Soccer Goal Line Technology May Finally Be Here

Instant replay is professional sports is a hot topic.  Slowly, professional sports leagues are beginning to adopt replay in certain circumstances.  American football (NFL), baseball (MLB), basketball (NBA) and hockey (NHL) have all begun to use forms of instant replay.  The overall thought is that the us of replay is a huge help and not [...]


Five Tech Features To Pass On

With the economy as bad as it is, people want to spend less but get more. So why not start with the different tech features that so many want and have? It’s easy to pay for what you think is better, but sometimes it’s not. So, here are five features to pass on and replace [...]


Favorite Podcasts

Well, folks. This is my last ZAGG Blog post, at least for a while. Its been a great experience and I’m hoping you’ve enjoyed reading them as much as I’ve enjoyed typing them up. Before I ride off into the sunset with a sequined Cowboy hat of some sort, I thought it would be great [...]


Technology to Teach Toddlers

Technology will always continue its slow and steady march into our lives, but one of the more recent developments has been the introduction of tech toys into the learning environment. While it is certainly not too far-fetched to picture high school and middle school students using laptops and other various tech items for schoolwork, children [...]


Do Work: Grab Your iPad

The iPad is the king of the tablet market and can be found in living rooms across the US. One thing that you may not expect though, is that the iPad is working its way into the boardroom as well. While it is still certainly a leisure item, the iPad has seen its share of [...]


The Mary Sue

The tech-related industry seems to be a predominantly male culture. As TechCrunch writer Alexia Tsotisis puts it, “being a geek girl on the Internet sucks.” And, unfortunately, there hasn’t been a successful site targeted to tech-savvy, geeky woman – until now. Themarysue.com is a website positioned as a “guide to girl geek culture.” The website [...]


Intro to SXSW

The South by Southwest (SXSW) is a festival that provides a launching pad for creative and original music, independent films, and technology. The festival is held in Austin, TX and consists of new media presentations, music showcases, and film screenings. This allows word to get out about the creators and create some buzz about their [...]



NoteSlate is a monochromatic tablet used for drawing without using paper, pencils, or ink. NoteSlate prides itself on being the simplest tablet device out there. Creators of the NoteSlate were able to combine you the paper and pencil feel, with the convenience and other advantages of technology. Noteslate.com claims that, “the handwritten interactivity is trying [...]


Egypt’s Internet Blackout

Unless you live in a hole or you can see Russia from your front porch you have probably heard about the crisis occurring in Egypt. While the events in the country are going out of control, one of the things that I thought was particularly amazing has been the internet blackout. Internet traffic dropped over [...]


Working at Google

Google is a company that only takes the brightest and the best – and this is apparent when you take a look at what Google has done for the web in the past decade. Google has a bright future and while Yahoo! is laying-off people, Google is hiring. Google goes to prove that a career [...]

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