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As August rolls in, the summer camps start to finish up and families get ready for an extended break together.
The Cadillac SRX has done well in China -- but overall Cadillac sales in the Middle Kingdom are dwarfed by those of VW's Audi brand.
Apple iWatch rumors began anew this week with news that Cupertino has been granted a smartwatch-related patent for a technology it has dubbed iTime.
Many users find themselves searching anxiously for charging points when battery life is quickly draining from their phones.
Today Apple announced its Q3 results for the period ending June 2014, and sales of the iPhone once again dominate revenue and earnings for the company.
Have you been thinking lately that what you're really missing from your iPod is a thirty to forty-something year-old version of Justin Bieber with silky falsettos that don't quit? Because Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter and NKOTB's Jordan Knight have time-traveled from 1999 to fill that void as Nick & Knight with their single "One More Time."
If you're tired of waiting on Apple to come out with its rumored iWatch, you might want to consider a new 3D printable wrist band that can enable an iPod Nano to take on many of the same tasks.
There's been no shortage of Android Wear news from Google this summer, but we've heard nary an official peep from Apple about its presumed foray into the smartwatch market.
A new patent granted to Apple by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a device called "iTime" reveals what we might see in the company's much-anticipated smartwatch device.
A "wrist-worn" device described in a new Apple patent hints at certain features reportedly destined for the company's much-rumored iWatch.
Contributed photo Bob Hansler keeps Runge Public Library patrons on their toes with a presentation including a possum this past Thursday.
That's the idea behind "In a Snap," a new app launched this month by Target Corp. that lets customers purchase items by taking pictures of store items in magazines and printed ads.
Like Halloween, when the early October fogs start to roll in, and Kanye West when he isn't cancelling his shows the day they are supposed to happen, it's starting to feel like it's almost here.
According to a detailed report at CNET, the e-tailer's terms for Kindle Direct -- the self-publishing arm that's supplying so many Kindle Unlimited titles -- give Amazon broad rights to sell as it sees fit without first getting permission from authors.
I've always loved running with music. When I first started running, I made an effort to really think about nothing while running.
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