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How to link YouTube channels and Google+ pages

By Cy Jervis Google is betting that you want to consistently brand your online identity across social channels. This is why it is now allowing beta testing of a new feature: the ability to link your YouTube channel with your Google Plus page. This is great news for … READ MORE

Power More October 3, 2013

How to enable MS .NET Framework in Windows 8.1

By Brian Burgess If you need to run or install an older program on Windows 8.1, you might discover that those programs run a tad wonky because they require previous versions of Microsoft’s .NET Framework. While Windows 8.1 doesn’t enable the .NET Framework by default in 8.1, it’s easy to … READ MORE

Power More September 17, 2013

6 YouTube in-stream ads for online marketers

By Dennis Smith A major challenge companies face today is how to improve product promotion while minimizing cost. This is why many big and small businesses are looking towards YouTube in-stream ads as a powerful alternative to traditional marketing. So what exactly makes YouTube in-stream ads so powerful? YouTube In-stream … READ MORE

Power More August 30, 2013

Chromecast: Streaming the Internet to your TV

By Seth Heringer – Google held a press conference on Wednesday and unexpectedly announced a new media streaming device: Chromecast. Google has an unsuccessful history in the field with the Nexus Q, infamous for being overpriced and underperforming. The company showed it was listening to the criticism by releasing an impressive … READ MORE

Power More July 29, 2013

Why email and teachers often still don’t mix

By Louise Nayer You need a quick answer from your child’s teacher. Given the constraints on all other forms of communication in the classroom, from phone conversations to in-person meetings, email would seem to be the solution. So why is it still problematic? In part, the same constraints … READ MORE

Power More May 14, 2013

Installing apps for tour Pebble watch

By Jeremy Lesniak — I recently wrote a review of my initial experiences with the Pebble watch. One week later, I am even more enamored of it. At the risk of sounding blindly loyal, this device has changed my life. There are lots of things I could wax … READ MORE

Power More May 8, 2013

Study: Women don’t choose STEM careers despite skills

By Samantha Bonar A recent study by The University of Texas at Austin has found that young women don’t avoid so-called STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) majors and professions for lack of math and science skills. Rather, they are choosing other disciplines in spite of their skills in these … READ MORE

Power More May 3, 2013

Why SDLC is important to your business

By Anthony Pruitt, Contributor—The wild success or quick sun setting of software and apps can often be traced back to its software development lifecyle or SDLC. SDLC has five distinct and often overlapping phases: research and analysis, design, testing, implementation, and support and evolution. The software development lifecycle … READ MORE

Power More April 9, 2013

(More than) 5 creative uses for old computers

By Jeremy Lesniak Many of us have old computers lying around. There was a time when you couldn’t do everything with a single computer, but that’s changed. Increasing amounts of storage and computing power makes it easy to use any desktop or laptop as a workstation, media server, and … READ MORE

Power More April 7, 2013

Windows 8: Create your own start menu

By Sandy Berger —I understand why Microsoft wants us to use its new, brightly colored tile interface in Windows 8. After all, it wants us to get familiar with using the interface it considers the interface of the future. Even though it has given us a Windows-7 type … READ MORE

Power More March 25, 2013
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