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Mac OS X Mountain Lion Coming Soon

Over the last five years, Apple has sold more than 318 million iOS devices, which includes all iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads. Because of the popularity of these hand-held devices, Apple has decided to come out with a new operating system for Mac users called Mountain Lion.

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What Technology Can Do for Children with Autism

It is widely known children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) enjoy watching television, playing video games, or interacting with anything that has a screen. With the technological advancements being made, doctors and researchers have learned how to incorporate computers and other technological products such as this to children with ASD. They have found not only will this new technology help them enhance their ability to read, but it also can help them in their social learning and communication.

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Vibrating tattoos show potential of technical careers

Nokia, a Finnish-based company, has come up with a patent to prevent people from ever missing another ping from their phone. Sometimes your phone can be in the other room, on silent, or you might just be too distracted to notice it through your pocket. The way Nokia suggests you may be able to do this is through a tattoo. The magnetic ink will vibrate along with your phone to ensure you note your phone is calling to you.

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Wearable Computing: Look, Ma. No hands!

Do you remember those little Bluetooth headsets some people use to talk on the phone while continuing their regular day? Imagine that, times a million. Google recently unveiled its newest project: augmented-reality glasses.

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Tablets to Take Over?

Unless you’ve been in a coma lately, you realize how quickly the market for tablets such as the iPad has grown. Many think iPads and other tablets eventually will outsell traditional computers as people continue to want smaller and more user-friendly devices.

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