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Review Your Year On Social Media

We’ve all had the best year, right? Right? Well, if that isn’t the case for all of us, most of our social media posts are more positive than negative. Even if we aren’t consciously doing it, we just post more about the good things in our lives than the bad things. The end of December [...]

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Google+ Debuts New Auto Enhancement Feature For Videos

One of the most delightful things about taking photos on an Android mobile device is the “Auto Awesome” feature that Google+ applies to collections of photos users upload to their Google accounts, so it will likely be very exciting for many that Auto Awesome is now available for video. For some time now, Google’s Auto [...]

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Here’s How Facebook Now Automatically Enhances The Photos You Upload

Facebook’s latest app update brought with it a new feature for photos: auto-enhance. I was skeptical at first, but it actually works quite nice. After you select a photo to upload, you’ll see a new “magic wand” in the lower left-hand corner of the image. Tap the wand to enable or disable the auto-enhance feature. [...]

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This $100 Gadget Will Enable Your Smartphone To Control Your Garage Door From Anywhere [VIDEO]

Have you ever left your home and wondered later — perhaps as soon as driving just a few blocks away — whether you remembered to close the garage door? If you have, you know that it’s a feeling that gnaws in the back of your head to the point where you either turn around and [...]

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For the First Time in 2 Years, Instagram Has Added These New Filters

For all you Instagram buffs: you may have noticed a few new filters available this week. For the first time in more than two years, the social network has rolled out not one, two, three, or four; but five new filters. They’re called Slumber, Crema, Ludwig, Aden, and Perpetual. Each of them does something a [...]

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PSA: Google May Owe You a Refund on In-App Purchase; Here’s How to Claim It

Google recently reached an agreement in a $19 million lawsuit with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to offer refunds on in-app purchases that were potentially unauthorized purchases made by younger children. It’s common in freemium games for apps to offer added game incentives and ways to level-up faster by paying. What children don’t often understand [...]

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Google, Cardboard, and Virtual Reality. Nope, This Isn’t a Riddle.

We all know Google is a little like your eccentric, rich aunt. Lots of random hobbies and lots of side projects to spend all that money on…some make sense, some are just out there, and some turn out to be super awesome. Google Cardboard is one of the awesome ones. Essentially, Google Cardboard is a [...]

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Get Active With Google Fit This Holiday Season

Google Fit is a nice little fitness app for your Android phone. There are a lot of different options and opinions when it comes to fitness apps. Because of this, each fitness app has different options and focuses to appeal to what people are looking for. The more complicated apps with tracking, calories, and graphs [...]

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CONTEST: Share Your Phone’s Home Screen for a Chance to Win a $20 ZAGG Gift Card

According to Nielsen, at the end of 2013, the average consumer has 27 third-party apps downloaded and installed on their smartphone. Of those, you’ll find games, productivity tools, apps for music and video streaming, budgeting and mobile banking apps, and more. The home screen on your phone — specifically the first one — is the [...]

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Nokia Maps Is No Longer A Samsung Exclusive

I just don’t have a good sense of direction and can generally say that I’m lost more often than I know where I am. This makes the maps app that I use on my phone extremely important. Google Recently updated Google Maps, and I’ve been really loving it. (My post on Google Maps.) Nokia’s Maps [...]

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