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In October of 2012, Apple released the iPad Mini, a smaller and more portable version of the tablet PC that was almost single-handedly responsible for reviving the tablet market. Already, though less than a year old, the iPad Mini and similar 8-inch display tablets are expected to reach almost 12% market share in 2013, according to market research firm TrendForce. There are some obvious advantages to the smaller iPad, but the older size has distinct benefits as well. Continue Reading…

Technology sometimes gets a bad rap. Video games have become one of the most popular varieties of entertainment in the United States. In 2010, it was estimated that approximately sixty-seven percent of households own a video game system. The prevalence of smart phones has made video games even more universal in recent years, since high-quality games are now available on the go. Video games and television are often blamed for contributing to obesity in the U.S., and there is certainly no question that an active lifestyle will do more for one’s health than sitting around using technology like smart phones, video games, and TV. Continue Reading…

The patent problems relating to Apple’s touchscreen inherent in all of its iDevices have been widely publicized. Apple claimed that other smartphone manufacturers infringed on its touchscreen technology patents. The technology that received the most press was the zoom screen that we all know and love. Continue Reading…

With the proliferation of smart phones and tablets one of the biggest concerns is how to keep your iPhone and iPad safe and secure. Continue Reading…

If you have just bought your very first iPhone you want to know everything it does. One of the first things you probably want to do is download music to your device. There is no point in carrying along your MP3 player anymore when you can connect your iPhone to your iTunes library. Here is a step by step guide showing how to sync your iPhone and your iTunes accounts. Continue Reading…