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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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Free a Senior From Technology Hassles Today

Technology can help seniors without driving them crazy.  You’ve just got to do a little friendly setup and send them …

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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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Back to School High Tech Rules: Part One – The Mobile Phone

As summer draws to a close, it’s time to think about the inevitable return to school. For today’s parents that …

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Free Classes to Help Seniors Learn Tech

I stumbled across this site the other day: www.gcflearnfree.org.  The program is sponsored by Goodwill Community Foundation International to offer learning …

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Back to School for Moms and Dads

I know what you’re thinking: not another back-to-school shopping list! Moms and Dads, you’ve probably had an eyeful of what …

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The Space Shuttle Enterprise and the Smart TV: Unlikely Friends

Confused about the future of the television? No more so than the people who are building it. Research states that …

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Internet: Opiate of the People?

Marx blamed religion. Nancy Reagan blamed drugs. But the opiate du jour is the Internet. So check your dopamine at …

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Video Game as Art

I stopped by the Art of the Video Game at the Smithsonian in DC last week.  The exhibit took viewers on …

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