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Professional Style Lighting You Can Carry In Your Pocket

Technology today has turned all of us into professional photographers and videographers.  Armed with iPhones and imagination, we are in a world of digital creativity.  Kick, from Rift Labs, is a gadget designed to take our projects to the next level.  It is a small “pocket sized lighting studio” capable of a variety of effects. [...]


Blippar: The App That Brings Everyday Objects To Life

Print is so limiting, with its static photos and unclickable text. Boring. We want more. Now there’s Blippar, an app that gives brings print—as well as product packaging, merchandise, outdoor signage, and more—to life with augmented reality technology. The experiences in the app include videos, games, 3D experiences, voting, recipes, buying, and more. Similar to [...]


Apple Is Now Selling The iPhone 5s Unlocked And Sim-Free In The U.S.

Apple fans who were waiting for the company to release an unlocked, SIM-card-free version of the latest iPhone 5s in the United States will wait no longer. As of Friday, the untethered device is available, with the options of shipping with a T-Mobile SIM or shipping SIM-free (this option would require a GSM-compatible SIM of [...]


Access Emojis On iOS And Android

Sometimes, saying it with a smile—or a winky face, or a sad face—just isn’t good enough. That’s why emojis, a Japanese word literally meaning picture, “e,” and letter, “moji,” exist. If you want to be able to access your emojis on your phone, read on. iOS You can find the emoji keyboard on iOS by [...]


Siri Makes an Appearance on The Simpsons [VIDEO]

If you’ve ever had issues with Siri recognizing what you say and responding accordingly, The Simpsons share your frustration. Check out this quick 20 second clip from Season 25, Episode 3. —– You should follow Mike on Twitter for more great tech insights and good conversation. Be sure to say hello! You can also keep up [...]


How Do App Store Rankings Work?

App Store rankings have, for quite a while, relied on just two factors: the number of app downloads and the rate at which that app is downloaded. So in order to obtain a Top App ranking, you would have to create an app that was downloaded a lot in a short period of time—so strategically [...]


Does Candy Crush End?

With more than 51 million “Likes” on Facebook, 100 million installs from Google Play alone, and an estimated revenue of over $850,000 a day (US market and iOS estimate only), Candy Crush is by far one of the most popular games you can play. But does it ever end? The more appropriate question is, “WILL [...]


Snapseed For iOS And Android Gets Major Update — Still The Best Photo Editor Available

I’m a huge fan of Snapseed, the mobile app developed by Nik Software (a Google company). It’s currently available for iPhone and iPad, as well as Android devices and even on the web via Google+ Photos. The latest update to iOS and Android includes a new feature called HDR Scape, which really does a fabulous [...]


If You Have Battery Issues With Your iPhone 5s, Apple Will Replace It For Free

Let’s face it: the iPhone 5s is a big hit. Apple sold more than 9 million iPhones during the first weekend of sales in September. Maybe it’s the gold finish. Maybe it’s Touch ID. Perhaps it’s the better A7 64-bit processor. Or maybe it’s the improved camera. Most likely, it’s all of the above. However, [...]


App Review: Swell

With the advent of smartphones, we have the world’s knowledge at our fingertips. Unfortunately, these days, it seems a lot of that “knowledge” is stuff we may not be interested in (like the latest Miley Cyrus “drama”). Now, with Swell (available for iOS now and Android soon), use your smartphone to actually get smarter and [...]

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