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Click Chick // Blue Startups’ Second Cohort
You may remember me mentioning Blue Startups in a recent column. Once again, the Hawaii-based technology accelerator with an Asia and Pacific focus is accepting...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Small Card Makes A Big Difference
The big products usually make the headlines, but small ideas can make a big a difference, too. A brainchild of Kickstarter, the ChargeCard is a...

Alison Young
Click Chick // July Is ‘Recycle for Keiki’ Month
July is “Recycle for Keiki” month for Mobi PCS and Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii (RMHC-Hawaii), so this is your chance to recycle your...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Charge Your Phone In An Everpurse
There are bags out there that charge your gadgets, but nothing ever had come out specifically designed for women. That has changed with the recently...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Microsoft-Ala Moana Opens
While I was enjoying the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) last week and playing various games on Xbox One consoles, Microsoft opened the doors to its...

Alison Young
Click Chick // A Few Highlights From E3 2013
It’s been a big week in the industry, and as I write this, I just completed Day One of the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3)....

Alison Young
Click Chick // Last-minute Gift Ideas For Dad
Father’s Day is right around the corner, and if you haven’t purchased anything yet for your special dad, below are a few of my favorite...

Alison Young
Click Chick // The Next Generation: Xbox One
Microsoft recently unveiled the next-generation Xbox, deemed the Xbox One. It’s been eight years since the Xbox 360 came out, so it’s about time for...

Alison Young
Click Chick // A Mix Of Old And New ‘Evil’
Last week Capcom released Resident Evil Revelations, the title that takes you back to the events between Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, revealing...

Alison Young
Click Chick // The iPad As A Digital Cash Register
I’ve been to many lunch wagons around town that use an iPad to keep track of their transactions, and I noticed a few of them...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Facebook Home On Your Phone
Last month Facebook introduced Facebook Home, a way to turn your Android phone into a supposed great, living, social phone. Since today’s phones are built...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Connecting Celebrities And Fans
I’m not one to follow celebrities, but many of my friends and co-workers do. WhoSay launched in 2010, but was recently revamped. It just happened...

Alison Young
Click Chick // New Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen was released last week, and it’s the next chapter of the original Dragon’s Dogma released in May 2012. The nice thing...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Let The Monkey Take Messages
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and it’s the perfect time to remember the dangers of using a cell-phone while driving. As we well know...

Alison Young
Click Chick // iPhone 5 Is $99 Down At T-Mobile
Last week, T-Mobile announced it’s offering the iPhone 5 for $99.99 down, plus monthly payments. It is the only company to offer the iPhone 5...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Google Reader Substitute Options
As you already may have heard, Google Reader will shut down July 1, which has angered many loyal users, including myself. On a mission to...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Dell’s New Desktop/Tablet Hybrid
It’s been awhile since I’ve seen an eye-popping product from Dell. But last week the company joined the realm of Sony, Lenovo and Asus by...

Alison Young
Click Chick // TiVo Extends Viewing Experience
At one time, TiVo was the cutting-edge way to watch your missed TV shows. Then along came similar DVR services from your cable provider, followed...

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Click Chick // Verizon Workshops; A Hula App
Verizon Wireless is offering free workshops to sharpen your skills on the gadgets you already have. Here is a list of the upcoming sessions. Apple...

Alison Young
Click Chick // Moving (Really Fast) To The WiGig
Earlier this year, the ultra-fast short-range wireless standard of 802.11ad, aka Wireless Gigabit (WiGig), was officially approved by the IEEE Standards Association. This opens the...

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