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Google Cardboard Is A Fun And Inexpensive VR Gadget

Google Cardboard Is A Fun And Inexpensive VR Gadget

Google Cardboard is a handheld viewer you slide your smartphone into and allows you to experience virtual reality via apps and websites that support it. As expensive technologies such as Microsoft’s Hololense and the Oculus Rift emerge, Google Cardboard is a fun, inexpensive way to dip your toe into the VR pool to see if you’re […]

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Here are 10 Tech Gifts for the Holidays

Here are 10 Tech Gifts for the Holidays

Once again, tech is topping holiday wish lists according to multiple surveys. The latest Consumer Electronics Association Holiday Purchase Patterns Study shows 2/3 of Americans plan to give gadgets, and a national survey commissioned by Best Buy revealed that technology is what most Millennials are hoping to find under the tree. With those stats in […]

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5 Easy Ways to Upgrade Your Home to a Smart Home

5 Easy Ways to Upgrade Your Home to a Smart Home

It’s safe to say that the “smart home” trend has gone mainstream and homeowners are adopting new smart home technology like crazy. This should come as no surprise considering the availability of affordable gear and the benefits that certain gadgets can bring with them. If you’re looking to smarten up your home, here are five […]

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Best New Tech Gadgets for Business Men and Women

Best New Tech Gadgets for Business Men and Women

It’s a simple fact of life that to successfully run a business in the 21st century, you’re going to have to leverage technology to your advantage (and depending on your business, you may be entirely dependent upon it). Of course, “technology” is a rather broad term that can mean many things. It’s fair to say […]

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Advancements of Bluetooth Technology

Advancements of Bluetooth Technology

Cellphone technology has come very far in the last few decades. In 1990, a mere two million mobile phones were sold in the United States as opposed to about 1.8 billion today. That same year, the first cellphone call was made using Second Generation digital technology. While monstrous in size compared to today’s devices, these […]

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Which Smartphone (Operating System) Is Right For You?

Which Smartphone (Operating System) Is Right For You?

Making the leap from traditional phones to smartphones is a life-changing experience. Seriously. Huffington Post reports that 84 percent of people polled said they couldn’t go a single day without their phones. They’re handy, they’re convenient and they’re able to do almost anything you could want. They browse the web, take photos and communicate with […]

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Mother’s Day Tech Gifts Perfect For Mom

Mother’s Day Tech Gifts Perfect For Mom

Moms are geeks too. Mother’s Day is quickly approaching, so it’s time to take a look at this year’s tech recommendations that would make the perfect Mother’s Day gift for Mom. We’ve compiled several geek recommendations for Mother’s Days below to help mom relax, enjoy herself, and help get her organized. Top Five Mother’s Day […]

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Near Field Communication: Pay By Smartphone Next Big Thing?

Near Field Communication: Pay By Smartphone Next Big Thing?

If you’ve seen stickers at your gas station or grocery store windows that offer to let you “pay with your phone,” you’ve discovered the next generation of payment technology: Near Field Communication, or NFC. The prospect goes both ways: it could be more convenient to lose the wallet and simply carry your phone, but it […]

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The Galaxy Note 2 Can Replace Your Computer

The Galaxy Note 2 Can Replace Your Computer

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is all the rage in the phone industry. But did you know the immense power of this phone can also allow it to be used as a full-fledged computer? Watch this video and take note of the live desktop wallpaper. The specs on the Galaxy Note 2 are pretty impressive: […]

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Choosing The Correct USB Hub

Choosing The Correct USB Hub

This one is a bit of a pet peeve of mine.  To the casual computer user, utilizing a USB hub would probably consist of plugging in a thumb drive or two into it.  Considering a thumb drive or two will not require all that much power, not more is needed.  What about larger devices like […]

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