Author: Robyn

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I am an experienced marketing professional and published novelist. I'm also an avid movie fan and Apple enthusiast. To read my novel, follow this link. Shattered [Kindle Edition]

Target tops the iOS apps for retail. These days, the retail world is much more than window dressings and early bird specials.  It’s cyber.  It’s global. It’s mobile. Many retail chains have jumped on the mobile app bandwagon and created elaborate, elegant apps for users to find the products they seek with ease.  In the next four reviews, I will be discussing four of my favorite retail apps: Target, Starbucks, Walgreens and Best Buy. Target With $67.4 billion in net sales in 2010, the Target Corporation has a well-established history of being one of the largest retailers in the U.S.  In…

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Realtor.com iPhone App

Realtor.com app makes searching for a house headache-free. One of my many hobbies is searching for real estate.  Naturally, I was excited to find that realtor.com had created its own iPhone App. Realtor.com Real Estate Search (RRES) is currently on version 2.0.0.1434. Similar to the website, RRES starts up with a search screen. Users can search by starting a new search, finding nearby homes for sale, open houses or homes for rent. The app uses the iPhone’s GPS to locate the user and then find homes nearby. This app is easy to use and has the rather nifty function of…

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Dropbox

Have you tried it yet? For the past several months I have been using a free service called Dropbox. It gives you 2gb of free online storage. If you refer your friends you can get additional 250 megabytes of storage added to your free 2 gigabytes. How does it work? You sign up for a free account and download the application for Windows, Mac, Linux or mobile. After you install and login dropbox lets you select what folders you would like to sync. I personally have it installed on my Mac Mini Server, Macbook Pro and also my iPhone. I…

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About a week ago I had to work on a computer with an hp network printer. I have not dealt with many of these and had to contact hp tech support to troubleshoot. Once I was on their website and entered some information about my problem and a chat support window

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So here we are Nick and Kevin of nccsites camping out or more like camping in walmart. We claimed our spot this morning around 9am. In other cities there are pretty big lines starting to build up. Luckily we are the only 2 here as of about noon. Looks like they have about 14 or so in stock. By the time 5 o’clock hit, there were about 4 other people waiting in line behind us. We picked up our iPads and were on our way. Shortly after they sold out everywhere. I even went across the street to best buy…

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I recently sold my iPhone 3gs as I plan on buying the new iPhone the day it comes out. The latest news floating around is that as of June 7th (Same day as Apples WWDC and likely the day the new iphone will be announced) AT&T will no longer offer unlimited data plans for $30 a month. The new plans are as follows:$15 DataPlus 200MB per month$25 DataPro 2gb per month$20 Tethering with $25 DataPro planI was not very happy to hear about this but after spending 1/2 and hour on the phone with AT&T there is some hope. Apparently…

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If you haven’t already heard, an Apple employee lost a prototype for the 4th generation iphone while drinking at a California bar. Allegedly Gizmodo purchased it from whoever stole the prototype for $5,000. When Apple discovered that Gizmodo editor Jason Chen

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1. Save money by finding the cheapest gas nearby with GasBuddy .99 cents in the Appstore. 2. Save from $5-$15 a month by taking texting off your plan and using Textfree! You can send up to 15 per day with the free version and the pay for which is unlimited costs $5.99 to

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