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Point-of-view cameras have now become the “IT” gadget for millennials who document nearly everything they do like second nature. Do a quick scan of the hashtag #GoPro or #SonyActionCam on Instagram or Twitter and you will find hundreds of wide angle images and videos taken at the beach or the mountain—camera likely mounted on a stick, or what might be a helmet. What makes POV cameras different from your regular mobile phone cameras is that it is more associated with active and extreme lifestyles. They appeal to people who are ‘doers’, who like to capture point-of-view action to relive the excitement later on.

One of the celebrated events in technology, the Consumer Electronic Show 2015 took center stage for big brands to demonstrate their beauty and capabilities to transform people’s digital lifestyles – from bringing a hyper-connected experience at home, to even innovating our cars. Here are the highlights of the recent CES 2015:

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This year, LG wowed people by launching the all new G Flex 2. This Android phone is not that curved compared to its predecessor, has a 5.5-inch display, and powered by the new Snapdragon 810

Most of us sheepishly admit to gaining some extra pounds due to the just concluded holiday festivities, said to be the annual official cheat season. Start 2015 with a healthier and fitter you with these recommended apps and technology to shake off the excess calories and get back into better shape in no time!


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Rid Yourself of Bad Tech Habits in 2015
For many of us, a brand new year means a brand new self. We make year-start resolutions to help us change our ways for the better. But as we write our resolutions, we often overlook bad habits associated with our daily use of technology.

While technology is meant to enhance the way we live, it has brought a number of anti-social and cringe-worthy behavior frowned upon by family, friends, and colleagues. Here are some resolutions worth considering so you can leave behind those bad tech habits:

Resolve to Stop Oversharing on Social Media

No one will argue that the year 2014 for consumer technology has been amazing. Entertaining, engaging, and game-changing trends have captured the hearts of consumers. Just some of these trends were selfies, monopods, and highly-anticipated gadgets like iPhone6 and iPhone6 Plus. As we welcome 2015, let us try to foresee what will excite consumers all the more:


The continued rise of streaming apps. We saw this happen in 2014 with the rise of music streaming apps like Spinnr, Spotify, Pandora, Soundcloud and Grooveshark among others. For the upcoming year, local consumers can expect more streaming apps

From viral content to Twitter trends, a round-up of what Netizens buzzed about last year.
It’s that time of the year again when we look back on all the events, topics, hashtags, and memes that kept everybody frequently checking their laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.
 From the Oscars to the World Cup, from Kim Kardashian to Alex from Target, the Internet was kept abuzz. In no particular order, we share our list of topics netizens talked about in 2014:

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