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The Dominant One Turns X- Is the iPhone played out, or just getting started?


Consumers awaited the latest details and design release for the Iphone X (ten) at the start of September, and the details invited mixed reviews of Apple’s newest iteration of its flagship product. Of course, as is the norm in the tech industry, Apple’s older iPhone models are planned for obsolescence once their operating systems update […]


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Gaming, Celebrities and E-Commerce


In the world of online gaming, the possibilities are endless when it comes to design, graphics quality, structure, and most importantly for the industry, cash. Online gaming and competitions have had a decade-long moment, and solidified itself as not only a viable way to make a living for the world’s top gamers, but also an […]


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Protecting your data and information with Rocky Mountain Computer Specialists


In the wake of recent data hacks and breaches, it seems like our online data is more vulnerable than ever. It’s a stressful topic for a community of consumers that trusts online commerce more and more, saving our card numbers in our iPhones and favorite websites like Amazon. One of the most common tips for […]


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The Best Hardware Out There – For Now


Unfortunately, today’s technology is built for what’s called planned obsolescence. That essentially means the hardware and software that debuts this week may easily be replaced within a matter of months, putting consumers in a position of feeling behind the curve even though their current hardware works perfectly fine. There’s no stopping this rate of innovation […]


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The Future of Augmented Reality


It’s a booming business for the most powerful players in modern technology—augmented reality, or ‘AR’ is already becoming a common part of our everyday lives, whether we’re aware of it or not. Remember last summer’s ‘Pokemon Go’ craze? Love to sit back and entertain yourself with a few fun Snapchat filters on the bus ride […]


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