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Image taken with the Kongsberg Maritime OE14-208 Digital Stills Camera. Credit MARE/TNC/CSUMB .
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Apple's annual month-long concert series in the UK kicks off next week , and to make sure that you're properly equipped to stream the performances , there's a new Apple TV app that'll do just that.
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This new product is an advanced iOS system care toolbox to help users manage files, speed up devices, backup & restore data, fix iOS stuck issues, unlock passwords, etc.
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This post is from a creative professional. No charts, no projected numbers, but some of you might find my thoughts about wearables interesting.
You don't need cables to play music from your smartphone, tablet, or PC. These wireless speakers use Bluetooth, AirPlay, or Wi-Fi to let you cut the cord while you jam.
PARAT Solutions, an innovative manufacturer of mobile computing charge and sync solutions, has recently unveiled a family of charge/sync docks to support Apple's Lightning-connected devices.
At my club's member-guest two years ago, Fritz and Klinger showed my brother, John, and me that a golf-cart cup holder acts like an amplifier when you place an iPod or iPhone in it and crank the volume -- as Klinger is demonstrating in the photo below with "Send Her My Love," by Journey.
AUSTRALIANS are doing their best to stash cash despite rising costs but many are struggling to tuck away less than $100 per month.
The newest revelation, courtesy of KGI Securities, estimates the company will not bring the device to market before 2015.
Marshall High School sophomore Matthew Rich knew he wanted to do something special for his Eagle Scout project - something that had meaning to him.
The evolution of technology often results in frustrating corporate pratfalls. Companies, desperate for growth, perhaps survival, make decisions that annoy, even alarm us.
PARAT Solutions has unveiled a family of charge/sync docks to support Apple's Lightning-connected devices.
As rumors swirl about new Apple products that may be on the way, one thing is for sure: The company is doubling down on R&D.
Updated: Tue Aug 26, 2014 02:37 pm
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