Is Your Cell Phone Controlling Your Life?

Is your cell phone kept on hand just in case you need it or are you a bit more attached to it? The truth is cell phones control the lives of many people. Whether it’s the constant need to send text messages or the inability to let a phone go…

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A Fresh Gaming Experience On The Smartphone From Brass Monkey

When the Brass Monkey comes to town, things in the mobile realm change. This is best described as a new way to play mobile games on your smartphone‘s browser. It is a fresh idea and has plenty of potential. Get a closer look at the Brass Monkey way of doing…

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Siri Review: Does it Really Work?

Siri has been a signature app in the Apple’s flagship iPhone 4s. I would go on to say it has been the the reason for Apple’s newest success and the reasons why so many cash registers are ringing. The moment one mentions iPhone 4S, the next thing that comes out of…

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How to: Set Up Office 365 on Outlook 2010 when Automatic Configuration Fails

When setting up Office 365 a common problem can occur connecting to the hosted exchange services from the desktop Outlook client.  Typically you will run the Outlook client to set up the exchange email account and it will attempt to search for the server that ‘owns’ the email account. Now,…

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The Safety of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing, after years of incubation as an idea of those in the tech industry, finally took off in 2011. The cloud has become a topic of hot discussion, and there are two main schools of thought surrounding it. On one side there is a large contingent of people who…

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Latest Firefox Beta is Now Available for Download

Firefox goes back at least ten years created by Dave Hyatt and Blake Ross who began this project within the Mozilla Foundation. He began calling himself Phoenix and soon was changed to Firebird in 2003 and lasted less than a year now since Mozilla decided to change the already known…

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Silliest Gadgets Revealed at CES 2012

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held every January to allow manufacturers to introduce their latest and greatest in upcoming product lines, has just wrapped its 2012 event, which was held in Las Vegas, Nevada. With over a million square feet of bells and whistles to compete for one’s attention, there…

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