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Decorating your house can be an intimidating task. There are so many components to it: from choosing the colors, arranging your room (to get the Feng Shui just right), figuring out what you need and how to actually do the project you have in mind, to finding the perfect furniture and décor. Planning your home improvement project can be exhausting and daunting. Don’t panic! This list is full of suggested apps to support you through every design idea.

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For three weeks now, we‘ve been giving away eye-catching and useful tech gadgets in our Holiday Giftaway sweepstakes. Each week, we feature an awesome bundle of devices and accessories, and a handful of lucky winners can look forward to a brighter holiday. This week, our Giftaway is sponsored by Samsung. And you definitely don’t want to miss out.

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Buying a tablet device is not as simple as you'd think. There are a variety of other factors to think about, such as what you intend to use your tablet for. Do you need word-processing capabilities? Will you primarily be surfing the web? You should also think about battery life in context to how often you plan on using your new tablet.

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If your kid wrote "tablet" on their Christmas wish list, you may be surprised at the number of available tablet options on the market. You could easily become intimidated choosing between tablets differing by size, operating system, app availability, battery life, storage capacity, and more. To make your tablet selection process a little easier, we have rounded up 50 of the top kid-friendly tablets. Our tablets come from a variety of manufacturers and cover a wide price range. We also chose tablets that have some of the best features for kids, including ease-of-use, parental controls, durability, and built-in safety controls, and we considered reviews and ratings from leading parenting sites, technology sites, and consumer sites. Best of all, we’ve grouped our suggestions by age appropriateness so that you have a better idea of which tablets are geared toward which kids (in no particular order).

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Technical experts have incorporated speech recognition software seamlessly into smartphones. So much so, that many people don’t realize they’re using it. But in all honesty, you probably use speech recognition software on a daily basis. It gets utilized when you safely use text-to-talk features on your drive home, ask Siri a question, or even using Amazon Echo to order a pizza. But what is it, how does it work, and how will it affect us?

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The holidays are quickly approaching, and we know you're putting together shopping lists. What better Christmas present than a fun tech gadget to play with, that is actually useful and convenient? We've tested a range of tech gadgets to determine if they're worth your time. Here's a list of our top ten personal favorites (in no particular order):

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The first tablet computer was invented in 1888, when the telautograph included a sheet of paper and pen attached to electromechanical actuators. This early tablet sounds complex and not at all portable. Luckily, tablets have come a long way in 138 years. Want to know more about which tablets paved the way for today’s technology? Here’s a chronological list of tablet innovations.

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Technology is more pervasive than ever before. So it’s no surprise that teachers are starting to incorporate apps and other devices into their curriculum. We asked a group of teachers, all located in Indiana, what kinds of apps and devices they like to use in the classroom. Here are their answers:

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A definition of data roaming

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If you’re like me, you don’t have the time or patience to consume every new announcement coming out of Silicon Valley. Although, you might have recently heard some news that Google will launch a sweet new smartphone operating system Android Nougat. Google claims the software refresh comes with over 200 updates. Of those updates, I’ve personally identified three that could save you up to 12 minutes a day.

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Lenovo made some big announcements at the Lenovo Tech World 2016 conference on June 9th. The two hour-long live-stream event highlighted several cutting-edge innovations, like foldable phones, new augmented reality (AR) technology built into a smartphone, and a line of mods that completely transform your phone.

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Otterbox has launched a new line of cases, calling it their toughest Defender Series to hit stores. As all Otterbox cases are already drop-proof, how is it possible to create cases that are stronger than the ones released in previous years?

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Did you know that every charger works differently in conjunction with every phone? Different devices require more or less amperage than others, and chargers are made with differences in power to match needed device amperage. For example, an iPhone only needs 1.0 amps of input to charge efficiently, while an iPad Air needs 2.4 amps. Amperage is the strength of an electric current, or simply the charging power.

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Have you watched a commercial for the newest cellphone technology and thought, “there is no way I would ever understand how to work a contraption like that”? Or have you wondered, “which cellphone should I get?” or “which phone is best for me?”

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We learned a lot in the Apple Town Hall meeting on Monday, March 21st. Apple announced both short-term and long-term goals, including the steps they are taking to rebuild the environment and boosting the health industry.

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