Cassette Tape Sales Rose in 2017

Being a child of the eighties, it is guaranteed that Walkman cassette players were owned. It was the go-to portable device and held its dominance for more than a decade. When the format changed to CDs, by the mid-nineties portable CD players was the norm. Of course, those gave ways to iPods and mobile devices…

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Apple’s iPhone Slowdown and Remedy (Updated)

Updated 12/30/2017: It was announced today (December 30) that Apple was going to offer the discounted price for battery repairs a month early. Engadget is reporting that you can start submitting your older iPhone devices for new batteries for $29, which is down from the regular $79, as their apology to you for slowing down…

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Net Neutrality Is Gone; Now What?

The Federal Communication Commission kept their promise: they just killed net neutrality. While mainstream media is still harping on the whole Russia-Trump thing, they are ignoring one of the biggest repeals of President Obama’s internet policies. What does this repeal mean? It means that internet providers will be able to block and throttle traffic  at…

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