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The iPhone and Your Home or Auto / Firefox готовит конкурента Skype
« Last post by uvywega on February 20, 2017, 04:35:25 AM »
Недавно Mozilla выпустила обновлённую версию браузера Firefox за номером 41, которая стала доступна пользователям Windows, Mac, Linux и Android. Пожалуй, главное ее нововведение — система Firefox Hello. Разработчики называют ее «первой глобальной системой коммуникаций, встроенной непосредственно в браузер». Это значит, что Firefox Hello не требует загрузки какого-либо дополнительного программного обеспечения или плагинов и позволяет использовать контакты из аккаунта Google.
Firefox Hello пока находится на стадии бета-тестирования. Запущенная в октябре 2014 г. в сотрудничестве с оператором Telefonica, она позволяет любому пользователю браузера совершать бесплатные голосовые и видеозвонки без регистрации. Роль Telefonica состоит в том, что он предоставил Mozilla коммуникационную платформу дочерней компании TokBox, которая специализируется на коммуникациях на базе WebRTC.
Firefox Hello может оказаться полезной даже на стадии бета, если опять «рухнет» Skype. Напомним, недавно эта система буквально вышла из строя: пользователи жаловались на невозможность подключиться к сети и отправлять сообщения. В то же время веб-версия сервиса работала без проблем. Работоспособность была восстановлена примерно через 12 часов после первых сообщений о проблемах с доступом.

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We want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Happy New Year!

Now that the holidays are here, many major retailers are holding their annual'After Holidays', 'End Of Year' and 'New Year's' deals and specials for online shoppers for anything related to technology and for non-tech categories as well such as household items, clothes and more.  These are some of the deepest discounts and sales of the year as stores try to clear inventory before Dec 31st.  This is a great chance get great deals on all sorts of gifts and items you've been putting off to buy, just waiting for those 'best of' sales and discounts.  We've included links below to some of the most well-known large online sale participants so use these links to check out the great deals and enjoy saving some cash!. 







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Xiaomi stormed the bluetooth speaker world this past year with its amazing pencil box Xiaomi Mi hit the market.  Raved about by reviewers such as ClavinetJunkie, Javi's Boombox, Jim's Review Room, Cnet, PortableAudio and more it features amazing bass response and solid mid-range and highs in a small, sleek metal body the size of a pencil box.  Available in three colors here in the U.S.; gold, blue and pink, we typically see it priced at between $39-$60 but it's on sale now for the lowest price we've ever seen with free shipping as well...just $32 at the link below.   Also for sale are the Xiaomi Mini which typically sells for $15...now on sale for $9.99 and also the Xiaomi Round speaker also on sale for $21.45.  The older Xiaomi Square Box speaker is also on sale for $14.75, but we think the 'Original Xiaomi' speaker on the far left above sounds better.  We've placed links below to the page so make sure you grab a few to give as gifts while the sale is going on.

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If you've been waiting to buy a really top-notch audiophile quality bluetooth speaker then today is the perfect day to grab an awesome deal on one of two Denon bluetooth speakers. 

First up is the Denon HEOS 1.  This is the smallest member of Denon's audiophile multiroom system that can be used either independently or networked with other HEOS speakers such as the HEOS 3, 5 or 7.  This is the newest version of the HEOS 1 and includes bluetooth built-in.  It offers awesome sound from its two drivers and while it is a plug-in unit, you can purchase the optional 'Go Pack' which includes a rechargeable lithium ion battery.  This new version of the HEOS 1 also includes high resolution audio support as well as support for streaming services such as Amazon Prime Music, Pandora, Spotify, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, SiriusXM, SoundCloud, TIDAL and Rhapsody.  Normally priced at $199, there's a special sale going on right now for $100 off!  That's right...the HEOS 1 is just $99 for a limited time.  You can grab one at the link below.


Ok, so say you want an all-in-one unit that includes a built-in lithium battery and will provide you with knock your socks off sound in a portable package and you plan on using the speaker exclusively with your phone or tablet to stream music and don't care about multiroom networking.  If that's the case then the Denon Envaya DSB200 is the speaker for you.  This speaker will literally knock your socks off.  It has some of the most powerful bass and the fullest 'soundscape' and depth of sound of any portable bluetooth speaker i've ever heard.  Don't believe me?  Just read some of the reviews and they'll back me up.  This thing ROCKS.  It has a 100mm bass radiator in addition to two 57mm full range drivers and has all kinds of special electronics voodoo added in from high resolution aptX® CSR decoding, MaxxAudio® technology and even includes 4 different colored grill inserts to customize the look of the device.  Normally the Envaya DSB200 would set you back $199...and in fact that's the price it's still selling for on the Denon website...but it's on sale on Amazon right now for just $79.99!  That's an amazing deal.  If  you've been looking for a bluetooth speaker that has AWESOME sound quality...you need to grab one of these right now.  I'm serious...this thing will blow away any other portable bluetooth speaker even 3x the price.

