One of the more exciting things to emerge from CES this year is the new technology of dynamic and tactile touch screens.
Users of the popular Amazon Kindle (Keyboard Version), may be pleased to hear of a new update to the e-book reading device, which takes the firmware up to version 3.4
Some time ago Google Docs got renamed to Google Drive, with a handy new feature to automatically sync files to local folders, and a few additional changes were made. For example Collections of files are now called Folders which sounds a little more familiar. Also Home is now My Drive (what is it with these tech companies wanting to use My in front of things?).
F5 is the key to start a presentation in PowerPoint and Escape exits the presentation, however there are a number of keyboard shortcuts that can be utilised during a presentation – some of the more useful ones are included …
I recently discovered a utility called KeyTweak, developed by Travis Krumsick, which is available as a free download and runs on Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7. KeyTweak, currently up to version 2.3.0, is a free keyboard re-mapper tool for Windows that lets you reassign the codes pressing a key usually generates.