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5 Ways the iPhone Changed Your World

With the likely soon-to-be announced new iPhone approaching, I’m wearing this shirt today: I worked as an Apple retail employee when the original iPhone launched on June 29, 2007 (the most fun I’ve ever had in a day’s work, ever) and those were the shirts we wore. I still have the two I was given. [...]

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iPhone concept video now ranks #4 on YouTube’s list of ‘Most Viewed’ science and technology videos of all time

This iPhone 5 concept launched almost a year ago. In that time, it has amassed nearly 58 million views and ranks #4 on YouTube’s list of ‘Most Viewed’ science and technology videos of all time. The video features an ultra-thin iPhone body complete with a screen projector and laser keyboard. See it for yourself below:

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UNC Charlotte Tests Full 3D Emergency Response App

Charlotte police officers in full SWAT gear held a training on the University of North Carolina campus to test a custom application called the Effective Emergency Response Communication System (EERC). The app connects to a “command center” that can display where all police officers are, where the emergency is, and communicate a plan of action [...]

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Stay comfortable in bed or on the couch with this long snake-like stand for your iPhone

Lazy phone users get all the fun toys. Now there is a long snake-like stand for your iPhone to keep you comfortable in bed or on the couch. iPhone Overhead Carpal Tunnel If you’re anything like me, you’ve been there: either late at night, or early morning, holding the iPhone up above your head so [...]

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The New iPhone Will Debut On September 12th (all but confirmed by Apple)

September 12th Apple Event Caleb Hicks said it best: This is as much confirmation as anyone needs that the September 12 Apple event is real. And what confirmation was that? Jim Dalrymple of course: The Loop iMore has learned that Apple is planning to debut the new iPhone at a special event on Wednesday, September [...]

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5 Apps To Use During The Olympics

With women’s soccer preliminaries underway and the opening Olympic ceremony this Friday, the games are about to begin! And in this wonderful Internet age of social media, we have more options than ever on watching the Olympics, staying up-to-date, and learning more about the athletes who represent their respective countries. Here are 5 apps that [...]

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How To Watch The Olympics Online For Free

Short version: Go here and put in your cable username and password. That’s it. Long version: We’re finally in a mass Twitter and social media age. While there are still plenty of people who aren’t into social media and the Internet, it is no longer the default. In fact, this is probably the first Summer [...]

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5 Things The iPhone Made Us Forget

The iPhone was released a mere 5 years ago, but it’s already changed our lives dramatically. Putting a computer in a person’s pocket with 24/7 access to the Internet changes behavior in ways that even Steve Jobs probably couldn’t have imagined. Thanks to our iPhones we now have access to literally hundreds of devices in [...]

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This app senses potholes and automatically reports them to be repaired

I think everyone can agree that potholes are annoying. They can be hard to spot, hard to avoid and hard to believe they’ll ever get patched. If you had an app on your phone that you could use to report potholes to city officials, would you? Let’s just assume that might be considered too much [...]

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PSA campaign to stop people from making vertical smartphone videos [FUNNY]

Save this image. Next time you see someone filming vertically, show it to him or her. Let’s work together and lick this all too common mistake. Image: Reddit Caleb Hicks Caleb is a teacher, entrepreneur, and tech enthusiast. He teaches kids (and his Mom) how to use computers for fun and profit. He loves to [...]

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