Mike Morin interviews Vermont born Susan Bennett, the woman behind the voice of personal assistant Siri on Apple iPhones.
No one wants to spend the day sitting in traffic on the way to and from a meeting. But sometimes you need that personal touch that phones and emails simply fail to deliver. Fortunately, there is a third option. Improving productivity at work by using virtual conferencing gives you the personal touch you want for doing business—without requiring your physical presence.
According to the Pew Research Center, most Americans own cell phones. No longer the technology of the future, these devices have become commonplace in the space of a few years. Older people spent much of their lives without cell phones, while most youngsters today have never known a world where they were not omnipresent. The nature of cell phone usage is therefore strongly connected to the ages of those using them. Below are our recommendations for different user age ranges.
These days, there are many smartphones on the market and an abundance of apps to choose from to enhance your experience. It can be difficult to decide which apps to download, and it’s all too easy to end up with a cluttered home screen full of apps you don’t use. We figured we’d help you out with a review of the top apps that can help you stay organized, healthy, happy, and connected to friends and family. And the best part is they’re all free!
The process of choosing the right model for your needs can take some serious time and research. It seems that no common computer product has as many variations, with as wide a performance range, as the modern laptop. From powerful desktop-replacement systems to tiny netbooks, the differences in features, prices, and performance are astonishing. It’s best to start by deciding which category of laptop you’re most interested in—netbooks, ultraportables, all-purpose laptops, or desktop replacements.
Today, most of us have good-quality digital cameras on our cell phones. This makes it easy to capture memories anytime and anywhere. Younger generations may not realize it, but photography was not always such a quick and easy feat. Not so long ago, capturing a photo required painstaking techniques on the part of the photographer and exacting stillness on the part of the subject.