Apple Watch Series 3 review

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When the Apple Watch came out a few years ago, I refused to buy into the hype that this was a “must have” device.  I was completely satisfied with my iPhone to check my iMessages, e-mails, and run my apps.  Furthermore, I’m a traditionalist in using a watch just as a time/date piece and that’s it.  A normal watch won’t run out of charge and it won’t be obsolete in 2-3 years.  As of 2017, Apple released Apple Watch Series 3, which was the first Apple Watch that was able to use completely without your iPhone, including making calls.  I finally bought into the “hype”.  Read more to find out why.

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The Edison Mail app is an option to replace iPhone’s default Mail app (with caution)

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*** On 7/18/2020, I made an  update to my original post, in the Cons section.  Please read it as it has to do with some privacy issues. ***

For those of you with an iPhone, like myself, we’ve always used the default iPhone Mail app because it was simple and easy to use.  For the most part, the default iPhone Mail app can satisfy the needs of most iPhone users.  However, over time, Apple has updated the iPhone Mail app, for better or for worse.

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The Model 3 is officially here!

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On this day, July 28, 2017, Elon Musk handed off the first 30 units of Model 3 to their new owners.  As part of Tesla’s “master plan”, the Model 3 launch comes after successful launches of the Model S and Model X.  The Model 3 is intended to be Tesla’s mass market car, with the cost of the standard model starting at $35,000 (before incentives).

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Eliminate Wi-Fi deadspots using Powerline technology

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npc_tn2For those with wireless networks in their homes, it can get frustrating at times when your wireless router signals do not reach to all areas of your home.  This leads to very slow or non-existent internet connections.   Ideally, there should be a strong Wi-Fi signal wherever you are in your home.

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The Storm has arrived – take cover!

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I just stopped by my local Verizon Wireless store to test out the Blackberry Storm and see what all they hype was about.  Until now, I’ve been impressed with RIM’s newest smartphone offerings, but with the recent Storm release, I’d say RIM has taken a step backwards.

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