Great Game Apps for Traveling with Kids

by Jessica B. June 2nd, 2016
Summer is rolling around again and for our family that means long trips and the need for many kid friendly apps. So once again I am going through our apps and checking out the new ones available to see which ones will help get us through an endless amount
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On Samsung’s Obsession With Being First

by Scott Lindemann May 5th, 2016
Just a few short days ago, Samsung issued a save-the-date of sorts to an event which is to be held in San Francisco on May 28, 2014. The press release reads simply:

"A new conversation around health is about to begin. Be there when it starts."

The date of this apparent health-related event just happens to be a week before Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which kicks off on
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Which Social Media Matters Most?

by Jessica B. April 7th, 2016
These days it can be tough for a business or website to have the time to fully utilize all of the popular forms of social media. So which type of social media matters most? Well, that depends on your business, your target audience and your goals. Here are some things to consider when deciding where to put your focus:

1) Twitter – Can you fit your message into 140 characters or less? Twitter is a great way to build up
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  • Retina Displays in the News

    by Scott Lindemann March 3rd, 2016
    Apple's OS X 10.9.3 beta was released to developers yesterday and, as with many beta releases, there appears to be at least one hidden gem which gives a glimpse into the future of Apple's products. Twitter user @KhaosT found a new compatibility with 4K displays, which allows them to be set at a "Retina" resolution, with an option for 60Hz output. This theory was tested with both the Late 2013 Retina
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  • The Clear Problem with Paid App Updates

    by Scott Lindemann February 25th, 2016
    After the astonishing (and some would say ridiculous) hoopla surrounding the iOS 7 update to the award-winning todo list Clear (currently available as the premium Clear+), Realmac Software is apparently looking to "make things right."

    According to an open letter by Dan Counsell, founder of Realmac Software, the company will be shuttering their Clear+ app while making the Clear app universal. To ease the transition for owners
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  • Apple Watch

    by Bea February 18th, 2016
    As Apple starts to hit a plateau with their iPhone, iTouch, and more, they are starting to branch out into other forms of technology, such as car integration or wearable accessories. One of the rumors that has come up over the past few weeks is of an iWatch. According to Bloomberg News, Apple has about 100 people working on a project that involves integration of Apple technology and a
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