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Salvation? We have an app for that. Well, in a less snarky manner of speaking, the app has become the latest element of connected media to infiltrate worship technology culture. Churches are developing and using apps (shorthand for “applications,” software developed for highly specific purposes and generally for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets) for a variety of uses, from the... continued.
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Worried about getting coal in your stocking? Or maybe you’re trying to get in one more good deed before Santa finalizes his naughty and nice lists. Use these apps to find out where you stand with Santa and his elves, confess your transgressions, make amends while doing good, be nice to the people on your nice list, or have a little mischievous fun at Santa’s expense. And when all is said and... continued.
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It’s the most wonderful time of year, so the song goes! But the reality is it can be overwhelming with all the pressure to shop, cook, plan parties—and let’s face it, eat all those fattening foods. So why not download some apps to make the holiday period less hectic, more fun, healthier, and even more meaningful. From coupon and shopping deals, to party recipes and ugly sweaters, to setting the atmosphere and taking time for reflection, to getting back in shape when the season is over, these apps can help!
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Inrete’s first Automatic smart USB adapter was one of the first attempts to tie cloud services for music and podcasts directly to your vehicle through a dedicated device, eliminating the need to tether phones and mess with them while your hands should be at 10 and 2. “Automatica is for the car what the DVR is for a TV: a smart device that extends the usefulness of your expensive gear to... continued.
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Schools of all types, from pre-kindergarten to college, can’t get enough tablets lately. Three years ago, they couldn’t get enough rugged yet affordable laptops. So Equus Computer Systems has upgraded its Nobi laptop slash tablet slash ruggedized school computer to version 3 with the Windows 8 Pro, 64-bit operating system and a 10-inch, multitouch display. And somehow Equus has... continued.
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Netgear, one of the earliest and most prolific suppliers of desktop NAS (Network Attached Storage) appliances for small and medium sized businesses, has a new line of storage boxes with an upgrade that includes the operating system, the user interface, and the file system. We tested the ReadyNAS 312, a 2-disk unit that comes diskless or filled with two 3.5 or 2.5 inch disks (SSD or SATA). In this... continued.
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MSI is now offering a full line-up of FM2+ Military Class 4 motherboards featuring the new AMD A88X/A78/A55 chipset and FM2+ socket. These motherboards not only support the current FM2 Trinity and Richland APUs, but are also ready for AMD’s upcoming 4th generation Kaveri APU. FM2+ Military Class 4 motherboards feature: 4K UHD Output With the AMD Kaveri APU and the MSI FM2+ motherboard native... continued.
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Remember that shipping company commercial a few years ago in which a young boy clicked the “buy” button and a football came flying out of his printer? 3D printing isn’t there yet for consumers, but some channel pros are getting into 3D printing for resale and as a managed service. High-end 3D printers have been around for 25 years under the “additive manufacturing” heading. Tim Caffrey,... continued.
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Join us as we go step-by-step taking Intel’s latest Haswell-based NUC and turning it into the ultimate TV companion! Stream media from the web, play music and video from a network, record TV, and even do some gaming (thanks to the improved Intel HD 5000 graphics). This 4x4 mini PC can do things no single set-top box can do alone! Introduction - What’s new in Intel’s 4th... continued.
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Linksys re-entered the SMB marketplace with the launch of seven new unmanaged switches (three with PoE) and two new VPN routers. The Linksys SMB brand was dissolved a few years ago after 20-plus years in the SMB space, but now is back under Belkin International to offer a portfolio of business networking and security products that will target SMB companies and resellers. The first product suite... continued.
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Technology has seeped into just about every area of the home—except the kitchen, really. Sure, you can have a flat screen and speakers. However, for some reason, companies can’t seem to cook up something truly high-tech for the kitchen. Dacor is planning to change all of that. The appliance manufacturer just announced the Discovery iQ 30-inch Wall Oven. This is the very first wall oven to... continued.
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PKparis has unveiled a new USB key with the intent to simplify life in one click – the PK K’lip. Designed by Olivier Beune, the USB key can be clipped and unclipped according to the user’s needs in order to swap or back up files in a much easier way.  According to PKParis, it can be attached to anything: a key ring, a bag, trousers, a necklace, and even to your earring for those who are... continued.
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IObit has launched a new version of its free uninstaller – the IObit Uninstaller 3. With a redesigned user interface, IObit Uninstaller 3 uninstalls undesired programs, detects and deletes leftovers, and removes undesired toolbars and plug-ins in browsers to save disk space and secure users’ computers. IObit Uninstaller 3 offers smart and convenient features by adding “Powerful Uninstall... continued.
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There are lots of compact storage options. However, if you want something that shares well with others, you need network-attached storage, better known as a NAS. Addonics Technologies can put networking features into any USB drive or micro SD card, with its new WiFi Drive Adapter. The WiFi Drive Adapter is designed for file sharing, streaming audio and video, and more. Just plug the USB drive... continued.
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The COOKOO Life App designed for iOS 7 is available now on the App Store. This update covers iOS7-enabled devices including iPhone 5s, 5c, 5 and 4s, iPad with Retina Display, iPad Mini, and new iPods. The App pairs with the COOKOO connected watch to deliver notifications to user’s wrist, giving control over devices remotely with the press of a button. The watch’s smart interface keeps users... continued.

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