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    SnowCraft for iPhone Review

    So the snow is slowly melting away here in the Northeast part of the country, but that doesn’t mean the snowball fights needs to stop. for the iPhone, iPad (in 2X mode), and iPod Touch is a port of the original free Shockwave game from years ago. In this iOS port, the original SnowCraft charm […]

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    LadiesLoop is a Craigslist for Women

    Don’t feel safe using Craigslist ladies? LadiesLoop is the female version of Craigslist that was designed with the safety of women in mind.  LadiesLoop.com caters to exchanges between women such as selling kids’ goods, clothes, handbags, housing and footwear. However one section is missing and that is the personal’s section.  Because of the Craigslist killer, […]

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    5 Tips for Choosing the Right Wireless Provider

    With the increasing popularity of mobile broadband we have access to a handful of advanced mobile broadband devices such as wireless and USB modems, Pocket WiFi, Smartphones and touch screen tablets. In order for you to have internet access these devices need to be connected to a fast, reliable 3g or 4g network. Before you […]

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    HTC Thunderbolt Likely Verizon’s First 4G LTE Smartphone

    As rumors of the HTC Thunderbolt sweep the net, Verizon’s keynote at CES next week is becoming more anticipated by the moment. It’s speculated that Verizon will show off a suite of 4G LTE devices, ranging from smartphones to tablets, and perhaps even an iPhone and iPad. But at the moment, all fingers are pointing […]

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    Intel Unleashes Ultrasmall SSD 310 Series for Tablets

    Any SSD fan had to know it was coming, but Intel has just announced their Intel SSD 310 series, which although it’s 1/8th the size of their Intel X25-class series, it manages to provide the same performance. The new ultracompact Intel SSD 310 is designed to power tablets, dual-drive notebooks, and rugged embedded industrial or […]

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    Mazel Tov, Israel Equips Their Doctors with iPads

    Ironic is the perfect word for this latest news story. Israel of all places, specifically the Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center in Bnei Brak, is the first Israeli hospital to give an iPad to its doctors, to use both in the hospital and outside of it. This is of-course quite amusing considering that only a few […]

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    PADACS Aksent In-Ear Headphones for iPad, iPhone, and iPods Review

    Padacs is a company that specializes in the production of iAccessories, more specifically accessories for iPad and iPhone 4. Though it seems like this company has come out of nowhere, we were pretty impressed with their Rubata iPad Keyboard, which we reviewed last week. Reviewing their Aksent High-Definition In-Ear Headphones was an equally positive experience. […]

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    TabGrip Jacket & Stand for iPad Review

    iPad cases have been getting crazier-looking and more unique by the day. Today, we present the latest crazy unique iPad case: the TabGrip. TabGrip is a protective jacket for iPad that has an integrated stand. It can prop up your iPad in any orientation and at various viewing angles. TabGrip provides iPad a comfortable grip […]

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    The Top 13 Women Who Impacted Technology in 2010

    2010 has been an interesting year in terms of technology. We’ve seen tablets become an everyday part of living (though we’re still not sure of their purpose), 3D viewing advance dramatically, and augmented reality took off, thanks to the rise of compatible mobile applications. Alongside these tangible products, there has been much advancement in the […]

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    iPad App of the Week: iScreen Transforms the iPad into an Extra Display

    Sometimes, iPads don’t get the love they deserve at home. It’s hard to justify using it, especially when you’ve got your Mac (that I’m sure is loved just as much as the iPad). Drahtwerk’s iScreen app gives your iPad a new role at home: as an extension of your Mac’s display. All it takes is […]

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    Windows Phone 7 App of the Week: WordPress Arrives on WP7

    Blogs have become extensions of many people’s lives. They can be soapboxes and social spaces, all in one. People don’t like being away from parts of their lives for very long. Finally, for WordPress users, going outside doesn’t mean being away from your beloved blog any longer. Windows Phone 7 smartphones now have a free […]