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Want to do your taxes while wading through traffic? Use these tax apps for Android and iOS Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2016
The deadline for filing your taxes steadily approaching. For those of you with active lifestyles, or an aversion to actual computers, we bring you 10 of our favorite tax apps. We've found Android and iPhone apps for estimating taxes, checking on refunds, filing your taxes, and answering your many questions. The post Want to do your taxes while wading through traffic? Use these tax apps for Android and iOS appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Apple iPhone 6C/iPhone 5SE Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2016
Will Apple replace the iPhone 5S with a newer model that keeps the 4-inch screen? Here are the odds of that happening in 2016.

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Drone Buying Guide: Everything You Need to Know Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2016
So you've decided it's time to fly, here's a guide to help you buy the best drone for your flying style.

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Micron Reports on GDDR5X Dev Progress - Volume Production This Summer Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2016
Engineers from Micron Development Center in Munich (also known as Graphics DRAM Design Center) are well known around the industry for their contribution to development of multiple graphics memory standards, including GDDR4 and GDDR5. The engineers from MDC also played a key role in development of GDDR5X memory, which is expected to be used on some of the upcoming video cards. Micron disclosed the first details about GDDR5X in September last year, publicizing the existance of the standard ahead of later JEDEC ratification and offering a brief summary of what to expect. Since then the company has been quiet on their progress with GDDR5X, but in a new blog post they have published this week, the company is...

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Will Smith says there will 'definitely' be a Bad Boys 3 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2016
Shit just got real in 2016. In a wide-ranging interview on BBC Radio 1 about Concussion, Independence Day: Resurgence, and Idris Elba being the first black James Bond, Will Smith told host A.Dot that, after meeting with Martin Lawrence for the first time in years, he can say that Bad Boys 3 is definitely on the way. I saw Martin a few weeks ago, Smith said. I haven't seen him for about two years. We just looked at each other. We hugged. In that moment, we knew we were making another Bad Boys. We're definitely doing another one. Continue reading…

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Google display ads going all-HTML, will ban Flash in 2017 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2016
Acceptance of new Flash ads ends in June; old Flash ads can remain until January.

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Samsung follows Apple’s lead, updates its Android browser with ad blocking Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2016
Ad blocking is no longer a luxury for just iPhone users. Samsung rolled out an update to its Android browser, giving it the ability to block ads using third-party apps such as Adblock Fast. The post Samsung follows Apple’s lead, updates its Android browser with ad blocking appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The whiteboards of tomorrow: 3 interactive displays Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2016
A company meeting is more than just one person talking to a group. It can also include PowerPoint presentations, videos and, very often, a whiteboard on which attendees can map out lists and create charts and notes. Within the last few years, the plain whiteboard has given way to more complex and capable tools. These large, technologically sophisticated interactive displays can be written on using a digital marker, a stylus or a finger. Users can also (depending on the display) pull up a presentation, website, video or company document; save or email whatever has been written on the display; and allow remote attendees to view the presentations (or even participate) using their own computers or mobile...

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Sure Genomics wants to sell private genetic profiles for $2,500, but it’s really testing the FDA Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2016
Sure Genomics, a startup based in Utah, launched a genetic testing service today that costs a whopping $2,500 upfront, with an additional $150 subscription fee that guarantees DNA analysis updates every six months. The price is unusually high for a direct-to-consumer genetics company, since 23andMe and Ancestry offer genetics reports for $199 and $99, respectively. But Sure Genomics says it's worth it; customers who pay the fee will get their entire genome sequenced, and unlike others, the startup says it won't sell anonymized genetic information to third parties to turn a profit. But from a regulatory standpoint, Sure Genomics is treading on thin ice. The FDA has warned similar companies about...

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Today you can get 2GB of Google Drive storage for free Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 February 2016
Yet another annual promotion from Google, marking Safer Internet Day 2016.

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