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CONTEST: Share Your Phone’s Home Screen for a Chance to Win a $20 ZAGG Gift Card

According to Nielsen, at the end of 2013, the average consumer has 27 third-party apps downloaded and installed on their smartphone. Of those, you’ll find games, productivity tools, apps for music and video streaming, budgeting and mobile banking apps, and more. The home screen on your phone — specifically the first one — is the [...]

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Your Kids Will Be Excited: Google Has Updated its ‘Santa Tracker’ Website and Apps

Just in time for the holidays, Google has updated the Santa Tracker website and mobile apps. Well, the Android version anyway. There isn’t currently a version of the app available for iPhone users. Each day closer to Christmas, you’ll be able to check back to see the progress of Santa and the reindeer as they [...]

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How to Make Planning Parties Easy with WePopp

I love planning, but I hate planning parties. You have to take into consideration so many different factors! Who are you inviting? What kind of parties do they like? Small and intimate or large and loud? What date works best for everyone? Should you go out or stay in? It’s enough to make my head [...]

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Iowa Wants to Put Your Drivers License on Your Smartphone, But is it Really a Good Idea?

Back in September, we told you about the 31 states that currently accept digital versions of vehicle proof of insurance cards right on your smartphone. If you find yourself on the side of the road with the berries and cherries behind you, it’s easy enough to provide a current insurance card with any of the [...]

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How to Block Numbers and Texts

Sometimes people need to be blocked. Even though it’s more difficult in real life (especially if you’d like to avoid a family member or a coworker), there are ways to block phone numbers and texts in iOS and Android devices. iOS To block someone you know: Select the Phone icon (like you’re going to place [...]

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This 16 Year Old New Jersey Kid Made $300k Trading Penny Stocks From His iPhone

This isn’t a how-to guide. In fact, you should probably avoid trying this at home. Stories like Conner Bruggemann’s are the exception, not the norm. Now that we have that out of the way, let’s talk about the fun stuff. — You’re 16 years old. You’ve just started your junior year of high school. For the [...]

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Hotels Now Have a New Trick, Thanks to This Startup

Thanks to the Internet, booking hotel reservations is easier than ever. Canceling them, however, has always been a pain, and sometimes, you get stuck paying a fee or paying for the room itself, even if you weren’t able to enjoy it. This is changing though, with the start of a new service called Roomer. Roomer [...]

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Twitter is Indexing Every Tweet—Ever

Since the first tweet on March 21, 2006, there have been literally hundreds of billions of tweets sent from millions of people all over the world. These tweets have been mundane and inspiring, serious and seriously funny. But after a week or so, they become difficult to find. Well, now, Twitter is making all of [...]

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Don’t Just Make Your Home Smart—Make it Brilliant

Back in July, we told you about how you could make your home smarter by using a system called Wink. Back then, it was summer…I don’t know if you remember, but it was warm, and your movements throughout the day centered around if the place you were going had air conditioning. And that’s why we [...]

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These Dating Apps Are For People Who Want More Than Tinder

Tinder is the dating app that has taken the world by storm, letting men and women “swipe left” if they’re not interested in each other, and “swipe right” if they are interested in each other, and has become a part of mainstream pop culture. But for people who are serious about dating, or aren’t ready [...]

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