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Bleeding Edge TV 329: BlackBerry Presenter Demo

The device allows you to control a PowerPoint presentation wirelessly using just your BlackBerry phone. At we were able to hang with Ryan Biden, RIM Product Manager for the BlackBerry Presenter device, as he gave us a test drive. Aside from simply wirelessly displaying and controlling a PowerPoint presentation from your BlackBerry, you can also set a presentation to loop on its own once the Presenter has it cached, and walk away. We give you a full demo of the BlackBerry Presenter in this episode.

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What the F*ck is Social Media?

Posted by Drea Avellan Categories: Marketing, Social Media

What the F*ck is Social Media: One Year Later, is a presentation by Marta Kagan depicting the impact of social media on our current culture. A great starting point for anyone just jumping into the social media bandwagon and a perfect way convince businesses to start taking social media seriously. The presentation explains that social media is about dialog with your consumers—it’s no longer a monologue. Filled with statics, metrics and tips, What the F*ck is Social Media One Year Later is a great presentation that gives some insight into the social media world in a clean, easy to understand manner.


Multi-Media USB Presenter/Mouse/Laser Pointer

Multi-Media DeviceThis ergonomic Multi-media device can be used as a wireless presenter, mouse with trackball or laser pointer. Plug into your USB port and choose between two modes. It can page up or down, zoom, and supports Windows 98/Me/2000/XP. Specialty buttons connect to My Favorites or My Computer. At a size of 128 x 52 x 45mm, it comes with both receiver and 2 AAA batteries at a price of $37.00.

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Canon REALiS Professional Projectors WUX10 and SX80

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Corporate News, Misc. Tech

WUX10SX80

Canon has two new REALiS Professional Projectors. The WUX10 has a WUXGA-resolution (1920 x 1200) and is top of the line. Their REALiS SX80 has a hi-res SXGA+ (1400 x 1050) with PictBride connectivity. Both have LCOS reflective LCD panels for what they say eliminates the “screen door effect” and AISYS (Aspectual Illumination System) Optical Engine for higher brightness level and better contrast. Finally, both have 1.5x powered zoom/focus lenses. Look for an October debut with the WUX10 with a whopping MSRP of $12,999.00. The SX80 will be available this month for $3,999.00.

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