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Nokia Lumia 635 – Windows Phone

The Nokia Lumia 635 is the first windows phone for multiple carriers, and this phone set the standard high. With 4G LTE*, Cortana, and a fully customization interface, the Nokia Lumia 635 is a great phone for anyone. Starting from as low as $43.99, this awesome phone can be yours today. The Nokia Lumia has Windows 8.1 operating system, and it works great. Some really cool features are Battery Saver, Cortana, Data Sense, FM Radio, Health and Fitness, Office, OneNote, Word, Excel, Outlook, StorageSense, Transfer my Data, and Wallet. Plus there are some more apps that you can download from the store. You have quick access icons at the top of your screen if you swipe down, 4 to...

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Virtual Sports

Virtual Sports is the place to go for laser tag. A realistic course, authentic-looking guns, cheap prices, different game modes, and special daily deals are just some of the things that makes Virtual Sports awesome. Starting at $25.00, you can play the next generation of laser tag. Realistic courses and realistic guns are only a small part of what makes Virtual Sports the best place for laser tag. Different days have different deals, so make sure to choose a double time session so that you can get more time to play. For those of you who think that all those hours of Call of Duty will help, they won’t. This is nothing like Call of Duty at all and you...

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Apple iPod Touch – 5th Generation

The Apple iPod Touch is the most advanced iPod yet. Thinner, lighter, faster, this is a pretty advanced piece of technology. With a brilliant design, 4-inch Retina display, Amazing iSight camera, iPod touch loop, Apple EarPods, and a Dual-core A5 chip, the 5th generation iPod Touch is the best on the market right now. The package includes an iPod Touch, iPod Touch loop (sold separately for 16GB model), Apple EarPods, Lightning to USD cable, and a quick start guide. From six different colors, you can purchase the 16GB iPod for $199.00, the 32GB iPod for $249.00, and the 64GB iPod for $299.00. I own a blue 32GB iPod. The iPod Touch is exactly as Apple describes it as, the...

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Learn to Draw Digital Sketchbook by Walter Foster

Learn to Draw by Walter Foster is a great app that teaches you how to draw all sorts of interesting things like animals, people, flowers, dragons and more. They have different lessons that you can pick, by starting out with outlines that you trace. Each step gets more complex. You also use different tools like a sketch pencil, a shading pencil, a detail pencil and an eraser. There is a size slider that changes the width of your stroke, the pressure slider changes the lightness or darkness of the stroke and the hardness slider changes the edges of the stroke. You can zoom in to add more details to your drawing. You also have the option to free draw....

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NxtApp 4 Kids

NxtApp 4 Kids is a great way to teach kids how to add and subtract to figure out the pattern. The game is available for iOS devices available at the iTunes app store. They have multiple games to play, which makes learning fun. The concept of the game is to figure out the next number that comes in the pattern. There is a sequence of 4 numbers and one of them is blank. At first it’s really simple, for example 1, 2, __, 4. Then it gets more difficult as you progress, like 4, __, 18,25. At this point you have to use addition and subtraction. So to figure out the missing number, subtract 18 from 25 and you...

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Middle School Confidential iPad App

The folks over at Electric Eggplant, makers of “Middle School Confidential™”, recently invited us to take a look at their new app for the iPad, “Be Confident in Who You Are: A Middle School Confidential™ Graphic Novel”. Although the title of this interactive comic book is a little on the long side, it is an enjoyable read with a good message. As you would expect with an interactive comic book, there are multiple ways to read it. It works both horizontally and vertically. You can flip through like a normal comic, one page at a time or zoom in and read it one comic pane at a time. I recommend reading it zoomed in, it’s a much better experience,...

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