Simply put, the iX100 works anywhere with any computer or smart device. Gone is the need to be tethered to a computer by a USB cable. Gone, even, is the need for the computer. Although it comes with a USB cable, the iX100 works flawlessly over Wi-Fi. Scan wirelessly to a computer or to any iOS or Android device.Of course, wireless scanning is not new. This scanner's desktop big brother, the ScanSnap iX500, allows wireless scanning, as do several other scanners on the market. But the iX100 takes wireless scanning a step further.The iX100 has its own built-in Wi-Fi transmitter. If no Wi-Fi network is available (or if you prefer not to risk connecting to a potentially insecure network), simply connect to the iX100's direct Wi-Fi signal. You can do this from either a computer or a mobile device.With that anywhere, any-device connectivity, an integrated lithium battery, weight of less than a pound, and a size that fits easily in a briefcase (10.74 x 1.87 x 1.42 inches), the iX100 truly is … [Read more...] about Handy new ScanSnap iX100 mobile scanner works anywhere, with any device
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Zdziarski explained the screenshot problem in a recent webcast, according to the Wired blog Gadget Lab. The iPhone stores users’ actions as a screenshot, he says, whether it’s a text message, an e-mail or a recently browsed web page—to create a shrinking and disappearing effect when the user taps the home button. … [Read more...] about Law Firm Abandons iPhone After Experts Warn of Security Issues
Michigan ShortsΩΩ CORRECTION: Solar Street Lighting USA does not use marine batteries in its systems, it uses solar deep cycle batteries Ω The Fermi 2 nuclear power plant was taken off-line in early November because of an excess of hydrogen gas in a cooling system for the main electrical generator Ω Dow Powerhouse solar shingles have been set as a standard feature on all homes in a new suburban San Antonio subdivision Ω NextEnergy, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to accelerate energy security, economic competitiveness and environmental responsibility through the growth of advanced-energy technologies, businesses and industries, is now ten years old Ω An environmental coalition opposing the proposed Fermi 3 nuclear reactor claims the mitigation plans for impacts on the Eastern Fox Snake are not adequate Ω The World Trade Organization has issued an interim report finding that … [Read more...] about Watt’s New? Michigan Energy Law News – November 2012
Navigation buttons and links should always be easy to find, but do they always need to be at the top or along the sides of the page? And do they always have to be "buttons"? Unconventional navigation--as long as its easy to find and figure out--has the ability to engage the audience and keep them on your site. A good example of navigation that breaks with traditional design and works well is from the web design firm Hello Goodlooking in Helsinki, Finland: … [Read more...] about Want your website to get noticed? Break the rules!
Trial Presentation AppsExhibitView ($89.99). This app lets you organize and annotate exhibits and then present them wirelessly. Presentation tools include call-out features, highlight, freehand pen tool, a laser pointer tool and complete control of your output to a TV or projection device. Additional features include screenshot saving, creating alias names, and importing and exporting projects. For more functionality, there is a PC version of ExhibitView ($498, which includes the iPad app) where you can prepare your exhibits and then transfer them to your iPad. … [Read more...] about 42 Essential Apps for Trial Lawyers in 2016