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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Intel beats the Street, emphasizes tablets
Intel reported net income of $1.95 billion for the first quarter, down 4.8% from a year ago and slightly higher than what Wall Street analysts were expecting. Revenue rose 1.5% to $12.8 billion. Intel's PC chip group posted Q1 revenue of $7.9 billion, a decline of 1% from a year ago, and Chief Financial Officer Stacy Smith said the chipmaker sees PC shipments slightly falling this year. He held to an earlier forecast that 40 million tablet computers with Intel chips will ship in 2014. "We mean 40 million tablets with Intel chips in them by the end of this year, with the majority of those being Android-based tablets," Smith said. More -- Bloomberg

The Best Password Managers
The Heartbleed bug makes using a strong, unique password for every site even more imperative. Plus it's time to change all of your passwords. A password manager can help you attain that goal; a great one will protect you with two-factor authentication. Here's a list of the best you can find, many of them totally free. More -- Neil J. Rubenking, PCMag.com


Windows Phone 8.1 Review: Cortana Leads a Feature-Packed Update
Windows Phone has come a long way. Microsoft's phone platform has enjoyed a lot of critical success over the past few years, but the praise was mostly for things like design, cool tricks like live tiles, and the fact that it's not made by Apple or Google. With Windows Phone 8.1 — which gets distributed to developers today, with the first handsets coming in a couple of weeks — the software on Windows handsets has caught up with its rivals. In a few use cases, Microsoft even offers a better experience. Case in point: Cortana, the platform's newborn virtual assistant. More -- Pete Pachal, Mashable

HMMM... "Is it my imagination, or do buffalo wings taste like chicken?"

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

D-Link SharePort Go III is the best travel router yet
The D-Link SharePort Go III (DIR-510L) is a tiny travel router and charger that lets you wirelessly connect up to 5 devices to a single Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection. Making it even more valuable is its ability to charge up an iPad. And that's not all it can do. This is a remarkable little device. For $110, you can have the capability of a state-of-the-art 802.11 AC router in a tiny roadworthy package. More -- Charlie White, CharlieWhite.net

Happy spring.. it's freezing up here.
Is the Killer App for AR a 3 Letter Word? The porn industry has always managed to stay on the cutting edge of new technology. So what are their plans for Google Glass and other augmented reality experiences? Is SEX the killer app? More -- Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times


Smartphone industry plans "kill switch" to disable stolen devices
The wireless industry announced Tuesday a "Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment" to deal with stolen smartphones. Major device-makers and wireless network carriers will agree to provide tools to customers that will allow them to remotely disable their phones and remove data. The opt-in feature would act as a deterrent against theft and is a voluntary move by the industry as lawmakers have tried to mandate such an offering. More -- Reuters

 

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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

Survey: Older Americans like shopping with mobile devices
They may not shop like teens, but U.S. baby boomers and seniors are not averse to turning to their smartphones to help them make buying decisions, according to a survey from the Local Search Association and Thrive Analytics. The research found 69% of those age 54 and older have turned to their handsets to find sales, read reviews and compare prices. That's still far less than the 97% of Gen Y respondents ages 18 to 29. More -- Telecompetitor.com

Google takes to the skies with acquisition of drone-maker Titan
Search engine giant Google continued its expansion into emerging sectors of the technology market with the announcement that it will purchase Titan Aerospace, a startup manufacturer of solar-powered drones that have the capacity for years of uninterrupted flight. The move -- which pits Google against Facebook in the quest for a stake in the drone economy -- is part of a pioneering effort to use unmanned aircraft to beam wireless Internet to underserved areas and is also expected to boost the mapping capabilities of Google's Maps division, Nick Statt writes. More -- Bloomberg

Samsung: Marketing strategy fueled turnaround
98,000+ attendees and 1700 reporters came to Las Vegas from 159 countries, to peruse the wares of 1550 exhibitors in a 35-football-field size Exhibit Hall at the National Association of Broadcasters' annual convention. Squint and it's the Consumer Electronics Show. Amongst the topics discussed where the evolution of traditional media, podcasts and what makes a good one, and the future of UltraHD and social media. More -- HollandCooke.com


HMMM... "A hangover is the wrath of grapes."

Tech Tip of The Week

Earth Day Online …
It’s almost Earth Day, and you can learn a lot about how to help save your environment by going online. Earth Day Network is a great place to start with information from all over the world. There you will find the history of Earth Day as well as blogs, news stories, photos, ways to become involved and so much more. For fun activities, crafts, games and more take a trip to Enchanted Learning, TinkerLab or DLTK. Ideal Home Garden and Party Current. You can check out how individual cities like SacramentoAustin, San Francisco and Cincinnati celebrate, and find out where special events are taking place. Search your favorite online source for Earth Day in your neighborhood. And for some Green fun on the go download Apps like Earth day Fun and The Lorax. Our Free "Into Tomorrow" App is available as well! Happy Earth Day! 

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