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  • Apps for Limousines on Demand

    The average adult doesn’t exactly count on a chauffeured limo to take them hither and yon on a daily basis; most of us simply make our way thanks to a long line of clunkers (and maybe even a new set of wheels here and there). Of course, there are occasions where we look to a […]

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  • Differences between OpenOffice and Microsoft Office

    Computing technology may be constantly changing, but the need for a reliable word processing program remains a requirement for almost all computer users. Two of the most popular on the market are Microsoft Office and OpenOffice, and though they both have ‘office’ in the name, they are significantly different. So how do you decide between […]

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  • Google Glasses Unveils First Video

    It seems Google is always one step ahead of what seems technologically possible. Recently the company unveiled a new product called Google Glasses. The glasses are supposed to aid users in identifying images they encounter while wearing them. The person wearing the glasses takes a picture of what they are seeing at and it searches […]

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  • YouTube Spaces Channel for Home Design

    Watch out HGTV, a new home design channel is born. And it’s on YouTube. Spaces is a new channel on the wildly popular video clip site as a part of their efforts to create and air original content. Instead of only using the site to watch animals being hilarious, people being idiotic, any music video […]

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  • Apple’s Jony Ive Is Knighted

    Apple products have had a massive impact on technology and popular culture in general. Their iPhone set the standard that all other smartphones are judged by, as did their iPod for MP3 players and their iPad for tablet devices. They’re incredibly user-friendly, sleek and sexy, and seem to offer customers exactly what they want. Steve […]