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3 Best Summer Festival Apps

by Mackenzie M. July 30th, 2015
Summer is festival season across the United States, and people everywhere are setting off to festivals in extremely rural areas. Luckily, the makers of smart phones have released a series of apps that are geared toward these festival goers and road trippers. These apps will help with packing, navigation,
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Mobile Broadband

by Jessica B. July 23rd, 2015
If you are someone who spends a lot of time working or surfing the Internet outside of your home, it may be time to consider investing in mobile broadband. While free wifi at Starbucks or other cafes may seem great, you may have your privacy compromised, or you may find that service is not as fast as it could be. By deciding to use broadband wireless, you increase your ability to control your working environment.

Here are some tips to
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Unpacking the Fabled ‘iTV’

by Scott Lindemann July 16th, 2015
We profiled the Apple TV set top box at the beginning of this month, detailing the features and benefits of Apple's little black box that could, and providing a small bit of insight as to what the future might hold. With recent negotiations happening between Apple and the big content providers, as well as rumors of the Cupertino tech giant being in talks with LG to purchase 4K HD display panels, now might be a
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  • Wireless Chargers

    by Bea July 9th, 2015
    Imagine the day when charging your car was as simple as parking it over a mat that was placed in your garage. Wireless charging is getting to a point where you can charge gadgets from afar. In a TED Talk by Eric Giler back in 2009, he demonstrated MIT's WiTricity product and its capabilities. While the original idea of wireless charging dates WiTricity's research (thank you, Tesla), Giler credits the
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  • Best Phones for Poor Eyesight

    by Lori Sciame July 1st, 2015
    Not everyone is blessed with excellent vision.  No matter the cause, be it genetics or age, there are thousands of individuals who have trouble seeing the screen on a cell phone.  The good news is that cell phone companies do have phones that those with low vision can use with ease.  Check out the two following options if you want a phone that fits your vision profile.

    Jitterbug

    This phone has
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  • Senior Citizen Phones

    by Jessica B. June 25th, 2015
    These days cell phones are getting smarter and more advanced, but they are also more demanding of a sophisticated user who understands multiple functions and how to use them. They are also more expensive, with extensive data packages, complex payment plans and other trappings. For senior cell phone users, who use their cell phones only in cases of emergency or to keep in touch with family and caretakers, the
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