USB drive that has a document open, or where some information is yet to be written, then you’ll probably lose that data (and maybe corrupt the file).

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November 24, 2011

PenGo Brush Pen for your iPad

PenGo Brush Pen for your iPad

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We’ve seen plenty of fun, colourful and well-designed stylii (or styluses, we’re not sure) over the past year or so as the iPad has become more and more popular. But, this is the first time we’ve seen a paintbrush/stylus hybrid!

PenGo’s Brush Pen is ideal for all kinds of activities, such as sketching, navigating and painting on your iPad. The pen has multiple tips, so quickly switch between a brush or a rubber tip for navigating and moving around the screen.

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November 9, 2011

Tiered Data Plans Heading to Verizon


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Ok, I’m going to say this just to get it out of the way: tiered data plans SUCK!  There, I said it, we all know it to be true, and hate that carriers seem to be moving in that direction.  The latest casualty in this disturbing trend? Verizon.

According to droid-life.com, tiered data plans are coming to Verizon starting July 7th.  So what are these plans going to look like?  Here’s how they break down:

Data plans:

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June 21, 2011

10 things you should know about AT&T’s new smartphone data plans


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By Joe Wilcox, Betanews

Yesterday, I was talking with The Loop’s Jim Dalrymple about AT&T’s data-capped plans. Like other long-time iPhone users, he didn’t seem too concerned after looking at his data usage. I gave him three reasons why AT&T changed to capped plans, to which he asked: “So did you write about that?” No. I had written a long post about AT&T’s timing tactics but nothing really that succinctly explained why. So here I’ll give five reasons why AT&T changed the data plans.

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June 5, 2010

Wi-Fi detector cap-and-shirt make you a moving status indicator

Wi-Fi detector cap-and-shirt make you a moving status indicator

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Don’t be surprised if kids point at you and scream, “Look Mommy, that cap is lighting up!”. Or if people around disperse rather quickly as your T-shirt lights up without warning. The good part? Well, to know that you are near a strong 802.11b/g Wi-Fi network that you can crawl into and shut out the external world. And I think that’s a handsome compensation for the trouble you would have taken to dress yourself up with either this Wi-fi Detector Cap(.99), or the Wi-Fi Detector Shirt(.99) from ThinkGeek.

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July 17, 2009