Bobble Keyboard (App)

Bobble
In its history, Bobble has received funding from SAIF Partners, Deep Kalra (founder of MakeMyTrip), Amit Ranjan (co-founder of SlideShare), and Sachin & Binny Bansal (founders of Flipkart). It raised 3 rounds of funding between 2014 and 2016. Bobble makes use of a self-learning algorithm to create personalized content for its users. Bobble started off as a selfie-based sticker app as more features were added. It has a facial recognition feature, used to convert selfies into GIFs and stickers. Its other features included multilingual language support, glide typing, custom fonts, themes, voice typing and autocorrection.

Church software

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There are administrative packages tailored to handle membership databases and finances, and also worship presentation programs to generate images for video projectors. A worship presentation program is a specialised presentation program designed for displaying images (primarily song lyrics) during some forms of Christian worship. Some programs include other features to help plan the service or schedule participants. There are programs available both commercially and as shareware including EasyWorship, SongPro, and Worship, Inc. for Windows, as well as MediaShout, ProPresenter, and Proclaim for both Macintosh and Windows.

Ross Mayfield

The former CEO of Socialtext, and former Vice President of Business Development of SlideShare. He is also a regular blogger and public speaker. Mayfield received a bachelor of arts degree in Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and completed the Management Development for Entrepreneurs (MDE) program at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. He began his career in the nonprofit sector with the U.S.-Baltic Foundation, after which he moved to Estonia and served as a scriptwriter for, and advisor to, the Office of the President of Estonia.

Outline of software engineering

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Presentations. Operating systems. Embedded. Graphical. Multitasking. Real-time. Robotics. Signal processing, encoding and interpreting signals. Image processing, encoding and interpreting visual information. Speech processing. Text recognition. Handwriting recognition. Simulation, supports almost every field. Engineering, A software simulation can be cheaper to build and more flexible to change than a physical engineering model. Sciences. Sciences. Genomics. Traffic Control. Air traffic control. Ship traffic control. Road traffic control. Training. Drill. Simulation. Testing. Visualization, supports almost every field. Architecture. Engineering. Sciences. Voting. World wide web. Browsers.

Presentation (disambiguation)

Presentation is the process of presenting the content of a topic to an audience. Religious Presentation may also refer to: Corel Presentations, a slideshow, presentation and graphics editing software similar to PowerPoint. Presentation program, computer software used to make presentations, such as Microsoft PowerPoint. Presentation of Jesus at the Temple, in the Bible, when Jesus was brought to the temple forty days after his birth. Presentation of Mary, an event recognized by the Eastern Orthodox and Catholic Churches, mentioned in the Infancy Narrative of the Gospel of James. Disease presentation referring to the initial symptoms or signs.

PowerPoint Karaoke

PowerPoint Karaoke, also known as Battledecks or Battle Decks, is an improvisational activity in which a participant must deliver a presentation based on a set of slides that they have never seen before. Its name is derived from Microsoft PowerPoint, a popular presentation software, and karaoke, an activity in which a performer sings along with a pre-recorded backing track (although there is usually no music or singing involved in PowerPoint Karaoke). The effect is intended to be comical, and PowerPoint Karaoke can be considered a form of improvisational theatre, or a type of Theatresports game.

List of mergers and acquisitions by Microsoft

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Forethought was founded in 1983 and developed a presentation program that would later be known as Microsoft PowerPoint. On December 31, 1997, Microsoft acquired Hotmail.com for $500 million, its largest acquisition at the time, and integrated Hotmail into its MSN group of services. Hotmail, a free webmail service founded in 1996 by Jack Smith and Sabeer Bhatia, had more than 8.5 million subscribers earlier that month. Microsoft acquired Seattle-based Visio Corporation on January 7, 2000 for $1.375 billion. Visio, a software company, was founded in 1990 as Axon Corporation, and had its initial public offering in November 1995.

