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  • August 14, 2019

    BLS – We Have Returned

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  • February 9, 2019

    Best Ways To Use iPad in The Kitchen

    Tech-savvy cooks are using iPads as a handy helper in the kitchen. Whether it is to follow a cooking video, to look up a recipe or simply to watch TV series, the usage of iPads in the kitchen is increasing drastically. iPads help save your kitchen counter space by replacing all your cooking tomes. There are cookbook apps that help you in organizing your recipes and generates shopping lists automatically. There are many other ways iPads can be used in the kitchen? Read more to find out. Measure Ingredients With A Connected Scale  The Drop Connected Scale is the coolest accessory for your kitchen. If you are looking for an accessory that can make measuring ingredients easier for you, then Drop is your efficient helper, your kitchen assistant. Drop helps you make quality food at home by connecting the recipes you love with the appliances in the kitchen/  Drop is two things: Drop Scale and a Drop App. The scale measures the ingredients and sends the information to the iPad, whereas the app offers a wealth of interactive recipes that you can customize based on the number of people to serve. The App and the scale together help you cook dinner without anything getting in your way. Drop keeps track of everything – correct time and temperature. When you are adding ingredients to the bowl, Drop analyzes the difference in the bowl weight, prior and post to adding the ingredient, so it accurately alerts you when you’ve added ample quantity of that ingredient. Avoid Spills With an iPad Kitchen Stand While the scale is the coolest accessory for your kitchen, but to enhance your iPad use in the kitchen, a kiosk is the most useful overall thing. Ipad Kiosks are available as counter mounds and wall mounts for the kitchen....
  • March 7, 2017

    Five Ways To Use Your iPad For Business

    New figures indicate business demand for Apple iPads is almost outstripping independent consumers, with information access, mobile point of sale, and customer service all driving sales. It’s turning around the past few years of slump for the company, with the New York Times noting nearly half of all iPads are now bought by corporations and governments, equating to service and hardware revenue of $25 billion. That represents a rise of corporate sales by almost 40% last financial year, with renowned KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo tipping the company will further embrace the emerging market in 2017, releasing a 10.5-inch model to go directly after the corporate and education sectors. So how are iPads being used by business and what do they deliver? mPOS Mobile Point of Sale or mPOS is one of the fastest growing areas, with iPads high on the list of devices favored. Research and consultancy firm Grandview Research tips the general mPOS market is only set to boom further, growing at a compounded annual growth rate of 18% from 2016 to 2024. Predominantly driving it are the retail and hospitality sectors, with a new generation of apps making it easier than ever before to download point of sale software like PayPal Here, ShopKeep and Square POS to an iPad and integrate it quickly with further software like accounting apps, and email marketing. Meanwhile a massive hardware industry also supports the trend. PayPal Here provides card readers for quick payments, as does Square. Compatible wireless cash drawers and barcode readers are readily available, while secure tablet enclosures from companies like BossTab insure iPads against damage and theft. One of the major benefits retailers and the hospitality sector are recognizing is the capability to take the register and information to the customer. Need to know if it’s available at another...
  • December 21, 2016

    Microsoft Surface All In One Tablet

    Recently I have been traveling a lot and I decided to use a Microsoft Surface tablet for everything instead of packing both my Microsoft Surface and my iPad. I have to say as great as both devices are I would like to share my findings of this experiment. I decided to buy a surface because of how thin and light the product is with a full keyboard and touchpad it made it easy for travel. I enjoy using the Microsoft Surface especially during the work day with typing and having the touchscreen and pen it is just amazing for what I do daily. The surface really helped my workflow all around I found myself more productive. Windows 10 with Office 365 and OneDrive worked seamlessly Microsoft really outdid themselves with Windows 10, Office 365 integration and OneDrive. Everything worked great despite some small issues but that’s for another post on another day. After the work day was over and I decided to relax at the hotel for a while and this is where I found myself as happy with the surface as I was during the work day. I decided to catch up on some TV the Windows 10 app support has come a long way I download the apps for Netflix, CW, and ABC and enjoyed the content. Since HBO has no app support for the Microsoft Store I had to open up chrome and had to type HBOGO.com and enter my credentials to watch shows, that was a minor inconvenience. Since the screen was constantly lit I had to keep the device plugged in permanently after watching a few shows on the surface. I know part of that was me using chrome with Adblock to avoid all the ads on websites and Microsoft does recommend using Edge Browser for...
  • September 19, 2012

    Apple iOS 6 Releases Today

    Apples next major update to the iPhone mobile operating system iOS 6 is due out today.  iOS 6 supports the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 , iPhone 4S , iPhone 5.  Apples iPhone 5 will hit stores on Sept 21st.  The iOS 6 also supports the iPad 2, the new third-generation iPad and the fourth-gen iPod Touch. The iOS 6 will be released sometime around 10 a.m. Pacific time, or 1:00 p.m. Eastern, but perhaps earlier.  Apple has confirmed that the operating system will indeed launch today.  So now it’s just a matter of watching and waiting for an alert on your device telling you the OS is ready to be pushed across. One of the key additions to iOS 6 is a mapping app.  Apple is getting rid of Google Maps which is a big loss for Google.  The update will also have an improved Siri.  Another notable change is the ability to conduct Facetime video chats over a 3G cellular network.  Facetime over 3G has brought up discussion about its impact on metered data plans. The new iOS 6 is said to have 200 new features including tighter Facebook integration, more phone-answering options Apples own Passbook app for storing boarding passes, movie tickets, and other location-based items.  Passbook apps are not new but defiantly being built into the iOS is something new for Apple. Being an iPhone owner and user I have been looking forward to this update and plan to upgrade my phone OS in the next few days. Tips, check this free iPhone transfer software for iOS 6 and above.