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Unlimited Books On Your Mobile Devices Is More Affordable Than You Think

Earlier this week Amazon announced Kindle Unlimited. For $9.99/month you get unlimited access to 600,000 titles and thousands of audio books. With the millions of books that Amazon has access to, it is noteworthy that this unlimited deal is only giving you access to 600,000 of them. If you have a Kindle, you may have [...]

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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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49ers Build Stadium Suitable For Silicon Valley

Levi’s Stadium, the new home for the San Francisco 49ers, opened their doors to the general public this past weekend and revealed a very tech friendly sporting venue. The 68,000+ seated stadium boasts the fastest and most accessible wifi that we have seen in any another sporting complex; 1,000 access points scattered throughout the stadium [...]

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This Antenna Allows Smartphones To Text Even When There Is No Cellular Signal

A New York City company is selling a small antenna-like gadget that will pair with smartphones to create a long-range wireless network for sharing text messages and GPS coordinates even in areas where cellular of WiFi service is non-existent. goTenna is the name of the company and the device that goTenna founders hope will become [...]

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Strava Now Supports Android Wear

The Running/Cycling App that we all love has just received it’s newest update and now supports Android Wear. During your ride, you have a quick view of your stats, and can start/stop your activity by hand or voice activation. This update also introduces Routes. You can download routes others have posted or save your own [...]

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Ladies: Who Needs a Smart Watch When You Can Have This?

Wearable tech got you down? If you want to stay connected but don’t want to be tethered to a clunky smart watch, may I suggest Ringly: a classy way to get the notifications you need without distracting you from the real world right in front of you. The concept is simple: these stylish rings connect [...]

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Save Time, Money, And Energy With Smart Appliances

Home appliances are getting a lot smarter. Our refrigerator can update our grocery list and the house can call us when a fire alarm goes off. Smart appliances are useful and fun, but can also be a hassle. You could have 5 or 6 different apps with different controls, settings, and notifications. At some point, [...]

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Fact: Facebook is Better at Facial Recognition Than the FBI

It’s a strange world we live in when a social network is better at identifying criminals than the most powerful law enforcement agency in the country. Not just a little bit better, either. Here’s what’s going on. This summer, the FBI is launching its new facial recognition technology, which it calls NGI (Next Generation Identification). [...]

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New Gmail Hack Let’s You Send Emails In The Future

How often do you send a message with an important time sensitive question, but forget that you haven’t gotten an answer until it’s too late? Or, you remember right now that you should email that person, but you don’t think you should send it at 4am. Sometimes, you just need to be able to schedule [...]

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Make Money By Creating A Walking Tour Of Your Neighborhood

Last summer I reviewed Stray Boots. It’s a walking tour/scavenger hunt app that creates a fun way to explore home or a new city. I’ve been on several tours since my first time using it, and it’s always been a fun and interesting experience. Now, along with the growing list of tours and cities, Stray [...]

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