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Jing is a free screen capture application that allows you to capture screenshots and create videos.

Usability:- Jing works with a sun-shaped icon with three spires. The lower left one lets you capture anything on your screen. The middle one looks at your capture history and the right one pulls up options. Jing’s attractive application takes a sound, simple approach to capturing, it begins by dragging the X and Y axis to define your capture field and then take a still or start a recording. When you’re done, save it to your computer or upload it to the site you want to share with. Making a screen capture, still image or video is always done with the help of a grid. Clicking and dragging X and Y axis will cause the entire desktop to turn grey and only the area captured will still be colored. The resulting video (of five minutes or less) can be saved in SWF format or stored on Screencast. Sharing the link to the stored version pulls up a new window with a Flash video on it. This video can be watched on this screen, but you can’t embed the video itself anywhere else.

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What is Voki Presenter? A tool to create Voki presentations!

Voki is an educational tool that allows users to create their very own talking character. Voki is created by Oddcast and is located in New York City.

Voki characters can be customized to look like historical figures, cartoons, animals, and even yourself! Give your Voki a voice by recording with a microphone, using our dial-in number, or uploading an audio file. Voki characters can be emailed, shared on social media, and embedded on websites!

What’s with the name?

Voki is a combination of the words “vox” and “Loki”. “Vox” is the Latin term for voice. Loki is a Norse god from Norse mythology. Loki is a trickster who has the ability to change his shape. Fitting name since Voki gives students and teachers the ability to change the character’s appearance and add a voice!

Will Voki always be free?

Yes, basic Voki will always be free for all educators and students! You can create unlimited Voki characters on your account. Basic Voki users have access to basic Voki characters. Characters with a banner notification are Voki Classroom characters. They are only available to Voki Classroom subscribers.

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Ralink Technology, Corp. was a Wi-Fi chipset manufacturer mainly known for their IEEE 802.11 (Wireless LAN)) chipsets. Originally founded in 2001 in Cupertino, California, Ralink moved its headquarters to Hsinchu, Taiwan. On May 5, 2011 Ralink was bought by the Taiwanese company MediaTek.[1]

Some of Ralink’s 802.11n RT2800 chipsets have been accepted into the Wi-Fi Alliance 802.11n draft 2.0 core technology testbed. They have also been previously selected in the Wi-Fi Protected Set Up (WPS) and Wireless Multimedia Extensions Power Save (WMM-PS) testbeds. Ralink was a participant in the Wi-Fi Alliance and the IEEE 802.11 standards committees.[2]

Ralink chipsets are used in various consumer-grade routers made by Gigabyte Technology, Linksys, D-Link, Asus and Belkin, as well as Wi-Fi adaptors for USB, PCI, ExpressCard, PC Cards and PCI Express interfaces. An example of an adapter is the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector which uses the Ralink’s RT2570 chipset to allow Nintendo DSs and Wiis to connect to the Internet via a home computer.