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    Are you born mobile? That is the question Qualcomm Chairman and CEO Dr. Paul Jacobs asks. An intriguing question from the leader in true mobile technologies. If you own a phone (smart or not), you likely own a device powered by Qualcomm technologies. The brand name may not be recognized by your students...
  • Blog Post: Mobile is About You (Insights…CES 2013 Wrap-Up)

    It’s not the device that’s mobile, it’s you. The Post-PC fallacy As you and I become increasingly more mobile in our living, working, and learning, our computing simply must become more personal as it adapts to our transient nature. If you have read this far, I hope that you realize...
  • Blog Post: AMD (Insights…CES 2013 Part 5 of 5)

    AMD brings exciting new devices and performance to CES 2013. AMD has been known for making the PC super affordable. Now, AMD is bringing their x86 SoC technologies to Windows 8 with high style and performance. Natural user interface (NUI) experiences are clearly in focus for AMD’s next generation...
  • Blog Post: Developer Jobs for America with Windows 8

    While the President and the Congress work out a bipartisan way to create jobs for Americans, Microsoft steps in and offers 450,000,000 income opportunities. ...You can watch the on-demand stream here. Related posts: Reimagining Windows Windows for Kids Journey to the next release of Windows .....
  • Blog Post: The Great Transition: Windows XP to Windows 8

    In just under two years, the venerable Windows XP operating system will reach end of support on April 8, 2014. What should schools do to get ready for what’s next? For over ten years, schools and universities around the world have been using Windows XP as the core operating system for the business...