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Tackle a hidden menu bar in OS X

Tackle a hidden menu bar in OS X | Hitech | Scoop.it
The OS X Menu bar is the gray strip across the top of your monitor, that holds the apple menu and system and application menus on the left, and the status menus (menu extras) on the right. This bar...

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The Rufus Cuff - More than a Smartwatch. A Wrist Communicator.

The Rufus Cuff - More than a Smartwatch. A Wrist Communicator. | Hitech | Scoop.it

The Rufus Cuff is the world’s first Wrist Communicator. Web, messaging, voice or video calls and full apps from the Google Play store… all on your wrist.

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François-Xavier Schaeffer's curator insight, April 16, 2014 7:01 AM

Very interesting concept. A bit large in my opinion, but with the Rufus Cuff you'll get a real smartphone on your wrist! 

Check the demo video: http://vimeo.com/89260714

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Mobilia Labs's curator insight, April 24, 2014 6:44 AM

Wearable just keeps gaining momentum. The Rufus Cuff takes the "smarts" away from the smartphone and does the majority of the processing and presentation on the wrist.

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iPhone 5S vs 5C vs 5 vs 4S vs 4 vs 3Gs vs 3G vs 2G Speed Comparison Test

All iPhones EVER MADE. Comparison Between iPhone 5S VS iPhone 5C VS iPhone 5 VS iPhone 4S VS iPhone 4 VS iPhone 3Gs VS iPhone 3G VS iPhone 2G. This is the 2n...

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How to sync a folder with MacDropAny

MacDropAny is the easiest way to sync any folder on your computer with Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive, Box.com, or iClouDrive. MacDropAny is free, and…

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Data Pouch - 2018 Future External HDD

Data Pouch - 2018 Future External HDD | Hitech | Scoop.it

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Flipboard 2.0: Classroom Ready - Getting Smart by Adam Renfro - create, Flipboard, magazine, RSS

Flipboard 2.0: Classroom Ready - Getting Smart by Adam Renfro - create, Flipboard, magazine, RSS | Hitech | Scoop.it
Sometimes an unguided discovery mission is just what students need. Other times they need more structure. Flipboard can now do both.

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GIGS.2.GO – Sharable, Disposable USB Flashdrive by Kurt Rampton and BOLTgroup

GIGS.2.GO – Sharable, Disposable USB Flashdrive by Kurt Rampton and BOLTgroup | Hitech | Scoop.it

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Francisco Alberto Juarez Guillaumin's curator insight, April 5, 2013 6:17 PM

It´s very innovating this kind of technology, basically its the same thing we have been watching in the past few years, but at the same time we are taking care of the enviorment...

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Belkin FastFit : un autre étui-clavier pour iPad Mini

Belkin FastFit : un autre étui-clavier pour iPad Mini | Hitech | Scoop.it
Réponse du berger à la bergère : Belkin annonce aujourd'hui une variante de ses claviers « FastFit » pour l'iPad Mini, au lendemain d'une annonce semblable de l'un de ses principaux rivaux sur ce marc...

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FastFit, le clavier Belkin pour iPad Mini

FastFit, le clavier Belkin pour iPad Mini | Hitech | Scoop.it

Il y a deux jours, Logitech avait dévoilé la version iPad Mini de son clavier Ultrathin, qui existait déjà sur iPad. Aujourd’hui, c’est au tour de Belkin de faire de même, en présentant la version Mini de son clavier FastFit.


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Amazing Pics,Quotes and Fun: Latest Amazing Wrist MP3 Player Creative

Amazing Pics,Quotes and Fun: Latest Amazing Wrist MP3 Player Creative | Hitech | Scoop.it

Hailed as “MP3 Player Creative,” the portable music player features a flexible OLED screen that other than displaying the playlist also lets the user select the song or control volume with just a touch of a finger. Worn around the wrist like a bracelet, the MP3 concept gives easy access of the functions to the user. In addition, the sleek music player includes wireless headphones to offer clutter-free music on the go.

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The Future Of Mobile Computing by Callil Capuozzo

The Future Of Mobile Computing by Callil Capuozzo | Hitech | Scoop.it

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Alex Shirlaw's curator insight, March 22, 2013 1:14 AM

This article talks about mobile phone technology that can "learn from use", and "change over time". Capuozzo is clearly trying to communicate that mobile technology is going to continuously become smarter and more intelligent until it is comparable with that of the human brain. The technological evolution is inevitable, not only in mobile computing but in any kind of technology - the only constraint, is time.

Modeah Hariri's curator insight, March 24, 2013 10:51 AM

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Brendan Chan's curator insight, March 26, 2015 6:08 AM

The future of mobile technology will advance tremendously in the next 10 years. Rather than disposing of handheld devices every couple years, companies have new ideas for future mobile technologies to make devices with interchangeable hardware and adapts to the user. Also companies plan to use new designs like flexible oled screens nano tubes and a a flexible battery.

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Why you should use Mountain Lion's Spaces | Macworld

Why you should use Mountain Lion's Spaces  | Macworld | Hitech | Scoop.it
Mountain Lion's Spaces can make you more productive and efficient. Kirk McElhearn looks at why you should use Spaces, and how it can simplify your computing tasks.

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Bientôt la fibre optique pour les câbles Thunderbolt

Bientôt la fibre optique pour les câbles Thunderbolt | Hitech | Scoop.it
La technologie Thunderbolt développée par Intel a du mal à s'imposer, le choix de départ donnant l'exclusivité à Apple pendant l'année 2011 n'y est sans doute pas étranger. Mais 2012 marque bien la...
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MOOCs and copyright law

MOOCs and copyright law | Hitech | Scoop.it

"Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are still pretty new but more and more universities, platform providers and publishers are beginning to create MOOCs to raise their profile and showcase high-quality materials. But there is a risk that reputations can take a serious hit if materials and data are being used incorrectly, or without permission."


