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Good News: Facebook Will Start Punishing Those Annoying Pages That Beg For Likes And Shares

We’ve all seen them, and we’ve all been annoyed by them. Yet, they never seem to go away. “They” being the brands, organizations, people, and anonymous viral content Facebook Pages that beg you to engage with them via a ‘Like’ or a ‘Share.’ Facebook just last week announced that it’s going to begin penalizing these [...]

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Sprint Has A New Phone Just For Kids Called The “WeGo”

With the goal of bringing connectivity to kids and peace of mind to parents, Sprint just announced the WeGo phone for kids. It’s available in most Sprint stores nationwide for $0 down and 24 monthly installment payments of $5. You can also buy it outright for $120. The phone is what most of us would [...]

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Google Beefing Up Android Security; Update Continually Checks For Malware

If there’s one thing Android gets a bad rap for, it’s security. It doesn’t seem like there’s a week that goes by that we’re not seeing reports of some app in the Play Store being discovered for containing malware or a virus of some sort, out to steal your personal info. In 2012, Google started [...]

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A New Subscription Service Gives New Yorkers Unlimited Coffee For $45/month

It seems like there’s a subscription service for just about everything these days, doesn’t it? Music, movies, games, razor blades, clothes, female hygiene products, and now — coffee. A New York City start-up called ‘Cups’ is partnering with independent local coffee shops to give you unlimited coffee every month for as low as $45 bucks. [...]

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Nikon’s Next CoolPix Point And Shoot Camera Powered By Android; Coming In May For $350

Digital cameras powered by Android. The idea isn’t anything new and there have been several before now, but that shouldn’t stop one of the top digital imaging companies from throwing another hat in the ring, right? Nikon’s latest Android-powered point and shoot camera, the CoolPix S810C, is coming in May and will retail for $349. [...]

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Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Sales Doubled Those Of The Galaxy S4

Samsung just launched its newest version of its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, on Friday and already it has beat it’s predecessor in launch day sales. The GS5, which launched in 150 countries, is also reportedly sold out in numerous global markets. Although Samsung has not confirmed launch-day sales, the report quoted a spokesperson saying [...]

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[Deal Alert] T-Mobile Offering LTE iPads For WiFi-only Price; 1 GB Free Data Every Month For 2014

2013 was the year of T-Mobile. They rocked the wireless industry with their “UnCarrier” moves, and it’s had a lasting effect, drawing in thousands of new customers. They aren’t resting on their laurels though, and they’re continuing to make bold moves in 2014. The latest: subsidizing the LTE models of the iPad and selling it [...]

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Surprise: Study Finds That Too Much Facebook Use Causes Depression

You can’t say you didn’t see this one coming. Maybe you’ve already noticed it about yourself or other people in your life. It seems like every day, someone I know is “taking a break” from Facebook and deleting their account for a while. A new study published by two psychologists at the University of Innsbruck [...]

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Were Your Favorite Sites Affected By The Heartbleed Bug?

Yesterday, an encryption flaw called the Heartbleed bug, affected many popular websites and services most people use on a daily basis. Some of these sites include Gmail and Facebook. The bug could have exposed your sensitive account information such as passwords and credit card information. Security researchers discovered this vulnerability in OpenSSL, the cryptographic software [...]

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Adobe Makes Lightroom For iPad Official; Not Everything We Hoped For

After months of speculation and a few leaked screenshots, Adobe has finally pulled the veil off the long-anticipated Lightroom app for iPad. It’s a free download in the iOS App Store for current Creative Cloud subscribers. That’s the first catch, actually — you can’t just buy Lightroom for iPad straight away; you have to have [...]

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