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Is traditional print dead and buried with the growth of digital media?

Is traditional print dead and buried with the growth of digital media?

People have grown up reading traditional books and magazines; that is the reading experience that we all know and love. Over the years the experience has begun to change somewhat with the introduction of the digital world. The…

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Microsoft May Launch SIM Card For Windows Devices Soon

Cellular Data app by Microsoft

A mysterious Windows 10 app named Cellular Data from Microsoft hints at Microsoft working on data SIM cards for Windows devices. The app allows users to stay connected anywhere in the world by purchasing a data pack from…

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Privacy Group Accuses Google Of Using Student Data

Google Apps For Education

Privacy groups across the world have criticized Google over privacy concerns. This time, American parents are concerned Google is collecting data of their children through its suite of education apps. Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a non-profit organization with…

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Are Governments Spying On You? Microsoft Will Tell You

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Want to get notified if your Microsoft account is subjected to state-sponsored hacking? According to the official Microsoft Blog, the Redmond tech giant has taken the additional step to keep user’s personal information secure. In a blog post,¬†Microsoft…

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Activision Blizzard Inc. To Acquire Major League Gaming

Major League Gaming logo

It may be the end of Major League Gaming (MLG) as we know it. MLG, the host of popular e-gaming tournaments for “Halo,” “Call Of Duty” is set for acquisition by Activision Blizzard Inc.¬† New York-based Major League…

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2015 Apple TV: Specs, Features, Ship Date

Given how competitive the set top box space is and that the Apple TV hasn’t been substantively updated since March 2012, Cupertino’s 2015 Apple TV remake is hotly anticipated. That means buzz that is requited by thankfully informed…

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New in iOS 8.4.1: Apple Music, iCloud Music Fixes

The overwhelming response to Apple Music, especially Beats 1 radio, has been positive. Regardless, a range of mostly small issues have popped and iOS 8.4.1 has been released to address a majority of those problems. For what it’s…

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Spotify Going All Premium in Early 2016

Before Apple Music launched, regulators in the US and Europe probed the Apple’s dealings with the music labels and found them blameless. However, it is increasingly clear that the music labels were pushing Apple Music and now Spotify…

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10 Million Rock Apple Music, T-Mobile Streams It Free

Surprise! Apple Music, at least for the moment, is a big success. And, if you are still running your iPhone, or Samsung, Moto, HTC, KG or whatever, on Verizon or AT&T, you probably should look into either Sprint…

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2015 iPod touch Review: 5X Faster, Still No Contract

The iPod is dead! Long live the iPod touch! While Apple is dressing its 2015 iPod product line in five fresh new colors, only the 2015 iPod touch has been truly upgraded. With its A8 processor and M8…

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