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Bubl ABC App Review

by Jessica B. December 1st, 2016
As the mom of two young kids, I’m constantly on the lookout for new apps for my tablet and phone that are both educational and entertaining – a combination that is surprisingly difficult to find. I also look for apps that would be suitable on an airplane, as we
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Longing for a Sense of Community in the Social Era

by Scott Lindemann November 3rd, 2016
The year is 1998. You're sitting at your desk, connected to the internet via a Netzero dialup program you hacked so it would stop showing ads on your 15-inch monitor, which is running Windows 98 in 1024 x 768 resolution. You felt like such a badass with so much screen real estate; able to browse the web and keep an eye on your AOL Instant Messenger buddy list at the same time. You were on ICQ, too, but it
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On the Pliability of Materials

by Scott Lindemann October 6th, 2016
It's always something with these Apple devices, isn't it? If they're not scratching, they're cracking. If they're not cracking, they're discoloring. If they're not discoloring, they're dropping calls. If they're not dropping calls, they're chipping. And if they're not chipping, they're bending.

Newsflash: Physical materials are prone to physical effects.

I've never understood why this is such a difficult concept for the public at large to grasp. I mean, sure, the media has a large hand in it simply because of their
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  • Decisions, Decisions: Mac or PC

    by Jessica B. September 1st, 2016
    My computer died last week, not even three years old, mostly due to over use and over heating, it died a sad death. Thankfully I managed to back up my files so that aside from losing a large chunk of money, I did not lose much data. But the truth is it was pretty disrupting watching your entire computer suddenly not function. My last computer was an expensive MacBook
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  • The Mobile Device Effect

    by Scott Lindemann August 4th, 2016
    It's a familiar scene: a group of friends, family, or co-workers, sitting around a dinner or lunchroom table, eyes fixated on their tiny little screens, not once making eye contact with the person next to them, or the person in front of them. It's gotten to the point where this is almost considered normal. Such behavior is representative of a strange feature of modern society, in that even as
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  • Mockups, Rumors, and Sapphire Glass, Oh My!

    by Scott Lindemann July 7th, 2016
    So we've pretty much seen all there ought to be to see with regards to these part leaks, right? I mean, we've got physical mockups of the iPhone 6 in Space Gray, Silver, and Gold, in both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch varieties. Then we've got SIM card trays a-plenty, showing... well, not a whole lot, really.

    Up until this point, I thought we were going to be forced to
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