With the tablet market booming at an all-time high, it’s extremely tempting to buy the next big thing or new generation iPad each time the opportunity comes around. Often times you can get held back feeling like your old tablet will go to waste when the newer model arrives. Here are some creative ways you...

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The holidays are fast approaching and with the holidays comes the irresistible siren’s call of cookies, pies, and every other decadent, fattening treat. Don’t let the holiday bulge get you this year. Wearable fitness gadgets make sticking to your fitness plan and reaching your fitness goals a cinch. The ease of use, improvements in technology,...

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When it comes to electronics like phones, laptops, computers, video games, tablets and other mobile devices, cost and quality are crucial factors. If you can’t afford to pay full price for a brand new MacBook, buying it used or refurbished might be the next best option. Here are some reliable places to look when on...

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The Spookiest Apps for a Frightful Halloween

The Spookiest Apps for a Frightful Halloween

October 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

This year, take your Halloween to a new level and tap into the underworld from your smartphone. The spooky holiday gets a high-tech makeover with ghost-hunting, haunted-house-locating apps designed to spook. If you dare, check out our list of creep-tastic apps to try this Halloween. Ghost-O-Meter Get an eerie feeling in your basement? Does your...

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Samsung Enters the World of Virtual Reality

Samsung Enters the World of Virtual Reality

October 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Thanks to rapid advancement in computer technology and Internet connectivity, virtual reality has become wildly popular, so much so that the market for augmented and virtual reality is expected to reach $1.06 billion by 2018. The time has come for one of the world’s largest tech leaders, Samsung, to join the party. With its recent...

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How to Get an Education Online

How to Get an Education Online

September 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Improving your education is one of the best ways to increase your salary, but how can you go to school when you’ve got to work full time to pay your bills? Online courses offer a solution to this common dilemma. There are several different types of online education programs. You can find classes or programs...

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A Look at the Most Affordable Computing Devices

A Look at the Most Affordable Computing Devices

September 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Laptops and tablets have now been on the market long enough for high-quality to meet low-cost. Whether you need a back-to-school device or are getting a jump-start on holiday shopping, take a look at these affordable laptops and tablets that offer quality and functionality without breaking the bank. Acer C720 Chromebook (C720-2800) At a whopping...

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Best Apps for the Sports Fan

Best Apps for the Sports Fan

September 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hey there, sports fans! Fall has arrived and that means you now have more of an excuse to eat wings and guzzle beers on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. It’s the best time of year for any sports fan as they get to enjoy football, baseball, basketball, racing and more. So stay on top of...

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Fall is just around the corner, which not only means pumpkin flavored everything is coming, it also means we can brace ourselves for a slew of new and updated mobile devices. Here is an overview of some of the most anticipated devices to keep an eye out for this season. iPhone 6 The much anticipated...

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Listening to music is more than just a way to kill time for many people. Luckily for music fans there are numerous options for enjoying music. In addition to popular music outlets like Spotify and Pandora, those seeking soul-benefiting tunes need to also know the less mainstream, untapped happiness hubs out there. Limiting your listening...

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As much as we try to not be materialistic, the sinking feeling you get from losing a $600 iPhone is inevitable. The smartphone “kill switch” bill proposes a standardized installation of antitheft software in all cell phones – this would give the ability for users to lock a phone remotely when stolen, making it inoperable,...

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It’s hard to believe summer is more than halfway over. There is still time though, to squeeze in one more epic road trip before the seasons change. Utilize some of the following road trip apps to make the most of sunny-day cruising. Roadtrippers An ideal road trip would include a balance of careful planning sprinkled...

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Gadgets for Heading Back to School

Gadgets for Heading Back to School

August 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Summer is winding down and back-to-school mania is gearing up, which means shopping for all of those school year essentials. For academics heading into middle school, high school, or college, we’ve got the full round-up of can’t-miss gadgets. Sunrise Alarm Clock Getting up for school is often the hardest part of the day, so invest...

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Mobile phone cameras have improved a great amount during the past decade, so much so, that the majority of people don’t feel the need to purchase an actual camera anymore. But if you’re one that prefers higher quality pictures usually only a real camera can produce, try out the following smartphone camera add-ons to enhance...

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The 2014 San Diego Comic-Con International means four days (July 24 – 27) of action packed events, more than 150,000 festive attendees and a long-lasting memory for comic fans. With well over 1,000 programs scheduled throughout the event, what’s a comic book nerd supposed to do? With all the energy and chaos the surrounds Comic-Con,...

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How To and How Not To Do Comic-Con

How To (and How Not To) Do Comic-Con

July 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Calling all comic book nerds, geeks and pop culture enthusiasts: Your favorite event of the year is finally here! The 45th annual Comic-Con International: San Diego returns to the San Diego Convention Center, July 24 – 27 (plus Preview Night on July 23). An estimated 130,000 people attended the 2013 Comic Con event. Nearly 150,000...

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There’s more to summer than barbecues and sunburns. If you’re tired of fighting large crowds at the park or having to lather up with sunscreen, spend some time at home catching up on the latest video games. Here are some of the hottest games of the summer. Valiant Hearts: The Great War This is a...

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Best Gadgets to Take Outdoors This Summer

Best Gadgets to Take Outdoors This Summer

July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Now that summer’s finally here, it’s time to get outside and have some fun. Though some people may see getting outdoors as a way to disconnect and unplug from technology, there are many gadgets on the market that can help enhance your summer adventures. These awesome gadgets will help you make the most of summer...

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It’s hot, you’re sweaty and you’re feeling spendy – this must mean it is officially summertime. ‘Tis the season of weddings, vacations, rooftop brunches, baseball games and giving the economy a boost with your hard-earned cash. Here are the best budgeting apps made for fellow fun-havers like yourself: Mint Mint’s philosophy says it all, “Money...

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Getting Caught Up With In-App Purchases

Getting Caught Up With In-App Purchases

June 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

We’ve all been there—addicted to playing the latest app craze only to get stuck on a level and resorting to spending real money to feed the insatiable need to keep playing. And that’s the whole point of these free apps, to sucker us into giving away our hard-earned cash with the tempting lure of clearing...

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