Month: September 2016

The Latest in Tech News

From the latest in mobile devices to the web browsing, we’ve compiled a brief overview of the best industry happenings of this month. Wearable Technology Improvements for the Apple Watch A few weeks have gone by since the Apple Watch Series 2 has been made available to the public. Though there are some awesome new features, including a GPS and water-resistant protection, users are still lo...

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Master Microsoft Office with These Shortcuts

With the Microsoft Office suite being the most universally used office suite for business, having shortcuts to enhance your productivity is ideal. Use these PC Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint shortcuts in this infographic to help you cut down your production time. Word #1: Delete Word Take a word like supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Imagine having to backspace each of those letters...

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Could Online Videos Hack Your Smartphone?

With their ability to serve multiple purposes, online videos are quite the luxury. Had a long day at work? Watch a funny cat video. Need to learn something on the fly? Watch a five-minute tutorial video. Need to catch up on today’s news? You get the picture. But to think that the very tool we use to entertain and educate ourselves could actually cause harm to our smartphone – well, that’...

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Making a PowerPoint Presentation

Let’s be honest. With PowerPoint, next to Word, being the easiest Office Suite programs to use, you’re probably thinking that there’s not much more you need to learn. Contrary to popular belief, there are a few things you can implement that will make all the difference when building efficient presentations. Here are four time-saving PowerPoint presentation tools you should use: 1. Templ...

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Is the Surface Book 2 Coming Soon?

After Microsoft posted on Instagram what appeared to be an all black Surface Book 2 late last month, the world went mad. However, The Verge uncovered the truth after a Twitter user tweeted that the image was a cropped version of the original Surface Book promo image. Oddly, Microsoft had a different claim. Windows Central stated that the image was from an internal “sizzler” video to sho...

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Microsoft Commercials Take a Jab at Apple

Let’s take a stroll down memory lane. Remember the Apple commercials with the calm, cool, and collected Mac guy and the nerdy, slightly socially awkward PC guy? Now, seven years later, Microsoft brought the rivalry back into the limelight – launching a new campaign to show Apple who’s boss by showcasing their innovative features and productivity abilities. Their approach is simple, yet po...

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Microsoft Outlook Migration Further Delayed

We know that some of you have been patiently waiting for the migration of the Outlook.com experience since 2015. For those of you that have received it – consider yourself lucky. For those of you that haven’t...it looks like you’ll have to wait even longer.Microsoft reported in April that only 175 million out of 400 million users received the new Outlook.com experience.Initially, the tech ...

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