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Hilarious Comedian Walks You Through The Process Of Answering Calls From Unknown Numbers [VIDEO]

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How To Keep Track Of Business Contacts With Days App

Sometimes I find large conferences overwhelming.  With thousands of potential contacts milling about, leading to numerous new friends and business opportunities, I also find it hard to properly organize and keep track of each new relationship. Say hello to the Days app, by Wander.  I previously wrote about Days but focused on using the app [...]

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How To Prevent Your Child From In-App Purchases

You may have already learned how to baby-proof  your iPhone or iPad so that your sweet, little children can stay on your angel parent side (is that the right shoulder?).  It’s amazing how proficient babies and toddlers are at technology.  I watched an 8-month old at the park yesterday swiping away on his dad’s smartphone. After [...]

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How To Baby-Proof Your iPad Using iOS

Technology is the savior of busy parents. Hand a child an iPhone or iPad and you’ve bought yourself some “me” time. Recently, my husband and I traveled from Utah to New York. Now that our son had hit the incredibly busy 14-month old mark, a longer flight wasn’t going to be as easy as when [...]

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How to Rick Roll Anyone Wearing Google Glass

Want to have a little harmless fun with someone you see wearing Google Glass? Thanks to Google Glass Voice Commands, it’s actually pretty easy. Just walk up to them within range of their headset and say: OK Glass, make a call to 985-655-2500. The phone number goes directly to a pre-recorded Rick Roll, courtesy of [...]

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Get the Parallax 3D Effect on Your Android Now

One of the shiny new features of iOS 7 is called Parallax, which makes items on your screen pitch and tilt using the iPhone’s gyroscope. Just because it’s new to iOS doesn’t mean it’s an entirely new concept, though. In fact, the same thing has been available on Android for quite a while. If you’ve [...]

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Google Wallet For The Verizon Galaxy S4

In the world of mobile payments – that is, using your smartphone to pay for things – Google Wallet is the king of the hill. If you’re not familiar with the service, it’s likely because most U.S. carriers don’t want you using it on their phones. They’ll tell you it’s because of a perceived security [...]

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Twitter Introduces Two-Step Authentication To Increase Security For User Accounts

Twitter introduced a new security feature Wednesday that, if enabled on user accounts, will go a long way toward preventing said accounts from being compromised by hackers or “phishers.” Two-factor authentication is the new feature, and it works by requiring a verification code in addition to a user’s password before access is granted to a [...]

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How To Turn Google Drive, Dropbox, Or Evernote Into Your Personal Fax Machine

Every so often I’m required to fax something in.  Normally these faxes are being sent to an organization that it older and not concerned with being up to date with the rest of the world – you know, the DMV, banks, etc.  If you are like me or millions of other people around the world, [...]

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Type Faster On Your iPhone With This Shortcut

Another day, another smartphone shortcut.  It feels like there is no end to the functions that an iPhone can offer a user. Instead of typing out words or full phrases that you regularly use, you can create a shortcut.  This also prevents you from texting/emailing like a teenager and prevents embarrassing/funny confusion about what an abbreviation [...]

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