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Apple announces WatchKit

With one of the most innovative developer communities of any major electronics manufacturer, Apple is known for giving developers the tools they need to create products that are designed specifically to give users of the iPad, iPhone and iPod rich, engaging experiences. With their upcoming Apple Watch, what many (especially those at Apple itself) are [...]

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What effect will the new laws have on payday lenders?

Harry Hawthorne is a freelance writer and blogger for a number of new media organisations What are payday lenders? Payday lenders, also known as payday loan companies are organisations which hand out short-term loans that are intended to be paid back on your next pay day. The years since the financial crisis in 2008 have [...]

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6 Ways to Make Apple Products for Your Teen More Affordable

Christmas is right around the corner. Have you started your shopping yet? If you haven’t, take a hint from me: your teenager probably wants an Apple product (or more than one) for Christmas. Before you worry that Apple products are too expensive to buy for your teen, reconsider. There are plenty of ways to buy [...]

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Transform your iPhone into a Football Hub

Did you know that you can turn your iOS device into a portable score grid capable of collating all the information you need to make in the sports betting world. The exchange betting system can be a tough market to make a positive move in, but thanks to the power of the iPhone, it’s a [...]

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What is Optical Character Recognition and how can it work for you?

In today’s business environment the vast majority of data is held in a digital format; we’re moving nearer and nearer to the world of the paperless office. This being the case the scanning of documents is not a recent trend but it is changing with the introduction of Optical Character Recognition (OCR). So what is [...]

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iWorm Malware Infected 17000 Macs Via Reddit

Despite valid claims about Mac being the most secure computer system on the planet, hackers have managed to infect more than 17,000 around the globe with the malware dubbed ‘Mac.BackDoor.iWorm’ via social site Reddit. The hackers exploited a flaw in Apple’s OS by manipulating Reddit’s comment and search functions. While it’s still unclear how the [...]

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Apple just sold 10 Million new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus units

The new iPhone 6 was recently released and, in its first weekend alone, Apple sold over 10 million units, which was better than their previous record of 9 million that was sold during the weekend launch last year of the iPhone 5. Of course investors already knew that 4 million of the ubiquitous iPhone smartphones [...]

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Top 3 Budgeting Apps for both Apple and Android Smartphones

If you’ve read this blog for any amount of time you know that we’re very big on making, and keeping, a budget. These days it’s a lot easier to do that because of the smart phone and the apps that come with it. Below are 3 of the best budgeting apps for both Apple’s iPhone [...]

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Comparing the upcoming Apple iPhone 6 to the Samsung Galaxy Alpha

The biggest smartphone battle of the year (if not the decade) is heating up and it’s going to be between the upcoming iPhone 6 (and its two different screen sizes) and the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. The following is a basic breakdown of how these two phones, and their parent companies, compare. Enjoy. Display Of course [...]

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Apple Was Just Granted a Patent for a Smart Watch

On Tuesday, July 22, electronics giant Apple started a new round of rumors when they were granted a patent for a smart watch design.  The patent filing showed what looks to be a square design but, besides that, very few other details were disclosed about what most are calling the “iWatch”. What was revealed, including [...]

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