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Every January, thousands of people flock to Las Vegas for one specific reason, but the only thing they’re gambling on is which cool new technology gadgets are going to be big in the coming year....

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Cyber Monday a Bigger Success Than Expected

December 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you’re like most Americans, you may still be coming down from the holiday high that happened last week. No, we’re not talking about Thanksgiving, we’re talking about the modern shoppers’ holiday: Cyber Monday. Though...

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It’s no secret that the integration of technology has greatly enhanced the game-watching experience of sports. There used to be a time when having something like instant replay in a game was revolutionary. Now, umpires...

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Hot Tech Items for Black Friday 2013

November 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

The turkeys haven’t even been stuffed yet, but the race is already on for the holiday season. Holiday decorations line the store aisles, radio stations have already begun playing seasonal music and everyone is putting...

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The Rising Trend of Wind Power

November 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s been 51 years since singer-songwriter-poet Bob Dylan famously sang “The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind,” and while it’s probably not what he was talking about, with supplies of traditional energy fuels...

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Have you ever declined an insurance plan for your smartphone, tablet or other mobile device, only to end up wrecking it a few days later? Even if you haven’t ruined your new smartphone or tablet,...

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Internet shopping has been increasing in popularity for the past decade, but with the rise of the smartphones and other mobile devices, more and more shopping is being done on the go with the swipe...

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Over the last decade, Apple seems to have consistently turned out as a winner. The company is one of the most highly valued in the world, and its hardware is revered and sought out in...

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Are You Smarter Than a Refrigerator?

October 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Remember when all your refrigerator could do was keep things cold? Or that time you had to rush home from work because you were scared you may have left the stove on? Well, those situations...

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How to Use Technology in the Classroom

October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Do you hate the sound of nails on a chalkboard? Well don’t worry, chances are that sound will become obsolete in the next few years as more and more schools replace traditional school supplies with...

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If you’re like most people, you’ve probably got a drawer filled with old cell phones and a closet stuffed with an array of VCR players, broken down laptop, a 50-pound 19-inch tube television and other...

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The Best iOS 7 Features

October 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Apple founder Steve Jobs once famously said that a computer is “the equivalent of a bicycle for our minds.” With iOS 7, the latest operating system for Apple iPhones and iPods, Apple is boldly advancing...

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When is the last time you memorized someone’s phone number? How about an address? If you’re wracking your brain trying to remember, you’re not alone. With continued reliance on cell phones, tablets and other technology,...

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Take Precautions on Public Networks

September 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Life is much easier these days for those who dread the thought of not having instant access to the internet…or so it seems. Stranded in a strange airport for a few hours? Feel like getting...

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The U.S. is #9 in World Internet Speeds

September 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

We may clean up on Olympic medals every other year (take THAT Uzbekistan!), but when it comes to the fastest internet speeds in the world, the good old U.  S. of A. barely cracks the...

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Anyone who has ever planned a wedding knows that tallying up RSVPs and coordinating seating arrangements is the last thing you want to do when gearing up for the big day. Couples are on edge...

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Ever since the passing of Steve Jobs in 2011, the future of Apple has come into question. Many wonder if the tech giant will ever regain the once seemingly insurmountable lead over the competition. Strong...

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According to a recent study by Flurry, a company dedicated to tracking mobile application data, nearly 90 percent of apps are now free – a sharp increase from last year’s recorded numbers of 80 to...

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Networks Getting Into Live Streaming Shows

August 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

TNT and TBS made a big splash when the networks announced they would soon begin live streaming their content. Turner Entertainment Networks President Steve Koonin revealed the news at the Turner Upfront presentation, held in...

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It’s that time of year again when college students head back to school and scrounge for money to pay for textbooks they’ll probably never even open. As if paying tuition and student fees wasn’t painful...

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