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(NAPSI)—Once limited to the superathletic or fantastically techy, fitness tracking is going mainstream—and just in time for the holidays. Now available in a rainbow of colors, variety of styles, and multiple different shapes and sizes, there is a fitness band for almost everyone on your list. And with companies like Pivotal Corporation continuing to innovate and reduce costs (the Pivotal Tracker 1 band and mobile app cost only $12!), there is also a tracker available for almost every budget.
(NAPSI)—Whether you’re fascinated by food, ferrets or football, chances are, there’s a digital magazine to tell you all about it.
Are homes getting smarter? According to information from the front lines of the home-automation industry, the answer is, “yes.”
The Oro Valley Police Department would like to provide the public with some safety tips for the upcoming holidays.
(StatePoint) Amidst the gifts, meals and parties of the holiday season, one word takes precedence -- family. There's no better time to begin learning about family roots, especially as you’re gathered together in celebration. And doing so is easier than ever.
In his fifth State of the Town address on Sept. 12, Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath said he is proud of what continues to be accomplished in the community located six miles north of Tucson.
(BPT) - Between managing careers, navigating the rigors of parenthood, handling the daily to-do list, and finding time to stay in touch with friends, it’s no wonder modern moms and dads are always on the lookout for simple solutions to make life a little less hectic. Luckily, the age of mobile technology brings ultra-convenient apps and Bluetooth-connected devices for everything from shopping to banking and, of course, cooking.
(NAPSI)—When it comes to advertising, consumers have the right to fast-forward through commercials on television, or simply mute the TV until the show comes back on. In print publications, readers can just skip over ads with their eye, staying focused on the next article. For Internet users, it’s a much different playing field and advertisers know it.
Though she had never built a mobile application before, Oro Valley’s Lisa Gallardo volunteered to step up and learn how. In doing so, she kept the process in house, helping to keep costs low.
Vacation is supposed to be relaxing. But travelers frequently let the details get the best of them. This summer, travel smart by stocking up on new technologies and accessories that can make the experience the breeze it was meant to be.
(StatePoint) Vacation is supposed to be relaxing. But travelers frequently let the details get the best of them. This summer, travel smart by stocking up on new technologies and accessories that can make the experience the breeze it was meant to be.
The next time you’re pulled over by a police officer in Oro Valley for a traffic infraction, or (we hope not) have an auto accident in the town, your situation probably will be handled by an officer equipped with the latest ticketing and crash reporting.
Apple on Tuesday announced that customers spent over $10 billion on the App Store in 2013, including over $1 billion in December, when customers downloaded nearly 3 billion apps. December was the most successful month in App Store history, Apple announced.
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Q: I saw your video on how to turn off in-app purchases (http://youtu.be/9P4wFB6d7gM), but what if I want to allow my son to buy age appropriate items on his iPod touch but limit how much he can spend? — Daniel
Q: I would like to print from my Gmail account on my iPhone or iPad to my printer, but it doesn’t come up in Apple’s print option on either (device). Any suggestions? — Daryl
After months of rumors, speculation and discussion, one of the most important announcements in history was made on September 12. It dominated every conversation in the workplace, around the water cooler and in the classrooms. On that day, it was said that people were seen with an “extra hop in their step” and that birds seemed to chirp just a bit louder and with more glee. The sun was brighter than… ok, I guess that’s enough sarcasm. Yes, the iPhone 5 will be released this week. But, is it enough of an upgrade for you to replace your current iPhone? Will it cause Android users to switch their allegiance? What’s the big deal anyway?
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