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Cutting The Cord By The Numbers [Infographic]

Posted on 08/08/2014 by Chris Rauschnot


Saving thousands of dollars per year is a big reason to cut the cord. Cutting the cord is a general term for those that want to watch TV on their own schedule, without having to deal with a cable company or satellite provider. There are those of us who only need a few channels that are still provided free via over the air digital signal.


Sworkit Circuit Training and Yoga App Gets an Update

Posted on 08/08/2014 by Chris Hauk


Sworkit, the daily circuit training workouts and yoga app for the iPhone and iPad, has received an update. Both the free and “Pro” versions of the app received an update, receiving new videos, audio cues, reminders, new Pilates workouts, and more.


New Apple Patent Application Describes ‘Siri for Mac’

Posted on 07/08/2014 by Chris Hauk


It has long been expected that Siri, Apple’s iOS-based virtual personal assistant, would eventually make it over to the Mac. However, we have yet to see her make a debut on the OS X platform. Now, a new patent application from Apple describes an intelligent assistant that would make Siri on the Mac a reality.


NFL Now App Goes Live on Apple TV, iOS Devices

Posted on 07/08/2014 by Chris Hauk


The NFL Now app has gone live on the Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad. The new app offers American Football fans personalized video streams and coverage of their favorite teams, players and coaches.


New Report Counters Claim of Chinese Government Purchasing Ban on Apple Products

Posted on 07/08/2014 by Chris Hauk


Countering a Bloomberg report from Wednesday, a new report on Thursday claims Apple wasn’t banned from a list of approved products for purchase by the Chinese government, but instead was simply omitted from a list of energy-efficient devices that some government bodies look to for purchasing new equipment.


Sprint Drops Plans to Buy T-Mobile, Names New CEO

Posted on 06/08/2014 by Chris Hauk


The Wall Street Journal reports that Sprint is dropping their plans to buy T-Mobile US. WSJ says Sprint and its parent firm, SoftBank, believe it would be too difficult to gain regulatory approval for the deal. Sprint plans to make an announcement today.


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