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iPhone General Discussions / Sharing data
« Last post by jeeper01ca on June 30, 2016, 10:43:50 PM »
I'm planning a road trip to the USA from Canada, so I need to get myself a new SIM card when I cross the boarder and I'll have family members with me.
So how can I share my data with them? we are all iPhone users.


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An interesting controversy involving the iPhone and Apple Computer has sprung up over the past few weeks as I'm sure many of you are well aware.  The FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) has asked the company to create a tool that would un-encrypt the iPHone used by one of the San Bernadino terrorism suspects that killed 14 people a few months ago in California.  While at its surface this would seem like a simple request, the company has refused to comply stating that while it understands the specific noble intent in this situation to unlock the phone and gain any valuable information from it that might help in the investigation, the larger issue of creating a 'back door' to the iPhone poses too dangerous a risk long term to the greater user base of iPhone owners.

Tim Cook issued his statement and was quickly supported by other tech leaders such as Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and others.  Not everyone has been so quick to support the company however with Presidential candidate Donald Trump calling for Applel to unlock the device and even Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates seeming to be at odds with Apple's decision.  So what do you think?  Is the benefit of possibly accessing valuable information of the terrorists device worth it?  Would the company be able to keep such a 'back door' secret and prevent this instance from creating a precedent where perhaps thousands of phones from now on could be accessed in a similar way?  Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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Ever feel like going on adventure and wish there was a resource that could instantly tell you all the cool stuff around you to do?  Well that's what Local Guru does.  It's an amazing new app...really more than an app...a great resource...that let's you instantly see what cool adventures, activities and interests are close by and hooks you up with a 'guru' to lead you on your adventure or activity.  Using your location you can see a list of adventures led by a local expert or 'guru'.  Perhaps you want to take a hike, or learn to surf or go horseback riding or a mountain biking adventure.  It's a great tool to explore wherever you are and geared to the outdoors adventurer in us all.  Even better, it lets you filter for price and proximity to your location.  You also can click on the map to any location and do a search in that area to see what is available in other areas.  Just think of the possibilities of planning a trip or vacation and being able to tap the location on the map and book a cool adventure where you're going to be. 

Now the founder of 'Local Guru' is a great guy named Joseph I had the pleasure of meeting recently in Santa Monica.  Joseph and his team put a lot of effort into procuring only quality adventures and activities led by knowledgeable experts in whatever the adventure is.  The app is constantly being improved and refined and new features are being introduced all the time to ensure that the adventures you go on are of the highest quality.  Give 'Local Guru' a try and if you have any ideas to make it even more useful feel free to send them a note.  Make sure any local experts and 'gurus' you know sign up to offer their activities through Local Guru's app and help spread the word and make Local Guru the national sensation it deserves to be.  Grab the free app at the link below.


You can also learn more about the Local Guru app at their website: www.localguruapp.com

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Download ArrowScan document scanning app for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. You can quickly scan your documents or take pictures and save them as pdf or jpeg files.
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Wireless charging company energous has a cool technology it calls 'Watt Up' and you can see it demonstrated by their CTO Michael Leabman above.  Part software and part hardware innovation it works by having a power receiving chip inside your phone that the Watt Up transmitter then sends power to through the air using RF technology.  So how does it work?

The system consists of two parts...a wireless transmitter called a 'Power Router' that transmits power via radio signals in a similar way to how your wifi router works.  A chip inside the device to be charged, whether a phone, tablet or anything that is no more than 10 watts received the signal and that power charges the battery.  Up to 12 different devices can be charged simultaneously with the current system.  Now there's certainly more complexities to the technology than this and you can read about it at the company's website at the link below.  Apparently, according to some internet sources the company has been working with a large tech company (Apple maybe?) and could lead to their technology being a mass consumer device sooner than later.  What do you think?  Pretty cool, eh?

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iPhone Game Help, Discussions and Reviews / Re: Favorite iPhone Game
« Last post by Lindan01 on February 18, 2016, 06:17:21 AM »
i love candy crush saga.
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