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If you want to play the tech game in Russia, you have to abide by Russia law. Those laws are constantly changing, as Google has recently discovered. A recent complaint by Russian search engine, Yandex, has led to the decision (by the Russian government) to demand that Google open up »04/18/2017, David Lee
LastPass is a popular password manager that retains and secures passwords. A lot of companies use LastPass instead of issuing employees numerous passwords for a variety of programs. Today, LastPass got some ‘not so great’ news from a Google researcher, Tavis Ormandy. Ormandy discovered a vulnerability within the program that »03/31/2017, Paul Meyer
Connected Home Devices: Are You Safe? IKEA has recently created a connected home lighting system. The system, called Tradfri, allows homeowners to turn lights on and off using a small console and your smartphone. The concept is interesting (Ikea has a video of this product running on its website), »03/29/2017, Jim Lewis
One of the ways that Amazon got its start was by not charging state tax on items sold through the Amazon website. The company got away with this little consumer tax break by not owning any actual property in any state. But when Amazon opened up some warehouses in »03/27/2017, Alex Choi
Great speakers make movies sound better (or Netflix shows). While you don’t need to buy the most expensive speakers on the market, you should consider investing in some well-built speakers if you want better sound. Bookshelf speakers are compact, relatively well designed (depending on the brand), and monetarily accessible. Here »03/17/2017, Paul Meyer
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Mozilla never really caught on with the iPhone crowd, but the company isn’t giving up. This time around, Mozilla has created a new mobile browser called Firefox Focus, which is, essentially, a stripped down version of a browser. Here’s what Mozilla has decided to do to capture that fleeting »11/18/2016, Steve Luck
Apple comes out with a lot of products on a fairly regular basis. But one thing the company doesn’t update that often is the MacBook Pro. Subtle changes in the Pro happen but the laptop in its entirety doesn’t really get updated too often. So when there’s news that »08/15/2016, Alan Vega
Google is making some very useful upgrades to its email inbox app. The company is working with both Trello and GitHub to make getting updates from these two programs a lot simpler for users. Both of these changes are necessary and Google Inbox users will find these updates accommodating »08/09/2016, Erik Lim
Zipline is an interesting startup that’s serving a real purpose in the world. The company uses drones to deliver things like medicine and water to remote areas that are in need of aid. This past year, Zipline worked with the United States government to bring blood and medicine to remotes »08/02/2016, Steve Luck
Twitter has launched a new app called Engage that’s aimed at social media influencers. If you’re not that into social media, you may not know exactly what in influencer is. So to summarize that term, think of an influencer as someone that drives social media, gets tons of followers, »06/22/2016, Erik Lim
Result for «open source» in products
Able2Doc (A2D) enables users to view and convert data from PDF format into formatted Word documents that can then be edited. A2E converts graphics and preserves the PDF layout of text in Word documents.
OpenOffice.org is a multiplatform office productivity suite. It includes desktop applications such as a word processor, a spreadsheet program, a presentation manager, and a drawing program, with a user interface and feature set.
AfterLogic XMail Server is a free open source e-mail server for Windows and Linux platforms.Web admin tool, AJAX webmail, ESMTP, secure TLS/SSL, SMTP authentication, account/domain aliasing, anti-spam features,mailing lists, logging, and more.
StrongDC++ is a client for downloading files in Direct Connect network. It's based on CZDC++, which is made by PPK, and contains a lot of interesting features.
Alkitab is an open source and free desktop bible study software. Alkitab support parallel view, commentaries, lexicons/dictionaries/glossaries, and daily devotions. It also come with powerful search capability.