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(Family Features) We all want a clean and tidy home, without having to spend the time and effort to make it clean and tidy. But the truth is - if you don't keep it maintained, it takes much longer to sort and organize. Here are some tips to keep your home organized as you go:
(BPT) - Whether taking the plunge and joining the smartphone crowd or simply replacing a tired old cellphone, buying a new device takes careful deliberation. From selecting carriers and avoiding contracts to deciding on a type of phone and a specific model, numerous decisions must be made to find the right phone for your life’s next adventure.
(StatePoint) In anticipation of this season’s music and dance festivals, musicians and DJs are gearing up across the country. And if trends continue this year, festivals such as Electric Daisy and Ultra will be more jam-packed than ever.
Are you feeling behind the times with today’s computer technology? Do you see everyone using their iPads, iPods, smartphones and e-Readers and ask yourself what are these products all about, and can I ever learn to use them? Are you thinking about buying one but wonder if it is worth the investment?
(NewsUSA) - Don't you just hate food scolds? Especially when they're as certain they're right as all those tech geniuses were about iPhones never replacing Blackberries.
(NAPSI)—Mobile health apps are gaining popularity as people try to manage their health using smartphones. These mobile health apps feature a wide range of functions, from letting individuals monitor their calorie intake to helping doctors view a patient’s X-rays remotely. In 2012, nearly 250 million smartphone users worldwide downloaded health apps. In addition, seven in 10 (69 percent) U.S. adults tracked a health indicator for themselves or a loved one and nearly half (46 percent) said this activity changed their overall approach to health. Doctors are also increasingly recommending apps and the medical devices they work with to help their patients manage chronic illnesses, such as diabetes. In fact, 90 percent of those surveyed agree that the Internet and mobile apps can help lead to major improvements for diabetes patients.
People living with diabetes can now check, manage and share their blood sugar results as conveniently as they check everything else in their lives—wirelessly, on their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. (NAPS)
(NewsUSA) - The first International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took place in New York City in June of 1967. Since then, thousands of products have been announced at the yearly show, including the VCR in 1970, the CD Player in 1981, HDTV in 1998, 3D HDTV in 2009 and Ultra HDTV, Flexible OLED and driverless car technology in 2013.
The NYPD is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating three suspects who are wanted for questioning about three robberies that occurred along the J line on Jamaica Avenue in Richmond Hill this month.
On Jan. 9 at 2:04 a.m., at the 102nd Street subway station, a 22-year old male was on the J train when he was punched in the face. The suspects went through his pockets but were unable to retrieve any property. The victim was not taken to the hospital as a result of the incident.
A 19-year-old Ozone Park man trying to get his car out of the snow after last Friday’s storm was offered help by another teenager, who police say then carjacked and robbed him after asking for a ride. Police then chased the suspect through a Brooklyn neighborhood after he allegedly ditched the car when it got stuck in the snow while fleeing the scene.
Police were called to the scene of the robbery at the corner of 75th Street and Pitkin Avenue on the Queens-Brooklyn border at around 3:32 p.m. on Friday.
The holiday season is certainly a joyous time but it can be stressful when it comes to finding a gift for the special people in your life. Here are some last-minute gift ideas that will hopefully inspire.
(NewsUSA) - Looking to stretch your dollars this holiday shopping season?
The Police Department is asking the public’s help in locating two suspects wanted in robberies that occurred within the confines of the 107th and 109th precincts.
On Nov. 23, two men approached a 22-year-old man on 58th Road near 138th Street in Flushing, placed him in a choke hold, displayed a gun and stole a Samsung Galaxy cell phone and wallet. The victim was not hurt.
(BPT) - While election politicking dominated the top 10 searches of 2012, this year people were a little starry-eyed when it comes to online searching. Miley Cyrus (No. 1) came into our lives like a wrecking ball and dethroned Kim Kardashian (No. 2) to become Yahoo's most searched person in 2013.
(BPT) - Looking back on 2013, billions of Internet searches from around the world reveal it was a year of American songs, superhero movies, social media love, high-end designer brands, controversial sports stars, European getaways and fierce women.
Police officers Jose Cotto and Vianka Schuman were honored Tuesday as the 102nd Precinct’s Cops of the Month for their work in apprehending a thief who stole an iPhone.
On Monday, Oct. 28 at about 11 a.m., a woman had her iPhone stolen on a J train at the 85th Street-Forest Parkway station in Woodhaven.
A spike last month in robberies, larcenies and auto thefts in the 106th Precinct was confirmed by the precinct’s commanding officer, Deputy Inspector Jeffrey Schiff, at the Nov. 13 Community Council meeting.
NYPD crime statistics for the 28-day period ending Nov. 3 showed that robberies in the precinct jumped by 38 percent, grand larcenies rose 47 percent and auto thefts went up 61 percent compared to last year. However, those numbers include comparison to the week after Hurricane Sandy last year when there was very little crime.
Ridgewood Savings Bank now offers mobile check deposit as part of its mobile banking platform. The service is available to all Ridgewood customers with active checking or money market accounts who use an iPhone or Android smartphone.
Mobile check deposit lets customers deposit checks into their checking account utilizing the camera on their phone. The service is free and saves a trip to a branch to deposit a check.
(NAPSI)—More and more shoppers are trying to stuff some family time into their Christmas stockings.
Police Officer Victor Sadarangri, second from left, was honored Oct. 9 with the 106th Precinct’s Cop of the Month award for two arrests he made last month.
The first stemmed from the robbery of an iPhone from the front counter of a car service office on Cross Bay Boulevard near Liberty Avenue in Ozone Park on Sept. 2.
Residents packed into the 106th Precinct at this month’s community council meeting in Oct. 9 to meet Deputy Inspector Jeffrey Schiff, the precinct’s new commander, and voice concerns about quality-of-life issues.
Schiff told the audience that he would be implementing his successful “Spot It to Secure It” program in the precinct, which involves cops patrolling the neighborhood for parked cars that have iPhones, iPads, laptops and other valuables inside and in plain sight. The officers will snap pictures and mail, to the vehicle’s owners reminding them not to leave belongings in their cars.
(NAPSI)—Dog owners who are active with their pets often enjoy enhanced health benefits, including lower blood pressure and stress, thanks to the increased physical activity and time spent with their canine companions.
(StatePoint) Durante la temporada navideña, que se inicia con el Viernes Negro, las tiendas pueden ser aún más estresantes de lo habitual, pero sólo si usted no planifica.
(StatePoint) During the holiday season, which kicks off with Black Friday, the stores can be even more stress-inducing than usual -- but only if you don’t plan.
Police officers arrested three men, one of whom was an off-duty MTA bus driver, after the alleged robbery of a 17-year-old girl on Oct. 4.
Officers from the 110th Precinct responded to a call of a robbery in progress at approximately 8:45 p.m. at a bus stop in Corona.