Sclipo

Teachers can upload own content to their Library and add that from popular generic content-sharing websites such as Slideshare, Scribd, Vimeo and YouTube. The Virtual Classroom application allows to hold live classes, webinars and meetings via a web conferencing system over the Internet. Features include multiple video and audio sharing, desktop sharing, presentations with integrated whiteboard, and public and private chat. Social applications include a private personal profile, a contact network, online groups, an event organizer, discussion forums, walls, feeds, the ability to follow Online Campuses, a messaging system and Facebook Connect.

Quickoffice

Quick office
Quickoffice is a discontinued freeware proprietary productivity suite for mobile devices which allows viewing, creating and editing documents, presentations and spreadsheets. It consists of Quickword (a word processor), Quicksheet (a spreadsheet) and QuickPoint (a presentation program). The programs are compatible with Microsoft Office file formats, but not the OpenDocument file format. Quickoffice was commonly used on smartphones and tablets. It was the main office editing suite on Symbian OS where it first appeared in 2005 and last updated in 2011, and came pre-loaded on all devices. It was released for Android in 2010.

SumTotal Systems

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Asymetrix also produced a variety of screen savers for a short period, and developed Compel (a graphical presentation and prototyping program). The company was recapitalized in 1995 with more funding from Allen. In October 1996, SoftBank invested about $3.8 million in Asymetrix. In September 1997, Asymetrix acquired Aimtech for about $3.1M in stock. In October 1996, the company spun off its client/server tools into a newly created wholly owned subsidiary, ASX Corporation, which was renamed ConQuer Data, Inc. It was later renamed Infomodelers, which was then sold to Allen. Further acquisitions followed.

Opera Show Format

It is designed to allow presentations to be easily created with web authoring tools. OSF requires that a number of meta tags be present, including version, generator, author, and presdate (the creation or presentation date). The entire presentation, including all slides and images (in data: URIs) is contained in a single file. The look of all slides is controlled by the layout section, contained in a HTML element. The slides themselves are contained in a presentation section contained in a element. Each slide is contained in a element. The Slide Show (S9) Ruby gem creates OSF-compatible presentations using a wiki-style markup language.

Super angel

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Super angel (or "super-angel") investors are a group of serial investors in early stage ventures in Silicon Valley, California, and other technology centers who are particularly sophisticated, insightful, or well-connected in the startup business community.

NeoOffice

NeoOffice Writer
It is a commercial fork of the free/open source OpenOffice.org that implements most of the features of OpenOffice.org, including a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation program, and graphics program, and adds some features not present in the macOS versions of LibreOffice and Apache OpenOffice. Current versions are based on LibreOffice 4.4. Versions of OpenOffice.org for Mac prior to 3.0 did not have a native Mac OS X interface; they required either X11.app or XDarwin to be installed.

Slidecasting

slidecasts
A slidecast is an audio podcast that is combined with a slideshow or diaporama presentation, or just a live slideshow without audio. It is similar to a video podcast in that it combines dynamically-generated imagery with audio synchronization, but it is different in that it uses presentation software, such as PowerPoint, to create the imagery and the sequence of display separately from the time of the audio podcast's original recording. Slidecasting may be useful for the display of relevant photographs or text, and are an alternative to camera video recordings.

IBM PC compatible

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Spreadsheets, WYSIWYG word processors, presentation software and remote communication software established new markets that exploited the PC's strengths, but required capabilities beyond what MS-DOS provided.

List of mergers and acquisitions by Alphabet

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Google is a computer software and a web search engine company that acquired, on average, more than one company per week in 2010 and 2011. The table below is an incomplete list of acquisitions, with each acquisition listed being for the respective company in its entirety, unless otherwise specified. The acquisition date listed is the date of the agreement between Google and the acquisition subject. As Google is headquartered in the United States, acquisition is listed in US dollars. If the price of an acquisition is unlisted, then it is undisclosed. If the Google service that is derived from the acquired company is known, then it is also listed here.

