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New iMac Thinner, Brighter & Better Than Ever

Super-skinny desktop will hit stores tomorrow

Apple’s new iMac, which will hit stores on Friday, Nov. 30, is its thinnest desktop…

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Come Again? 4 Steps for Handling Those ‘Oh, No He/She Didn’t’ Moments on Social Media

How to represent your brand in the face of complaints, negative feedback or false accusations

If you encounter negative feedback or false accusations on social platforms, here’s how you can…

By S. Lynn Cooper

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Review Roundup: Battle of the Droid RAZRs

Motorola's Droid Razr HD and Droid Razr Maxx HD are both powerful, well-designed phones with one big difference

BlackEnterprise.com compares the Motorola Droid Razr HD and Droid Razr Maxx HD.

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White House Launches #My2K Online Push

Administration urges Americans to turn to Twitter and other social media platforms to weigh in on the president’s tax proposal

After urging Congress to extend tax cuts for the middle class at a White House…

By Janel Martinez

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Can a Robot Help You Shed Pounds?

Personal weight loss robot Autom will reportedly help you get slim

MIT graduate Cory Kidd claims his weight loss robot Autom will help people shed unwanted…

By Yannique Benitez

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Technology Making You a Jerk? 4 Reasons You Should Leave It At the Door

If your friends claim technology is making you an imbecile, follow these tips

American Express OPEN Forum details how to stop acting like a jerk and unplug from…

By Janel Martinez

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‘Black in America’: Angela Benton, One Year Later

After launching NewME Accelerator last year, the renaissance woman has expanded the program

Black Enterprise talks to NewMe Accelerator Founder and CEO of Angela Benton about her experience…

By Janel Martinez

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Mobile Devices Serve As Best Shopping Tool for Holiday Bargain Hunters

The numbers are in, and smartphones and tablets are shoppers’ go-to device when looking for deals

Your cellphone or tablet will likely be your go-to device when searching for the best…

By Yannique Benitez

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Technology Simplifies Joint Custody for Divorced Parents

A text or email may end certain relationships, but not when it comes to divorcees with kids

Divorced parents prefer communicating with tech tool such as text messaging and email when it…

By Yannique Benitez

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How to Stay Safe While Shopping on Cyber Monday

8 ways to ensure you’re protected while shopping online

Tips to staying safe while shopping online.

By Janel Martinez

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Freshwire’s Shawn Amos on Black Friday’s Migration to the Web

The chief executive explores why the shopping holiday has shifted online

In the latest episode of “60 seconds of Social Media,” Freshwire’s Shawn Amos discusses the…

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Will.i.am Launches App to Amp Up Your iPhone Camera

Singer plans to enhance point-and-shoot capabilities

Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.i.am working to soup up iPhone camera to a 14-megapixel tool.…

By Yannique Benitez

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Black Girls Hack Founders Talk Changing Tech Space, First Non-Profit Hackathon

Three women in tech band together to start coding contest

Kat Calvin, co-founder of Character’s Closet, Amanda Spann, founder of Glamobile and Sidewalk District creator…

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Will Static Electricity Someday Charge Your Cellphone?

The same thing that causes your hair to stand on edge, may be able to power your devices

Zhong Lin Wang, professor of materials science at MIT, discovers friction may one day be…

By Yannique Benitez

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Self-Taught Teen Engineer From Sierra Leone Builds Battery, Radio Transmitter

The 16-year-old whiz kid invited to conduct research at MIT

Kelvin Doe is the youngest person in history to be invited to the “Visiting Practitioner’s…

By Janel Martinez

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‘Black in America’: Chris Bennett, One Year Later

From private equity to programming the web: What life looks like after the NewMe Accelerator

One year after participating in the NewMe Accelerator, which was featured in the CNN Black…

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Digital Divide: Rural South Still Without High-Speed Internet

While some areas are flourishing with tech innovations, others are deprived of access

Several areas across the country lack access to modern high-speed Internet with Mississippi being one…

By Yannique Benitez

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Twitter Data Indicates African Americans Are Behind Modern Slang

From “bro” to “bruh,” see how the demographic has transformed everyday vernacular

Recent study reveals cities with large African-American populations are the sources of modern slang and…

By Janel Martinez

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On Your Mark, Get Set, Save! How to Score Holiday Shopping Deals Online

Skip the lines (and ditch the paper) with these 6 tech tips

With the highly-anticipated shopping days right around the corner, see how you can save money…

By S. Lynn Cooper

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Nintendo Aims for Comeback With Wii U

Will the newly-released Nintendo console change the way gamers game?

Wii U, which hit shelves on Sunday, aims to appeal to both light mobile gamers…

By Yannique Benitez

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“The only woman in the room” & how to change that by 2186

With passionate voices working every day to redefine the standard for gender equality, I believe…

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