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Review: The mCAM LITE Adds A New Layer To iPhone Photography

If you’ve followed ZAGGblog for a while, you know I’m big into mobile photography. Specifically, I write a lot about apps that can enhance your photos — apps like Snapseed and Camera+, my two big favorites. However, I haven’t covered much about hardware or accessories (with the exception of the Olloclip) available that, when paired [...]

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How To: Create Custom Maps With Google Maps

For all those times you need to create customized maps with specific points of interest, stops along a route, or numerous locations, Google Maps Engine is a dream come true. It’s been around for a while, but I thought I’d take the time to give you a simple tutorial on using it. I’m working on [...]

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Get 50 GB Of Free Cloud Storage With Box’s New iOS App

Just this week, Box released a major update to its iOS app for iPhone and iPad. With the update, they’ve added a slew of new features and a much needed redesign. In fact, the app was rewritten from the ground up. To celebrate, they’re giving iOS users who download the app 50 GB of free [...]

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Instantly Print Your Photos From Your Phone

Millions of photos are taken with smartphones every day, but chances are, those photos stay on those phones or are uploaded and shared digitally. Now, there’s a way to get those memories off your phone and onto your walls (or you know, anywhere in physical space). Fujifilm has introduced an instant smartphone printer called the [...]

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Find Out Here If Your Personal Information Leaked In The Snapchat Hack

On New Years Eve, a group of tech-savvy security researchers (not hackers) created a website called SnapchatDB.info, where they host a database with 4.6 million user names and phone numbers of Snapchat users who live in various parts of the United States and make it freely available for download. For now, the group has left [...]

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Start Journaling Your Walk Through Life With The Day One App

There really isn’t a bad time to start a journal, but perhaps the easiest time to get started is in January.  We all have high hopes for starting and sticking with things throughout the whole year.  Maybe this app will be just what you need to have a completely documented 2014. It’s called Day One [...]

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Waiting for a Bigger iPhone? You Might Get One This Year.

The newest iPhone rumor is really just a rehashing of murmurings we’ve been hearing for a little while now: Apple will produce two larger iPhones in 2014: one with a 4.7-inch display and one with a 5.7-inch display. Currently, Apple sells the iPhone 4S with a 3.5-inch display and the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s [...]

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[How To] Configure Keyboard Shortcuts for iPhone or iPad in iOS 7

One feature that’s been around since iOS 6, but that many people don’t know about, is Keyboard Shortcuts. Here’s a quick guide that shows you how to get them setup and customized to save you time when composing your texts, emails, or documents. These shortcuts work across the iOS system, including inside third-party apps. The [...]

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This Study Finds iOS Users Are Smarter Than BlackBerry And Android Users

A recent study out of the UK shows some interesting results. In a group of 1,000 smartphone users, those who own an iPhone completed the test faster than those who own phones made by Samsung, HTC, Nokia, Google Nexus, and BlackBerry. iPhone owners completed the test, on average, in 94 seconds, while Android users averaged [...]

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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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