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R.I.P. iPod

The iPod is pretty much done. Not done done, yet, but pretty much. Apple sold 22.7 million iPods at the end of 2008, its peak season. Since then, iPod sales have been on a steady decline, with sales for the third quarter of 2011 projected at 8.4 million units. What gives? Well, I suppose it’s [...]

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I Need a New iPod Dock

When I got married, my wife and I received an iPod dock as a wedding gift. “Perfect!” we thought, “Now we’ll be able to have music in the kitchen while we cook together, or music in the living room as we clean together, or music in the bedroom while we…” Being newlyweds, finishing that thought [...]

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iOS 5: Stepping on a few toes

It has been a few days since Apple has unveiled its latest update to its iOS mobile operating system and  as a “fanboy,” I’m pretty excited about it. However, as I watched the proceedings, I must say that the immediate reaction that kept cropping up was “(insert tech company or developer here) isn’t going to be happy [...]

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Apple More Valuable Than Microsoft+Intel

A while back we had some posts on this blog discussing how Apple has become the most valuable brand, ever.  Recently the Cupertino Company has been valued as much more than just the most valuable brand, however. MacDailyNews did some number crunching on Friday once the market had closed and predicted Microsoft at a market [...]

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Mobile Technology Improving Education

The vast world of technology has been changing our world. The invention of the telephone, television, cellphone, Internet, and computer have impacted our lives significantly. Recently, we’ve seen that mobile technology has been changing the rules of education – and even improving the education you can receive. Here are three ways that this is happening: [...]

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Lose That Flab With Nike Training Club

Every time it starts to get warm outside, my determination to regularly exercise also warms up.  I won’t tell you how fast this determination cools down, but it’s always a good feeling to set goals for yourself.  It’s the perfect time to go jogging, not too hot, not too cold.  To this end, I would [...]

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ZAGG introduces ZAGGsafe

This week, ZAGG introduced a new product called ZAGGsafe. Sadly it is not as it sounds…a bullet proof safe encasing your iPhone 4 with an impossible to crack tumbler that slides delicately into your pocket. No, ZAGGsafe is a warranty program, but luckily it is just as cool as a steel vault. Before you finish your yawn [...]

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What’s Your iPod?

Over the years, there have been quite a few generations of iPods, from the old black and white screens to (OMG) color screens, all the way up to the iPod nano with a touchscreen.  Apple tends to improve their products gradually, making improvements and touch-ups here and there (look at the iPad vs. the iPad [...]

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GroopEase, Support New Artists!

A few weeks ago I wrote a post on how to find new and emerging bands so that you could fill your iPod with new and interesting music instead of listening to that same old boring playlist you always listen to.  There is a new website called GroopEase (I think it may be a play [...]

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Sick of Your iPod Music?

Ever have those days when you are skimming through music on your iPod and nothing sounds appealing?  Just not in the mood for any of that old stuff?  I certainly have those days.  The most frustrating part of it is that you often don’t really know where to look to find new bands you may [...]

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