Being afflicted with tech envy, one can find themselves easily convinced upgrades are necessary with every model release. While some people absolutely need new tech for their work, most of us can do without it. Here’s how you can survive the vicious cycle of upgrades without unnecessarily breaking the bank…
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If you share a space with roommates or family, there’s a good chance a pair of good headphones can come in handy. When co-habitating headphones are useful at keeping the peace when one person wants to watch TV or play games, while the other wants to get some rest. Here are a few tips when you want to upgrade from a big box, big brand model to higher quality specialty headphones
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Many companies update their tech devices every year or so. Some of them are on rigid schedules, trickling down upgrades to consumers but actually holding back some until the next update the following year so that users will buy them no matter what. What does that mean to the tech enthusiast? How often can or should you update your tech when companies release new products?
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If you purchased an Apple computer in the last few years and you’re wondering how you can access the Mac App Store with all of its features, then here’s a handy guide how you can bring your computer up to date. Apple offers a variety of different licenses to get the latest version of Snow Leopard, but the website can be misleading. Here you’ll find the facts you need to know.
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All of the users of WP.com were surprised with a new Dashboard today. Just remember to clear the temporary internet files and cookies before starting to use it. It looks fresh and nice. I’ll be trying it out over the weekend to see how much I like it. Needless to say that there are vast improvements.