By Kevin Jackman In the past few weeks, you may have heard, been a part of, or started a discussion about the new Apple iOS 11 update. As an iPhone 6 user, I sit on the sidelines and spectate while others dive headfirst into the update. Even so, I am intrigued by all these new features…

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By Richard Stokes Admit it – we all do it. You are driving and your phone dings with a new text message. You think to yourself, “I’m sitting in traffic anyway, so I’ll just take a quick peek.” Next thing you know, the car in front of you has moved, and the person behind you…

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By Tony Coughlin The very active hurricane season this year has left millions of people without power. The loss of power affects us in many ways, including communication and productivity. Here are some technology tools that will help you keep communication lines open and be more productive during power outages. Portable USB Battery: A good…

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by Tony Rushin Any Movie, Any Theater, Any Day. Only $9.95 per month. This is the headline on the MoviePass website. Too good to be true – right? Well, it’s legit. My son-in-law, Corey Shores, is a musician and Student Worship Leader at Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church. Corey is an awesome son-in-law, loves movies and loves to…

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