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Colorado districts introduce tech for classrooms

Colorado school districts are increasingly providing technology for one-to-one learning.

The rapid growth in technology, particularly tablets and smartphones, has also carried with it numerous new applications for technology in the classroom.

Apple iPad Announcement, Oct. 22, 2013

Let’s start with the new iPad Air: The new iPad Air weigs only one pound (vs. 1.33 pounds for the iPad 2), 28% lighter than the iPad 2 and 20% thinner than the iPad 2.  The iPad Air will be available beginning Nov. 1 starting at $499 for the 16GB wifi only version (up to […]

Would you buy a phone like this?

Would you buy a phone that had interchangeable parts?  That’s what PhoneBloks is suggesting. Check out this video on their website to get an idea of what they’re suggesting:  http://youtu.be/oDAw7vW7H0c If you can’t watch the video, here’s a recap of what it said.  Everyone always wants the best phone on the market but that changes so often […]

Changes to the way you search on Google

Have you noticed something a little different when you search on Google lately?  Yesterday on Google’s 15th anniversary, they announced what those changes are! Yesterday in Menlo Park, Calif. (where Google began 15 years ago in a garage), Google executives announced some exciting new changes to the search algorithm that they use.  These changes are […]

Apple’s next event will be Tuesday, Sept. 10 at 10 a.m. PT

Looks like the Apple event on Sept. 10, 2013 will be colorful!  Does this confirm the iPhone 5C, C meaning color?  This invite sure seems to look that way!  What else do you think will happen at the special event next Tuesday?   The last event introduced us to the new operating systems, now it’s […]

“Jobs” Film Review

It may not be Academy Award worthy, but Jobs was an entertaining summer flick. The film starts out in 2001 when Jobs was introducing the iPod to Apple staff.  After that it jumps back to the 1970s when he was at Reed College.  I did start to wonder how much of these scenes were true. I haven’t […]

Lace up your shoes for iPad Mayhem

Do you like basketball?  Do you like winning iPad’s? If you’ve answered yes to either of those questions, we have a contest for you.  Worth Ave. Group is having our own little tournament bracket, iPad Mayhem. The rules are simple, Like Worth Ave. Group on Facebook and enter the Worth Ave. Group iPad Mayhem bracket.  The person who has […]

Which maps are better?

Remember when the iPhone 5 came out and there was a big stink about the maps app?  Back then I wrote about how the Apple Maps iOS app wasn’t that great and how most people seemed to miss Google Maps, which was the original iOS maps app.  Well, it seems some people think Apple’s version is […]

Viewing the statue again and again

Did you watch the 2013 version of the Academy Awards, otherwise known as the Oscars?  Did you have party with all your friends and talk about who was the best dressed, worst dressed? I cannot tell a lie, I did watch some of it last night.  Not for any other reason than it was on […]

An app for everything

What will they think of next?  I am constantly surprised by new apps. Whether it’s for your phone, tv, or social network, if you can think of it, there’s probably an app for it. Introducing Would Love 2 iOS app. After downloading the iOS app, you get to select who you’d like to date from your […]