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Ultimate iOS 5 and iCloud Feature List

iOS, the operating system, which runs on iPhone, iPod, and iPod Touch was known as iPhone OS before June 2010 and at the time of this writing is the third most popular smartphone operating system, holding 16% of the global smartphone market. From the date of its original release, it has been updated every single year, with every update adding some exciting features and the next version, iOS 5, which is expected to be released in the fall, is no different.

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Must Read Links for Web Designers and Developers – Volume 14

Another Friday another awesome list of links. Whether you are interested in Photoshop tutorials, jQuery plugins, CSS, or WordPress I am sure there is something here that you will enjoy.

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5 Typography Tips for Web Designers

With the increasing importance of relevant and content-rich websites, many web designers are starting to pay special attention to typography, a crucial element, often ignored in the past. There is no use having excellent content if that content is not presented well to the visitors, and most of them would quickly hit the “back” button on their browsers if they see illegible text, conflicting colors, or mixture of different font types and sizes, crowded on the same web page.

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Wireless G and N

For the folks who are more user and less technology buff things like wireless protocols can get very confusing. One of the main difficulties with wireless G and N is trying to figure out which one you need. Lets go over the differences between the wireless G and N protocols.

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Find Out Whats Up With Windows 8

After the not so well-received Vista operating system, the software giant Microsoft released Windows 7, which is, according to many, the best Windows operating system to date. It is fast, robust, user-friendly, and functional, and most users have responded to it extremely well, but while some are still contemplating whether to take the leap and purchase, install, and use Windows 7 on their personal computers, the company is already actively developing its successor, unofficially named Windows 8. Windows 8 has been the talk of the town for quite a few years, with leaked screenshots and Milestones appearing here and there, and it has been surrounded by many rumors and speculations. On June 1st Microsoft has finally spoken up and revealed some of its features and the concept behind it.

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The Darwinian Evolution of Graphic Design – Infographic

The evolution of graphic design is a very is very interesting. It is hard to believe the way we do things now that thousands of years ago "graphic designers" were chipping pictographs into cave walls. While some designers would probably be much better at that than they are with Photoshop it is really fun to look back and also think about what is in store for the future of graphic design. Without further delay, here is The Darwinian Evolution of Graphic Design.

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9 Websites to Find Killer Deals Online

Online shopping is safe, easy, and convenient and the choice of merchants abundant and there is no surprise that we spend billions on online deals every year, in spite of the financial and economic crisis. Whether you are looking for the latest in fashion, an expensive watch, or the newest gadget, you can find it online and often you can find it at much lower price than the brick and mortar stores offer. Here are some great sites, where you can find great deals:

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Network Attached Storage – What is it and who needs it?

As your business grows, so will the need for better and more efficient data storage and this is where a network attached storage can come in handy. The network attached storage devices are nothing more than a specialized device, which stores data and files, makes the data available to all other computer in the network, offers data protection, and enables you to assign different access permissions as well. On the outside, most of these devices look just like a normal PC or server, but unlike regular computers, most do not have keyboards, monitors, or mice attached to them. Typically, they also run a strip-down operating system, which allows them to do what they have been designed for efficiently, but not to be used as a fully functional server of computer.

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