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Skype For Lion!!!

Posted in Apple, General, Industry News, Microsoft, Web on August 8, 2011 by tatstechtalk

I recently updated to Lion myself, and apps are so much better on it, Now Skype has improved to step up to Lion, and now Mac users(with Lion) have HD Video calling!! Hit the Jump for the Link!
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Developers Get Phone Gap!!!

Posted in Android, Apple, Apps, Blackberry, Google, Industry News, Microsoft, Mobile, News, PC, Social Media, Twitter, Video, Windows on August 1, 2011 by tatstechtalk

Calling All Developers, Life just got a little easier!!!

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Posted in Accessories, Android, Apple, Apps, Audio, auto, Blackberry, Gaming, General, Google, GPS, Green, Hardware,, Industry News, Microsoft, Mobile, Music, News, PC, Photo, Social Media, Software, Specs, TV, Twitter, Video, Windows, Wireless, xbox on January 20, 2011 by tatstechtalk just follow the link if you need to call because you have a Tech Tip, Advice or need to contact the staff. Office Hours are from 10a-6p Eastern standard time.

Gears of War Looking Game “Binary Domain”…It’s Tough Though!!!!

Posted in Gaming, Microsoft, Video, xbox on December 8, 2010 by tatstechtalk
Sega announced their new team up based shooter, Binary Domain. At first glance the game has a Gears of War feel with their over the top characters and enemies that was shown in the teaser. The video starts withs with 3 characters fighting a handful of droid looking robots. From the video it looks like players may have a chance to pick from 3 characters. After watching the watching the characters take on a city filled with droid robots while the batttle takes place, a weird turn takes place (watch the video). From what is know of Binary Domain it is the creation of Toshihiro Nagoshi, who also developed the Yakuza series. The game takes place around the time of 2080. The story line to Binary Domain is Tokyo is taken over by robots and its up to to your characters to save the city. Nothing new here but there should be some twists and turns as game play goes on. There is no date in which the game will be released

HP Envy 3D is now available for a mere $1599

Posted in General, Hardware, Microsoft, PC, Windows on October 28, 2010 by tatstechtalk

the Envy 17 3D boasts a 17.3-inch 3D Ultra BrightView display, packs AMD’s 3D tech, and it comes with active shutter glasses. Specwise, you get a choice of Intel Core i7 processors, ATI Mobility Radeon graphics, a wide range of hard drive options and Windows 7 operating systems. The base configuration comes with a $1,599 price tag. although Expensive if you got the money this thing is kinda Clean! I aint got it!


Introducing the Adaptive Keyboard!

Posted in Hardware, Microsoft, Windows on October 22, 2010 by tatstechtalk

When Microsoft announced its Adaptive Keyboard, backed by an LCD not entirely unlike the Optimus Maximus and its dynamic ways, the company said it’d be hosting a contest to see which students could come up with the best way to use the thing. Now it’s time to look at some of the results. Highlights? One app, with the press of a button, replaces your keys with the icons on your desktop. Another brings Windows Media Player playlist control to your fingertips, and a third lets coders easily navigate namespace, class, and member variables. Oh, and then there’s the app that dynamically remaps your keys to frustrate keyloggers — and users. There are lots more, all presented by some generally uncomfortable looking students over the course of the video embedded after the break. Warning: it’s 24 minutes long, so you’d best get a refill before clicking “Play.”


Microsoft is Driving for the Future!!!

Posted in General, GPS, Green, Microsoft, Windows on October 20, 2010 by tatstechtalk

I know how patiently you’ve been waiting for this day, but it’s here. It’s really here. Microsoft Windows Embedded Automotive 7 is out, appearing in the download queues of “select car makers and suppliers in the automotive industry.” What does it offer? Why, Silverlight support for fancier UIs, real-time text-to-speech technology, and better expandability for third-party plugins. In bigger news, Microsoft is confirming that it is the brains behind the Nissan Leaf’s Information Hub, which not only handles infotainment duties but also gives charging status and power consumption figures. Finally, the MyFord system is going global, shipping to Blue Oval vehicles in Europe and Asia in 2011. That’s after 2.5 million Sync-equipped cars have hit the road. Highway domination? Nearly complete.

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