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When Phablets Are The New Normal

It's hard to believe, but the original iPhone sported a 3.5" display when it launched. At that time it was far and away the largest screen ever put on a phone. Today that's very small, even by Apple standards … [Read More...]

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Halt and Catch Fire – Mad Men of 80′s Tech?

Whenever there is a show or movie based on a technology plot, I get worried. Many times these shows are done poorly. Either they dumb everything down so the regular non-geek viewer can understand and they … [Read More...]

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The Race for the Internet of Things Begins at Home

I am believer in the Internet of Things, wherein most everything will be connected to the Internet and thereby given a certain intelligence. The tech industry has been talking about this concept for years, but … [Read More...]

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Chromebook Chronicles: Choices Come into Focus

The search for the perfect Chromebook, at least for me, goes on and there is lots of new information to report. I was waiting in great anticipation for the Samsung 2 Chromebook with it's 13" HD screen and the … [Read More...]

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Lactation Support – An Actual Practical Use For Google Glass

Google Glass is compelling technology and the first bold move in the world of wearable computing. But other than taking pictures and video, we have not seen too many practical uses for Glass. This is one of the … [Read More...]

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Cool Tools: Pocket-The Ultimate Read Later App

There is such a flood of information coming at us on a daily basis it can be hard to keep up. There is often not enough time to read through every article on the web as you find them. What is helpful is to … [Read More...]

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Chromebook Chronicles – Choices, Choices

If there is one good thing about getting a Chromebook today, it's that there are lots of choices. Today, there are many different manufacturers, sizes and price points. This wasn't always the case, though, and … [Read More...]