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  • The Android to iPhone switchers guide

    iPhone sales are accelerating and millions of people purchasing a new Apple smartphone are switching from Android devices. If you are one of these migrating Android customers switching to iOS this short guide should help you make a smooth transition.

  • The Internet asks: Et tu, FCC?

    Has corporate "free speech" ruined the Internet?

    "Not that I loved the Internet less, but that I loved corporations more." This isn't the exact quote from Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, but many bloggers believe Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler is thinking it. Wheeler -- according to multiple reports -- has approved changes that will permit Internet Service Providers (ISP's) to charge premium rates for faster data speeds.

    In IT Blogwatch, bloggers believe those with the gold, make the rules.

  • C'mon, how much difference could it make?

    This IT pilot fish's company hires an outside vendor to conduct Windows 7 training for its users -- but maybe not exactly the right training company for the job.

  • Northeast Utilities creates STEM jobs -- in India

    Northeast Utilities, via its offshore contractors, brought in H-1B visa holders to replace its U.S. workers as a prelude to moving work offshore.  This kind of thing used to make people angry, but it’s so routine today that few even think to question it.  

  • Windows Phone mobile ad share: Barely even measurable

    Microsoft's newest plans for Windows Phone to make money in mobile ads and services, while giving away the platform for free, are are already in jeopardy. Just-released research shows that Windows Phone's share of the global ad market is so negligible that it can barely be measured.

  • Forensic researcher publishes guide for grabbing digital evidence off Google Glass

    Attention Google Glass Explorers and their evil twins -- Glassholes: The day is coming when what you think you are doing in secret could be made public during court and make or break a case. A researcher published a guide to help forensic examiners extract digital evidence from Google Glass, such as if the device was being used at a specific time like while driving. Other Glass forensic evidence includes voice commands, web searches, photos, videos and directions.

  • OS X Beta Seed: Apple's open is closed

    Apple-focused bloggers will now have to do something other than breaking confidentiality agreements or exploring LinkedIn's Apple employee pages to tell their tales.

  • Apple puts pre-release OS X on the map

    Beta Seed: Help find hidden treasure.

    Yesterday, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) quietly started a new program which permits users to try out pre-release versions of OS X. Named "Beta Seed," the program is available to anyone free of charge.

    In IT Blogwatch, bloggers believe silence is golden.

  • That's what in accounting they call a 'write-off'

    This consultant pilot fish is taking care of the PC network at a citrus processing plant in Florida -- one where the head accountant considers himself a tech expert.

  • Leaker claims that free cloud-based Windows is headed our way

    Microsoft is at work on a free, cloud-based version of Windows called Windows Cloud that requires an Internet connection for full functionality, and whose full features beyond base ones would only be unlocked if you paid for a subscription. So claims a Russian leaker who has often been right before. Is he right again, or is this just a false rumor?