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One Tap Breast Feeding Tracker

A simple app for mommies to track breast feeding, diaper changes and Viatmin D. The app is VERY EASY to use and only requires one tap...

December 8, 2014 by Oz Halpern

Open source to power Connecticut HIE

Those wondering what the connection between the two companies is should know they are, in fact, one company. Misys acquired Allscripts in what one commenter called a "shotgun wedding" back in March, 2008. Seems they had their first baby, and it's a state.

July 20, 2009 by

Hands-on: Pharos Traveler 137 is first T-Mobile USA 3G WM device

My very first Bluetooth GPS receiver came from Pharos and that baby performed like no other I have seen since then. I could throw the little "hockey puck" GPS receiver in the back seat and it would still get a solid strong signal served up to my laptops and PDAs. Pharos has been making a line of Pocket PC and now Windows Mobile devices with a GPS focus for a few years and I have tried a couple of them without being that impressed. I was just sent their latest device, the Pharos Traveler 137, to check out for a bit and was very interested in it because it is the first Windows Mobile-based device that supports T-Mobile's unique 1700 MHz 3.5G data network. After spending a few days with the device, I think it is one of the best Pharos models made and may be compelling for T-Mobile customers looking for a WM device.

June 12, 2009 by

Baby Adopter Pro

About---Baby Adopter Pro is a version which is designed to work and synchronize with your Baby Adopter on Facebook. You need to own...

November 28, 2014 by x2line

Review: Nintendo DSi lets you have a blast with photos

Back when I was in college in 1989 my mom gave me the original Nintendo Gameboy device and I thought it was one of the coolest gadgets around. I still have that original Gameboy, but on Sunday I went out and bought my second Nintendo portable gaming system that is quite a departure from that large chunky device. The Nintendo DSi is now available for sale in the US for a MSRP of $169.99. It comes in matte black or baby blue and I picked up my black model at WalMart for $169. After having spent almost two days with the device, I wanted to give you some of my impressions and walk you around the device in case this is something you are considering. Take a look at my YouTube video below and through my image gallery to see product photos and photos taken with the DSi.

April 6, 2009 by

Britney Spears - Songs Quiz

Britney Spears Songs Quiz is an extremely amusing app. It is a new version of karaoke that is based on texts.Your aim is to find the...

November 24, 2014 by 8 Mobile 8 HK

Let them eat pi

On March 14 at 1:59 PDT, it was a celebration of all things Pi: 3.14159. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi stops by the geek fest at San Francisco's Exploratorium museum to take part in a Pi procession, meet a baby named Pi, and of course, have a slice of the sweet stuff for dessert.

March 14, 2008 by

Presentation Veteran Insight: PowerPoint 2007 Review with Recommendations 1

This essay just provides personal perspective on using PowerPoint 2007 as presentation tool and share the proven methods and techniques I've developed after the throughout year of facilitating PowerPoint 2007 presentations.Like any other baby, PowerPoint 2007 is really delighted with its 1st birthday and Christmas gift Service Pack 1 this winter.

January 23, 2008

Time Warner gets a clue

It's a two step forward, one step back deal, sort of like watching a baby learn to walk. But eventually the baby does walk. The guess here is that Time Warner will adopt the open source walk as well, once it figures out how to make a buck off it.

April 24, 2007 by

Frog Design router/AP is cool: but Vonage has bigger amphibians to fry

Vonage was at CES, happy-talking its new baby service bundle (as opposed to the powerful triple and quadruple play stuff)with EarthLink's muni Wi-Fi. And oh yes, seen at their booth the Frog Design router/access point combo- one designed by Vonage and FD rather than simply sent down the pipe by a Cisco/Linksys or Motorola- is pretty cool too.

January 11, 2007 by

iPod ownership is mostly male, ages 18-28

Of the 22 mln adults who own iPods, 13% of men have the players, compared to 9% of women, 16% of African-Americans and English-speaking Latinos own iPods/MP3 players, compared to 9% of non-Latino whites. 19% of those ages 18-28 have iPods/MP3 players, 14% of those ages 29-40 have them, 11% of younger Baby Boomers (ages 41-50) have them, 6% of older Baby Boomers (ages 51-59) have them, 6% of those 60-69 have them, 1% of those 70 and older have them, Pew Internet & American Life Project says.

July 25, 2005 by

The Graying of IT

A recent story in Baseline Magazine discusses what CIOs at various companies are doing to retain institutional knowledge in the face of retiring IT workers.  One example, FirstEnergy Corp: As its first baby boomers turn 60 next year, FirstEnergy Corp.

May 16, 2005 by

The Graying of IT

A recent story in Baseline Magazine discusses what CIOs at various companies are doing to retain institutional knowledge in the face of retiring IT workers.  One example, FirstEnergy Corp: As its first baby boomers turn 60 next year, FirstEnergy Corp.

May 16, 2005 by

AT&T to resell AT&T Wireless offerings

AT&T, the No. 1 U.S. long-distance telephone company, on Tuesday said it agreed to resell AT&T Wireless Services offerings in a move to match communications packages offered by the Baby Bells and other rivals.

May 28, 2003

Disney licenses content to BellSouth

Walt Disney says it plans to license its online content to BellSouth in an effort to attract people accessing the Web through the Baby Bell's dial-up and DSL (digital subscriber line) services. Disney will provide multimedia content and editorial from its sites, including ABC.com, ABCNews.com, Disney.com and FamilyFun.com. BellSouth customers will see links to the Disney Store and online promotions for Disney Vacations. The tie-ins will be visible on BellSouth's default home page, which serves 1 million subscribers. Disney, which once ran a Web portal called Go.com, has over the past year focused on being a content provider rather than a content aggregator on the Web. The entertainment giant has drastically cut its online work force and has folded some of its online operations back into their respective TV properties. --Jim Hu, Special to ZDNet News

February 7, 2002 by

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