Apple has been accused of losing the ability to be innovative. After the announcement during the Apple Keynoe at the WWDC, is the new iOS 7 innovative? Let us know what you think.
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The Internet can sometimes be a frightening experience for adults, and that makes parents wonder if they should allow their kids’ to have access. Everyone has an opinion on this matter, and Make Tech Easier wants yours. Do you control what your kids do on the Internet?
For this week’s poll, we want to know what your thoughts are about tablets. Are tablets useful to have or just another luxury product?
It is never easy to decide whether to allow your kids to access the Internet . At which age do you think is appropriate to expose the kids to the Internet?
Which of the following gadgets is the most precious to you and is the most disastrous to lose?
Will you sign up for a website that you know nothing about, just because it promises exclusivity and an exceptional benefit? Let us know in the comments.
Microsoft has released the Windows 8 Consumer Preview and Release Preview for the public to test and play it out. Some of you will have played with it, and even use it in your daily production machine. We are keen to know how impressed (or unimpressed) you are with this new OS. Here’s the poll […]
In this week poll, the question is: Do You Support MTE Switching Back to the Native WordPress Comments System (From Disqus)? The reason behind this is because while Disqus is a great third-party commenting platform, it also comes with several drawbacks which makes it difficult for us to manage. Firstly, it doesn’t support author notification […]
The result for last week poll: Which Is Your Favorite Office Suite Application? is out. Here’s the breakdown: When it comes to Office Suite, LibreOffice is the clear people’s favorite with 50% of the vote and hold a comfortable lead over the second position. Microsoft’s Office is at a distant second place, despite it beings […]
Most, if not all, computer comes with an Office Suite application. It is one of the most essential application we use on a daily basis. While most people will have heard of Microsoft Office, not all of them will be using it, manly because it comes with a steep price and many people doesn’t need […]
The poll last week was “How Many Social Networks Are You Actively Involved?” and the results were out. A whopping 23% of you were not involved in any of the social networks. 34% of you, which is the majority, only actively involved in 1 social network while another bulk, with 27% were involved with 2 […]
The poll last week was “What is your favorite browser?” and the results were out. More than half of you (52%) loved Firefox while Google Chrome came in second at 37%. Opera is third with 6% of the vote while Safari, Internet Explorer, Konqueror and Epiphany received 1% of the votes respectively. A total of […]
The poll two week ago was “Do you wish to see Delicious shut down?” and the results were out. 51% of you don’t use the Delicious bookmarking service and it doesn’t matter if it close down or not. 42% of you have hoped that Delicious DO NOT get shut down. A mere 7% wish to […]
The poll last week was “What’s Your Favorite Instant Messaging Application?” and the results were out. 40% of you loved Pidgin, the versatile multi-protocols IM application. Google Talk was at second place with 15% of the vote. Digsby was at a distance third with only 9% of the vote (I expect it to be higher). […]
The poll last week was “How Much Are You Willing to Pay For a Mobile Application?” and the results were out. 33% of you are willing to pay for apps that cost under $1. 31% of you said that you only download free apps. 15% of you are willing to pay up to $2.99 and […]
The poll last week was “Do you prefer full or partial RSS feed?” and the results were out. 85% of you prefer to read full RSS feed while the other 14% of you prefer partial feed. Only 1 of you mention that you don’t use RSS feed. A total of 78 votes were casted. Poll […]
The poll last week was “What is your favorite smartPhone?” and the results were out. Android leads the pack with 82 votes (57.34%) while iPhone is at a distant second with 24 votes (16.78%). I would expect iPhone users to be close, or even more than Android users, but obviously, the poll proved me wrong. […]
Last week, we asked all of you “what’s your favorite PDF reader in Linux” and surprisingly Okular/KPDF came out top with 41 votes (31.3%). Either most of you are running KDE as your desktop manager or you install Okular (with a bunch of KDE files) in your Gnome desktop (or any other desktop manager). The […]