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Use Chromecast Or Apple TV to Setup A Live Photo Feed That Can Be Updated During An Event

For the first time ever, I decided to throw a New Years Eve party at my house. My girlfriend and I invited a bunch of our friends and family and everyone had a great time. But, if  you know me, you know I wasn’t content with just any old house party. I rigged up a [...]

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Type “Let’s Go Caroling” in Google And Your Phone Turns Into A Christmas Carol Karaoke Machine

Oh Google, always being witty with your hidden easter eggs – or in this case, Christmas carols. When you type “Let’s Go Caroling” into a Google search, it will turn, either your Android or iOS device, into your own personal festive karaoke machine including all the famous classic Christmas songs. Yes, it even includes the [...]

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Google+ Is Making Holiday Pictures Magical With Auto Awesome

Those of us uploading our photos to Google+ this month have definitely seen some fun additions to the Auto Awesome feature.  Along with creating gif’s or movies of our photo filled days we are now seeing sparkles and snow.  There is a fun feeling of excitement when I look at my phone to see that [...]

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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 [...]

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Here’s How To Undo A Sent Email In Gmail

We’ve all sent that email we couldn’t take back whether it was a sappy email to your ex, an inappropriate joke sent to the boss, or maybe you weren’t supposed to hit “reply-all” and did on accident and now the whole company knows about your next doctor visit. The feeling of regret is instant, as [...]

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Here’s A Cheat Sheet For All The Ways You Can Control Xbox One By Voice

The Xbox One has been out for a few days now, and even though I’m not a gamer, I always enjoy keeping up with cool new tech. What Apple did for voice commands with Siri on the iPhone, Microsoft has done for voice commands on your TV. They’ve added another element beyond just voice: gestures. [...]

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The Best Christmas Music Playlists On Spotify, Pandora, And 8tracks

When it comes down to it, there really aren’t that many Christmas songs, but boy are there a lot of variations.  Here are some stations and playlists to get you started this season.  As always, your station will be personalized to you the more you like/dislike songs.  Technology is awesome. Pandora All I Want For [...]

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5 Ways To Identify Legitimate New $100 Bills And Avoid Being Scammed

Last week, I listed my iPad mini for sale on Craigslist so I could get some of the cash I’d need for the new iPad Air I planned to buy. A few days later, I got a call from a guy who wanted to buy it and we arranged to meet at a local coffee [...]

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How To Undo Incorrect Autocorrects On iOS

The autocorrect feature on iOS is great—until, inevitably, it “learns” something that’s wrong. And then you spend half your texting time trying to fix what it’s already tried to, well, fix. This can be extremely frustrating. If you’re at the end of your rope and desperate to stop the madness, there is a way to [...]

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How To Hide Bitstrips From Your Facebook News Feed

Seemingly out of nowhere, cartoon photos from an app called Bitstrips have taken over our Facebook News Feeds. While some of your comedic friends might have some clever Bits, there’s an easy way to hide them all at once, without missing other posts from your pals. Hint: this tip works for other apps that overload [...]

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