Antonio Culicigno

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Banda larga, come obbligare l'operatore a darci la velocità promessa

Parte da oggi il nuovo software Agcom per testare la connessione e rivalersi sull’operatore in caso di problemi. L’abbiamo provato, tra cose buone e …

How to transfer your iPhone media to Mac (and back again)

Want a quick way to move your photos, music and documents from your iPhone to your Mac? What about backing up your iPhone on the go?<p>iKlips Duo is an innovative little gadget that will do both. It’s a well-made, MFi-certified USB stick that lets you connect to your iPhone (or iPad) via its Lightning …

Fall Home Decor: 9 Color Trends To Try

You might want to rethink this season's color palette.<p>For some reason – it's hard to say exactly how it came about – fall is largely associated with dark colors. Perhaps it's the early sunset or the leaves' shift from green to orange to brown, but pastels, and fun prints shouldn't be relegated to …

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Ten tips to help Windows users transition to OS X

Share these tips with your OS X newbies to help them translate their Windows knowledge into Mac productivity.<p>The Mac platform now has more users than …

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Pimpy, domotica low cost made in Italy - Wired

Quanto deve costare un impianto di domotica perché funzioni come si deve? Secondo Homy Automation, il team che sta dietro al progetto Pimpy, poco. …

La startup romana che ha sfondato negli Usa (e conquistato le Poste americane)

Sono nati a Roma, hanno ancora la sede a Roma, e a Roma hanno elaborato un sistema di ottimizzazione delle campagne di web marketing che li ha …

The 19 best drone photos of 2014

The sky is the limit when it comes to creative uses of drones for photography — see for example Dronestagram or the <i>National Geographic</i> magazine …