Windows Tablets

TouchRetouch – A Universal App

When I downloaded TouchRetouch to my phone last week, I was impressed. When I discovered that TouchRetouch is now available in the Windows Store as a Universal App (pay once, get it everywhere) I was excited. [...]

Wunderlist, or WunderBUST, or maybe WunderLESS

It’s no secret that I am a task/to-do application maven, constantly seeking the Holy Grail of task apps. Not that I suffer from acute CRS (Can’t Remember Shit). It’s just that I was brought up on [...]

Norm MacDonald Shares a Robin Williams Story

A friend posted on Facebook this morning. I clipped all the tweets into a single page below.   Here is the original link from The Daily Banter    And here is a link to the full [...]

SHAREit from Lenovo

Just got an interesting email from Lenovo featuring a new program called SHAREit, that can be installed on any; iOS, Android or Windows (x86) machine. Sorry, no WP or Windows Store apps yet. Seriously, are you [...]

Microsoft’s Daily Challenge

Mobility Digest’s internal staffnotify mail is a constant flow of chatter relating to one subject or another. Often times it has been shared with our readers as “Mobility Leaks”. One common theme that has been popping [...]

Puerto Rican Student Brings WebP to Windows RT 8.1

Harold Martinez, a young man who attends the University of Puerto Rico at Bayamon and is versed in C#, Java and C to name a few, declared victory in bringing WebP, the most powerful image format [...]

Hotmail Data Missing Again!

  Back on June 13th I reported that several of my Hotmail records had been altered or deleted on my phone, and subsequently on all my Windows connected devices. Actually, there were a total of (5) [...]

Microsoft Wedge Mobile Bluetooth Keyboard

After a less than successful first try at a portable BT keyboard for my 8” Asus tablet, I decided to step up a bit and try the Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard. Although it costs a full [...]

OneNote in the Classroom

I was really happy when Microsoft decided to make OneNote free for everyone. I have been using it since 2003 and it’s still my favorite Microsoft program. If your child learns nothing else about computing, they [...]

Windows Losing The Tablet Wars?

As long as retailers keep comparing budget Android tablets to “fully capable light duty” laptop replacements. Where’s the Dell Venue 8? The Toshiba, Lenovo, Acer and Asus 8″ offerings. I know most purchasing decisions are made [...]