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Tech Geek Weekly: June 16, 2017

Verizon closes $4.5B acquisition of Yahoo and Marissa Mayer Resigns As CEO I am surprised this went through I figured with massive Yahoo email hack that this deal would have fallen through. For Yahoo’s sake, I am glad it did not considering this is a...
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Music as Service Changed Music Industry

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Today’s music industry is totally different than the music industry of ten years ago or even five years ago. Music has become a service based business that users pay for monthly rather than buying indicial songs like they used to do back when the original...
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Tech Geek Weekly: June 9, 2017

Apple Starts the Week off with WWDC Apple pretty much monopolized the week’s tech news with it biggest conference of the year WWDC. Apple announced the usual new hardware and software updates iOS, MacOS and WatchOS. Apple announced huge updates to the iPad and unveiled...
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Why Apple Needs iPhone SE

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Apple recently announced a red iPhone while I don’t consider this a major announcement by Apple I find that another announcement made a little over a year ago would be a shocking game changer a year later. On March 21, 2016, Apple unveiled the iPhone...
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Microsoft OneNote vs Apple Notes

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I have been reviewing a lot of Microsoft software and services as of late. I reviewed OneDrive not long ago which is part of the Office365 package. I recently reviewed the Outlook Mail App. I thought now would be a good time to compare both...
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Five Ways To Use Your iPad For Business

New figures indicate business demand for Apple iPads is almost outstripping independent consumers, with information access, mobile point of sale, and customer service all driving sales. It’s turning around the past few years of slump for the company, with the New York Times noting nearly...
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Chromebooks out Selling MacBooks

Chromebooks have been all the rage over the last few years powered by the ChromeOS (operating system) put out by Google. ChromeOS is primary Linux based and is probably the most successful Linux desktop/laptop computer we’ve seen to date. An article posted recently by The...
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Apple iPod Started The Podcast Business

I am a big podcast listener some people binge on YouTube and Netflix videos I binge listen to podcasts. There is a huge call for on-demand audio like podcasts in the dying age of radio. Before DVR boxes and on-demand video like streaming, there was an...
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How to Clear Your Mac Before Selling It

SO it is that time again when you are planning to change your old Mac with custom feature new Mac. It requires certain precautions to be taken before you actually hand over your old system to the new user. First, it requires clearing your Mac...
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How to access iMessage online on Mac And Windows PC

iMessage is an awesome messaging application. It is very popular among the users of the Apple devices. Using iMessage is easy and fun. But, sometimes, instead of using this app on the small screen of your handheld device, you would want to use it on...
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