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skiinglibrarian's curator insight, April 19, 2014 5:48 PM

Excellent analysis of the copyright issues that educators need to consider as they  utilise the open online course revolution. There are such opportunities for learning and teaching but TIME needs to be given to ensuring that resources used are attributed appropriately, are legitimate and permissions sought where necessary. Many MOOC platforms are commercial in nature and profit focused (in the long term) so Statutory licences and Educational exceptions are  not applicable.

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Data recovery from external drives may be harder than you expect

Data recovery from external drives may be harder than you expect | Hitech | Scoop.it
A data recovery specialist has warned that WD external drives present particular recovery issues when failure occurs. WD says it's not that simple.

In particular, he said that WD external drives incorporate an encryption chip, so if there's a problem with the case it isn't possible to transplant the drive mechanism into another case.

That sounded like a serious matter, especially as Briscoe noted WD's big market share in Australia. So we checked with WD, and it turns out it's not quite that simple.

WD My Passport models - the company's portable range - do indeed include hardware encryption, but its use is not mandatory. Encryption and portable devices go well together, as there's probably more chance that you'll lose a drive while travelling than have it stolen from your office.

Encryption makes sense when sensitive data is stored on notebooks (Windows and OS X both support drive encryption), and the same goes for portable storage.

But WD officials confirmed that Briscoe was correct to the extent that if the encryption feature of a My Passport drive is activated then it is not possible to recover the data after transferring the mechanism to another My Passport enclosure.

 


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Ihnatko deciphers Apple’s dueling iPhones

Ihnatko deciphers Apple’s dueling iPhones | Hitech | Scoop.it
Apple announced two phones today. One of them seems to be mostly a response to the needs of the international phone market. The other one seems to underscore

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Data Pouch - 2018 Future External HDD

Data Pouch - 2018 Future External HDD | Hitech | Scoop.it

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TeamDrive - Sync your data fast and securely | TeamDrive 10Gb Free

TeamDrive - Sync your data fast and securely | TeamDrive  10Gb Free | Hitech | Scoop.it
TeamDrive provides secure online storage for private and business use. Sharing, collaboration and synchronization of files and folders across all devices.

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Web 2.0 in the Classroom - Part 5 - Teach Amazing!

Web 2.0 in the Classroom - Part 5 - Teach Amazing! | Hitech | Scoop.it
Check out this great list of web 2.0 sites for the classroom. Lots more on the educational technology blog Teach Amazing!

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Silvia Gallardo-Martin's curator insight, April 14, 2013 3:44 PM

So... you are not the creative type? These days it's all about getting students to be creative! Take a look for yourself.

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Belkin Announces Bluetooth Keyboard Cover For iPad Mini [iOS Blog]

Belkin Announces Bluetooth Keyboard Cover For iPad Mini [iOS Blog] | Hitech | Scoop.it

Belkin has announced a new Bluetooth keyboard case for the iPad mini, competing with a similar offering announced yesterday by Logitech. The Next Web: Coming in at just 7mm, the FastFit keyboard case is thinner than the iPad mini.


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Belkin announces FastFit keyboard case for iPad mini

Belkin announces FastFit keyboard case for iPad mini | Hitech | Scoop.it
The battle of the iPad mini keyboard cases has heated up the past two days. Logitech fired the first volley by announcing the US$79 Ultrathin Keyboard
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Belkin Challenges Logitech.. New FastFit Wireless Keyboard Case for iPad mini

Belkin Challenges Logitech.. New FastFit Wireless Keyboard Case for iPad mini | Hitech | Scoop.it

"The iPad mini has been out since October, but we are just now seeing impressive keyboard cases for the device emerge. Yesterday, Logitech revealed its Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for the iPad mini, which claimed to be the thinnest on the market.

 

Not to be outdone, accessory maker Belkin announced its own iPad mini keyboard today, the FastFit Keyboard case. Belkin is also claiming to have the “lightest and thinnest” keyboard on the market."


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'World's Smallest Cellphone Charger' Provides Emergency Backup [VIDEO]

'World's Smallest Cellphone Charger' Provides Emergency Backup [VIDEO] | Hitech | Scoop.it
Fuel claims to be the "world's smallest cellphone charger," and aims to save users in a pinch when their battery is dying.
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Le Graphène : ultra-léger, ultra-résistant, un matériau révolutionnaire

Le Graphène : ultra-léger, ultra-résistant, un matériau révolutionnaire | Hitech | Scoop.it
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Mac troubleshooting: Be prepared for hard-drive failure | Macworld

Mac troubleshooting: Be prepared for hard-drive failure | Macworld | Hitech | Scoop.it
When hard-drive disaster strikes, you need to start up your Mac from another drive to repair it. But, which drive? Take a few minutes now to prepare for emergencies.

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David Anders's curator insight, March 17, 2013 8:04 AM

When hard-drive disaster strikes, you need to start up your Mac from another drive to repair it. In days gone by, you would typically boot from the install CD or DVD that came with your Mac (assuming you could recall where you stashed it) and run Apple’s Disk Utility from there. But today’s Macs no longer ship with any optical disc—heck, most Macs ship without any optical drive. So what do you do instead? Your best bet is to prepare ahead.

Create an emergency flash drive

An emergency drive contains only the essential software you need to boot your Mac and run troubleshooting utilities (such as Apple’s Disk Utility). I recommend using a USB flash drive (8GB is sufficient) rather than an optical disc. Flash drives are superior because they work with Macs that no longer contain an optical drive, and you can update them as necessary.