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  1. 3/27/2015 11:16 AM

    It's a question many people ask themselves when they first buy a new smartphone - should I consider insuring my device? It's a lot of money up front when you purchase a new device and with activation fees, taxes, a new phone case and other add-ons, smartphone insurance can suddenly move to the back burner of your top priorities. However, putting off smartphone insurance could be a critical mistake in the long run.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  2. 3/27/2015 11:15 AM

    Cold weather can damage your screen by permanently dimming it at 10 degrees, cause battery issues at negative 10 degrees, force the device to shut off at negative 20 degrees, cause irreversible LCD and battery problems at negative 30 degrees and completely ruin the device between negative 40 degrees and negative 55 degrees, Popular Mechanics reported.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  3. 3/27/2015 11:14 AM

    The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were released roughly three months ago, and now some officials are saying that the massive 6 Plus is affecting the sales of tablet devices, Inquisitr reported.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  4. 3/27/2015 11:14 AM

    A new report was recently released that showed Apple's dominance that still lingers among the tablet, laptop and smartphone industries. According to the data firm Chegg, college students still prefer Apple products among all other competitors.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  5. 3/27/2015 11:13 AM

    Smartphone users have grown significantly over the past couple of years, and with more people carrying the expensive high-tech gadgets around, the number of thefts rises as well. According to NPR Boston affiliate WBUR, smartphone manufacturers are doing everything they possibly can to increase the security of their devices for consumers, but theft still runs around the clock.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  6. 3/27/2015 11:13 AM

    In San Gabriel Valley, California, the teachers and principals of Bassett Unified school district received a Christmas present right before the holidays. According to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, the school district issued more than 200 tablets to its educators before their holiday break so they could spend time with the devices before they implement the new technology into the classroom.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  7. 3/27/2015 11:12 AM

    In 2014, tablets and smartphones seemed to dominate the news with new technology and apps available on these devices. While 2014 brought consumers a massive iPhone and the thinnest tablet ever created, next year could have some treats for gadget lovers as well.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  8. 3/27/2015 11:11 AM

    The International Data Corporation recently reported that in the fourth quarter of 2014, overall sales of tablets and more specifically, iPads, were lower this year than the previous. The slight decline in sales has the tablet industry moving toward educational outlets and for young children.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  9. 3/27/2015 11:11 AM

    The numerous smartphones released in 2014 brought new technology to consumers' hands, but which devices stood out among the rest? The smartphone competition increases each year, while many expect Apple's iPhone to lead the pack. However, there are several devices that held their fair share of the market for the year.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  10. 3/27/2015 11:10 AM

    Tablet sales are starting to finally slow down across the nation, but as the market barely begins to dwindle, computer manufacturers are starting to target the education industry at full force. According to a report from the International Data Corporation, in 2014, year-over-year tablet shipments fell to 7.2 percent from the massive 52.5 percent in 2013.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham