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Find Out How Much Your Stuff is Worth With This

As adults, we accumulate a lot of stuff. Over years and years, we amass lots of little stuff (books, gadgets, clothing) and a few big things, too (couch, dining table, car, house). Wouldn’t you like to know how much your stuff is worth, not just for curiosity’s sake, but for that other adult stuff too, [...]

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CES 2015: Dish Network Announces $20 Streaming TV Service for All Devices

This one’s for the cord-cutters among us. Instead of being locked into a lengthy contract, expensive equipment, and early termination fees, Dish Network has decided to get with the digital times. At CES this week, they announced a new service called Sling TV, which lets you enjoy live TV from any of your existing devices [...]

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Resolved to Organize Your Mobile Inbox? Try This!

Along with all the resolutions to eat healthy and hit the gym, there are just as many people who resolve to get their life organized, including yours truly. Now I’ve found one way to tackle this goal. Just a bit of background: Since I was given a work phone, I’m now responsible to keep up [...]

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Trivia Crack Might Become Your New Addiction

Remember the days of Candy Crush? Remember how you hated all of the notifications and requests that you got, but you really couldn’t put the game down and always wanted to get to the next level? It wasn’t our finest moment, but it did provide hours of entertainment on the train, in waiting rooms, or [...]

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An App To Block Unwanted Twitter Trolls

There have been a lot of issues in the past year with harassment and bullying on Twitter. While we’d all love it if the Internet was a safe place for all of us to encourage each other and talk about rainbows and sunshine, that just isn’t the case. Zelda Williams received so many harsh comments [...]

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Report: Apple Touch ID Can Be ‘Hacked’ Using Photos Of Users’ Fingerprints

One of the really nice features of Apple’s latest iOS devices has been Touch ID, the fingerprint-sensing capability to let you quickly log into your device, purchase apps, and enter passwords, without needing to type. A “hacker” group in Europe is warning, however, that Touch ID might have some vulnerabilities, specifically, that a fingerprint can [...]

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5 Apps to Make 2015 Your Best Year Ever

This is that great time of year when we are reflecting on the last 12 months. How far have we come? Who have we seen? What have we accomplished? I find it easy to get inspired and motivated on December 31st, to be better starting January 1st. Resolutions, goals, and plans are easy to make [...]

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Sorry Android, the iPhone Won Christmas

A new report indicates Apple’s iPhone was the most popular smartphone sold (and thus, gifted) this holiday season. The folks at Flurry, who track the analytics data of some 600,000 mobile apps, reported that the iPhone and iPad accounted for 51.3% of smartphones and tablets activated between December 19th and 25th. These numbers are for [...]

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This App Will Turn Your iPad into a Second Mac Display

So, didn’t get that iPad or desktop iMac upgrade you wanted for Christmas? No matter. Upgrade your own goods with Duet, a $14.99 iOS app that turns your iPad (or even your iPhone) into a secondary display to go along with your Mac or Macbook. Here are a few of the touted benefits: Fast. Duet [...]

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Life360 Keeps Tabs On Your Family And Gives You Peace Of Mind

Location sharing on mobile devices makes some people a little nervous. I understand that. I was pretty apprehensive about using an app like this, but I decided to give it a try with my family. We have been using Life360 Family Locator for about 6 months now, and it is really quite wonderful. As the [...]

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