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Linux vs Windows: System Stability


Microsoft is a giant. It has enough resources that it was able to sell the original Xbox at a loss for several months in order to get its foot in the door. It has enough high salary programs that it can tackle any issue in its closed source software easily. And yet . . . they made Vista. Linux, on…

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Holiday Shopping on the Web


Holiday shopping can be the most stressful tasks of the year. Regardless of what holidays we celebrate at some time during the year we have to buy something for someone, whether that is ourselves, our loved one or even our boss. But the times of standing in line with hordes of people and trying to find some sanity among the…

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A new, exciting way to capture photos

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Somewhere between a photo, a video and a GIF sits Fyuse (pronounced “fuse”). This app for iOS and Android creates interactive photos that move as you tilt and rotate your phone in your hand. By turning your phone, you control how fast the photo moves. The effect is more immersive than a photo and yet […]

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Super Mario Run, reviewed: Is Nintendo’s one-fingered iPhone game worth it?

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The moment I downloaded Super Mario Run on my iPhone, I handed it to my 8-year-old son to play. My 3-year-old was curious, too. I never got my phone back again. Nintendo’s never put its games on phones, and Super Mario Run comes closest to feeling like a 3DS or Wii U ($410.00 at Amazon.com) game on mobile. I’ve played…

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More live TV for a lower price than ever

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$35 per month for 100 channels. That’s what DirecTV Now delivers today. If that was all you needed to know, you could stop reading right now, cancel your cable or satellite service, subscribe and start saving. Alas, it’s more complex than that. For starters, you’ll need a compatible device and a fast-enough internet connection. Those aren’t big hurdles for a…

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