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CES 2015 Brings The Nostalgia Factor With Polaroid, Sony, Dell, And Palm

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You may have noticed a lack of CES 2015 coverage on Techcitement. To be honest, it’s all been a bit overwhelming. So far, many of our favorite companies have announced impressive new devices. We’re dying to test them all. One thing that’s struck us is how many devices at an event that looks at upcoming […]

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Review: Adonit Wants You To Take Stylus In Hand With The Jot Touch and Script

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For these stylus pens, we asked an artist to do a guest review. Travis Hanson is an Eisner-nominated fantasy illustrator with a huge imagination. His works include comics, children’s art, fantasy, and just fun illustrations that encourage the need for people to be creative. For more information on Harris’s works, rates and ideas, check out his site. As […]

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Safety Tech: Self-security In The 21st Century

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Recently, a video was released of a woman, Shoshana Roberts, walking through the streets of New York, being harassed as she goes. Putting aside issues (and there are issues) of the races that were edited out, it’s important to note that her experience was quite sadly typical for a New Yorker. The culture of the New […]

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Amazon Unleashes A Flood Of Kindle Updates, Including One For Your Guppies

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Amazon’s Kindle line is one of the biggest recent success stories in consumer electronics. With a custom Android OS, Amazon prices them lower than other vendors because it’s seen as a “digital shopping cart” to consume the e-tailing giant’s products. Last night, Amazon unveiled a whole ton of updates, including one parents will love. Before we […]

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Eating My Words On Office For iPad

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Despite my dismissal of Office for iPad as “too little, too late“, users appear to be flocking to the new app. The Seattle Times reports twelve million downloads in the mere seven days since launch. Sure, just because someone downloaded an app doesn’t mean said app is being used. It also doesn’t mean even those […]

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Too Little, Too Late: Office Comes To The iPad

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In a long-anticipated move, Microsoft has released a version of the ubiquitous Office Suite for iPad. Yes, now anyone can edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents on an iPad. Of course, you always could. Off the top of my head, there’s Apple’s iWork solution, now free with new iOS devices. Plus, there’s Google’s Drive solution […]

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