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3 Reasons Why Newegg Now Accepts Bitcoin in Canada

There’s no denying Newegg shoppers are among the most tech-savvy on the Internet. For nearly 15 years, our customers have been at the forefront of technology and have allowed us to help them build the computer systems of their dreams. As our company grew over the years, it was these loyal shoppers who helped us […]

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“Kill Switch” Legislation May Deter Smartphone Theft (At Least Some of It)

California recently passed a law that requires smartphone manufacturers to install a “kill switch” on their smartphones. While this may deter some criminals, it still may not be enough to stop them completely. How can you protect yourself?

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Trending This Week in Social Media: Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, Sobrr, and Flywheel

Social media is a necessary evil of the 21st century. Without having at least one profile on the Internet, it’s almost impossible to keep track of what your friends and family are up to. Some people may argue that they can do without it – and maybe they can – but social media companies are growing more powerful each and every day.

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HTC Wants You to Switch to a Windows Phone

The HTC One (M8) is now available in a Windows Phone edition and many people are wondering why. The reason may be simpler than you think.

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The Internet of Things Just Got Smarter

#184351964 / gettyimages.com The home takeover of the Internet of Things is imminent. Late last week, Samsung officially announced its purchase of SmartThings, a move that pits Samsung against powerhouses Google and Apple in the smart home space. SmartThings is a home automation startup that is rapidly making a name for itself, starting as a […]

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The Five Tech Articles You Don’t Want to Miss This Week: Smartphone Edition

It’s 2014 and owning a smartphone is no longer a luxury – it’s a necessity. We live in a mobile world and those that aren’t able to be constantly connected to it are missing out on one of the greatest technological achievements in our lifetime. Never in the history of mankind has it been so […]

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Paper Wallets Aim to Make Bitcoin More Accessible to the Masses

Will carrying Bitcoin in our pockets make it easier for people to adopt the cryptocurrency? Bitcoin ATM’s are a relatively new innovation that makes buying, selling and transferring the cryptocurrency between users easier than ever. With machines sprouting all over some of the busiest cities in the world (most recently the Las Vegas Strip) and […]

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Robot Helpers Aren’t Just for Those in Need

Robots have the potential to make all of our lives a lot better. Not only can robotic technology extend our physical and mental capabilities, it also allows us to perform tasks we otherwise wouldn’t be capable of. This is especially true if we have a disability that limits the way our body and brain can […]

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The Oculus Rift Consumer Version is Almost Here and It Has Its Sights Set on Hollywood

Is this how we will watch movies in the future? When Palmer Luckey invented the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset in 2012, his intention was to create a head-mounted display that allowed users to immerse themselves into their video games. This new technology appealed immensely to gamers and Oculus VR was able to fundraise over […]

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The U.S.A. Loves Smartphones, But Only If They’re Expensive

Nearly 60% of American adults own a smartphone and it’s estimated that 220 million people will be embracing the technology within the next four years. And while there are many manufacturers to choose from when purchasing a smartphone, Americans have made it clear which brand they prefer: Apple. When comScore presented their U.S. smartphone subscriber […]

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