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How To Clean Up Your Android’s Contact List

None of us likes to do it, but at some point you’ve got to accept that a crucial part of your phone is the contact list.  It’s a tedious and boring chore to get it all organized, but once it is, boy does it make a difference.  Maybe you’ve let things get really out of [...]


[Deal Alert] Motorola Offering Second Chance Cyber Monday Sale Tomorrow; Moto X $150 Off

On Cyber Monday, Motorola dropped $150 from the off-contract price of the Moto X, letting you get one for just $349. While a bit steep when compared to the price of subsidized devices directly from your carrier, $349 is a steal of a deal for a great phone without a contract. However, things didn’t go [...]


Parker: Find A Parking Spot Ahead Of Time

If you’ve ever tried to find a parking space in a busy downtown area or by a large university, you know what a hassle it can be. Parker, an app by Streetline, is helping connect cars with a space to sit and wait for you while you go about your business and it’s expanding into [...]


Google Offers $25 Google Play Credit + Free Shipping on Nexus 7

If one of the latest and greatest Android tablets is on your wish list this holiday season, Google just launched an enticing offer on the new Nexus 7: $25 in free Google Play credit and free shipping. A quick check of the different size and connectivity variations indicates all models are currently in-stock, shipping within [...]


Google’s Chairman Gives A Roadmap For Switching From iPhone To Android

Gone are the days of one smartphone operating system being largely better than another. Both Android and iOS have evolved into excellent platforms, each with strong points for particular types of users. If you want something simple and intuitive, iOS is an excellent choice. If you want something more robust with expanded options, Android is [...]

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A Smartphone Camera Remote That Makes Sure Everyone Is In the Shot

As the cameras on our phones get better and better, many of us are less likely to carry our point and shoot camera with us as well.  Then it comes to the point of wanting to take a picture or yourself or the whole group, and you’re stuck with only your camera.  The Muku Shuttr [...]


Blippar: The App That Brings Everyday Objects To Life

Print is so limiting, with its static photos and unclickable text. Boring. We want more. Now there’s Blippar, an app that gives brings print—as well as product packaging, merchandise, outdoor signage, and more—to life with augmented reality technology. The experiences in the app include videos, games, 3D experiences, voting, recipes, buying, and more. Similar to [...]


Android 4.4 KitKat – Nexus 4 Users Are Still Waiting

There are a couple basic reasons people choose the Nexus line of devices over the many other options that they have. 1 – The stock Android experience. 2 – The lower prices. 3 – The guarantee that your phone or tablet is first in line for updates. The Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 were released [...]


All Galaxy Note 3 Owners Get A $50 Google Play Credit

If you’ve already purchased (or plan on purchasing) Samsung’s latest phablet, the Galaxy Note 3, you’re eligible for a $50 Google Play credit. That should help fund the purchase of a decent amount of apps, books, movies, music, or other digital content from the Play Store. It’ll also help ease the Galaxy Note 3′s $300 [...]


Xbox One SmartGlass App Already Available on Google Play

This Friday, Microsoft will finally make the Xbox One available to the public. In most retail locations, it goes on sale at 12:01am. In anticipation of the release, Microsoft has already released the companion SmartGlass app for Android. SmartGlass lets you interact with your Xbox One both at home and on the go. From the [...]

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