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“How Small is Small” by Laurence Valdez on November 18, 2015

I was a big fan of the movie” 1941” that starred John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd. There was a prophetic scene in the movie where the Japanese were trying to get a full sized transistor radio down the hatch of a submarine and one Sailor said in Japanese “ We’re going to have to figure out how to make these things smaller.” How small is small? How about a Super computer in a workstation! That will soon be a reality with the release of Intel’s new 72 core supercomputing Xeon Phi chip that they code-named Knights Landing. According to an… Read More

“WiFi or Not” by Marlene Gonzales on November 6, 2015

Have you ever thought about how much time our children spend on the school bus? According to an article I read on, the average is about 15 minutes intercity and an hour in rural areas. When it comes to field trips, the ride time could be quite a bit longer. Why not allow them to do homework or research on where they are heading?   Technology is so advanced now that we are able to add 4G LTE routers to the school buses so that the students are able to do more. I have recently started working closely… Read More

“Conference Calls Made Easy” by Scott Kane on November 5, 2015

Logitech’s new CC3000e Conference Cam was just released and was just showcased at The Better Direct Tech Fair that was held on October 30, 2015.  This new product is perfect for mid-sized groups of up to 10 people.  It is simple to connect via USB plug and play and Bluetooth connectivity and can be used with Skype, Cisco Jabber and WebEx.  The CC3000e is equipped with acoustic echo cancellation and noise cancelling.  The model even boasts that it has far-end camera control.  This conference camera is Kensington lock-enabled; Omni-directional full duplex microphones; an LCD display that shows caller ID; and… Read More

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