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LinkedIn And Evernote Exchange Business Cards

May 08, 14 LinkedIn And Evernote Exchange Business Cards

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If you're like me, you have a stack of business cards on your desk piled next to your monitor. My stack has cards I collected from people I met at the last tradeshow or two I went to. LinkedIn and Evernote have teamed up to help you do something with that stack of business cards.

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Amazon Adds Hashtag To Cart

May 07, 14 Amazon Adds Hashtag To Cart

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Have you ever been on Twitter and seen a tweet about a product you just have to have, but know that the second you click away from the microblogging website, you will forget about that product? But you have to have it! Well, Amazon and Twitter have teamed up with the new hashtag #AmazonCart.

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Swedish Advertisers Use Oculus Rift To Demo Lag

May 02, 14 Swedish Advertisers Use Oculus Rift To Demo Lag

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While the virtual reality headset Oculus Rift is just starting to find its way into people's hands (or on their eyes), we're just starting to learn about the potential of the unit. Some advertisers in Sweden found an innovative way to use a modified Oculus Rift in a recent ad campaign for Internet provider Ume.net. The campaign is called Living With Lag*.

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New Social Location App Ideal For Dating (Or Stalking)

Apr 22, 14 New Social Location App Ideal For Dating (Or Stalking)

Posted by in Lifestyle, Technology

When you're making plans with friends, or looking for a place to go on a date, how do you decide the location? A new app can help you find a place you both (or all) want to go. Or maybe it can help you track your crush while the target is out on a date.

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The Power Of Connectivity And Taking A Break

Apr 19, 14 The Power Of Connectivity And Taking A Break

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It was about a month ago on a Sunday that I took a break. It wasn't by choice. I was exercising in my family room when I heard beeping about ever 30 seconds. After a few moments of confusion I realized it was the battery back-ups on all the computers and the home entertainment system in my house. I looked at my phone, which warned me that I had no Wi-Fi connection. Oh boy.

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A Nice Day Means A Nice Restaurant Review

Apr 04, 14 A Nice Day Means A Nice Restaurant Review

Posted by in Science, Technology

A restaurant's worst enemy isn't insects, rodents, or even the health inspector; it is actually the weather. That's the findings from a study of 1.1 million online reviews for 840,000 restaurants in more than 32,000 cities across the country.

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ChicBuds Brings The Tech With Female Flair

Apr 02, 14 ChicBuds Brings The Tech With Female Flair

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There are so many cool gadgets out there, but sometimes even the shiny piano black or brushed aluminum housings of the gear can appeal more to men. Some women need the feminine touch that bright colors, patterns and textures supply. Enter chicBuds.

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Panasonic Sets Scene On 4K Wearable Video Cam

Mar 26, 14 Panasonic Sets Scene On 4K Wearable Video Cam

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The market is full of rugged action cameras capable of capturing high-definition video of any extreme exploits. While the bar is set to high-definition, Panasonic looks to advance that trend by releasing a 4K Ultra HD camera, the HX-A500.

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ToneFone Builds Definition While Texting

Mar 21, 14 ToneFone Builds Definition While Texting

Posted by in Health, Technology

When I get a new phone, I almost always get a case for it. One of the qualities I look for is something that's going to protect my phone from dings (or worse), but doesn't add a lot of bulk. A new iPhone case goes in the exact opposite direction. The ToneFone actually adds weight so that carrying it around and lifting it to text will actually add definition to your arms.

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Hasbro To Update Scrabble Vocabulary, At Last

Mar 15, 14 Hasbro To Update Scrabble Vocabulary, At Last

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I may be one of the few people who didn't play Scrabble much growing up. So for me the image of the word game remains stuck in time. While many people have played some heated games of Scrabble all through the years, many believe that the dictionary of "legal" words for the game is also somewhat stuck in time.

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