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Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2012’

Hidden: A Mobile Wireless Speaker with a Fresh Design

They look like a collection of  tin canisters. There’s no sign of a logo anywhere on the device. Aptly named “Hidden” …

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Ebook or Print: What’s a Parent’s Choice?

The Joan Ganz Cooney Center studies children’s media from various vantage points. Their most recent study looked at parents’ preferences when …

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Necomimi Perks Up Your Ears

In the “truth is stranger than fiction” category, I bumped into a Necomimi-wearing woman at an event the other night. …

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Trend Micro Focuses on Social Networking Protection

It’s a constant game of social networking leapfrog: the good guys versus the bad guys trying to scam you into …

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No More Eye Patches: Kids with Amblyopia Wear Cool Electronic Glasses Instead

No, they’re not for skiing, or for looking cool. Amblyz electronic glasses are the modern-day answer for all those young …

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Computing My Facebook Addiction

Wolfram Alpha is a search engine unlike any other. It’s called a computational search engine which, at the end of …

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MobileTrax Weighs in on Nokia’s New Lumia 920

Excerpted from Gerry Purdy’s MobileTrax column, the Nokia Lumia 920 may be just the ticket for its versatility. It incorporates speed, a …

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Are China’s Grandparents a Model for the US?

A guest column from Gary Kaye, founder of In the Boombox, and frequent contributor to AARP and AARP Radio. I …

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Living in Digital Times Focuses on Technology for Life's Transitions