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Turn Your Instagram Photos Into Wearable Art. Here’s How:

Guys, you can go ahead and pass on this post—it’s for the ladies. That is, unless you and your bros have been waiting patiently for an app that will allow you to turn your beautifully composed Instagram photos into wearable nail art. NailSnaps allows you to do just that—create one-of-a-kind nail stickers based on photos [...]

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The Moto 360 Is A Smartwatch Like No Other And One We Actually Like

If it seems like you’re reading about every company under the sun creating a smartwatch these days, you wouldn’t be alone in thinking so. Wearable technology is all the rage and the race is on to see who cracks it in a magical way first. So far, Samsung is the only major company to get [...]

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LG Announces ‘G Watch’ Powered By Android Wear, Available Q2

It’s a been quite the week for smartwatch news, hasn’t it? First, Google announced Android Wear, the SDK / platform that can power wearable gadgets. Next, Google and Motorola announced the Moto 360 smartwatch, coming “this summer.” Now, LG has thrown their hat in the ring with the announcement of the G Watch, also powered [...]

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‘Android Wear’ SDK Takes Wearable Tech To The Next Level

2014 is shaping up to be the year wearable technology really hits the ground running. We’ve seen Samsung’s revised Galaxy Gear smartwatch, we’ve seen Pebble’s second-generation smartwatch, and just yesterday, gotten a glimpse of the Moto 360, which will be available in a few short months. One common fabric among all of these: they all [...]

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Sneak Peek At HTC Sense 6.0 Before It’s Revealed Next Week

Next week, on March 25, HTC is expected to unveil their latest (and much anticipated) flagship smartphone, the follow up to the HTC One we saw last year. Photos and videos of the device have been leaking for months — at least some of which HAS to be intentional — and here’s the latest, which [...]

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Remember Crazy Taxi? It’s Now Available On Android And iOS

If you spent any time in an arcade growing up, you’re bound to remember Crazy Taxi. Drop in a quarter, hit the gas, pick up your fares, get them to their destination, and try not to run over the pedestrians in the process. For a limited time, SEGA is offering Crazy Taxi on both iOS [...]

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T-Mobile Galaxy S4 Owners: Have You Gotten Android KitKat Yet?

Just yesterday, T-Mobile began rolling out the Android 4.4 KitKat OTA for Samsung Galaxy S4 owners. We’ve heard reports that some readers had trouble installing the update, so we’re curious if it’s arrived for you and if so, how your installation process went. The Samsung Galaxy S4 was the most popular phone sold in 2013, [...]

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Hands On: Sony Smart Remote Control App For Sony Cameras Is Brilliant [Video]

Recently, I decided to let go of my trusty Sony NEX-7 and picked up the new Sony A7 mirror-less camera. I’d been wanting to switch to a full-frame camera for some time, and the A7 fit the bill for what I was looking for. One of the features I was looking forward to trying out: [...]

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Bellabeat Lets Expecting Mothers Listen To Their Unborn Baby’s Heartbeat via Smartphone

In the ever-expanding realm of smartphone app-powered hardware, we have yet another contender for your dollars: a fetal heart rate monitor. The $129 Bellabeat Connected System is a gadget that, when used with its corresponding iPhone or Android app, lets expecting mothers listen to their baby’s heartbeat in the womb. Not only can you listen [...]

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What Other Things Is Your Mobile Calender UpTo?

A calendar is just a calendar, right? Dates and times and important stuff and that’s it—pretty simple. But UpTo thinks you want more, and after seeing the teaser for their app, I think they might be right. The basic concept of UpTo is that there are a lot of other things you care about going [...]

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