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Feather Free - Music / Video

...A bare bones player without the bells and whistles which may be what a lot of people are looking for. - Android Authority , Joe...

13 hours ago by Aaron Turner

How to find a quality film scanner

While most photographers (at least, avid amateurs) have made the jump to digital photography these days, many of us still have boxes of film negatives lying around. And with older formats, having them scanned and printed at photo shops can be quite expensive, especially if you have a lot of photos you want scanned.

October 27, 2009 by

Mr. Bezos, Tear Down This Wall

Amazon is not-so-quietly building a wall between itself, its competitors, and open e-book formats. It's time to show them that those of us who seek e-book readers without boundaries will not stand for their market monopolization and Soviet-style platform containment.

May 4, 2009 by

Digital music accounted for 10% of music purchases in 2007

US album sales plunged 9.5% in 2006 from 2006, continuing a downward trend for the recording industry, despite a 45% surge in the sale of digital tracks. A total of 500.5 mln albums sold as CDs, cassettes, LPs and other formats were purchased in 2007, down 15% from 2006’s unit total, said Nielsen SoundScan. About [...]SHARETHIS.addEntry( { title: "Digital music accounted for 10% of music purchases in 2007", url: "http://www.itfacts.biz/us-album-sales-plunged-95-percent-last-year-from-2006/9328" } );

January 3, 2008

Documents to Go 3 for Windows Mobile now supports Office 2007 formats

Back in December I mentioned that Office 2007 native file formats were not supported on any mobile device or 3rd party application. I have been using Documents to Go on a Windows Mobile 5 Smartphone and was confident that DataViz would probably be one of the first out to support these new formats. It seems I was right as DataViz announced Documents to Go for Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone and 6 Standard version 3 that supports these new formats. You can pick up this powerful application that even has more features, and now even more functionality, than Windows Mobile 6 apps for US$29.99. This update follows closely to the update for Palm OS devices that also support Office 2007 formats.

May 15, 2007 by

kApp - 15 Basketball Drills

In this kApp Coach Collins explains drills that will aid player development in multiple areas. Coach Collins provides a look into the...

December 15, 2014 by Retrieve Technologies

Sunday funnies: Infinite Loop on HandBrake

You gotta love writing like this: "The future is indeed bright for those engaging in legitimate transference of DVDs to other video formats, as well as dirty, stinking, filthy, communist pirates stealing food from the mouths of the children of movie studio executives. The same sun shines on us all."

April 22, 2007 by

Google Base now supports Word and PowerPoint

Garrett Rogers who covers all things Google for us here on the ZDNet blogging network has the skinny (and some screen shots) on some new file formats supported by Google's Google Base service: Google has updated the uploader tool on Google Base, allowing users to associate more types of files with their items.  Until today, uploading was restricted to images — but now users have the option to upload PDF's, Microsoft Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, Excel spreadsheets and more.

August 4, 2006 by

Pony Tales for Kids

PonyTales is a story book app where anyone - a parent, a child, a teacher - can read and write stories. Write about a trip to the zoo,...

December 13, 2014 by Paulose Varughese

23% of US households spend $10-25 a month on music

US consumers are experimenting with new audio technologies, from online music services to terrestrial and satellite digital radio and multichannel audio formats, but they still rely on CDs and FM radio as primary sources of music. A growing percentage report already owning new audio technologies, or are planning to make a purchase in the next year.

July 5, 2005 by

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