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iOS 8.1 is Available Now – Here’s Everything That’s New and How to Get It

Today as promised, Apple pushed iOS 8.1 for iPhone and iPad users. The software update includes a slew of bug fixes from versions 8.0.1 and 8.0.2, and also several new features. You can find the full changelog below. However, there are a couple notable features that stand out, and ones we’ve been looking forward to [...]

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Apps To Help You Fight Worry And Anxiety

Stress and anxiety are common these days. You are not alone in feeling stressed and anxious. Of course, there is an app for that. Here are some app ideas for fighting stress and anxiety. Relax Melodies – This is one of the most effective sleep aid apps on the market. There is a collection of [...]

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Apple’s New iPad Air 2: Here’s What’s New and How it Compares to the One You Already Have

Highlights New A8X Chip Offers 40% Faster Performance Upgraded Camera Offers Burst Mode for Photos & 120 fps Slow-Motion Videos Apple Pay Functionality for Paying Online with Your iPad Pricing starts at $499; Pre-Orders Begin Oct. 17; On Sale on Oct. 24. During a media event today at the company’s Cupertino headquarters, Apple announced an updated iPad Air, [...]

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iPad Mini 3: What’s New, And How it’s Different From Last Year’s Model

Highlights Apple Pay and Touch ID for Paying Online and Within Apps on Your iPad Pricing starts at $399; Pre-Orders Begin tomorrow, Oct. 17; On Sale on Friday, Oct. 24. In addition to announcing the new iPad Air 2, Apple also unveiled an updated iPad mini, the third-generation of the smaller tablet. As such, it’s [...]

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How to Write in Kaomojis

Some people say that all our technological advances have actually limited communication among us. I disagree! There are more ways to communicate and express yourself than ever before. First, there was the phone. (Talking, ew. Boring.) Then there were e-mails and text messages. Then, emoticons, gifs, and emojis. Now, there are kaomojis. If you’re not [...]

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9 Apps You’ll Need This Fall, And 4 Playlists To Help You Enjoy Them

Fall is officially here. It’s a beautiful time of change. Say goodbye to hot summer nights and days by the poolside. Say hello to crisp mornings, colorful leaves, sweaters, cider, and pumpkin in everything. A new season is a great time to hit refresh on your life and your gadgets. Here are some apps and [...]

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When it Comes to Transferring Money, Square Cash Makes PayPal Feel like Exchanging Gold Coins for Gunpowder and Fur. And it’s Free.

First, a quick story with some background. I’m a freelance travel photographer. I sell my images both digitally and in print, to individuals, magazines, websites, and agencies. I’ve always used PayPal for these transactions, regardless of who the customer is. When they pay, the money is immediately available on my PayPal debit card, or I [...]

Google Now vs. Siri vs. Cortana: Which Answers Questions Best? [VIDEO]

Google Now vs. Siri vs. Cortana: Which Answers Questions Best? [VIDEO]

Whether you have an Android, iPhone, or Windows Phone, chances are you’ve used one of the personal assistants to answer a question before, be it serious or a joke. Google Now, Siri, and Cortana on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone devices respectively, each offer a different flavor of response to users’ queries for information. Which [...]

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Sticky Notes For The Digital Age

Meetings. We all have them. Some are great…others are abhorrent. But the good ones feel productive and collaborative, and they usually end up with tons of ideas being shared, talked about, and written down. But what happens after that? Usually, a few more meetings about the same stuff, because no one can remember what was [...]

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Scratch And Scratch Jr Will Teach You And Your Kids To Code

“Coding is the new literacy!” -ScratchJr Whatever we think we know about computers now, our kids will need to know so much more. With ScratchJr, it is within our power to prepare them for that future. ScratchJr is a FREE iPad app that teaches kids (ages 5-7) to code. Here is an introduction and explanation [...]

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