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Console Gaming vs. Computer Gaming by Jared Strop
... Computer gaming is best for Real Time Strategy (RTS) games, First Person Shooters (FPS), Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORG), Flight Simulation games, and Point and Click Adventure games. The consoles on the other hand are better for Fighting games, Action/Adventure games, Platformers, Role Playing Games (RPG), and Sports games. Tech savvy can possibly be an issue. Computers are a little more unstable than consoles. I mean, when’s the last time you saw a Playstation lock ...

The Rather Recent Past of Computers by Driz Memok
... transformation to the computers of today was the development of the operating systems of Microsoft and software in general. In 1975, an IBM mainframe computer capable of 10 million instructions per second would have cost around 10 million dollars. Just 20 years later, a computer video game was performing 500 million instructions per second at a cost of only $500. Some view us at the end of the journey and history of computers, but the truth is we are only standing just inside the doorway.

Today's Mobile Phones: Our Portable Windows To The World by Dan Cavalli
... Most also offer miniature QWERTY keyboard layouts-- The standard placement of keys that you find on computer keyboards or typewriters. That means Smartphones are less streamlined, so they may not be the right choice for those who are unlikely to use these features. But many professionals have already embraced the convenience of integrating all these functions into a single unit. With each generation of mobile phone technology, manufacturers have tailored their phones to meet our individual ...

Computer...Take A Letter... A Speech Recognition Update by Grant Fairley
... People with disabilities that limit their ability to use the computer keyboard or mouse have also found speech as their way to surf the web, play games, send email or do their work. It is liberating. One of the quiet epidemics that is carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) or repetitive strain injuries (RSI) associated with typing. It is estimated that this currently costs anywhere from hundreds of millions of dollars to billions of dollars a year. It is difficult to calculate it since the reporting ...

Corporate Gift Ideas by Amit Kumar
... Computer accessories include CDs, CD holders, mouse pads, and keyboard and computer dusters. Desktop accessories include envelope openers, paper cutters, penholders, clips, business card holders, clip holders, rulers, highlighters and calculators. Travel kits and tote bags Beach balls, Frisbees, kick balls, game sets, yo-yos etc., can also be given as corporate gifts. Food baskets with an assortment of chocolates and other goodies for the entire family Corporate gifts are the company’s way ...

Incredible Xp Tips You Wish You Knew Before You Read This, Part II by Joseph M. Pisano
... Useful RL commands for the novice and end-user: (These commands are every-day, useful commands that everyone can use) BOLD: Will only work if additional software has been installedWeb-browsers: iexplore Opens Internet Explorer firefox Opens FirefoxApplications: calc Opens the Window’s Calculator excel Opens Microsoft Excel frontpg Opens Microsoft Frontpage msimn Opens Outlook Express nero Opens Nero notepad Opens Microsoft Notepad outlook Opens up Microsoft Outlook pbrush ...

Portable Technology: Getting to Know the Treo by Simon Canfield
... including English, German, Italian, Spanish and French. The Treo 650 CDMA model is only available in English. This fully operational communications center and handheld computer is among the top of the line in portable communications devices. Whichever model you prefer, you won’t go wrong with the purchase of a Treo. Its compact, lightweight design and comprehensive package is designed to meet the needs of virtually every user, without the inconvenience of bulk or exorbitant cost.

Seven Things to Consider When Choosing a PDA by Jason Kohrs
... WiFi, just as on your typical computer, is the high speed wireless protocol (802.11x) that also operates on the 2.4 GHz radio band. WiFi will not only allow compatible devices to exchange files, but the high speed will make streaming media and web surfing convenient at home, or at the numerous wireless “hot spots” popping up in public/commercial settings. Extra Features & Accessories It isn’t enough for PDAs to keep track of serious business items like appointments and contact information ...

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