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BlackBerry smart phones have changed the mobile phone industry with revolutionary functions that turn your phone into a mini computing device. In today’s fast-paced business environment, Blackberries are ideal for multitasking as they support emailing and instant messaging, enabling business people to stay in touch with clients and colleagues while on-the-go. But there are many other interesting Blackberry applications specifically designed for businesses. Following are some must-have BlackBerry business apps to organize your contacts, create and view documents, manage your work and keep track of expenses, all from the palm of your hand.
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One mile below the water’s surface in the Gulf of Mexico, robots are attempting to fix one of the greatest environmental catastrophes in human history. Without robotic technology of some form or another, we would most likely be unable to ever stop the flow of crude oil into the gulf, ultimately polluting our oceans, rivers and lakes, killing off countless amounts of sea life, birds, land animals and eventually, us. This is only one instance where much like Hosted Exchange 2010, robots have been employed to save the day. Robots can work in areas too dangerous for humans, they do not experience fatigue, hunger or thirst, they can withstand extreme temperatures, pressures, and weather, and they can perform tasks with surgical precision under some of the harshest conditions. So while we can’t seem to dig ourselves out of the many holes we’ve clumsily created on this planet, we can create robots to do the digging for us. The following are some examples of these. Read more »

Being bombarded with spam can be a real nuisance and in a business setting you want to be extra careful about ensuring the safety of your emails. There are different types of anti-spam filtering software available depending on your particular needs. Spam filter software should be: 1) easy to customize (the program should allow you to tweak settings and create ones of your own) 2) offer a wide range of features 3) easy to install 4) reliable (the program should be stable and consistent).
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Technology may help to make our lives easier, but the easier things get, the more we depend on gizmos to do things for us. The following list looks at technologies most of us rely on without question, that aggravate us to no end but that we can’t seem to do without.

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With lighting fast connections, VPS hosting, CGI animation and more,  computer technology has certainly come a long way in only a few decades. And though we may like to complain about failed OSes and hardware, looking back at some of these often hilarious computer commercials from the 1970′s and 80′s really goes to show how far we’ve really come.
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With the plethora of tech-related podcasts out there, deciding which ones to subscribe to can be nothing short of overwhelming. So, in order to help ease your decision-making process, here is a list of some of the top geek-friendly podcasts, with the most recent news on tech innovations, sharepoint hosting, Web 2.0 and gaming among many other hot tech topics.
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According to a report by the New York Times, Google has teamed up with Sony, Intel and Logitech to develop a set-top box which will basically be a TV with a built in computer that uses Intel chips and runs Google’s Android OS. The platform aims to “seamlessly integrate web content onto TVs, bringing services like Twitter and sites like YouTube, in addition to games, web apps, and, of course, Google’s search, to the big screen”. It seems that dominating the computer world wasn’t all they had in mind and Google TV is a project that has been underway for several months now.

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Microsoft will very soon be launching the KIN phone, a Windows-based feature phone geared mainly towards young users, offering a highly integrated social networking and multimedia experience. (Essentially, this will be an ideal phone for people always on Facebook and Twitter.) The two KIN handsets (KIN ONE and KIN TWO) will go on sale in the US in May, however no price has yet been revealed.

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Not only has the Internet affected our personal lives in fundamental ways but its also affected businesses as well.  Changing the way we communicate, research, manage clients with an online CRM, shop and are entertained, the Internet is increasingly becoming a way of life and businesses have little choice but to improve their web-savvy or get KO-ed by online industries. Here are some of the industries being hit particularly hard by the world wide web.

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The future holds some very innovative and exciting new prospects in terms computer and tech design concepts. Here are 10 we hope we can get our hands on one day soon!

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