This App Helps With The Legal Stuff You Dread

There are lots of reasons it helps to have someone with legal knowhow around. Maybe you’re in charge of hiring lots of freelancers for your job. Or, maybe you’re the freelancer, wanting to make sure the terms of your work are clear and known by both parties. Maybe you just want to buy a pricey [...]

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How to: Download and Export All Your Google+ Photos From the Cloud

This guide is for those of you with Google+ accounts and auto-backup of your photos enabled on either Android or iPhone smartphones. Background I switch back and forth between iPhone and Android devices often, and the one thing I never want to lose is the photos I’ve taken. As such, one of the first things [...]

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Spotify App For Windows Now Has Free Option

The Spotify App for Windows Phone has been lacking some important features, but the new updated versions brings it up to par with the iOS and Android versions. For $9.99/month, users can subscribe to Spotify Premium. Spotify Premium Unlimited Ad Free listening Download playlists for offline listening This feature has been available on Windows Phone [...]

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College Students Create a Nail Polish that Changes Color When it Detects Date Rape Drugs

At a college of 10,000 students, it’s estimated that more than 350 cases of rape occur each year. According to a study by the University of the Sciences, approximately one in four college-aged women is a victim of date rape, or attempted date rape while in college. They also found that approximately 90% of these [...]

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You’ll Be Shocked By this New Wearable Gadget

There are plenty of wearable gadgets designed to track your behaviors. But this wristband is the first that doles out consequences—and rewards—for your behavior, in addition to the tracking capabilities (via smartphone) everyone wants. Pavlok, “a personal coach on your wrist,” holds you accountable for whatever goals you have for yourself, fitness or otherwise (like [...]

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A Hospital in Beijing Just Implanted the World’s First 3D Printed Vertebra In A 12 Year Old Boy

We’ve seen all sorts of things made with 3D printers – from small knick knacks to fully functioning assault rifles – but now, a more important use of the technology is in the medical field. For the first time, doctors at Peking University Third Hospital in China have created and successfully implanted the world’s first [...]

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LG Has a Circular Smartwatch Too, Set to Go Head-to-Head with Moto 360 Next Week

With all the hype the Moto 360 smartwatch has been getting in recent months, one manufacture was tired of being left out of the party. After just releasing its first Android Wear smartwatch in June, LG has another contender it’s set to announce next week at IFA in Berlin. This go around, they’re rounding out [...]

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Tesla’s Next Software Update Will Let Owners Start Their Car With Their iPhone

A software updated rumored to be released soon for the operating system in Tesla’s Model S vehicles will introduce new features specifically aimed at integrating the popular electric car with iPhones. Electrek dropped the report with the rumored new features by releasing screen shots of the updates that are expected to come in the next [...]

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The Latest Stats Show Android 4.4 KitKat Running on 21% of Devices; Jelly Bean Still King

As of earlier this week, the latest version of Android, version 4.4 KitKat, was installed and running on 21% of devices worldwide. KitKat was first released in October of last year, making it 10 months old. By contrast, Android Jelly Bean, version 4.1.x, is still the dominant version most users are running, boasting an installed [...]

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A Change To Twitter Means You’ll Be Seeing Tweets From Those You Don’t Follow

“I don’t understand Twitter.” I feel like I hear this phrase all the time. People think it’s complicated. It really isn’t. Twitter: You choose to follow people. You have a timeline that will show you, in chronological order, only Tweets or Retweets (reposting what someone else said) from those that you follow. That’s it. Or…that [...]

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