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Apple Reveals Apple Watch

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It’s all true.  Apple today launched the first new product category of the Tim Cook era, the Apple Watch, and took a giant cannonball into the pool of wearable computing. Rather than take an iPhone and shrink it to fit your wrist, Apple builds a new user experience from scratch. Read More »

Apple Announces iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

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Today Apple joined the big kids’ table. At an event at Flint Center for the Performing Arts , Apple revealed the next iterations of their flagship product, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. The iPhone 6 will come with a 4.7-inch display, while the iPhone 6 Plus will have a 5.5-inch screen for “phablet” fans.  Read More »

Facebook Mobile feature is taking up too much data!

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Users of Facebook on both computers and mobile phones are aware of the frequent adaptations and developments being introduced. The latest of these features is for a video that a user posts to autoplay without any interaction from a user past scrolling to a point where the video is seen. A feature like this can very easily and very quickly ... Read More »

Dont like Facebook Messenger? Google does…

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Admist all of the craziness and backlash Facebook has received about making people split their time between two of their apps (and here’s my opinion on it) someone is paying attention. If seems that an alpha build of Google Hangouts was shown off on Caschys Blog showing off a ‘chat heads’ style for it.             ... Read More »

IMO: The Great Facebook Split

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In case you have been living under a rock, this past week Facebook made the move to force people to download the ‘Messenger’ app to utilize their Facebook Messenger in their app. The masses have been in outrage ever since, because….change. They have complained about having to download another app. They have complained about the permissions of Messenger. They have ... Read More »

Motorola to Shut Down American Assembly

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Motorola, a company know for it’s highly customizable Moto X, will be closing it’s American factory at the end of this year due to low sales. The company brought an assembly presence to Texas hoping to strategize a new way to get it’s new line of phones into the hands of US consumers. In response to an interview by the Journal, President ... Read More »

HTC One E8 Announced

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HTC has just announced the HTC One E8 on it’s Chinese website. Originally rumored to be called the HTC One Vogue edition,the handset sports a plastic finish as opposed to it’s metal bodied sibling, and will be available in four colors: white, blue, red, and black.  Read More »

Apple Buys Beats for $3 Billion, Here is the Scoop

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With the news yesterday of Apple buying Beats there was a lot to take in. Here’s a rundown of all of the news: Dr. Dre’s mouth may have lost him 200 million, but probably not Right before the deal that was rumored at 3.2 billion, there were rumors that Apple cut the price down to 3 billion because they were ... Read More »

New Cloak app helps you avoid your ‘friends’

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For the hermits on the go, there’s now an solution just for you. The new Cloak app leverages other social networks to help users avoid others. Using public location data from Instagram and Foursquare, Cloak first figures out which people are near the user. The app then sends an alert if and when people come within a preset range, allowing ... Read More »

Android Wear

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Yesterday Google released details on their next big wearable, which is a smart watch. Android wear is a customized Android OS with some amazing features. Google’s announcement brought excitement to many techies eyes and hear is why. Android Wear is starting with smartwatches, but is also meant to eventually extend to other wearables, according to Google. It’s designed to be ... Read More »

Pebble Appstore Announced For Next Year

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Pebble announced that in early 2014 an official Pebble appstore will be released for Pebble Smart Watches.  The app store will be included in the official Pebble smart phone app and will go live with the Pebble SDK 2.0 Read More »

Android 4.4 “KitKat” Preview

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 With Android 4.4 “KitKat”, Google has proclaimed it as a release for “everybody”. One of the defining features was to improve performance and efficiency to ensure KitKat could run on lower-speced devices. Even in 2013, some lower-end devices were still shipping with Android 2.3 “Gingerbread” because of the increased system requirements of newer releases of Android. Google claims that KitKat ... Read More »

FYI: Microsoft Remote Desktop App out today

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Today has been a busy day for Microsoft. With their Windows 8.1 Release, they also released the Microsoft Remote Desktop App for iOS and Android today. The initial thought on the app after i installed it was that I can’t connect to much, there isn’t any auto detect. We will have reviews out on it shortly, so download away! Read More »

The Moto X: The next big ‘meh’

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Earlier this week Motorola and Google officially released the Moto X phone. It’s the phone that you design and assembled for you right here in the good olde U-S of A. Note they said ‘assembled’, I’m sure the parts are all coming from overseas, a la Apple. This could be a good or bad thing, let’s find out how.   ... Read More »

Big things coming for Motorola

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There are some big things coming for Motorola, but no one is quite sure what. According to Ad Age, Motorola is rolling out their new campaign for its Moto X smartphone. They also had a new page on their website that introduced the Motorola DROID Ultra to the world. Read More »

Risky: Work email on your personal device

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Keeping your work email on your personal smartphone can be risky for you. E-Mail is the backbone of almost every business these days, allowing for instantaneous communication around the world. Many businesses rely on it for everything, as well. With businesses, always come employees. With the every changing business environment, many businesses are stepping away from the old “work provided” cell ... Read More »