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Apple Stock Rises Up To $600 As New Ipad Launch Draws Closer

Posted March 16, 2012 by Ralph King

Right about now there are thousands if not millions of people all over the world who are lining up for the “new” Ipad. As some die-hard Apple fans started lining up yesterday morning, Apple shares peaked at an astounding $600 per share.

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GOPRO: Unlocking Unlimited Potential

Posted May 24, 2013 by Recultured Team

Video technology in the past decade has grown exponentially and the GOPRO HERO is just one of the latest filming gadgets to hit the market. Whether you’re an experienced or novice filmmaker the GOPRO provides a window of opportunity for individuals to obtain amazing footage while performing some of the most high action sports out there. This article will be reviewing the GOPRO device and providing some useful tips and tricks to individuals who want to expand their filming knowledge.

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The Smartphone Addiction

Posted September 5, 2011 by Recultured Team

You see them everywhere: smartphones. It’s like everyone has either an iPhone, Blackberry, or some sort of Android phone and they are staring at them while doing pretty much everything. People walk and tweet. People Facebook during lectures. People check their inboxes at parties. Sports, dinner, hair cuts, washrooms (yes, I’ve heard the “pings” in […]

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Google Glass is Bending the Law!

Posted February 3, 2014 by Recultured Team

Google’s new eye-piece “Glass” is an amazing leap in technology! But Canadian lawmakers need to seriously modify “the rules” if we’re going to be able to use this technology safely and effectively.

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Is The iPod Dead?

Posted July 7, 2012 by Recultured Team

Nearly eleven years ago, the late Steve Jobs introduced what would become the most successful portable music player ever released. No one imagined that this little white device would be so iconic that it would be the poster child mp3 player: when it was first released, critics dismissed the iPod as a passing fad, claiming […]

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