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A thorn in the side of millions of Americans is the apparent expense of cell phone service providers, who charge extravagant amounts to users of their networks when individuals would much rather pay less.
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Sometimes it's tough to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to the latest, greatest tech gadgets.
Since the day that Apple turned the wireless industry on its head, nearly all assumptions about how the industry operates have changed.
In the 3000 Newswire's printed edition that's nearly in every subscriber's mailbox, we interviewed Stan Sieler on the occasion of his 30-year anniversary at Allegro Consultants.
If you've been busy beating Candy Crush Saga lately, you may not have heard about QuizUp.
Matt Tuzzolo, who used to split restaurant bills by sending money via PayPal, now wields his iPhone to pay his fellow diners -- in Bitcoins.
By the end of next month, VoIP provider Jajah is ceasing its two services. The recent announcement is not a surprise given all of the alternatives out there.
For many years, governments in Canada have parroted to a willingly believing public that we were global leaders in Education.
Apple continues running its innovation engine at full speed ahead as it secured a handful of new patents this week, and one of them could put your face front and center.
The Amazon Kindle Wi-Fi e-book reader is shown in this publicity photo released to Reuters on July 28, 2010.
Officials at the Vermont Veterans' Home are looking to acquire a small fleet of mobile computer carts which would allow familes to communicate visually with their veteran relatives at the facility.
Santa Claus is coming to town in just 20 short days which mean NORAD is knocking the dust off its famous Santa Tracker website with a revamp that makes the site iPad friendly for the first time ever.
If you get warm feelings from the "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" Christmas special, we have a long-lost restored Directors outtake when Wal-Mart Elf "Herbie" faces his cruel corporate masters.
One of the best ways to promote international understanding - doesn't that sound so Cold War-era? - is to host a foreign exchange student.
You thought the quadcopter was fun? Well check this little diddy out from Germany-based TobyRich.