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How to keep yourself busy on the subway

It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since it was announced that more than 30 subway stations would now have cell phone reception access. In today’s changing world, more than ever we’re looking at ways to keep ourselves entertained, particularly in tedious situations like the commute to work. Next time you find yourself bored More...

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By sandsla On Wednesday, September 10th, 2014
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Casino Party Rentals Becoming All the Rage in LA

Nothing goes quite as well with the LA crowd than an evening of casino gaming   The City of Angels is known the world over as a veritable hub for all things related to entertainment. Leading the world in the More...

By Short and Sweet NYC On Monday, June 30th, 2014
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More Pads, Less Phones

When it comes to gaming size tends to matter, either from the gun you wield in a shooter, to the length of your sword in an RPG or the size of your engine in a racing game. What it all boils down to, the bigger More...

By Short and Sweet NYC On Friday, June 27th, 2014
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How the gambling industry is taking advantage of our app obsession

There’s no denying it – the digital age is well and truly upon us, and modern technology is amongst one of the few industries that has continued to prosper throughout the economic crisis. Technology giant Apple, More...

By Ralph Greco On Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014
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Get your Wires Organized with Cableyoyo and CableDrop

As our digital age marches seemingly full-on ahead of us by more steps than we can keep up with, there are newer cases, cords, add-ons and internal and external pieces and parts for things invented every day. Quite More...

By Adam Rodriguez On Wednesday, December 18th, 2013
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The Portable yet Massive Sounding Jabra Solemate Speaker

There is no doubt about it – the Bluetooth speaker wars have begun. With so many choices from so many different brands, it may be hard to stand out – but the Jabra Solemate does just that. I had the More...

By jason Paul On Wednesday, September 18th, 2013
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IK Multimedia unveils the iRig HD

I’d already been using the older iRig (as well as the iRig mic) and had found them pretty enjoyable. I even worked in some iRig guitar on my band Japan Soul‘s debut single “Plastic Utopia.” More...

By Short and Sweet NYC On Thursday, September 5th, 2013
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Shortandsweetnyc Featured as New York City Editor of the Week on Live Music App Timbre for Sept 5 to 12

Shortandsweetnyc.com, the NYC site addicted to telling you about the best events, music & entertainment happening around town has been chosen as Editor of the Week, providing our music event picks on the live music More...

By Short and Sweet NYC On Thursday, September 5th, 2013
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Shortandsweetnyc Featured as New York City Editor of the Week on Live Music App Timbre for Sept 5 to 12

Shortandsweetnyc.com, the NYC site addicted to telling you about the best events, music & entertainment happening around town has been chosen as Editor of the Week, providing our music event picks on the live music More...

By Adam Rodriguez On Tuesday, January 29th, 2013
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iRig KEYS – Portable MIDI Keyboard

There are more than a few nifty keyboard apps for iOS devices to keep you amused, but if you are a real musician looking to make music on the go, you need a much better solution. That is where a cool device like More...