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Jacqui is the author of "Getting Started With The Roku for Cable Refugees" and "Turning Your PC Into a Media Server." She's a contributing expert for eHow Tech on social media and mobile technology and her work has also appeared on Salon.com and the websites of the Houston Chronicle and The San Francisco Chronicle.

Eat, Drink & Be Merry!— Best Apps for Holiday Cooking

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'Appily' Ever After with 6 Apps to Help You Plan Your Wedding

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Marriage may be an ancient institution, but that doesn’t mean you have to take an old-school approach to planning your wedding. The devil is in the details, and when it comes to your big day, there are a lot of details. Ditch the notebooks and go digital with these apps that put your wedding plans in the palm of your hand.



5 Apps for Your Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

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Although Cinco de Mayo originated in Mexico as a way to commemorate the Mexican victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla, the holiday has become more popular in the United States than in the country where it began. Make sure you’re fiesta-ready with these fun iPhone apps that offer everything you need to celebrate Cinco in style.

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Celebrate Earth Day with 5 Eco-Friendly Apps

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The first Earth Day arose from an environmental “teach-in” organized by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson in 1970. The 20 million Americans who joined the demonstration signified the birth of the modern environmental movement. Every year since then, U.S. citizens have celebrated April 22 as a day to raise awareness of our impact on the world and support the protection of our environment.

This year, honor Earth Day with these free eco-friendly iPhone apps designed to celebrate our planet and support healthier, more Earth-friendly choices.



5 Fun Apps for Baseball Fans

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For some, the arrival of spring signifies the return of warmer weather, budding trees, and blooming flowers. For millions of others, it’s a return to hard plastic seats, overpriced concession-stand hot dogs, and the sharp crack of wood hitting leather — or, in layman’s terms, the beginning of baseball season! If you’re a Major League obsessive, check out these apps for tracking your favorite teams and managing your own fantasy roster.



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