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  • 10 things you didn't know you needed - until now
    10 things Apple didn't know were needed until now
    On Feb. 25, Apple Inc. was ordered by a judge to pay an inventor half a billion dollars for a product that's not even in existence yet. That's got to be hurting the bottom line. As it turns out, inventors are a minority in the world,...
  • Apple iPad magic revealed
    Apple iPad magic revealed again
    Ever since Steve Jobs introduced the Apple iPad in January 2010, Apple uses the word “magical” to describe the user's experience with the iPad's smooth technology. But it turns out that there is more magic in the Apple iPad...
  • Cherry turnovers for Washington's birthday
    Cherry turnovers for Washington's birthday
    This coming Sunday, February 22, marks the birthday of our first president, George Washington. And naturally, we all know the story of a young George chopping down the cherry tree! This story has long been a traditional part of American history,...
  • A car drives by the new Apple Store
    Apple wants to start producing its iCar by 2020
    Its code name is project 'Titan' and it has both the technology and automotive industries buzzing over what sort of vehicle Apple has up its sleeve. Tim Cook hasn't flat out stated that he's building an electric car, but there are...
  • A hot apple dessert for a cold day
    A hot apple dessert for a cold day
    As I write this column, my home state of North Carolina has gotten a nice dose of snow and ice, with more coming later in the week! It's days like this that we make foods that warm us up and makes us feel cozy. We all enjoy soup, pizza,...
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    Apple to take on Google with self driving vehicle
    Reports from indicate that Apple is moving forward with entering into the automotive industry. Not only is the tech giant looking to take on Tesla with an all electric vehicle, but now may be taking aim at their primary competitor in the tech...
  • Expanding the role of women in technology
    Expanding the role of women in technology
    According to the United States Department of Labor as of 2010 women comprised 47% of the countries workforce. Unfortunately, in the technology field that percentage goes down to only 25%. So, when a technology company is comprised of 60% women it...
  • Apple's basic schematic of how the smart key system would work
    Apple wants your iPhone to replace your car keys
    There are hints and rumors going around that Apple is planning a game changer in the automotive world by allowing your iPhone to replace your set of car keys. Autoblog reported earlier today ( Feb. 13, 2015) that Apple has filed a set of tentative...
  • Technology Stocks: Should You Care About Profits?
    The nonfactor of the technology stock earning report
    Earning reports came out for many of the big tech firms this week, such as Amazon, Apple, and Google, and as always, it was a mixed bag.Amazon’s stock jumped on news of a profit.Apple had a large piece in the New York Times about how it...
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    Google Android compared to Apple iOS: Best operating system
    Newly released data quoted Jan. 24 on DigitalTrends.com indicates that iPhone captured half the U.S. smartphone market in the fourth quarter, 2014. This follows periods when Android phones dominated the U.S. market. The data indicate that some...
  • iOS vs Android
    Mobile platforms give us something to think about
    Are you thinking about exchanging that new smartphone for the one you really asked Santa for? Have you done your research and decided which platform you want to be on?The popular line is everyone wants an iPhone 6 but let’s face it, it still...
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    Generation of "Y" and the effect on Cyber Security
    Millennial(s)- This group of people belongs to the group of people born early 1980’s and to the early 2000’s. Generation of the “bank of mom and dad” and “landlord of mom and dad or aunt” this group is...
  • Olympic Snowboarder Steven Williams of Argentina
    Olympic Television Channel: 2015 Game Changer
    First impressions make a difference. Lasting impressions make a bigger difference. That is why cost per thousand impressions (CPM) is the standard for advertising rates and sponsorship visibility programs. But the value of sports broadcast rights...
  • Apple now selling new SIM-free unlocked iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
    Apple now selling new SIM-free unlocked iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
    Apple is now selling brand-new unlocked SIM-free iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets starting today, according to a January 6 report in Digital Trends. Up until now Apple's flagship iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were only available with the...
  • Apple Watch
    Apple to release several new products in 2015
    This morning, CNN's Technology Minute predicted it would be a big year for smartwatches, especially due to the upcoming release of the Apple Watch. Some question whether or not Apple can make consumers feel they need to have a watch that...