digital

Sony Celebrates The 40th Anniversary Of The Walkman

Hard to believe that it has been 40 years since Sony introduced The Walkman, making music truly portable as you'd pop in a cassette tape, put on your headphones and jam out to your favorite songs. It debuted on July 1, 1979 with Sony expecting to sell about 5,000 units a month for $150 ($500...
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Yes, You Can Still Get Picture Film Developed!

It was probably in the 1990s when you first saw a digital camera (although the first digital camera was created in 1975 by Steven Sasson, an engineer at Eastman Kodak ). No longer would you have to wait for a roll of film to be developed in order to see the photograph just taken. It was the...
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Four Digital Rules For Loving Couples

On average, we check our smartphone about 46 times a day! That's so much time that it can seem our phones are a third party in the relationship between you and your sweetie! There are numerous reports that support the idea that putting your phone down is not only healthy for yourself but your...
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So Bad News For All Those Online "Purchased" Music, Movies and Books

You may have heard that Apple launched three new versions of its iPhone yesterday. However I bet you didn't know that when you purchase a movie, book or music online that you never truly own it. The biggest downfall of not physically owning a CD, DVD or book is even though you "buy" entertainment,...
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Your Bathroom Scale Is Lying To You About Your Weight

You've got a liar in your home. More specifically it is in your bathroom. But believe it or not, the weight your bathroom scale displays is very likely to be totally wrong. While there has been a cry from the public for years that bathroom scales were inaccurate, it turns out to be a very accurate...
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Google Reins Supreme In The Digital Assistant World

When it comes to picking the smartest digital assistants, it appears Google Assistant is the head of the class! A new study finds Google Assistant is the smartest, followed by Siri, Alexa and Microsoft's Cortana. Researchers asked the four digital assistant 800 questions each. They found all...
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Flashing Has Gone Digital And How To Protect Yourself From It

iPhone users are the latest victim of an old and creepy trend of flashers. While we all have images of a trench-coat wearing naked man running around a shopping mall, you'd never think your phone would be the medium for this creepy practice. Cyber-flashing involves the AirDrop feature of your phone...
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Kids Do Not Know To How Read A Clock

Technology is changing the way we see the world, the way we communicate and even the way we tell time. While many states move to require schools to teach cursive writing to kids as the computer keyboard replaces the pencil, another sign of the times involves clocks. In a digital world, only 1 in 5...
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