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Giving the new iPhone more than the finger

According to USA Today article on September 19, “Sept. 20 is the first day you can order the new iPhone 5S. The new phone comes with new colors, a better camera and a more advanced processor. Reviewers seem to agree that the new software works really well. But the feature that everyone’s talking about – and […]

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iOS 7 released today: New features, changes, and exploring the new interface

A couple of days ago Apple released the iOS 7 software upgrade for the iPhone, iPad and mini iPad.  Apple software just get better each time they upgrade it.  What are they going to come up with next.  The iOS 7 upgrade is more simple than it was before, know when the message was sent, […]

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Microsoft rushes out to fix to prevent Internet Explorer attacks

On Tuesday, September 17 Microsoft announced the release of an emergency software fix a security flaw for Internet Explorer.   “The software maker said on its website it released the software, known as a “Fix It,” as an emergency measure to protect customers after learning about “extremely limited, targeted attacks” that made use of the newly discovered […]

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Apple iPhone 5S Arrives Sept. 20, Gold Version Added

On Friday, September 20 the newest Apple iphone 5s comes out.  The phone is twice as fast as the previous generation system and 40 times as fast as the original iphone.  “Specifically, the iPhone 5S will come in silver, gold, and space gray. It will be available in 16, 32, and 64GB flavors for the […]

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Microsoft Buys Nokia’s Handset Business for $7.2B

“Building on our successful partnership, we can now bring together the best of Microsoft’s software engineering with the best of Nokia’s product engineering, award-winning design, and global sales, marketing and manufacturing,” Elop said. “With this combination of talented people, we have the opportunity to accelerate the current momentum and cutting-edge innovation of both our smart […]

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ID Security CEO: ‘NYT’ hackers did their homework

The online disruption of the New York Times advertised a significant long standing security weakness in digital commerce.  It was the common use of a simple user name and passwords to access online accounts.  Security is extremely important and all technology users should have some company or programs to protect their data. For more information […]

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CEO Steve Ballmer retires from Microsoft

CEO Steve Ballmer retires from Microsoft after 13 years working for them.  Ballmer had a lot of commitment and dedication while he was at Microsoft.  He raised a lot of business for them and came up with great technology devices.  However, according to Timothy Lee who wrote the article Here’s What Steve Ballmer didn’t get about the tablet […]

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ILTA 2013 – Security on the brain

On August 18 -22, International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) had a four day educational conference with over 200 peer-developed  educational sessions, networking opportunities and more at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada.  This conference is the central area where legal professionals, IT and etc. come learn and network with each other.  During one of the […]

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Happy Anniversary Cohen Electronics, LLC

For the last 31 years, I have been involved in the service industry. Since 1995 I have mainly focused on IT services.  Through the years, I have had a chance to work with some really great partners.  In 2012 I was able to turn a dream into a reality, of being able to provide the level […]

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Solar charger for Tech devices

Have you gone camping or out on a hike for a few days and wondered how you would be able to keep your devices charged all the time?  There is a new tech device that will use solar power to charge your devices. Solar Adventure charger stores the solar energy as you hike or sit […]

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