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Thecus N2310 NAS Review

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The rising tide of portable devices over traditional laptop and desktop computers is being facilitated by systems that used to be associated with those mature platforms. Case in point, Network-Attached Storage (NAS) devices, which are essentially purpose-built computers that serve files from the hard drives connected to them. This review takes a look at an economical, full-featured NAS from Thecus ($159) with model number N2310.



Review: ChargerLeash and Might Mic S

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Big iPhone and iPad aftermarket items like cases and speakers garner considerable attention, but sometimes the small innovations can have a big impact. This entry takes a look at ChargerLeash and Might Mic S, two recently released accessories for the iOS platform that are worthy of closer examination.



Valuable Information about The Top 7 Iphone Apps For People With Disabilities

Valuable Information about The Top 7 Iphone Apps For People With Disabilities

Technology has proved to be a boon to the world. The new innovations in various industries have escalated the convenience factor in the lives of people. The good news is that the benefits of this growth and development are not restricted. There are lots of innovations made to assist people with several kinds of disabilities. Items like Pride Mobility Victory Scooters and a Go-Go Mobility Scooter, hearing aids, eyeglasses, specially designed comfortable clothes and many others have entered the market. Over and above these products, an iPhone can prove to be highly resourceful for disabled people.


4 Apps to Keep You Safe on the Road

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Safe driving saves lives. Everyday we hear about accidents caused by drunk driving, careless driving, and texting. Luckily there are apps that can help you become a better driver and help you out in case of an accident or emergency. 

Here are four great apps to help you stay safe on the road:



New app from CapableBits: Wallgram - wallpapers for iPhone from any Instagram photo

New app from CapableBits: Wallgram - wallpapers for iPhone from any Instagram photo

We have been working on a nice little app - Wallgram! It’s now live.

Wallgram is a great app that allows to create beautiful wallpapers from Instagram photos! We always wanted our wallpapers to be more personal, not just photo bank images. Not only can you create wallpapers from your own pics, but also from any Instagram photo out there! This makes Wallgram an infinite source of wallpapers, with 50MM+ new photos added daily!

Wallgram is super easy to use! It applies special algorithm that converts create a good creative for parallax wallpaper.
https://itunes.apple.com/app/id773034245?mt=8


SSH Control - remote control via SSH and Telnet

SSH Control - remote control via SSH and Telnet

SSH Control is a powerful tool which allows you to control your remote servers via SSH protocol as easy as your TV using Remote Control. Create buttons, switches, labels, bind them to hosts and write shell scripts for various control events.

The following controls are available:

  • Button (just executes shell script)
  • Switch / Switch button (execute different scripts for enable, disable and scheduled check actions)
  • Status (execute script and extract value for displaying from the output using regular expressions)
  • Label

Key features:

  • iCloud synchronization (If you are using vSSH, you can re-use your existing host connections, macros and keys)
  • Bind several hosts to single remote control
  • Bind macros to events
  • Copy remote controls

Apple to Jump on the Mobile Payment Bandwagon?

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In a recent report on mobile payments, the Wall Street Journal said,  “Apple Inc. is laying the groundwork for an expanded mobile-payments service, leveraging its growing base of iPhone and iPad users and the hundreds of millions of credit cards on file through its iTunes stores.” This report does not raise eyebrows, but simply states the inevitable fact. Apple's entry into this market will undoubtedly raise the bar, with major players already fiercely competing to gain market traction over how people pay through mobile devices.



When Was My Last for iPhone: Keep Track of Life's Important Events

When Was My Last for iPhone: Keep Track of Life's Important Events

Katy, TX, USA — January 28th, 2014 — BigSprocket, LLC today released When Was My Last for iPhone® and iPod touch®. Sitting at the intersection of the Calendar and Reminders apps, When Was My Last is the ideal way to track items we need to remember. Tetanus Shots, Dental Cleanings, Oil Changes. You need to know when these events last happened, but the iPhone Calendar is a terrible way to track them.


UPDATE: LogMeIn Ignition Now USELESS Amid Questionable Business Moves.

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Updated Article 1/25/14:

WOW. I had to update this previously glowing article of what had been a well-made app and service to reflect the poor business decisions made by LogMeIn.  First, they had one of the more expensive apps at $20 to $30, and more recently, it was as much as $130. But I still recommended it because it connected to their FREE service, making the up-front investment worthwhile.

Now, the Free service is gone, and the app has been pulled and is useless. Users have seven days to convert to a paid account of $50 to $100 or more. When that happens to a free or even $0.99 app, it's one thing and understandable, but with $30 to $130 app, that's a bad investment and bad policy.



How to make an app - Over 150,000 apps published with Appsmoment.com

How to make an app - Over 150,000 apps published with Appsmoment.com

AppsMoment provides unique way to the answer - how to make an app and has quickly become one of the leading application iPhone maker available on the internet. In fact, AppsMoment has announced that their users have successfully published over 150,000 applications and counting. As a builder application, AppsMoment gives users the opportunity of creating their own Apple based mobile applications without the need to learn code or invest time and effort into manually building software.


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