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Hands on: LifeCHARGE Juicypack LCD 10400

Over the last couple weeks I’ve been carrying around the latest phone/USB charger to cross my desk and this time it’s the LifeCHARGE Juicypack.  To be more specific its’ the LifeCHARGE Juicypack LCD 10400 mAh Portable Dual USB Power Bank.  All in all, that description covers the basic (and best) features of the product (except for the “Juicy” part… not …

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A Cool and Affordable Netbook

For people looking to purchase a new tablet PC, it has become a confusing task finding the right one that meets their needs and their budgets at the same time. This is primarily because of the many options available these days. The situation is even worse for a not so disciplined shopper. You could invest a lot of money into …

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5 Reasons Not to Believe in a Blackberry Comeback

Oh Blackberry… Once a pioneer of wireless email and the innovator of instant messaging services, it used to be the pride and glory of every self-respecting business person, before it found its way into our bad books – and stayed there for what seemed like forever. Now Research in Motion (RIM) are prepared to make up for our suffering and …

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Smartphones and Society [Infographic]

The abundance of smartphones across the U.S. has drastically changed the way that we live. For instance, there is a thing called a “smartphonatic.” This term is reserved for those of us who have changed shopping, banking, and payment behavior since switching to a smartphone. Twenty percent of smartphone users are smartphonatics. On top of this, technology has been found to …

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IK Multimedia humming with announcements

IK Multimedia Amplitube Adds Audiobus support Audiobus is cool tech that allows audio recording, editing and finish software on iDevices to talk to one another.  IK Multimedia’s AmpliTube just recently added support. “AmpliTube, the leading guitar/bass multi-FX and recording app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, is now Audiobus compatible. Audiobus is a groundbreaking new app (developed by A Tasty Pixel in cooperation with Audanika) …

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5 Mobile Apps For Collaboration

This week I’m going to focus on social collaboration apps – not just social media/networking but collaboration. There are 5 apps at the top of my list this week: Kibits – Kibits allows you to create private, secure collaboration rooms and share almost any type of media – files, photos, videos, links, locations, notes, and more – in realtime. Each …

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Top 5 Coupon Apps for Android

Even in today’s modern age, the idea of the coupon reigns supreme. Of course, these days bargain hunting has little to do with the physical process of clipping said coupons and more to do with harnessing the power of the Internet in order to find the best deals around. Indeed, there are many websites that are geared to do just …

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2012: The Year of Android

Whether you’re an Android user or a shameless Apple fanboy, there is no denying that the year 2012 went to Android. After living in Apple’s shadow, Android has really stepped up their game and took the mobile world by force. In 2012, Samsung had 16 million more phones in the U.S. than Apple and, by the fourth quarter, saw 152 …

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Siri, Meet Google Voice Search

Coming from a serious Apple fan as I am – this is significant. Google’s updated Search app for #iOS has finally been approved by Apple (there’s a story behind the story as to why it took so long for this app to get approved…) After testing it for a while today, I must say – Siri you’ve got a strong …

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Hands On: PenGo BrushPen

One of my favorite, albeit relatively brief, experiences at San Diego Comic Con last July was talking to the team at PenGo Creative about about their product, the PenGo BrushPen.  We spent some time talking about the product, various challenges, apps for iPads and Androids and I walked away feeling very positive about the people I talked to and about …

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Who is More Social? Android or iOS? [Infographic]

Currently in the United States we have two leading cellphone operators, Android and iOS, and we all know it’s about being connected and social nowadays, so which one is the most social of the two? To start off, there are 500 million activated Android devices and 410 million activated iPhone devices. However, keep in mind, there are many types of …

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