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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Internet Explorer usage has been in decline –rapidly– according to a recent TechnoBuffalo article. Fall of the go-to web browser?

The tech blog reports, that “across all traffic, IE weighs in at 49.58 percent of users” which is a “drop-off of 1.76 percentage points” from just last month.

This is a dangerous sign of things to come for Internet Explorer.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

What is Fab.com (@Fab)? It’s a unique online marketplace where design is affordable, creative and just downright different.  What’s unique about Fab?

While there are a whole bunch of really innovative parts of Fab which I’ll draw attention to shortly, (besides the items for sale of course), let’s begin with the general concept:

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Newsflash:

Here comes the end of Flash!

Adobe made the startling announcement that it is going to put an end to all development of mobile Flash on Wednesday, and the web’s been buzzing with the news.

 
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Posted by Julija Laventa

Who is Richard Weston?  He’s a man of the times.

In the 21st century, lines between technology and art are becoming more and more blurred each day, forming fashion tendencies of its own.

Here at SheBytes, we’ve already followed a number of fashion creations produced by high end fashion houses, specifically created to accommodate your phones, laptops, tablets and many more of your everyday gadgets.

Normally, fashion items of that sort are created in collaborations between tech companies and major fashion designers of the likes of Chanel, Dior, Lois Vuitton. However, in an interesting twist; a fresh high-end fashion innovation came to us from an unexpected place in the shape of a middle-aged professor of architecture at Cardiff University; Richard Weston. 

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

 

Fox News LIVE (live.foxnews.com) with Gregg Jarrett (@GreggJarrett)

TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington (@Arrington) is under fire for comments he made about women and minorities in the technology industry. According to Arrington, there aren’t many minority or female entrepreneurs in tech. SheBytes founder Renee Schmidt says Arrington’s opinions weren’t very PC, but he’s right (read more here).

November 9th, 2011- 11:05AM Segment

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington (@arrington) generated a stir of controversy in a recent interview for some comments he made about the lack of women and minorities in the technology industry.

But, to me the real question is:

Is Arrington right?  I weigh in.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

 

Take the Interview and Candex are a new wave of tech solutions set on revolutionizing the way businesses and potential employees get together.

As Editor of SheBytes; a blossoming tech blog and Principal of Madison Technology; a NYC based Cloud Computing and Managed Hosting company, you might have guessed that I love technology!

That’s why, I recently attended “Tech Streaming the Industry: Take the Interview and Candex Launch” event in NYC’s hotspot Yotel, and was blown away by the promising prospects.  Watch this reel:

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Few things impress me as much as Echo Design gloves… gloves that let you text on your smartphone while wearing them!  A winter’s dream come true for texters everywhere!

I’m not that easy to impress. But Echo Design’s gloves, really hit the mark. I got these as a birthday present last week and I haven’t looked back at my old winter gloves even once!

 
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Posted by Jason Moriarty

Today’s retrotech flashback is none other than the Laserdisc (LD), the first commercial optical disc storage medium.  Sometimes man (or woman) produces a piece of technology that is so strange and obscure, we look back at this piece of tech and say to ourselves “WTF were we thinking?!”  Here is a prime example.  

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Brace yourself for a new look; Gmail changes are ahead!

Everyone knows that Google is always up to something…this time the tech team is giving their dedicated e-mail product; Gmail, a redesign.  They’ve been testing out the new design by giving users the ‘option’ to try the new look.

 
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