TickPick

Finally, a Better Way to Buy Event Tickets

Concerts. Theater. Sports. The events that make what would normally be a boring Tuesday night special and exciting. Too bad it’s a pain to buy tickets. When the fee charges seem to be more than the price of the ticket, there has to be a better way. Now, there is. TickPick is a website and [...]

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How Sad And Lonely Are Your Tweets?

We can say that we don’t really care if our status gets “liked” or our tweets get a lot of favorites, but we all care at least a little. It’s nice to know that somebody agrees, relates, or thinks you are funny. Sad Tweets goes through your tweets and shows you the ones that were [...]

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FCC Filing Points to Sony Xperia Z3 Coming Soon to T-Mobile USA

Sony’s making a pattern of refreshing their flagship Xperia Z line of smartphones twice each year. 2014 is showing to be no different. In January, we saw the introduction of the Xperia Z2 and beginning only a few months after, rumors started flying about the Z2′s successor: the Xperia Z3. While the Z2 has yet [...]

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New Pictures Leak of Moto 360 Confirming Wireless Charging and IP67 Waterproof Design

New photos have emerged confirming some new details for the upcoming Moto 360 smartwatch. While we still don’t have an official release date or firm price, we’re expecting to see the Moto 360 announced alongside the next iteration of the Moto X smartphone sometime this month or next. These new images confirm the Moto 360 [...]

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Get those Pictures Off Your iPhone for Good with This

How many pictures do you have saved on your phone? Hundreds? Thousands? And how many of those photos do you look at every day? Have you had to delete some of them to make room for an app for (gasp!) more photos? It doesn’t seem like we’re able to preserve our memories like we used [...]

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NFL

The NFL’s New Personalized Video Service And App Is A Must Have For Football Fans

NFL fans who are hungry for more ways to stay in touch with their team or the league in general have a great new source in a new service making its debut this week. The service is called NFL Now and is a personalized video service available both on the web, on mobile apps, and [...]

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A Dope Smuggling Drone Crashed Outside a Maximum Security Prison in South Carolina

We’ve seen unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), otherwise known as drones, used in countless ways. They’re big with photographers looking for a unique birds-eye perspective. They’re big with the military (obviously) in gathering intelligence covertly and delivering big booms not so covertly. One thing we hadn’t seen, until now, was a drone be used to smuggle [...]

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#ThrowbackThursday 5 Gadgets From Early Bond Movies That Are Now Commonplace

One of my favorite things about Spy Movies is the gadgets those spies get to use. It’s always on the cutting edge of technology or just great stuff that we can’t imagine actually being a real thing. So for today’s Throwback Thursday, here are 5 gadgets from early Bond movies that are now commonplace. 1. [...]

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#ThrowbackThursday for Tech Geeks: Video Games of the 1990s

After the incredible success of video games in the 1980s, things really took off in the next decade. In the 90s, we saw game franchises spring up that still produce hit titles to this day. Here’s a look at some of the most popular video games from that era. Mario Kart (1992) In the Mario [...]

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This Artful Google Project Will Keep You Entertained for Hours

Have you heard of the Google Cultural Institute? It’s pretty amazing. In true Google fashion, the search giant has partnered with hundreds of museums, cultural institutions, and archives to host the world’s cultural treasures online. But they decided, somewhere along the line, that just documenting the artwork in museums wasn’t enough. So they created the [...]

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