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Slight

With This App, Chat with Those Around You Without Saying a Word

Finally, a way to connect with the people you’re with—and not necessarily the people you know. Slight is an app available for iOS that allows for completely anonymous conversations with those around you. That’s right. No Facebook sign in, no log in name and password, no user accounts, no e-mail. You simply make comments that [...]

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It’s About Time You Start Sending Texts Like This

Text messaging is convenient, but no one could really say it was creative, per se—until now. Ultratext is taking the GIF to a whole new level by making it super easy and super fun to create your own GIF text messages. Hold on to your butts. Currently only for iOS, Ultratext is fast and colorful, [...]

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This Gadget Will Forever Change Dinner

Let’s be honest. Dinner is kind of a pain. You have to plan it, it takes time and energy, and after a long day of work, it’s the last thing most of us want to do. But what if you had a robotic sous-chef to help you out? That’s Mellow, the smart sous-vide cooking machine. [...]

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This 3D Printer is (Literally) Childs’ Play

Remember when 3D printing was the newest, most exclusive thing you could be doing? Well, now kids can print their own 3D designs at home—or at least, they’ll be able to very soon. Printeer, which was crowd-funded on KickStarter and raised more than double its $50,000 goal amount, is a kid-friendly 3D printer that can [...]

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[Viral Video] The Sad Reality of How Our Gadgets (and WiFi) Own Us All

This week’s viral video from Julian Smith is a reminder of how much we rely on our gadgets. Tablets, phones, laptops, and other devices consume us at times, and when those stop working, we panic. Give it a watch and when you’re finished, step away from whatever device you’re reading this on, go outside, and [...]

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Apple’s “Back to School” Promo in Full Swing: Extra $100 off Macs, $50 off iPhone and iPad

Apple has always been a little extra friendly towards education customers. Students, teachers, faculty, and administrators of K-12 schools, as well as public and private universities are all able to get discounted pricing on new Apple gear, any time of the year. Around July though, they kick those deals up a little more with the [...]

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Apple Maps is Literally Getting Better Every Single Day (And How You Can Help)

You’ll recall, with the introduction of iOS 7, Apple scrapped Google Maps in favor of its own, proprietary mapping data in an app simply called Maps. It was a catastrophic disaster, and what made it worse was that you couldn’t just go download Google Maps from the App Store. That option came a little while [...]

DEAL ALERT: Costco Selling iPads and iPhones At Big Discounts

DEAL ALERT: Costco Selling iPads and iPhones At Big Discounts

If you’ve been in the market for a new iPad or iPhone, Costco has one of the best deals around to get you hooked up with a new device. Costco’s online mobile store is currently selling the iPhone 5s (16 GB) for $120 off with a two-year contract, and the , iPad Mini with Retina [...]

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Facebook’s iPad App Update Will Bring Users More Games And Trending Videos

Facebook is testing a new version of its iPad app that will bring users closer to mobile games and provide them with the latest information about trending videos. News of the update comes today from TechCrunch and speculates that many of Facebook’s users who use the iPad app are also playing Facebook-connected games on their [...]

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Rediscover News with this App that Reads It to You

A few weeks ago, I was really sick. Not only did I have the flu, but a few days later, I got a massive cold. I got hit with the works—sore throat, completely stuffed-up nose, ears, and head, a cough, a fever. I was miserable. I didn’t want to eat or drink. I didn’t want [...]

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