Online office suite

online collaboration suite
Presentation program. Notetaking. Diagramming tool. Raster graphics editor. Content management system. Web portal. Wiki. Blog. Forums. Webmail. Instant messaging (voice over IP). Calendar. Data management. Project management. Customer relationship management. Enterprise resource planning. Accounting. Apple iWork for iCloud. Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. IBM Docs. LibreOffice Online. Microsoft Office Online. OnlyOffice. Polaris Office Online. ThinkFree Online. Zoho Online Office Suite. The cost is low. In most cases, there is no specific charge for using the service for users who already have access to a computer with a web browser and a connection to the Internet.

S5 (file format)

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S5 is not a presentation program, but fulfills the same purpose in combination with a standards-compliant web browser. The initial version of S5 was released by Eric Meyer on October 18, 2004 under a Creative Commons license. With the release of version 1.1 on July 28, 2005, S5 was placed in the public domain. On July 17, 2006, Ryan King launched s5project.org, "a new community site, dedicated to the S5 Presentation software". On December 4, 2006, Andreas Gohr announced a DokuWiki plugin that converts Wiki markup to XHTML-compatible S5 presentations. The content of an S5 presentation can be stored in a single XHTML file.

People's Reporter

Though the newspaper is available in print edition, it is also made available in pdf format through many other web sites which host it, namely, SlideShare, Dockoc, Academia.edu, Jaffna Diocese of the Church of South India, the National Council of Churches in India,, Radicalizing reformation. and the Social Sciences Institute of the Evangelical Church in Germany.

Microsoft Office 95

Office 9595Microsoft Office for Windows 95
Microsoft Office 95 includes six applications: Word (a word processor), Excel (a spreadsheet), PowerPoint (a presentation program), Access (a database management system), Schedule+ (a time management app) and Binder (a program for binding the work of the mentioned apps together). The CD-ROM version also includes Microsoft Bookshelf. True to its namesake, this suite is designed specifically for Windows 95. Previously, Microsoft had released Office 4.2 for Windows NT for several architectures, which included 32‑bit Word 6.0 for Windows NT and Excel 5.0 for Windows NT, but PowerPoint 4.0 was 16‑bit. With Office for Windows 95, all components in the suite were 32-bit.

Slideware

Slideware may refer to: A Presentation program, such as Microsoft PowerPoint, OpenOffice.org Impress or Apple iWork Keynote. the paper copy materials distributed as part of a slideshow. Vaporware, termed pejoratively when the product exists only in marketing promotions.

Palestine Papers

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They also include other documents, such as memos, emails, letters, strategy papers, a matrix of positions and even maps of possible land swaps and power point presentations There were published 1,684 total documents, including: Akiva Eldar, writing in Haaretz, said that the documents are more important than those released by Wikileaks because they deal with current issues regarding permanent borders in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. At a meeting in November 2007, Tzipi Livni told Ahmed Qurei that "I understand the sentiments of the Palestinians when they see the settlements being built.

Canaima (operating system)

CanaimaCanaima GNU/Linux
Productivity: The office software suite LibreOffice, with word processor, spreadsheet, presentation program, it includes other more specific programs like project management software Planner and a HTML editor. Internet: Includes the Cunaguaro browser, a web browser based on Iceweasel and adapted especially for Canaima 3.0 and onwards. Canaima Curiara, is a light web browser based on Cunaguaro, developed in python-webkit for specific applications on the distribution. Graphics: Includes Gimp, Inkscape, desktop publishing software Scribus and gLabels labels designer. The full list of included software can be found at here.

Outline of Apple Inc.

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The suite originally bundled Keynote, a presentation program which had previously been sold as a standalone application, and Pages, a combined word processing and page layout application. In 2007, Apple released iWork '08, which contained Numbers; a new spreadsheet application. iWork also included access to iWork.com, which came around the time of iWork '09's (January 6, 2009) release, and was a beta service that allowed users to upload and share documents online with others, who could download & edit them, and give feedback, although iWork.com was later withdrawn from market in 2011 with the release of iCloud.