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Logitech Introduces New Touch Screen Remote to Control Your Entire House

Remote owners everywhere wince at the thought of losing the remote to their brand new stereo. Imagine the fear induced by losing a remote that controls everything in your home. According to BetaNews, Logitech is integrating all of the remotes people use on a daily basis into one single device, called the Harmony Elite. It’s […]

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Apple Brings Ad Blockers To The Mainstream With Safari Update

Digital publishing platforms, from the Gray Lady of Journalism (aka the New York Times) to new media upstarts like Gawker, are struggling to convert online traffic into real-world revenue. Facebook recently began experimenting with publishing content directly on its platform, betting that consumers want to consume content through apps. That puts Apple in a unique […]

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There’s Now a Search Engine For Running Shoes

When people search online, they usually know exactly what is is that they’re looking for, and search engines know how to get it for them. That’s why the majority (75%) of people never go past the first page of search results, but what if the very best results are elsewhere? That’s what ShoeKicker was designed […]

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‘Buy Buttons’ Revolutionizing the Way People Shop Online

As if shopping online wasn’t easy enough, there is a new technology that promises to make it simpler than ever. According to WXYZ Detroit, web titans such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google are following in the one-touch footsteps of PayPal and Amazon, introducing a new way to place orders online with “buy buttons.” The technology […]

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Fake Ashley Madison Phishing Campaigns Could Be Putting Your Company at Major Risk

Earlier this summer, the Ashley Madison hack released the data of a total of 36 million users who had registered on the “dating” site, which connects people who are looking to have an affair. In the wake of the data release, several websites have sprung up, claiming that you can see if someone you know […]

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Pen and Paper Goes Digital

There’s one shortcoming that iPads and other tablets will always have: they’re not pen and paper. For many people, there just is no substitute for a good old-fashioned notebook, but Wacom’s new Bamboo Spark can digitize your notes automatically. At a price of $160, the Spark comes with a folio, paper, notebook, and a special […]

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Could Your Brand-New Smartphone Come With Malware?

When we purchase a new phone, we often view our new devices as a clean slate — a fresh start. However, don’t be so sure that brand-new smartphone you just bought is as clean as you think. According to a Sept. 1 ComputerWorld.com article, a recent study has found that more than 20 types of […]

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Mobile App Allows College Students to Track Flu on Campus

A newly created mobile app allows students to monitor the spread of the flu around campus, says researchers at Duke University and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. This app provides students with a personalized, daily forecast for each patient. Flu season starts to ramp up as early as October, and college students are one […]

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Etsy Brings Retails Even Closer to Online Shoppers With Mobile Etsy Local Search Feature

Etsy first gained success for being an online marketplace for small business owners to sell their one-of-a-kind goods to anyone at any time; location was never an issue, so long as the post office was running. Now, it appears that Etsy has made a complete 180 and is now operating exactly opposite of its original […]

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Top Security Firm: New Malware is “Largest Known” Threat to Apple Devices

Security firm Palo Alto Networks announced over the weekend that a new form of malware, dubbed “KeyRaider,” has allowed hackers to steal account information from more than 225,000 Apple account holders. “We believe this to be the largest known Apple account theft caused by malware,” read a statement posted by the company on Aug. 30. Malware is […]