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Golf App

Golf Phone Apps

The Pro Golf season was recently kicked off with the Masters Tournament which was held in Augusta. For those not interested in watching golf (like me) – it is finally starting to warm up enough to go to the driving range, chip around, or play a full round of golf. I personally don’t know a [...]

Yoostar 2

Yoostar 2

Yoostar 2, a movie karaoke game, is becoming a hit sensation. The game uses the technology of the PlayStation Eye or Xbox 360′s Kinect camera to insert live video of the player into famous movie and TV scenes. The game allows you to double as Arnold in The Terminator, command the Starship Enterprise, or even [...]


Google Analytics

These days almost everyone has some sort of blog or website. Whether you’re writing for fun, or hoping to gain a lot of followers, finding out how many people are visiting your site is easy. Google Analytics gives you “rich insights into your website traffic” and provides “powerful, flexible and easy-to-use features” that let you [...]

Folded Leaf Phone

Folded Leaf Phone

The mobile industry today has bombarded us with the newest and best technological advances – and they don’t seem to be slowing down. We are offered faster and faster Internet connections, thousands of apps to download, and a myriad of other features. One architect design firm is rebelling against this trend. Claesson Koivisto Rune has [...]


Find Blogs You’ll Love

There are so many blogs out there in cyberspace. Blogs written by moms, pregnancy blogs, blogs by aspiring fashionistas, by techies, and by music lovers. Needless to say, whatever you’re interested in, there’s a blog for it; however, finding blogs that focus on what you’re interested in can be tough. Look no further folks. There [...]

Cheaper Amazon Kindle

Cheaper Kindle!

That’s right, you can now get Amazon’s Kindle for cheaper than it’s normal retail price. There’s only one draw back, you have to put up with advertisements. The question is: is saving a small $25 worth it to you? Amazon’s first ad-supported Kindle will be going on sale for $114 in Target and Best Buy [...]

Romney YouTube

Politicians Using Social Media

It’s standard practice during this time of year for politicians to start campaigning for elections. Obama seems to have been the pioneer of using Twitter and Facebook as means of communicating with middle America in his campaign for President in 2008. Many people even refer to him as the “First Social Media President.” He created [...]


Top Twitter Trends Last Week

Who doesn’t love a good Tweet? Especially when it’s about the U.S. government or Justin Bieber? Here are a few of the top trending Tweets in the Twitterverse this week: 1. April Fools Day: Everybody loved talking about all the websites that participated in the practical joke holiday. One of the most popular included Google’s Gmail [...]

Barcelona’s player Lionel Messi attends a training session at Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona April 5, 2011

Messi May Break Facebook Record

For those who don’t know who Leo Messi is, he is a famous Argentine soccer player. Messi plays for FC Barcelona and the Argentina national team as a forward. In 2008, he won an Olympic gold medal in Bejing with the Argentina Olympic football team, yet his list of other awards and accomplishments goes on [...]

Google Leadership

Changes in Google’s Leadership

Google’s new CEO, Larry Page, has officially promoted six executives to senior vice president positions. This move will essentially divide Google up into six different business areas. They hope that by doing this, Google will become less-centralized and bureaucratic. And on the opposite end, provide Google with more freedom to enhance their innovation capabilities. Meet [...]

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