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    Would you like to hire a NASA scientist?

    By / April 11, 2012

    NASA launched its last Space Shuttle mission in 2011. Since that time NASA have laid off over 9,200 contractors that worked for the program as well as affiliated fields. They in turn laid off scores of employees who worked for them. NASA is faced with a dwindling budget and an uncertain future. Top scientists who… Read more

    Samsung HDMI Cable to Connect You to Your Media

    By / March 24, 2012

    There is always something extra you need to make your technology work the way that it is supposed to work. Your brand new TV and Blu-ray player are compatible, but if you really want the astounding picture quality that only Blu-ray and HD televisions can provide, you are going to need a Samsung hdmi cable… Read more

    The new iPad from Apple

    By / March 15, 2012

    Apple at a March 7, 2012 news conference in San Francisco announced that they will release a new tablet known as “The new iPad” on March 16, 2012. It is not iPad 3, simply known as “The new iPad”. What’s new for The new iPad? It is somewhat same in size and shapeto iPad 2… Read more

    Tracking a Fleet of Vehicles

    By / February 19, 2012

    GPSTrackit.com offers some of the finest fleet management tools on the market today. If you need to keep better track of your vehicles and drivers, consider gps tracking products from GPSTrackit.com.  GPSTrackit offers both general and specialized tracking solutions. These GPS products can help business owners reduce costs in the areas of fuel, equipment maintenance,… Read more

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    Top iPhone and iPad Apps of 2011

    By / February 1, 2012

    2011 was the year for a lot of iOS apps. From entertainment, to social networking, gaming and even photography, a lot of app companies made their mark in the Apple market. Here are 4 of the top apps that popular and famous during the past year: 1. Snapseed – A lot of photo editing and… Read more

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    Truck Tracking

    By / January 22, 2012

    A state of the art gps tracking system  optimized for commercial use can offer numerous benefits to a user. The most basic and essential function is of course fleet tracking. But beyond this basic service, advanced systems can offer protection of perishable assets by providing a web interface that permits the user to access the… Read more

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    Different Types of Cases for iPods Available Today

    By / December 22, 2011

    All ipods today are heavily advanced versions of what they were in the past. Though their capabilities have expanded profoundly they still need a case to keep them safe. The huge popularity of ipods has given birth to cases using every form and material available so there is one for everyone. The most commonly used… Read more

    Types of Marine Engines

    By / October 9, 2011

    There are many different types of marine engines.  If you are interested in working with marine engines, you must be able to label a marine outboard parts diagram of an engine.  You can attend a college or other professional or trade school to learn about these types of engines.  If you have a special interest… Read more

    Finding Deals on Marine Engines

    By / August 7, 2011

    With the cost of owning and maintaining any vehicle, especially a marine vehicle, as high as they are, it is definitely necessary to try and find bargains on different marine parts. For example, marine engines are seriously expensive products and if bought new can definitely cost an arm and a leg. There are a few… Read more

    An Important Tool Used In Vehicle Tracking

    By / June 19, 2011

    One of the reasons why GPS tracking has become so popular in recent times is because of its versatility in the number of applications that it is currently being used for. While the lojack also has been the subject of much conversation, the truth is that it pales in comparison to the uses of one… Read more

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