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Review: Samsung SmartCamera WBF30 With Wi-Fi

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After  spending the last three years taking photos with whatever smartphone I had at the time, I finally decided to get a dedicated camera. I not only wanted the ability to use optical zoom, but also to have more mega pixels than smartphones can offer. Except the Nokia 1020 of course. My budget was not too large, so I knew I’d have to settle on a simple point and shoot. I looked at various brands such as Sony, Nikon and Canon but the only one that cought my attention was the Samsung WBF30 Smart Camera. It had a WiFi sticker right on the front and a price tag of under $150.00 Canadian. Sold!

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Indiegogo Multipath Router Combines Connections For Faster Speeds

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Justin Collery developed Multipath Networks after he moved from his city center location to the suburbs and struggled to get fast and reliable broadband. Commercializing research developed in Ireland and Belgium he developed the Multipath router. Multipath technology aggregates Internet connections adding their speed and reliability. The router can bond any combination of technologies, DSL, Cable, 3G, 4G, wireless.

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The Real Cost Of Pirated Apps

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I remember getting my first smartphone that used real and true mobile applications, the iPhone 3G. It didn’t take me long to find the jailbreak community and start modifying my phone to whatever extent I could. It was a fun time. True smartphone apps were in their infancy, but growing and maturing fast. It was also a time that my naivete was ripe. I really had no clue what it takes to develop mobile apps (or any application for that matter).

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The Developer Interviews

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Hey readers! Just want to make a quick announcement. Starting tomorrow September 26th, we’re going to bring you a feature called The Developer Interviews. We’re going to be interviewing developers from Android, iOS and hopefully Windows.

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Structure Sensor By Occipital

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So how cool would it be to able to capture the things around you in 3D, all from your mobile device? The makers of the Structure Sensor (Occipital) claim their device can not only scan things in 3D, but it will allow you to “play augmented reality games, develop mobile applications and capture models of rooms.” Here’s just a little more of what the folks at Occipital had to say.

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Why You Should Consider iPhone And iOS For Your Next Mobile Platform

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A few days ago I brought you just a few reasons why you should consider Android as your next mobile platform. Today I will give you some reasons why iOS could be your choice in mobile. As I did in my Android article, I am going to focus on the good points of iOS and the iPhone. There are plenty of resources on the internet that will give you their reasons not to adopt iOS (I have my own as well), but for this article, I am focusing on why you should consider iOS.

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