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Can Smartphones Change the Way We Learn?

Although the first smartphone was released less than 10 years ago in 2001, they are sweeping the world as the must-have accessory for both commercial and consumer users. However, it is not only adults that are contributing to the smartphone boom - children are becoming more and more au fait with the new technology and the benefits it can provide.

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How Do People Use Their Smartphones

Smartphones are becoming an increasingly common sight in the hands of the population, as more people begin to realize their value. The sheer scale of tasks that you can complete on a smartphone is staggering. There are apps that can take on nearly any task you want, and keep you updated while you're out and about.

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6 Apps to Help You Save Money On-the-Go

In our current economic times, everyone is looking to save a few bucks on items and services that they use everyday. Usually, at times like these, people look to good old fashioned coupon clipping and bargain hunting, but today’s technology makes these old practices even easier with great new mobile apps. In fact, if you’re looking to start saving some money on everyday items at the grocery store and gas pump, here area a few mobile apps available on the Android platform that will help you find the best deals.


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Checking In: Which App Should I Use

Location is the hot new thing in mobile applications and would never have been possible just 3-4 years ago, before GPS in cell phones was a common feature. Today, location-based check-in services like Foursquare, Gowalla and others, are great for checking into locations around town and around the globe to compete with your friends for virtual pins, badges and the honor of being the Mayor of the hottest restaurant in town. But if you want to jump into the location-based fray, which app should you choose? Here’s a quick rundown of the leaders in the field and a few pros and cons.


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