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How Does Skype Work?

Skype has been around for a while, and if you haven’t tried it yet, you may want to consider it. It’s a pretty cool service, and for the most part, it’s free. Basically, Skype allows you to call friends and family from a phone, tablet, or computer for no cost. You can call just to [...]

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There’s A Bill In Congress Requiring A “Kill Switch” On All Smartphones

Last week, four Senators introduced a federal bill that would require smartphones sold in the U.S. to feature a “kill switch” function in the event that the device is lost or stolen. The Smartphone Theft Prevention Act comes right on the heels of a similar state bill introduced in California, requiring the same kill switch [...]

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Facebook Is Buying WhatsApp For Staggering $16 Billion

Facebook will soon complete its 45th acquisition since its inception 10 years ago. WhatsApp, a popular cross-platform smartphone messaging platform, is joining the Facebook family of companies. Facebook is paying a whopping $16 billion for the five year old company based in Mountain View, CA. The acquisition is, by far, the largest for the social [...]

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Shots Fired! Well Played Samsung

We love the back and forth rivalry between Samsung and Apple. Both Android and iOS (as well as their respective devices) have matured to the point that there’s little difference between them for the average consumer. It all comes down to a matter of personal preference these days. The latest ad for Samsung’s Galaxy Tab [...]

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How Does Chromecast Work?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about Chromecast. The commercials make it seem like magic. And let’s be honest, the best technologies always seem that way. Simply put, Chromecast allows you to play online content on your TV. It works with a variety of apps that you probably already have downloaded on [...]

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Taco Bell’s New App Will Let You Order From Your Smartphone

More than a few restaurants have mobile apps that enable you to place your pick up or delivery order on your smartphone. Chipotle and Pizza Hut are two examples that I have on my own phone and use somewhat regularly. A recent study by NRN found that 74% of respondents between age 18 and 34 [...]

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These Are The First Leaked Photos Of iPhone 6

Well folks, it’s that time again. The Apple rumor mill has sprung its first leak in anticipation of the next iPhone, what many believe will be called the iPhone 6. These images come via an anonymous Twitter user, @mornray886, who tweeted them yesterday afternoon. The photos purportedly show an iPhone 6 from various angles, including [...]

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Why Flappy Bird Was Deleted From The App Store

The top free game for both iOS and Android was, until earlier this week, held by Flappy Bird, a game designed by Vietnamese indie game developer Doug Nguyen. It amassed a huge following before abruptly being removed from the App Store and Play Store. The big question everyone seems to be asking: why? Two things [...]

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BleepBleeps: Eight Gadgets That Make Parenting Easier

Parenting is difficult (or so I hear). BleepBleeps are trying to make it a little easier with a whole family of gadgets, each with their own unique skill-set designed to help you out during the most stressful times of adulthood. These eight fun-looking devices help take you from getting prego all the way to keeping [...]

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Amazon Flow For iOS Makes Buying Stuff Even Easier

Oh Amazon, you clever beast of an online store. You had us at hello in 1995 when all you sold were books. I remember you then. So smart. So studious. Then you started selling DVDs and music and after a few more years you had pretty much anything anyone could even need, want, or imagine [...]

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