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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Apple announces new iPads, computers and more
At an event this week, Apple introduced the new iPad Air model, a new iPad Mini model, along with updates to their iMac line, Mac Mini line, and operating sytems for both computers and mobile devices. Apple's Yosemite OS is available now, while an update to iOS 8 will be available monday.

17 Tricks to Master Microsoft PowerPoint
There comes a time in almost every young (or old) office worker's life where the cubicle must give way to the boardroom, or worse, to the dais. That means speaking in public, and more often than not, that speaking is usually accompanied by slides made in PowerPoint. Are you ready to master the presentation software that drives business? These tips will have everyone else in the office jealous of your expertise. More -- Eric Griffith, PCMag.com

Pop Up Videos Go Social
Remember VH1's pop up videos? Well now you can create pop comments on any YouTube video using Vusay. More -- Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times

HMMM... "On average people fear spiders more than they do death."

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

Apple: Global iPhone rollout is speediest one ever
Apple will introduce its iPhone 6 handsets in 36 additional countries and territories by the end of October, placing the new device in 69 markets, with plans to land in more than 115 by year-end, the company said, calling the global rollout its fastest yet. Also, Belgian chemical-maker Solvay said it had won a contract to provide a high-performance plastic known as PEEK for the interior of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. More -- Reuters

Google reportedly plans 5.9-inch Nexus "phablet"
Google is expected to enter the "phablet" wars this month, with reported plans to release a 5.9-inch device that Motorola will make under the company's Nexus brand. Larger than either Apple's iPhone 6 Plus or Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note series, the Nexus hybrid reportedly will be released with the next update of Google's Android operating system. More -- The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)/Digits blog

Nielsen exec blames mobile devices for sagging TV ratings
Viewership for the new fall TV season on broadcast networks has declined, and Nielsen Global President Steve Hasker on Friday pointed to greater use of mobile devices as a primary reason for the drop. Nielsen has started to attempt to measure viewing on mobile devices but has not included those numbers in its prime-time ratings system. More -- CNET

HMMM... "Ninety percent of New York City cabbies are recently arrived immigrants."

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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

Samsung touts Wi-Fi system that operates up to 5 times faster
Samsung Electronics says it has come up with a 60 GHz Wi-Fi technology system that will speed up data transmissions by up to five times the fastest current rate. Samsung hopes to sell devices based on the technology by early 2015. The technology will enable a 1-gigabyte movie to be delivered in less than 3 seconds, Samsung said. More -- Bloomberg

Consumers still prefer the in-store experience
When looking at the world's digital shoppers, 72% still say that the standard brick-and-mortar experience is important when they make a purchase, with the Internet coming in second at 67%, according to this Capgemini report. In-store technology including digital kiosks help to improve the in-store shopping experience and rank as important for 53%, with mobile websites and applications a key shopping channel for 42%. More -- eMarketer

Intel processor is overclocked for Dell Alienware laptop
Dell says its Alienware 18 laptop employs an overclocked Intel Core i7-4940MX to provide greater performance in video games. Pricing begins at $2,099, and it supports graphics cards from Advanced Micro Devices and Nvidia. More -- ITWorld.com/IDG News Service

HMMM... "Elephants are the only animals that can't jump."

Tech Tip of The Week

Fall is here and it's time to tech out your party plans ...
With the Holiday Season about to begin, many are planning parties from Halloween to New Year! Checking out cool tech that can be used from either your Desktop or mobile device can make things a lot easier!
Party Planning Tips can be found everywhere like; WikiHow, HGTV
and House Party. Once you’ve decided on the details of your celebration it’s time to send out invitations and one of the easiest places to do so online is Evite. The site allows you to do many things like choosong from dozens of invitations to send electronically while also allowing you to keep track of the guest list and RSVP’s. If sending custom invites is more your style there are many sites to choose from that let you create then print your very own like Punchbowl and Paperless Post  You can also head to a local retailer including Walgreens or CVS to create and print for pick up at the store. For ideas on what to do at your party or how to decorate look into whats avaialble at Party City or Birthday in a Box.They not only help with dozens of party ideas but you can purchase everything you’ll need, aside from food, right there! And when you’re looking for the food ideas, Southern Living, Martha Stewart and Delish have plenty of awesome inspiration and instructions for presenting the perfect party foods. Going mobile with your party planning is easy these days as well with many of the above sites having free mobile apps. Other great apps to try are Party and Event Planner and iParty which can help with organizing your guest list, keeping track of your budget, lists of food and beverages, keeping contact information for additional needs like thank you notes and much more including being able to plan multiple parties and cut/paste information into each. We hope all of our Friends enjoy planning amd celebrating this Fall. Feel free to share with us your favorite party tech "Into Tomorrow"!

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