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Future Perfect Podcast: AT&T Mobility Pres./CEO Glenn Lurie On Negotiating The First iPhone

Imagine that you're a major phone company/wireless carrier, and you've got a chance to exclusively sell the Next New Thing from an iconic technology company. The catch? You don't get to...

October 29, 2015

Keeping Your Passwords a Secret

We’re back with another app recommendation. I first heard about this one from a girlfriend who loves it. She started talking about it in our occasional conversation about how our husbands would be...

April 16, 2013

I Want My Hour Back!

On Saturday, my friend asked me if I was ready to Spring Forward. I'm not sure what my face did at that moment, but she recognized the look and quickly changed the subject. Some people are excited to...

March 11, 2013

Enabling Text to Speech on iPhone & iPad

Siri, the voice-activated app for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, is popular for its ability to translate your speech to text, but apple added a new feature in iOS 5 that is not so well known. Speak...

March 6, 2013

Life Through an Ultra-Wide Lens

As video specialist, and queen of equipment inventory here in the Education and New Media department, I get first dibs on any new cameras and accessories that come in…I love, love, love this part of...

February 28, 2013

Spaced Out with Solar Walk 3D

So while Jeremiah has been pumping out posts, I've been procrastinating kind of spaced out... with Solar Walk 3D! It's been a while since I attended high school, but I do remember learning about our...

February 26, 2013

Safeguarding Your iPhone

The iPhone has quite a few built-in safety features. If you’ve given a dependent an iPhone and are now worried about keeping your checking account solvent or if you are concerned about privacy and...

February 25, 2013

Educational Apps Kids Recommend

Discovery presented a webinar (archived here on our site) presented by students. With some assistance from their teachers, students presented their favorite app to use in the classroom, complete...

February 21, 2013

How Old Are Your Ears?

Hi, and welcome to The Daily Jog, GPB’s newest blog from our Education...

February 14, 2013

How to be as App Savvy as a Sixth Grader

Are you as “app-savvy” as a sixth grader, specifically Thomas Suarez the middle schooler who created the anti-Justin Bieber game Bustin Jieber? Apparently he developed the game himself because he...

May 1, 2012