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What The Battle For The Best Smartwatch Could Mean For You

Apple, Google and Samsung are all in a rush to grab you by the wrist. The heat has been turned up for computer wearables and the focus is centered above your hand.

The first Google Android Wear smartwatches have just been released. They appear as the LG G Watch and Samsung's Gear Live.

Meantime the clock is ticking on Apple's iWatch debut...

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Why Apple's IOS8 Operating System Should Excite Users and Developers

Apple's new iOS8 operating system was recently revealed at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco.

While iOS8 may not be a game changer it certainly offers many new features for business use and should excite developers wishing to share and create applications within the new framework.

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Why The Smartwatch Is a No-Brainer for Business Use


Many of the tech giants are quickly introducing their version of the smartwatch. First it was Samsung. Now it's Google which has just announced "Android Wear", a version of their operating system designed specifically for wearable devices.

Google has apparently crafted the system especially for smartwatches. Motorola and LG have revealed their own versions of Android Wear wrist devices and more are about to follow.


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Apple's iOS7 Operating System Generates Some Improvements, Creates Lots of Problems


Apple's new iOS7 operating system has been heralded as a major step forward in the operation of mobile devices.

While the tech giant has added many improvements to the existing iOS6 platform, many developers are questioning whether the company went far enough in its redesign...


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How Google's New Products Impact You


By Marc Arbesman

Google just announced a flurry of new products and new services. The goal is to improve their current offerings, add some new ones, and make your personal and professional lives a little easier.

The question becomes are they useful and will someone actually use them to enhance their own productivity.

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Getting Clear on Google Glass

Google Glass is generating lots of hype. The product which Google says may make wearable computing mainstream, has not even reached the marketplace.

In fact some estimates indicate Glass will not be available to the general public until late 2013 or 2014 at the earliest.

So why all the buzz?


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Which Cell Phones Have the Highest Radiation Levels?


Should you be worried about the radiation levels emitted by your cell phone?

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Three Easy Ways to Find Your Lost iPhone


How many times have you gone out and accidentally left your expensive iPhone on a restaurant table, in a movie theater cup holder or a public bathroom sink? Thanks to the Internet, you can now track your lost or stolen iPhone!

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