Must Have Political And News Android Applications

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If you’re looking for that app that keeps you connected to the daily news and events that occur in real time then the following applications you may find very beneficial. This is a list of apps that I personally use on a daily basis however, there are one or two that I uninstalled for reasons that I will not go into at this time. The Android phones, which are growing in market share and supported apps, can be host to several politically-driven mobile apps which can help you stay on top of the news and know exactly what is happening …

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Free Video Rippers, Converters, and Encoders

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Transcoding is the direct digital-to-digital conversion of one encoding to another. This is usually done to incompatible or obsolete data in order to convert it into a more suitable format. To maintain your favorite clips how you want them no matter it that means the DVR, iPod, PSP or even a laptop or desktop you will need the best utility to convert this media into the format that works given your environment. While the are many commercial video software solutions and they come at a cost that may not fit your budget, have you considered free and open source solutions? …

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Product Review: Sony Noise-Canceling Headphones

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Recently I found myself tired of my ear-buds that I have been using for both my Zune and Android devices when it comes to listening to my media and I was in the market for headphones that performed well while at the same time was not going to cost me a fortune. The ear-buds worked fine but the quality simply was not there and I had grown tired of hearing every noise that was occurring around me and a good set of headphones would achieve both of these goals. Features Top-of-the-head design for a secure fit and foam ear cushions …

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Should There Be Privacy In The Workplace

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Today I was catching up on some reading and ran across an article that was about the SWAT team member who was using a pager to send personal communications over the city provided equipment. I must say that upon first hearing of this lawsuit I was on the side of the city and not because I believe “big brother” is always watching and has the final say, but rather common sense told me what the officer was doing was just wrong. If you stop and think about it for a moment I am sure you will come to the same …

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