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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I love to browse on my iPad right before bedtime. One of my nightly routines is to checkout the Top Charts in the iTunes Store. Some of the apps, I expect to see fairly often; Angry Birds anyone? Others are new ones I hadn’t heard of before. Today I came across iDashboard, resting snuggly in second place.

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Nokia has stepped into the boxing ring between Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android. In an interview with Pocket lint, Niels Munksgaard, a Nokia director, explained how the younger crowd are tired of their iPhones and Android devices.

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In an unexpected move, Microsoft has released a mobile version of their successful Kinectimals game on Apple’s very own iPhone and iPad. Kinectimals for Xbox was one of the few games demoed before the official Kinect launch. Aimed primarily for the younger crowd, the game allows you to interact with virtual pets on a mysterious island.

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SwitcherLoader, a new tweak for iPhone, is now available and can be downloaded for free on a jailbroken device. Developed by Fr0zen Sun, the small tweak allows you to customize the views and plugins into the app switcher interface.

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If you place the original iPhone and the recently released iPhone 4S side by side, you may notice some significant differences. The new device porting a virtual assistant has come along way since it’s silverback predecessor.

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Lync 2010 is now available for download for Windows Phone users. Aimed primarily towards the business crowd, the new app includes Lync web app and Lync Online. In short, Microsoft took a bunch of applications dealing with communications and bundled them nicely together under the new Lync brand.

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A few years ago I was a happy Sprint customer using an HTC Mogul phone. After admiring the simplicity of the iPhone, I decided to take the plunge; I dropped Sprint and signed up for a two year contract with AT&T to got hold of the iPhone 3G.

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The war between Google’s Android and Apple’s iPhone is far from over. There have many battles, many accusations and many lawsuits fought and won all over the world between the pair. The lawsuits mostly involve patent infringements and accusations that each company is copying the other’s designs.

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You can buy apps for your iPhone and iPad from the App Store. You can buy apps for your Android device from the Android Market or Amazon Appstore. Soon, you can buy apps for your Windows 8 PC from the Windows Store.

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We’ve heard Apple’s next venture into a new product would be into the TV market. Steve Jobs said he finally cracked whatever was holding the company back from diving in. That’s really as much as we know so far. It doesn’t mean we can’t speculate, though.

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We have already reported on a new jailbreaking tool available for the BlackBerry PlayBook: Dingleberry Beta. Today, we’ll guide you through the process of jailbreaking your PlayBook with four easy steps. The jailbreak only works for those using Windows; A version for Mac is promised soon.

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Great news! Fans of the Grand Theft Auto series will now be able to play them on their mobile devices soon. On December 15th, Grand Theft Auto III: 10 Year Anniversary Edition will be available for download on the Apple’s App Store and on the Android Market.

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Amazon has stayed relevant and popular throughout the years by offering a wide range of deals and products. I was quick to jump on the Prime bandwagon to take advantage of the free two-day shipping they offer and receive packages almost every week. Sometimes the giant even offers sales statistics; they are very interesting.

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Those using a jailbroken iPod touch (4th generation) have an updated tweak available to them that improves the resolution of the device’s camera.

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In an interview with Sunday MIDDAY, a local TV program in India, Wozniak shared some pretty interesting thoughts on the success of Apple and the modern smartphones of today.

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The second beta version of Ac1dSn0w is now available for download. The first version had to be removed from distribution due to a legal issues in its coding.

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When I was a teenager I used to work at the electronics department at the local Sears store in my neighborhood mall. Now, before you start making fun of me, I’d like to say that I learned a lot about electronics and technology while working there.

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If you’d like to be reminded of something, you can tie a string around one of your fingers. I don’t really know if that tip actually works; knowing my brain I’ll forget why I placed the string on to begin with. Android users now have a better option.

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FaceTime was introduced by Apple in 2010 and has gained popularity since. With more products such as Macs, iPad 2 and iPod touch being supported, the video-call software has become more flexible.

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SiriProxy continues to amaze me. It started with Siri controlling the thermostat then moving to channel surfing on your TV. Now, a new project uses the tool with a home automation system activated by voice.

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