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  1. 8/5/2015 2:37 PM

    Since its introduction to the world in 1984, Microsoft Windows ruled the personal computer world, attaining over ninety percent market share of personal computer operating systems in existence. But over the past couple of years, the personal computer has become relegated to the office while smartphones, tablets, Chromebooks and iPads are now the personal communication choice.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  2. 4/9/2015 10:24 AM

    Did you know that the correct term for a sudden sharp delivery of electricity to a device as the result of lightning is a "power spike", not a "power surge"? Could that difference in semantics affect your laptop or iPhone insurance? Yes, it could

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    • Posted By: Jan Miller
  3. 4/9/2015 10:24 AM

    With the influx of new computers, tablets, and mobile devices into schools; districts need to realize they can face large liabilities for damage and theft of devices. Here’s a look at available insurance alternatives, with a focus on how device insurance from companies such as Worth Ave. Group can help.

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    • Posted By: Jan Miller
  4. 3/27/2015 11:18 AM

    Smartphone printer "Prynt" hits Crowdfunding goal Without Big Money Support . Crowdfunding is allowing several companies to get on their feet and provide a product that might have never been produced without the help of consumers who have a high interest in the service or item. The French tech company Prynt recently discovered how helpful crowdfunding can be if you have a product people want.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  5. 3/27/2015 11:18 AM

    While some declare that tablet PCs are the best thing for schools since the number 2 pencil, others have learned the lesson of adopting the new technology too quickly. School administrators should do their homework before committing to such an expense and be certain to learn the political lay of the land.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  6. 3/27/2015 11:17 AM

    Teachers and students across the nation are gaining more access to mobile devices in the classroom through technology grants and digital classroom initiatives. Another school that recently joined the digital learning wave was Hilliard Station and Tharp school in Columbus, Ohio, Hilliard Northwest News reported.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  7. 3/27/2015 11:17 AM

    According to The Associated Press, the Amish community in Berlin, Ohio, is getting used to the technology created for educational purposes. Traditional Amish heritage does not support new technological devices, but with the integration in public schools, even the Amish community is embracing the new gadgets.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  8. 3/27/2015 11:16 AM

    If you ever thought your tablet's screen could be a little bit bigger, California-based digital device manufacturer Fuhu has you covered - and then some. According to PC World, Fuhu recently showed off its new massive tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show, which range from 20-inch screen television-sized devices, to mammoth 65-inch display tablets that could take up a large chunk of your wall.

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    • Posted By: Cristy Branham
  9. 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
  10. 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