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This Ultimate Productivity Bundle Has Life Changing Potential

I’ve been writing a lot these past few weeks about the New Year and getting things off to a great start. I love the idea of a fresh start and doing better than before. Apparently, so does Pocket. “Pocket has teamed up with Evernote, Wunderlist, and LastPass to bring you The Productivity Pack along with a bonus gift [...]

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These Strawberry Shortcake Android Games Might Buy You Some Quiet Time From The Kids

Let’s be honest. One of the most useful things about our phones and tablets is being able to keep kids quiet and occupied for extended periods of time. Now, I’m not advocating for keeping a kid quiet by having them stare at a tablet for 5 hours, but I do know how useful this can [...]

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This Video Chat App Lets Your Talk With Up To 12 Friends At One Time

Video chatting on mobile devices is nothing new. Facetime. Google Hangouts. Skype. There’s a lot of players in the market. Rounds is different, though, in that it allows users to not just chat with one friend, but up to 12 at a single time. And this week, the Israel-based company announced that it had raised [...]

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See for the Blind with This Helpful App

Once, when I was in college, I was invited to a school-sponsored lunch with a large group of other students. I joined a table and a conversation among four individuals, but I felt a little left out—they didn’t even acknowledge my presence! Well, come to find out, they were all blind. I learned all about [...]

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Facebooking at Work? It’s OK with Their New App

I would hazard to guess that you’re at work right now, reading this blog. Sure, it’s possible you’re reading at home, in the morning while sipping your coffee or in the evening in the after-dinner/before-bed hours. But when we’re all at work from eight to five, sitting in front of our computers, sometimes it’s impossible [...]

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Google’s Visual Translation Service Word Lens Is Now Part Of ‘Translate’ App

Last year, Google acquired a company called Quest Visual whose business was using mobile devices to translate text that you’d find in real life — that is, you could use your camera to view a photo of a street sign in a foreign language, and the words would be translated on your device’s screen. Google [...]

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[Video] 8 Years Ago This Week, Steve Jobs Announced the First iPhone

The very first iPhone didn’t officially go on sale until June 2007, but Steve Jobs first unveiled to the world in January of that year. In the clip above, you can watch the highlights. It’s fun to look back at how far we’ve come. As a refresher, the original iPhone, which many call the iPhone [...]

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We Can’t Believe How Many iPhones This Guy Tried Smuggling Into China on his Body

In mainland China, iPhones are an expensive commodity owned only by the rich. The 128 GB iPhone 6 Plus, Apple’s largest and most expensive device, retails for $1,255 in China, but the limited supply has driven the street price over $3,000. Each. Compare that with $949 here in the U.S. for some perspective. One entrepreneurial-minded [...]

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CES 2015: ZAGG Speaker Case and Pocket Keyboard Are Winners at CES!

Last week, I did a rundown on some exciting product announcements that had come out of CES. Just as many, if not more happened after that post, so I wanted to do a follow up. We won some pretty sweet awards for two of our newest products, and with all the work our team has [...]

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Oregon Trail and Carmen San Diego are Available Online and There Goes Your Monday

There are a lot of very exciting things happening in the video game world right now. If you went to CES or have seen any footage, I’m sure you’re excited about the new technology that we’ve got coming our way. But what about the old stuff? What about those old classics that don’t have realistic [...]

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