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  • iPad Prototype Sells for $10,000 on Ebay

    Steve Jobs has one more reason to smile down on us as the prototype for the Apple iPad sold for over $10,000 on eBay this weekend. The auction started at the cheap price of $4,800 with the “Buy Now” option at $10,000. The buyer, however, paid an extra $800 for reasons unknown making the ending […]

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  • Top 5 Tips for Coming Up With the Perfect Domain Name

    The internet has become an integral piece of every business’ marketing and sales efforts. Every year the number of people shopping online increases, while traditional, brick and mortar stores see tepid sales and rising operations costs. So it is clear that every business needs a website, but how can you best structure that site so […]

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  • Rumgr Receives $500K From Investors

    Have you been on the lookout for a spool of coaxial cable? Perhaps you want a car seat for your toddler but you don’t want to pay top dollar. Maybe you could use a Jillian Michaels workout video, a one-cup coffee maker, or some wacky candlesticks for your aunt Bertha’s collection. Or maybe you don’t […]

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  • Internet Giants’ Earnings Report

    Here are a few facts to learn and know about the tech earnings of Google, Intel, and Microsoft this week. According to analysts, Google can be expected to garner a profit of three billion dollars this quarter, the first time the company has made that much.  Fourth quarter earnings will be reported by the Mountain […]

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  • Cars May Be the New Mobile Device

    With many states passing laws requiring the use of hands-free devices in vehicles, even more opting to ban texting while driving (at least for teens, but in some cases for all drivers), and the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) strongly urging lawmakers to enact a federal ban on any cell phone usage in […]

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  • Consumer Dollars Vote Kindle Fire during Holidays

    The seasonal sales figures are in and Amazon’s Kindle Fire was definitely the darling of 2011 holiday tech purchases.  With more than a million in sales, Amazon is no doubt clapping their hands in post-Christmas bliss.  But the folks at Apple are likely seeing red since sales of the comparable tablet mean that all of […]

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  • Facebook Live Streaming Concerts

    It could be said that Facebook leads to Widespread Panic, at least if you’re talking about the band that was recently featured on Facebook’s latest foray into expanding their already enormous money-making empire. Although YouTube, Google, and others have opted to offer live streaming concert videos for free

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  • Apple Beats Microsoft

    This proclamation may not come as a shock to fans of the iPod, iPhone, iPad, and of course, Macintosh computers, but considering that as recently as a decade ago nearly everyone (except diehard Mac fans) had written off Apple as a second-class citizen amongst tech giants