Monthly Archives: "January 2013"

Recycling Cell Phones Helps Everyone

January 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Cell phones are produced in large numbers and on a regular basis. According to Earth911.com, more than 1.6 billion mobile phones were made last year. With new phones frequently being released on the market, old...

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January means the beginning of a new year, resolutions and the International Consumer Electronics Show, or CES. Las Vegas recently welcomed throngs of reporters and video bloggers as manufacturers unveiled what’s to come this year...

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Several decades ago, it was uncommon for every household to have a personal computer. Now, households have desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets. Devices like iPods, iPhones and iPads are as common as Walkman players once...

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Whether you’re feeling the pinch of an economy in recession or you’re concerned about the environment and contributing to global warming, switching to energy-efficient light bulbs just makes sense. As companies continue to improve upon...

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What to Make of the Epic #Instafail

January 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you’ve been around the Internet for more than a few days, and any of your friends use Instagram, then you’ve heard all the outrage at the service that recently changed its terms and conditions....

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If you think that smartphones, tablets and other recent developments in computers have been impressive, just wait until you see what IBM has in store for you. According to Bernie Meyerson, IBM’s vice president of...

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Looking for a tablet that won’t break the bank this year? Maybe a touch screen tablet for a child in your family or a simple web browser for your grandma? Here is a nifty way...

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Amazon and Facebook are both incredible powerhouses in their fields. Facebook holds immense influence with the sheer weight of social media and its impact on everyone’s daily lives. Amazon brought e-commerce to the foreground and...

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