Atari 2600 Turns 40 Years Old

It’s interesting to sit here on the eve of the birthday of one of the most iconic video game systems of all times, and realize that I have literally grown up with the Atari 2600. I was born in July of 1977, and just a little under two months after I was born, Atari released […]

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Bing Rewards Soon To Be Microsoft Rewards

Bing Rewards has been a nice program for those who use Bing as their primary search engine. By simply using Microsoft’s search engine, members have been able to earn points and redeem for gift cards, Groove Music passes, store discounts, sweepstakes, etc. Microsoft is launching a new program, and will soon be converting all Bing […]

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Sprightly – Making Design Creation Easier

In my continuous search to find new mobile apps to review, I always enjoy when marketing and technology meet in a way that makes things easier for everyday small business owners who do not have the budget for hiring marketing professionals. I recently came across such an app, and quickly found that it is not overly powerful, […]

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Microsoft Hub Keyboard Just Feels Right

A few weeks ago, I decided to skip on jumping to a Windows 10 phone, and opted instead to create a Microsoft experience on Android. Since starting down that path, I have been busy trying as many Microsoft apps as I can, to get the best group of apps working together for me on my […]

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Microsoft, The Perfect Android Experience

Now that I have your attention, let me first say that prior to a recent turn of events, I would never have thought the word’s Microsoft and perfect Android experience would have been typed on my keyboard. For many years, I have been a huge Ubuntu Linux fan, and still think Ubuntu is a solid […]

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