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Apple’s Next 30 Years

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After celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Macintosh, Apple looks to the next three decades with its brand new short film “1.24.14.” Shot on iPhones all across the globe in a single day, the piece highlights the fulfillment of the Mac’s promise back in 1984: to put technology in the hands of the people. Stay tuned for more […]

Microsoft’s New CEO

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Long rumored, Satya Nadella’s appointment as Microsoft‘s new CEO is now official. Credited with the growth of Microsoft Business Services – whose revenue has increased from $1.5 billion USD to over $5 billion USD in just five year’s time – and leading the company in the direction of cloud services with a focus on products […]

Fujifilm X-T1

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Fujifilm has finally debuted its upcoming X-T1 mirrorless camera. The successor to Fujifilm’s X-E2, the X-T1 boasts a weather-sealed, die-cast magnesium body and houses an APS-C 16.3 megapixel sensor. In lieu of traditional digital viewfinders, the X-T1 comes with an OLED viewfinder with a lag of just .005 for a more lifelike experience. Designed to appeal […]

LaCie FUEL

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For those on the market for a mobile storage device to expand the limited capacity of their iPad (or any mobile devices for that matter) the LaCie Fuel is a viable option. Physically, the drive looks something like a cross between a standard external hard drive and a DVD drive – somewhere between the two […]

Epson Second Gen Moverio Glasses

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Epson has announced the follow up to its Moverio BT-100 augmented reality glasses, which were released in Japan towards the end of 2011. The BT-200 smart glasses are reported to be 60 percent lighter than the previous generation, and include a host of new features aimed at changing how customers experience the world at large, and delivered entertainment. The […]

Ninja Sphere

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Wouldn’t it be nice to have a digital house elf that handles the operation of all your various electronic devices? That’s what the Ninja Sphere aims to be, a one stop intelligent hub designed to add your various household devices to the Internet of Things. Like other home automation systems, such asRevolv, Ninja Sphere can […]

AT&T CLP99393

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This post brought to you by Advanced American Telephones. All opinions are 100% mine. About two years ago, we cut our landline at home. The reason?  The cost to benefit ratio: it was just way too expensive for the amount of use we got out of it.  Plus most people use their cell phones for […]

TV On The Go

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This post brought to you by Bright House Networks. All opinions are 100% ours. Mobile devices have become ubiquitous with everyday life. Everyone from elementary school kids to senior citizens owns a mobile phone or a tablet. And going mobile isn’t limited to being out-and-about.  Most of us use our devices in the home (to […]

Sony USM-SA1 Flash Drive

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Even with a microSD card installed, snapping a new photo every few minutes or regularly adding to your mobile music or video library can soon eat up the available storage on your smartphone or tablet. You could dig through the box of cables to offload some files to a computer, or even use Wi-Fi or […]

Revolv Home Automation

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Once you start automating your home with electronic locks, lights, switches, and other components, the number of apps on your phone can multiply very quickly. Worse, it seems like you should be able to easily link their behavior together yet can’t. After all, if you want the lights to turn off when you leave the […]

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