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December 2013

Logitech-V20-USB-Speakers

Back when I purchased Logitech V20s in 2009 I had a difficult time finding USB speakers with real quality sound. In my experience, in order to enjoy speakers with true quality sound you needed to purchase speakers that required juice from an electrical outlet. Keeping that in mind, I’m pretty satisfied with the sound quality [...]

Dragon-Remote

After using the dictation app that came with the Samsung Galaxy, I decided to try remote dictation with Dragon’s NaturallySpeaking. After all, if I can write one article on two separate devices at the same time using Android’s default dictation software, imagine what I can do with NaturallySpeaking. To use Dragon’s remote microphone feature you’ve [...]

Dictation

My new Samsung Galaxy tablet has me exploring all kinds of neat tricks. Did you know it’s possible to dictate into your Android device and have it transcribed on your computer? If you really want to push the envelope, you can have it transcribed both on your computer and your device at the same time. [...]

Cloud-Storage

Before I begin this post, I want to reiterate I’m a Feliciasauraus. In other words I’m a dinosaur when it comes to new technology. I don’t have a Smartphone and have just recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition). That needed to be said so you’ll get a better understanding of my cloud [...]

Kodak-Camera

In December of 2011 I did a review on the Kodak PlaySport camera. One of the cons discussed in the review was the camera’s poor battery life.  Since that review, Kodak has stopped making digital cameras and has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2012.  In 2013 Kodak emerged from the bankruptcy protection as [...]

Screen-Clip

There are times when a picture is worth a thousand words. Tech writers especially understand the importance of being able to take a screen clip of a computer screen’s display. Transitioning from a laptop to a tablet presents an interesting challenge in capturing screen images. The challenge for this writer is she didn’t know how [...]

Logitech-Keyboard

I purchased the Logitech Bluetooth keyboard to act as the default keyboard for my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition). I’m new to Android (and wireless technology) so I was concerned as to whether or not a newbie could pair the device and get things rolling quickly. It couldn’t be any easier. On the inside [...]

Frustration

I’ll begin this post by saying that on the whole, I’m very pleased with my Galaxy Note 10.1. Seven days into my Galaxy ownership, I’m not sorry that I purchased the device. Having said that, I must admit that but I’m becoming increasingly frustrated with the inability to configure the apps on the Note 10.1 [...]

Belkin-Case

If you shell out the cash to purchase the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, I recommend you protect your investment by purchasing the correct carrying case for it. I’m sure you already know that one size case does not fit all. In my excitement to purchase the device I ordered an inexpensive case from Amazon. Not [...]

Microsoft-to-Android-Transition

I’ve been having a plethora of MMAE moments. What is MMAE you ask? Simple, it’s having a Microsoft Mindset in an Android Environment moment. If you were raised on Microsoft and are transitioning to Android, you’re familiar with such moments. Your first moment was probably like mine, looking for the little “x” to close out [...]