Rumors are rampant that Microsoft is releasing an iPad version of its Office software. Microsoft has denied these rumors but an unnamed Microsoft employee reportedly demonstrated a version of an app that would make Microsoft software a reality on your iPad screen. Have no fear, if this is merely a rumor, Microsoft plans on releasing Windows 8 which is an operating system for tablets this year.
Would Microsoft software change how you view a iPad? Would you be more likely to purchase an iPad or tablet knowing it would be more integrated into your work life?
Since 2004 injuries to pedestrians walking to work or school while listening to music has tripled. Researchers from the University of Maryland, say the use of iPods and other MP3 devises make pedestrians less aware of their surroundings and more likely to be in accidents. Experts label this form of distraction as “inattentional blindness”. Pedestrians have been struck by cars and even trains with 70 percent of these incidents fatal.
Tips to prevent accidents:
Unplug or listen to music at a very low volume. Be cognizant of your surrounds. Follow traffic signals
How do you watch TV? At home on your television set or online via your computer. Well, thanks to revenue generated from Hulu Plus your viewing experience online just got better. Hulu pays more fees per user, per content, than any of its other competitors, including Netflix, said Hulu CEO Jason Kilar at AllThingsD’s Dive into Media conference. What does that mean to the viewing audience? It means a lot more programming to choose from online. In an AllThingsD interview, Kilar was asked how much the company would spend toward original programming in 2012. Hulu had previously announced that