Electronics

Tween Computer Use

My Child is My Teacher

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Technology has changed so much in the last two decades that it’s hard to keep pace with all the developments. Twenty years ago middle school kids might have had one class on typing or word processing.  A few lucky kids may have had a computer in their homes.  Today, modern tweens have a footprint on […]

Microsoft

Microsoft Announces Xbox Streaming TV

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Microsoft announced a fall launch of Live TV, a service that will bring streaming television to the Xbox. A partnership with YouTube was also made that will provide Xbox with even more content. Users will be able to voice and motion search for content using the Kinect. Read the full article at PCMag.com

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – June 7, 2011

[wpaudio url=”https://media.shellypalmer.com/wp-content/images/usrn/110607_SHELLYPALMER_GEN_BED.mp3″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Steve Jobs recently announced Apple’s newest streaming data service called iCloud.  The product allows users to store documents and songs online and access them from any Apple device. iCloud will even search your computer for all songs, even those not purchased through Apple, and sync them to […]

Xbox 360

Microsoft Student Promo Gives Away Xbox 360

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A new promotion by Microsoft offers students a free Xbox 360 with the purchase of any Windows computer that costs $699 or more. The deal runs until September 3rd and all you need to claim the offer is a .edu email address. Eligible computers can be purchased through Best Buy or one of Microsoft’s retail […]

Xbox 360

Xbox 360 Still Best Selling Console in U.S.

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According to multiple reports, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 remains the best selling videogame console on the market in the U.S. With a year-over-year sales increase of 28%, the Xbox 360 beats every current-generation console in growth. Adding to Microsoft’s success is the best-selling game accessory the Kinect. Read the full article at slashgear.com