Posts Tagged “iphone”

Why I’m ducking tired of autocorrect on my smartphone

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Why I’m ducking tired of autocorrect on my smartphone

Smartphone technology is constantly advancing and improving which makes our lives easier,  faster, and gives us instant communication.  But what happens when it becomes a hindrance to that communication?  In these days of online communication,  online dating,  texting,  Facebook,  Snapchat, and Instagram, we spend most of our lives communicating face to face with our phones and not peer to…

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8 Reasons Why I Deleted Snapchat Today

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8 Reasons Why I Deleted Snapchat Today

1. It is a completely pointless and useless app. I don’t care what anyone says, I just don’t find any purpose to this app besides wasting time. I’m much better off using a messaging app to talk to my family and friends. 2. Most stories I see are of people making stupid faces, showing their…

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Why Running a Tech Startup is one of the Most Challenging Jobs Out There

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Why Running a Tech Startup is one of the Most Challenging Jobs Out There

As most of you know, I am currently running my fifth tech startup and just launched the beta site last month. To most people, my job seems glorious, fun, exciting, and full of perks. But the truth is, running my tech startup is the most difficult, challenging, and stressful job I’ve ever had, and here’s…

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Untappd: Discover New Bars, Beers and People

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Untappd: Discover New Bars, Beers and People

Alcohol has been bringing people together since its inception. Untappd is an app that is a great asset to any beer connoisseur or rookie. Untappd was created way back in 2010 and has been growing in popularity ever since. More and more people are discovering it each day. It’s an excellent way to connect with…

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Donald Trump, Apple News, and the Pope is Coming

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Donald Trump, Apple News, and the Pope is Coming

  Unless you live under a rock, you’ve seen and heard Donald Trump on the news every day, both for his business sense (or lack of common sense). But if you are an American, and you have dealt with a slew of not so great presidents in the past (with a few exceptions), I for one believe…

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What people really think of the Apple Watch

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What people really think of the Apple Watch

After using the Apple Watch for a few weeks now, and having reviewed it myself, I wanted to see what other people thought about the watch. I had the opportunity to talk to a few early adopters with different age ranges and backgrounds, to hear a variety of thoughts and experiences. Here’s the gist of…

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An Honest Apple Watch Review

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An Honest Apple Watch Review

As you know, I was one of the first people to test and review the Pebble smart watch, the Kreyos smart watch, and the Rufus Cuff Wrist Communicator (I’m still waiting for it to be completed and shipped to me). I’m a big wearable technology activist as well a futurist. I feel as though the…

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Pilot Philly High School Hackathon Recap

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Pilot Philly High School Hackathon Recap

On Friday, January 30, high school students from around the area gathered together for a 24 hour Hackathon at University of Pennsylvania. The goal of the 100 students was to create a new web or mobile application under 24 hours within the following categories: Most creative Most useful every day Best education app Best social…

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Amp, the iPhone Case That Sounds and Looks Beautiful with a Charger to Boot

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Amp, the iPhone Case That Sounds and Looks Beautiful with a Charger to Boot

You’ve probably tried a few different plug-in speakers for your phone using a little cable before. Either one of those round speakers that expands, or the pair of speakers that you carry around and figure out where to store them when not in use. Typically these speakers are battery-powered which means you have to charge…

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Spread Your Information like a Plague with this new Social App

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Spread Your Information like a Plague with this new Social App

With all the social media apps already available, and the hundreds or even thousands that keep getting launched every day, people are definitely being overloaded with more feeds, photos, status updates, and nonsense. So when I first downloaded Plague, and messed around with it for just a few minutes, I immediately saw how unique it…

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