About Edward Marquez





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I live in Houston, Tx. I own many Apple products including the iPhone, iPad and Macbook Pro. I do love me some Microsoft too, though! I play Xbox and enjoy many games including the Modern Warfare, Halo, Assassin's Creed and Resident Evil series. You can follow me on Twitter @marqattacks


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We’ve seen facial recognition technology before as an optional tweak for the jailbroken iPhone. It never really took off; the interface was clunky and it was hit or miss. According to a patent filed by Apple, it may now be an official feature for the next lineup of iPhones and iPads.

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This holiday season brought in a lot of sales, especially with cell phones. People asked Santa for a lot of things this year, but Android and Apple products sat snugly on top. So how did they do?

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A new app has been submitted to the Mac App Store that allows you to see changes that have been made in photos. Photo Police scans the photo and shows an updated image highlighting the suspected edits.

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Since I first heard about the new QR code technology a few years ago, I’ve noticed them everywhere. I’ve seen them on decals, magazines, product packaging and restaurant coasters. The technology is very popular worldwide, allowing anyone to advertise anywhere with a simple box type code; they link to whatever site they wish.

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In the United States, you see people using their iPhone’s virtually everywhere, but there are many more Android devices being used. They are harder to detect because they come in so many different shapes and sizes.

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My MacBook Pro has about ten hours of battery life before it dies off. As soon as the battery indicator turns red, I rush looking for an outlet and plug it in. Sometimes I’m away from home, on on the road or on an airplane, making it impossible to charge it. If Apple has their way, that may no longer be a problem.

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I take my white iPhone 4 everywhere I go. Usually when it’s within sight of someone I am always asked if it’s the new model: “Is that the 4G or the new 4GS?”, “No,” I reply, “It’s the 4; and the new one is called a 4S.” Smile.

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According to a tweet by Google’s Android chief, Andy Rubin, Android is activating over 700,000 Android devices every day. That comes out to about 5 million every week!

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Fans of the Jurassic Park franchise will be delighted to know the sequel for the original iPad game is now available to download. Unfortunately, the game will only work on one Apple device, the iPad 2.

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Microsoft has released a fun (and free!) application that promises a few laughs. Face Swap is available for Windows Phone users and with a few simple steps, allows you to swap faces between two people. It may work with more than two, but I have not tested it. The application can be downloaded from the Windows Phone Marketplace.

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When I first started using online accounts I created passwords to go along with them. At the time, they consisted of only five characters. I used the same word as a password everywhere online. After some time, I was forced to add some numbers to it. Later, I needed at least one upper case character. With one of the sites I use, I am forced to create a new original password every three months, making me scratch my head to think of something new.

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When Apple announced the iPad, I didn’t rush to get the device. Why would I want a larger, over-glorified iPhone? Yet here I am with an iPad 2 lying nearby. The truth is, I didn’t need the device, but playing with the gadget here and there made me want it. When the second model hit the shelves, I picked one up.

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There are over one million iPhones using the T-Mobile network. To use the Apple branded device, one would have to complete the jailbreak and unlocking process. Before T-Mobile offered micro-SIM cards, some elbow grease was also required. The T-Mobile SIM card had to be trimmed to fit into the iPhone’s micro-SIM slot.

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Apple released their much awaited music-in-the-cloud service, iTunes Match, approximately one month ago in the United States. The $24.99 price tag came along with a product that differed slightly from the cloud services of Amazon and Google. Apple’s pitch was that uploading music to the cloud would be a breeze. Once purchased, the service would scan your iTunes library and match songs that Apple already had available on their servers. No uploading required.

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A new report published by Nielsen offers a lot of insight into smartphone usage in the US. Some of the findings are particularly interesting because of how users trends are separated by age group. For example, the majority of 18 to 24 and 25 to 34 year olds now own smartphones: 53% and 64% respectively. We’ll cover the rest of the findings one by one.

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The Adventures of Tintin will be coming to theaters later this month but a new app has been released if you’d like a taste of the adventure now.

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Yesterday we covered how the lawsuits between Apple and Samsung may have fueled sales for the new Galaxy Tab in Australia. Now, it looks like Samsung is putting money where their mouth is and making it a marketing campaign.

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In a rather ironic twist, it seems that all the lawsuits piling up between Apple and Samsung are actually helping to sell more Galaxy Tab Tablets. There’s a saying I’ve heard often about people wanting what they can’t have, or something to that effect. They apply it to all sorts of things like gadgets and cars to even relationships. Australia seems to be no exception. The gadget part anyway.

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Nokia plans on creating a limited number of handsets inspired by the newer Batman franchise. The Lumia 800 will feature a laser-etched Batman logo on the back of the device.

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If you combine the entire Apple and Android OS phones out there, how much market share would they take? According to the research firm, The NDP Group, that number is 82%. That’s quite a bit of the pie.

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