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The ‘Selfie Stick’ Makes Snapping The Perfect Selfie Super Easy

Teenage girls, rejoice. The ‘Selfie Stick’ is real, and it’s only $29 bucks on Amazon. With this splendid stick, you can make sure to get yourself (and even your BFFs) in the picture the first time, every time. No more snapping, checking, deleting, reposing, snapping, checking, deleting… That fake smile makes your cheeks hurt after [...]

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XY Is An iOS & Android Tracking Tag Connecting You To What Matters Most

Modern life is all about connections. With our phones in-hand at all times, we’re connected to family and friends constantly through text and Facebook, and we’re even connected to strangers and the world through Twitter and other social media platforms. But when you lose something you’re connected to in real life, your connections can’t help [...]

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Google Just Released A New Android Camera App

Google has just released a stand alone camera app (available in the Play Store) that is compatible on all devices running Android 4.4+ KitKat. The Capture Button is a large grey border that you can tap anywhere to take your photo. I see the benefit of this, but why is so much of the screen [...]

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Sprint Has A New Phone Just For Kids Called The “WeGo”

With the goal of bringing connectivity to kids and peace of mind to parents, Sprint just announced the WeGo phone for kids. It’s available in most Sprint stores nationwide for $0 down and 24 monthly installment payments of $5. You can also buy it outright for $120. The phone is what most of us would [...]

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Amazon Said To Be Readying Its Own Smartphone For A June Launch

I love Amazon. When it comes to the technology industry, they’re arguably one of the few companies that actually competes with Apple head to head on more than any others. While Apple makes a fortune on the sale of its hardware, it also rakes in massive piles of cash with its ecosystem for apps, books, [...]

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Google Beefing Up Android Security; Update Continually Checks For Malware

If there’s one thing Android gets a bad rap for, it’s security. It doesn’t seem like there’s a week that goes by that we’re not seeing reports of some app in the Play Store being discovered for containing malware or a virus of some sort, out to steal your personal info. In 2012, Google started [...]

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A New Subscription Service Gives New Yorkers Unlimited Coffee For $45/month

It seems like there’s a subscription service for just about everything these days, doesn’t it? Music, movies, games, razor blades, clothes, female hygiene products, and now — coffee. A New York City start-up called ‘Cups’ is partnering with independent local coffee shops to give you unlimited coffee every month for as low as $45 bucks. [...]

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Nikon’s Next CoolPix Point And Shoot Camera Powered By Android; Coming In May For $350

Digital cameras powered by Android. The idea isn’t anything new and there have been several before now, but that shouldn’t stop one of the top digital imaging companies from throwing another hat in the ring, right? Nikon’s latest Android-powered point and shoot camera, the CoolPix S810C, is coming in May and will retail for $349. [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Has Built In “Kill Switch” To Wipe The Phone If It’s Stolen

One thing that’s given me peace of mind with my iPhone is the “Find My iPhone” functionality. Should I leave it behind, should it be swiped while I’m not looking, or in any other way become lost, I can securely and remotely locate it, lock it, and wipe all my personal content from it if [...]

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[Viral Video] Photographer Talks About What Went Into Shooting The Most Viewed Photo Of All Time

In 2001, Windows XP was all the rage on new PCs, and with it was what would become the most viewed photo of all time. Seen by more than one billion people around the world, the desktop background called ‘Bliss’ has a cool backstory. Was it generated by a computer? Was it Photoshopped? Was it [...]

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