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The Best New Third-Party Keyboards For iOS 8

With the launch of iOS 8 for iPads and iPhones this week, Apple introduced several new features and loads of new customization options. The one I’m most excited about: third-party keyboards. Android has offered that option for years now, so it’s great to see Apple open the keyboard up to outside developers with this release. [...]

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McDonald’s May Soon Let Customer Build Own Burger And Order With Mobile Apps

McDonald’s may be turning to technology to reverse declining sales. Business Insider and Foodbeast report that some McDonald’s fast food locations have started using tablet computers in store to allow customers to build their own customized burgers, giving diners an increased variety of options for their meals that can be catered to their taste and [...]

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How To Easily Transfer Your Content From Android To iOS

The iPhone 6 comes out this week. For many, this is the phone that is causing them to switch from Android. We’ve all heard the many reasons for not wanting to switch. Transferring calendar, contacts, pictures, apps…it’s quite a process. Or so you think. If you’ve never switched, you might be surprised at how easy [...]

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“The Best Android Smartphone Ever Made” Has Three New Ads [Videos]

Two weeks ago, Motorola announced the brand new Moto X for 2014, and even though it’s not officially on sale yet, reviews are loving it. The Verge calls it “The best Android smartphone ever made.” Wow. Slashgear says the Moto X is “the best feeling Android handset.” Gizmodo says Moto X offers “the best user [...]

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Apple Watch Will Play Music On Your Bluetooth Headphones Without Your iPhone

In a recent two-part interview with Charlie Rose, Tim Cook revealed quite a bit about Apple Watch that wasn’t mentioned in Apple’s keynote last week. When Rose asked about Apple Watch requiring an iPhone in order to work, Cook elaborated, saying: “It requires an iPhone, yes, because they’ve been designed to work together. [...] However, [...]

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While Apple Announced the iPhone, Google Bought A Spoon

Last week, amidst Apple’s big news about their new phone and watch, Google quietly, on Google+, announced that the start-up medical device company Lift Labs would be joining the Google X team. Google X is Google’s research department tasked with making major technological advancements, and Lift Labs is the creator of the Liftware system, which [...]

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T-Mobile Personal Cellspot Is A Cell Tower In Your Basement

Have you ever had to change providers because you don’t get decent coverage in your house? I’ve had friends who don’t get service in their own home, so they’ve had to figure something else out. I just can’t imagine anything more frustrating than that. T-Mobile is trying to solve this problem with the Personal Cellspot. [...]

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Microsoft Buys Minecraft For $2.5 Billion; Founder Pens Strangest Resignation Letter, Ever

The big news today is the acquisition of Mojang, the game development studio responsible for Minecraft, by Microsoft. The Redmond, Washington tech giant paid a staggering $2.5 billion for the Swedish game studio. Founders Markus Persson (“Notch”), Carl Manneh (“Boss”), and Jakob Porsér are all cashing out and leaving the company. For the time being, [...]

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Existing Verizon Customers All Get an Early Upgrade for iPhone 6 Launch This Friday

This morning, Verizon announced details of a promotion for customers: everyone with upgrades on or before November 15th can upgrade right away and receive full subsidized discount pricing on a new phone. This coincides nicely with the launch of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which hits shelves this Friday. Alternatively, you can also pre-order [...]

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Students At These 12 Colleges Can Borrow A Chromebook For Free

This fall, Google’s education arm is launching a new program at 12 universities that will let students borrow Chromebook laptops for free. The caveat here is, however, that the loaners will only be available while Google is on the schools’ campuses. The program is called the “Chromebook Lending Library” and will let students check out [...]

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