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Smartphone Roundup 2016

2016 looks set to be a great year for tech, continuing the incredible advancements that have been transforming our lives over the last decade, bringing consumers new and improved versions of the smart technology that we use every day.
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LEGO MP3 Player

This is a trend that needs no introduction. The art of turning everything Lego is something that needs appreciation rather than a cliché appreciation....
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Build Your Own iPod Stereo System

It just takes smart shopping to assemble a do-it-yourself speaker system....
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Apple continues to run the iPhone show

Jobs confirms that Apple, not AT&T, will be the source of new iPhone apps--another sign Apple is changing the cell phone industry....
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Sony's 2008 MP3 players priced for U.S.

Sony's latest NWZ-A820 MP3 player includes Bluetooth audio and a 2.4-inch screen. An identical-looking NWZ-A720 is also being sold, minus Bluetooth....
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Sony puts price tag and April launch date on new DualShock 3 wireless controller

If you're waiting for Sony to finally release its new rumbling DualShock 3 wireless controller here in North America, you won't have much longer to go....
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Another proprietary wireless audio system: Sony S-AIR

While everyone likes the idea of streaming music wirelessly around their home, in reality it can be less-than-enjoyable because of difficult configurations and network dropouts....
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New Sony Blu-ray players: Better than PS3?

Is the BDP-S550 the first standalone Blu-ray player better than the PS3?...
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HP Unveils Green Printer Line

We all know HP 's been involved in numerous green initiatives before....
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Smartphone Roundup 2016

2016 looks set to be a great year for tech, continuing the incredible advancements that have been transforming our lives over the last decade, bringing consumers new and improved versions of the smart technology that we use every day.
image

LEGO MP3 Player

This is a trend that needs no introduction. The art of turning everything Lego is something that needs appreciation rather than a cliché appreciation.
image

Apple continues to run the iPhone show

Jobs confirms that Apple, not AT&T, will be the source of new iPhone apps--another sign Apple is changing the cell phone industry.
image

Sony's 2008 MP3 players priced for U.S.

Sony's latest NWZ-A820 MP3 player includes Bluetooth audio and a 2.4-inch screen. An identical-looking NWZ-A720 is also being sold, minus Bluetooth.
image

Sony puts price tag and April launch date on new DualShock 3 wireless controller

If you're waiting for Sony to finally release its new rumbling DualShock 3 wireless controller here in North America, you won't have much longer to go.
image

Another proprietary wireless audio system: Sony S-AIR

While everyone likes the idea of streaming music wirelessly around their home, in reality it can be less-than-enjoyable because of difficult configurations and network dropouts.
image

New Sony Blu-ray players: Better than PS3?

Is the BDP-S550 the first standalone Blu-ray player better than the PS3?

HP Unveils Green Printer Line

We all know HP 's been involved in numerous green initiatives before.
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Build Your Own iPod Stereo System

It just takes smart shopping to assemble a do-it-yourself speaker system.

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Geoffrey Gloak

may be one of the few people you meet who is always glad to talk taxes. He has spent 17 years immersed in government communications – almost entirely in the tax field. He currently serves as the Director of Public Relations at the New York State Tax Department. In each of Geoff’s positions, he has created opportunities to transform the communications environment for the benefit of the organization. Under his leadership, Tax Department public relations have shifted from a reactive focus to proactive outreach. Most recently, Geoff led the STAR Registration media campaign to assist 2 million homeowners with property tax relief while eliminating fraud. As a result of extensive press outreach, more than 300 articles were printed in daily papers alone, and broadcast media repeatedly covered the story in each corner of the state. Less than 5 months after launch, 2.3 million homeowners had registered for their property tax exemptions. Geoff (@gloak23) lives in Kinderhook with his journalist wife, Kristi Berner (@kristiberner), and 4-year-old daughter, Gemma, who is now proud to be able to write her name.