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Improve Your Golf Swing By Clipping This Gadget Onto Your Clubs

If you’re a golfer, then you know how infuriating having something wrong with your swing can be. You might be slicing, you might be fading, but whatever the problem is, you’d love to fix it but oftentimes it’s difficult without professional help to know what exactly you’re doing wrong. This bit of technology seeks to [...]

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This Is The World’s Largest Game Of Tetris [VIDEO]

The only thing missing as the classic Tetris soundtrack. A team led by a professor from Drexel University last weekend created the world’s largest game of Tetris, played using LED lighting on the side of a 29-story building in downtown Philadelphia. News of the game became a trending topic on Twitter and Facebook over the [...]

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This Laptop Stand Is A Must Have For People Who Like To Work From Their Bed

I work from home. Sometimes, on those mornings where it is really hard to get out of bed, the only thing that finally gets me away from the snooze button and into my desk chair is the need to actually get in front of my computer. This laptop stand could change that motivator by allowing [...]

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This Android Alarm Clock Will Keep You From Overusing Snooze

If you’re anything like me when you wake up in the morning, you hit the the “snooze” button on your alarm clock, one, two, seven times every day. It’s not an ideal way to wake up, getting just a few extra minutes of un-productive sleep, and this new app for Android devices aims to solve [...]

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Neil Young Is Building The Best Sounding Music Player You’ve Ever Heard

An ongoing Kickstarter project started by world-famous musician Neil Young is among the most successful crowd funding campaigns ever and aims to bring true, uncompressed, high-fidelity music to the masses. The project is called Pono Music, and over the March 29 weekend, the project neared 15,000 backers and had received pledges of more than $5 [...]

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This App Uses iBeacons To Take Classroom Attendance

A new app for iOS could be used by schools that embrace technology to help keep track of where students are located and whether they are attending class. The app is called BeHere and utilizes Apple’s Bluetooth-powered iBeacon technology to identify students and understand whether those students are attending class or not. 9to5Mac.com has full [...]

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How Does Uber’s Surge Pricing Work?

Popular ride sharing app Uber has come under fire several times over the past year because of one of the central features of the technology: price surging. Price surging for Uber is what happens when there are too many people request rides in a certain area of an Uber market. For those unfamiliar with Uber, [...]

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Play Modern Day ‘Operation’ With Surgeon Simulator For iPad

Remember the game “Operation?” Where you’d perform a “surgery” on a patient using a tiny pair of tweezers to remove things like the “funny bone” from the patient without hitting the metal sides of the body and setting off a startling buzzer? The modern-day equivalent of Operation — well, perhaps slightly more sophisticated version — [...]

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This Gadget Will Track Your Luggage While You Travel

Lost luggage. If you travel with any frequency, chances are, you’ve had an airline (or a train, or bus) lose your bags at least once. If not you, you probably know someone who has experienced this stress. It’s a painful experience. For me, it’s only happened once, but I will not soon forget waiting at [...]

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Apple Is Bringing TextEdit And Preview Apps To The iPad

iPad-optimized versions of Apple’s TextEdit and Preview apps will be released sometime in the near future. Report of the new apps — believed to be part of Apple’s efforts to make iCloud more ubiquitous between iOS and OS X — were reported this week by 9to5mac.com. “The applications are said to not be designed to [...]

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