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Foster D. Coburn III

Foster D. Coburn III
Foster D. Coburn III is the author of thirteen books on CorelDRAW, the latest being CorelDRAW X6 Unleashed. He has been a contributor to numerous magazines. Foster has taken many projects, including this Web site and many more, from the early design stage through to a finished piece. He has been a featured speaker at many graphics and Web conferences.

9-Port 60 Watts USB 3.0 Hub with 2 Smart Charging Ports

I remember back to when I got my first USB device, it seemed like a couple of USB ports on a computer were plenty. Now I’m not so sure there are ever enough ports. USB has also gone through various versions with each new one providing additional speed. Today I’ve …

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Do You Have a Better Scanner Than Me?

In a recent client meeting, we were discussing a number of old photos that needed to be scanned for a Web site. I understand that clients always want to save money if there are tasks they can complete themselves. In this case, I’d suggested that I should scan the photos …

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Eliminating Banding In Graphics for the Web

While working on a recent project, the only copies of a logo were fairly low-resolution bitmaps. The quality of them was good, just at too low of a resolution for the desired usage on a Web site. By asking a few questions, I was able to determine who had originally …

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Tech News Digest for September 23, 2016

Google wants to help you travel, Stripe wants to help you get paid, Facebook and Twitter are sick of giving you fake news, iPhones aren’t perfect though a dog has eight of them, fitness trackers may not help, new ways to get fast Internet and more are found in the …

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Newest Amazon Echo Dot Has Small Size and Small Price

A little over a year ago, I wrote a post entitled Amazon Echo Responds to Your Commands about a new device. It was a big success for Amazon, but the price maybe too high for the masses. Now they have released the Amazon Echo Dot (2nd generation) that delivers many …

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Two Projects Created With CorelDRAW

I’m going to be speaking in a few weeks at the East Coast Awards and Personalization Expo and I wanted to teach attendees something really cool. I’m going to describe the basics below, but you are welcome to come to the show in person and attend my sessions if you …

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Keep Microsoft Edge From Becoming Default PDF App

Last week in Removing Unwanted Windows 10 Apps That Don’t Want to Go Away, I wrote about my frustrations in Windows 10 taking over file formats every time an update was installed. I was able to get the Photos app removed so it didn’t take over bitmap formats, but Microsoft …

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Tech News Digest for September 16, 2016

iPhones are exploding in sales, through you may wait to wait awhile on updating your other idevices to iOS 10. When you do update, I’ve got a couple of links on how to get the most out of it. Samsung Note 7’s are truly exploding, have been recalled and a …

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Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones

Last week’s announcement made it official, Apple has killed the headphone jack on the iPhone 7. Of course they also released their own crazy expensive, easy to lose headphones. Today I present a better choice that works with all modern smartphones. Even better, it costs far less than Apple’s offering. …

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Removing Unwanted Windows 10 Apps That Don’t Want to Go Away

With each new version of Windows come improvements. Yet is also seems like Microsoft wants to force some things upon users whether they like it or not. At times in the past they have even gotten into legal trouble because of this. Today I want to write about default apps …

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