Archive for July, 2012

PDF2Office for iPad

Osaka, Japan – Recosoft Corporation the developer of the PDF to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OmniGraffle conversion tool, PDF2Office(R); has shipped iPad(R) editions of PDF2Office; the new PDF iPad Converter.   Continue reading »

80 Mountain Lion Tips & Tricks

 This article by Cory Bohon is presented on the Mac|Life web site.

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iBarcoder 3.4.3 for MacOS

Palatine, Illinois – Cristallight Software has announced iBarcoder 3.4.3 for Mac OS X, an update to their barcode generating software that meets all of the barcode creation, printing, and exporting needs and requirements of business users. Users may easily create an unlimited number of customized, colorful barcode labels in their own style, in any size, or shape. The app can create more than 20 types of barcodes, Datamatrix and QR Codes. With a few mouse clicks, Mac users may design and print barcode graphics for retail packages, books, stickers, and more. This software allows users to individualize barcode coding to identify location sold, style, and other important tracking information that will help increase productivity and efficiency. The update to this comprehensive barcode generator app features added QR Code with Logo support.   Continue reading »

Deliver Express 2.3.1

Toronto, Canada – Zevrix Solutions has announced Deliver Express 2.3.1, a compatibility update to its automated solution to send and share files easily across the Internet and local networks. Deliver Express processes files automatically from watched hot folders and supports all major remote and local services. The software can run absolutely unattended and offers variable e-mail notifications, delivery to multiple destinations, automatic file compression and encryption, and much more.   Continue reading »

Google builds superfast network

Google has provide Kansas City, MO and KS with a 1 Gbps broadband service network.  And at less cost than its incumbent cable and DSL competitors.   Continue reading »

How the Olympics Could Impact Businesses Worldwide

Cookies With the long-awaited opening ceremony just hours away, the world is gripped by Olympics fever. The sporting events in London are already having a big impact on the capital, but your business could also be affected, no matter where it is based. In this week’s Global Roundup email, IDG takes a look at the ways the Olympics could impact your company and explore ways to make the most of the Games without losing out on business.

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67,000 phones lost or stolen during London Olympics

200 million books’ worth of corporate and personal data will be lost on mobile smartphones during the Olympics; Venafi warns public and enterprises to plan ahead

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Who Touched my Phone for iPhone – find out who when and where

 Who Touched my Phone for iPhone - find out who when and where Unlike other applications that try to prevent intruders from accessing the phone’s content, “Who Touched my Phone” doesn’t block any content but captures the snooping event without the intruder’s knowledge; Moreover, Tal Shumski the CTO of App & Joy says “we believe that you cannot protect all of your phone’s information completely, all of the time; Therefore, we find it more important to secretly capture and inform you whenever there was an attempt to snoop through your phone”.

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iApps for Music Makers & Players

UGNN InfoManager news all about iPad, iPhone and Mac Apps ... iApps We got the rythmn and we got the iPad apps for musicians …
And, don’t forget to note American Made apps, and support US Dollars when you see the American Made icon! (at right) MADE IN AMERICA
* First-Ever Music Video Mixing App for iPad
* When Rhythm and Action Go Great Together
* Complete Control of your iPad Music
* The modern Jukebox for your iPad
* E-Folk – Guitar for beginners
* Music Note Trainer
. . . and more

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Baker’s Dozen Solitaire Sprightly Software has introduced Baker’s Dozen 1.3 for iPad. This  solitaire game has been updated to include new larger print cards to improve readability, and includes 3 new Game Center achievements.   Continue reading »

OKI Data Receives Prestigious “Pick” Awards

printer printing laser printer OKI Data’s recently-launched MB401 Series mono multifunction printers (MFPs) have been named “Pick” award recipients by Buyers Laboratory LLC (BLI). Specifically, the MB461/MB471 models received a “Pick” award for “Outstanding A4 Monochrome MFP for Small Workgroups,” and the MB491 received a “Pick” award for “Outstanding A4 Monochrome MFP for Mid-Size Workgroups.” “Pick” awards are given twice annually, recognizing products that provided the most outstanding performances in BLI’s exhaustive lab tests.
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Air Video

There are more and more apps and applications that provide streaming video to and from iOS devices.  Air Video is one and it is similar to AirParrot. (AirParrot to be discussed separately.)

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AirParrot is an AirPlay app for Macintosh and Windows computers. The application mirrors your computer screen to your AppleTV.

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SkyDrive workaround for Office

As stated earlier, Microsoft isn’t supporting Office on iOS.  But this article on by Ian Paul talks about how to use Google’s Chrome on iOS to access Office 365 Web Apps. Continue reading »

Get MacX iMKVmaker for Free

 MacXDVD Software has unveiled its campaign for giving away MacX iMKVmaker, a professional DVD ripping solution. MacX iMKVmaker is a comprehensive, powerful and easy-to-use Mac-based DVD to MKV (Matroska Video) ripping application, which able to quickly and conveniently rip homemade, protected DVDs to MKV and other popular portable devices like iPhone, iPod and iPad without sacrificing the video quality. Continue reading »