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UrbanEars Pampas Bluetooh headphones deliver minimal design, maximum sound
Aesthetically and acoustically pleasing

UrbanEars Pampas Bluetooh headphones deliver minimal design, maximum sound

Jason Ward 5

UrbanEars may not resonate with the masses like Beats and other big names in audio accessories, but the company's Pampas Bluetooth Headphones pack quality sound, maximum comfort and all day battery life into an appealing minimalistic design. For a mid-range price of $149 consumers can grab a headset that sports better sound than some more affordable options, while beating the hefty...

Microsoft's smartphone failures may negatively impact its folding PCs
Folding PCs of all shapes and sizes

Microsoft's smartphone failures may negatively impact its folding PCs

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Folding PCs are here and potentially offer a range of versatility as desktop, journaling, gaming, creative and tablet devices. Sadly, Microsoft's smartphone failures may have done irrefutable damage to the increasingly important touch-and-app centric foundations that are important to its success in the age of modern mobile computing. Will the impact of a failing in smartphones forever...

Microsoft and Deque make accessibility easy for millions of developers
You should care about accessibility

Microsoft and Deque make accessibility easy for millions of developers

Jason Ward 7

Most people without disabilities ignore articles about accessibility because like a wheelchair ramp they're there but seem irrelevant to them. With one billion people living with disabilities and many disabilities being acquired through accidents, disease or aging, we'll all be touched by disabilities directly or by association. With the digital world becoming more integral to our lives...

Microsoft’s Azure goals ominously echo its past Windows-everywhere strategy
The many are becoming one

Microsoft’s Azure goals ominously echo its past Windows-everywhere strategy

Jason Ward 7

In a multi-cloud world Microsoft's determination to make Azure the de facto cloud service powering the world's computing is ominously similar to its fateful Windows-centric strategy of the past. As Microsoft had to adapt Windows as a cross-platform OS to co-operate with, not dominate, other OSes, it must do the same with Azure to work with other cloud services. After all - to users the...