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Walmart’s Vudu Spark Is A Small Price And Offers Even Smaller Options

We are in the age of cable cutting. With so much content available via the Internet, people are searching for ways to get rid of cable but still be able to use that huge flat screen in their living room. Cutting the cable would not be worth it if you had to watch everything on [...]

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This Android App Will Help You Sleep Better And Is Easy On The Eyes

Have you ever had the experience of turning your phone on when you are in a dark room, and being almost blinded by how bright it is? I’ve experienced this several times when I wake up in the middle of the night and go to check what time it is. Even with my phone set [...]

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Leaked Samsung Galaxy S6 Specs Are Insane

We weren’t originally expecting Samsung’s latest flagship device for a few more months — they’re typically released in May of each year — but already, the rumor mill is churning out purported hardware specs for what the next Galaxy S phone may have under the hood. That could be due in part to another recent [...]

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Target Adopts Curbside, So This Might Actually Become A Thing

If it makes shopping any easier, then I’m all about it. There are a lot of apps that claim to make the experience faster or more convenient, but sometimes that just isn’t the case. Last fall I used and reviewed the Taco Bell App. You could order, pay for, and pick up your food, but [...]

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Control Your Music Without Touching Your Device

The invention of the personal mp3 player made the entire world realize something we really knew for years: music makes everything better. Going for a run? Skiing the slopes? Roller skating at the park? Music will make all of these activities at least five times better. At least. Unfortunately, these activities undoubtedly come with their [...]

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Run a Small Business? Keep an Eye on Your Competitors with This

My day job is at a NYSE-traded company. They began their social media efforts eight years ago with one guy, and today, that guy has built an entire department. They manage SEO, a corporate blog, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn content, along with Pinterest and Instagram. They’re constantly in touch with our consumers. And so are our [...]

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This Ultimate Productivity Bundle Has Life Changing Potential

I’ve been writing a lot these past few weeks about the New Year and getting things off to a great start. I love the idea of a fresh start and doing better than before. Apparently, so does Pocket. “Pocket has teamed up with Evernote, Wunderlist, and LastPass to bring you The Productivity Pack along with a bonus gift [...]

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These Strawberry Shortcake Android Games Might Buy You Some Quiet Time From The Kids

Let’s be honest. One of the most useful things about our phones and tablets is being able to keep kids quiet and occupied for extended periods of time. Now, I’m not advocating for keeping a kid quiet by having them stare at a tablet for 5 hours, but I do know how useful this can [...]

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This Video Chat App Lets Your Talk With Up To 12 Friends At One Time

Video chatting on mobile devices is nothing new. Facetime. Google Hangouts. Skype. There’s a lot of players in the market. Rounds is different, though, in that it allows users to not just chat with one friend, but up to 12 at a single time. And this week, the Israel-based company announced that it had raised [...]

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Google’s Visual Translation Service Word Lens Is Now Part Of ‘Translate’ App

Last year, Google acquired a company called Quest Visual whose business was using mobile devices to translate text that you’d find in real life — that is, you could use your camera to view a photo of a street sign in a foreign language, and the words would be translated on your device’s screen. Google [...]

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