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The folks over at Sound World Solutions have come up with the second model in their technologically advanced Bluetooth Series of personal sound amplifiers, calling this particular device as the CS50.
Apple has gone against the tide for many years sticking to premium products and prices.
Question: I have a 5-year-old Mac Pro and use Picasa to organize and print my photographs.
TOUCHSCREEN: Phones offer a pretty easy target for thieves but there are a few steps you can take to the limit the damage.
A California-based company founded by a group of MIT graduate students has invented what it calls the world's smallest laptop-charger.
But first, some context. Though the year-over-year growth rate for tablets in 2013 was 51.6 percent, this year may be a different story, according to IDC.
Earnings season is in full swing next week with almost a third of S&P 500 companies set to report.
Years before Apple became a household name, one of Job's predecessors, Thomas Watson Jr. of IBM and create beauty on an intuition that beautifully designed products would create buzz and sell for more than the unbeautiful and forgettable was and is Apple's greatest asset.
THE iPod? That'll never catch on. From technology to transportation and music, these futurist fails were way off the mark.
The chance to buy tickets for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference was this year decided through a lottery.
Autodesk's Smoke 2015, the latest version of its professional video editing software, adds new creative tools and performance enhancements.
Q: I have a five-year-old Mac Pro and use Picasa to organize and print my photographs.
When you travel with a Mac laptop, whether a Macbook Pro or Air, you may be leaving it open to malicious users to get into your machine.
Clarity. It is what we long for when we travel through a student's essay. Yet our struggling writers make us wander through a cluttered maze of thoughts, leading to dead ends.
Four large technology companies should not be allowed to limit evidence about Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs at an upcoming trial over no-hire agreements in Silicon Valley, according to a court document filed late on Thursday by employees suing the firms.