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Winners of the Vodafone Wireless Innovation Project
Vodafone Americas Foundation held a contest to promote innovation in the mobile/wireless technology space. Learn about the three winners for 2015 and what they brought to the compe...
What's in OS X El Capitan for business?
Apple's next OS X release, El Capitan, is due in the fall. The new release packs several features business users will appreciate, including Pinned Sites, Mail improvements, and not...
Have iPad Air 2, will travel (with a few caveats)
Two weeks of travelling across the world have proven the iPad can legitimately function as a primary computer for an executive -- if you're willing to put up with some minor frustr...
Pro tip: Use Dynamic Pin on your Android device for even more security
If you're looking for a better means to secure your Android device, Jack Wallen has a possible solution in Dynamic Pin.
Fiber broadband can drive up your home's value

The availability of really fast broadband in your neighborhood could increase your home’s value by more than 3 percent.

High-speed fiber broadband service, with 1 Gbps download speeds, can add more than $5,400 to the value of an average U.S. home, according to a study commissioned by the Fiber to the Home Council Americas (FTTH), an advocacy group made up of fiber equipment vendors and broadband providers.

That $5,400 figure is approximately equal to adding a new fireplace, half of a new bathroom or a quarter of a swimming pool, according to the study, conducted by researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Carnegie Mellon University.

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PayPal tweaks terms in wake of 'robocall' controversy

PayPal is fine-tuning its policies after a recently announced plan to make unsolicited prerecorded calls and texts to users drew questions and concerns from customers, regulators and consumer advocates.

Earlier this month, PayPal generated controversy when it proposed amendments to its terms that would allow it make unsolicited calls for marketing and other purposes. The Federal Communications Commission told PayPal that the proposed terms, which would go into effect July 1, might violate federal laws because unsolicited robocalls are only legal if a company has obtained written or oral consent from consumers.

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Winners of the Vodafone Wireless Innovation Project
Vodafone Americas Foundation held a contest to promote innovation in the mobile/wireless technology space. Learn about the three winners for 2015 and what they brought to the compe...
Have iPad Air 2, will travel (with a few caveats)
Two weeks of travelling across the world have proven the iPad can legitimately function as a primary computer for an executive -- if you're willing to put up with some minor frustr...
Jaybird Bluebuds X: A Bluetooth headset to avoid
Bluetooth headphones have become a necessity for on-the-go, active users. Here's a reviewer that took the plunge with one particular product and regrets ever having bothered.
Have iPad Air 2, will travel (with a few caveats)
Two weeks of travelling across the world have proven the iPad can legitimately function as a primary computer for an executive -- if you're willing to put up with some minor frustr...
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