February 16, 2017


Microsoft Launches Premium Outlook.com Email Service

Since early in 2016, Microsoft has been testing a premium outlook service that would provide many services like custom domain support and removal of ads.  The beta was very successful as people had swapped over for the new features.  The Seattle based company has  been on a current trend of switching their software from license […]

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iPhone 8 to be the Most Expensive Smartphone Ever

In September 2016, Apple fans were disappointed to see that iPhone prices had skyrocketed from the relatively cheap iPhone SE to the upwards of $770 iPhone 7 Plus (which could be upgraded to a $970 version). But rumors abounded that Apple was holding back with the iPhone 7 and 7+, waiting for 2017 to release […]

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Egnyte Connect Offers Business-Oriented Alternative to Dropbox

Ten year old startup Egnyte announced today that they would finally be bringing their mobile app to desktop users, broadening its market in the traditional business world.   The company—which has not received funding since 2013 yet still managed to reach profitability in the fourth quarter of 2016—has differentiated themselves from other cloud storage services […]

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4K TV broadcasts are coming soon!

Here’s what you need to know about 4K TV broadcasts Here some background on 4K and resolution for TVs. While HD broadcasts offer a picture resolution of 1,920 x 1,080, 4K ups the resolution by four, with a 3,840 x 2,160 images. Almost all 4K TVs will upscale pictures from HD quality to UHD, but […]

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Snap, Inc.’s IPO and Startups in 2017

Yesterday, Snap, Inc. publicly filed for their IPO, offering a glimmer of hope to the tech industry for the coming year.   The company, which develops the popular Snapchat app, is expected to be valued at $25 billion in early March, and investors already have a lot of hope that it will continue to be […]

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