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21.
Posting Xbox One Game Play to YouTube
By Brien Posey
Mar 24, 2014
Although the process for doing so is anything but intuitive, it is relatively easy to share your Xbox One gaming videos with the world when you know how.
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Why I Love My Microsoft Surface, Part 1
By Sean Ong
Mar 24, 2014
In this video, Sean Ong demonstrates a variety of features that the Microsoft Surface can perform, including Xbox 360 controller integration, gaming, connecting to a TV and monitor via HDMI cable, mirroring and extending the Surface display, multitasking, Spotify web player, and connecting the Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse via the unifying USB dongle.
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Why I Love My Microsoft Surface, Part 2
By Sean Ong
Mar 24, 2014
In this follow-up video, Sean Ong shows a few additional features for the Microsoft Surface. He shows how he "casts" audio and video from the Surface to a TV via an Xbox (casting media such as Pandora, Google Music, Amazon Video, and YouTube).
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How the iPad Air Compares with the New Microsoft Surface 2 Pro Tablet
By Jason Rich
Mar 21, 2014
With the introduction of its iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display, Apple continues to dominate the tablet computing marketplace and holds a significant global market share. In this article, Jason R. Rich compares the iPad Air with the Microsoft Surface 2 Pro tablet.
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Managing Memory on Your Galaxy Tab 3
By Eric Butow
Mar 19, 2014
If you find that your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is running slowly, you can check to see what apps are using up the Tab 3’s memory. Eric Butow shows you how to view memory information and close apps and processes that are slowing your Tab 3 down.
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A Short History of Online Search
By Michael Miller
Mar 10, 2014
Remember AltaVista? HotBot? Lycos? Google might rule search today, but it was far from the first search engine on the Internet. In this article, old-timer Michael Miller takes you back in time to revisit the short but significant history of online search engines, from Archie to Yahoo! — and everything in-between.
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Listening to Audiobooks on Your iOS Mobile Device
By Jason Rich
Mar 10, 2014
In this article, Jason R. Rich explains how to download and enjoy listening to audiobooks on your iPhone or iPad. You'll learn about the pros and cons of acquiring audiobooks from the iTunes Store as well as from Audible.com.
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Working with Date, Time, and S Planner in the Samsung Galaxy Note 3
By Craig James Johnston, Guy Hart-Davis
Mar 7, 2014
This chapter introduces you to some of the basics for working with your Samsung Galaxy Note 3, including setting the date and time, using the clock app, and working with the S Planner calendar app to sync all of your Google calendars as well as accept appointments and create and modify appointments right on your phone.
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Managing Your Car from Your iPhone Using the Automatic Link
By Jason Rich
Mar 4, 2014
Jason R. Rich explains how the optional Automatic Link accessory for the iPhone can be used to help you drive smarter, save on gas, monitor your vehicles, track trip-related information, remember where you parked, and automatically get help if you're involved in an accident.
30.
Microsoft Xbox One and Surface Tips and Tricks
By Sean Ong
Mar 3, 2014
In this video, Sean Ong demonstrates his favorite Xbox One features, including interaction with the Microsoft Surface tablet.
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Remote Desktop and Live TV on the Microsoft Surface
By Sean Ong
Mar 3, 2014
In this video, Sean Ong explains how to set up remote desktop capabilities on the Microsoft Surface using a variety of apps and methods. Various applications and video streaming capabilities are showcased to illustrate the performance of running a remote desktop under different circumstances.
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Take Control of Your iPhone's "Do Not Disturb" Setting
By Timothy L. Warner
Mar 3, 2014
The Do Not Disturb feature is a welcome addition to iOS 6 and 7. However, its use isn’t entirely obvious to many people, even seasoned iDevice users. Let’s cut through the confusion and master this technology right now!
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Using Miracast with the Microsoft Surface
By Sean Ong
Mar 3, 2014
Sean Ong demonstrates screen mirroring, extended display, multi-tasking, and casting of music and video games using Miracast wireless display technology on a Microsoft Surface 2.
34.
Using Microsoft OneNote with a Stylus on the Surface and Surface 2
By Sean Ong
Feb 28, 2014
In this video, Sean Ong demonstrates some tips for using Microsoft OneNote with a stylus and keyboard on the Surface tablet.
35.
Xbox Search with Bing and Voice
By Brien Posey
Feb 28, 2014
Xbox One uses Bing search in a variety of ways. Gamers can use vocal searches to look for games, music, or movies, or they can use browser-based searches to find more general information. This article discusses how to perform both search types, as well as when it is appropriate to perform each type of search.
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What’s New with Xbox Kinect?
By Brien Posey
Feb 27, 2014
Although the original version of Microsoft’s Kinect worked really well, the new version that is included with Xbox One is even better. This article explains the basics of using the new Kinect device.
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A First Look at Twitch for Xbox One
By Brien Posey
Feb 26, 2014
One of the most wildly popular apps for Xbox One is Twitch, a video-streaming app that allows you to watch others as they play various games. Learn how to acquire, deploy, and use Twitch on the Xbox One.
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Taking Advantage of Smart Glass with Xbox One
By Brien Posey
Feb 25, 2014
Smart Glass is an app that allows smart phones, tablets, and other mobile devices to act as an Xbox One companion. In doing so, the device acts as a second screen for Xbox. This article explains how Smart Glass can be used with the Xbox One.
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Communicating with Other LinkedIn Members
By Patrice-Anne Rutledge
Feb 24, 2014
In this chapter, you learn about the LinkedIn network and the many ways to communicate with other LinkedIn members.
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Making Sense of the New Xbox User Interface
By Brien Posey
Feb 24, 2014
The Xbox One interface is somewhat similar to that of Xbox 360, Windows Phone 8, and Windows 8. Although certain desktop elements will likely be familiar to those who have used other Microsoft devices, the interface can still take a bit of getting used to. This article introduces some of Xbox One’s less intuitive features.

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