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Google, Cardboard, and Virtual Reality. Nope, This Isn’t a Riddle.

We all know Google is a little like your eccentric, rich aunt. Lots of random hobbies and lots of side projects to spend all that money on…some make sense, some are just out there, and some turn out to be super awesome. Google Cardboard is one of the awesome ones. Essentially, Google Cardboard is a [...]

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Billboard Will Start Including Streaming Data In Its Top 200 Chart

Billboard, the company that for decades has been the leader in providing information about which music is the most popular with its various charts, will make the largest change to its rating formula since 1991 with its announcement that streaming data will be included from now on. The New York Times reported details of the [...]

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How to Write in Kaomojis

Some people say that all our technological advances have actually limited communication among us. I disagree! There are more ways to communicate and express yourself than ever before. First, there was the phone. (Talking, ew. Boring.) Then there were e-mails and text messages. Then, emoticons, gifs, and emojis. Now, there are kaomojis. If you’re not [...]

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Shazam Has New Features For Google Play Unlimited And Mac Users

No need to pull out your phone when you hear a great song if you are already on your computer. Shazam for Mac will do the work for you. This app actually runs in the background and will be ready with the information you need in a moments notice. I get a lot of music [...]

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These 5 Apps Will Get Your Productivity on Track

Let’s face it. Phones have become one of our biggest distractions in life. Between Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, text messages, and a slew of other time suckers, if can be difficult to stay focused on your real-time tasks—you know, those ones you get paid to do. Luckily, a slew of iPhone and Android apps are [...]

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The Achilles’ Heel of Amazon Fire Phone: No Google Apps and No Google Play Store

Last week, Amazon announced its first foray into the cutthroat world of smartphones: the Fire Phone (check out James’ article for the details). It runs exclusively on AT&T’s network here in the States, it packs a 13 MP camera, a quad-core processor, and high-def display. On the hardware specs side of things, it’s a solid [...]

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NFC Buttons For Your Android

I’m a big fan of using NFC to make everyday tasks easier. I have been using NFC tags for a while now, but I don’t have any that I take with me when I’m out and about. DIMPLE has created a sticker that attaches to your phone or tablet. Each sticker has 4 buttons that [...]

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[Deal Alert] Google Slashes Price Of GP Edition Sony Z Ultra By $200

When you need a monster sized phone to fit your monster sized hands, you’ll quickly look to the Galaxy Note lineup or a few of the other phablet choices that are popping up everywhere these days. One solid contender for your money: the Sony Z Ultra, now on sale for $449 completely unlocked and contract [...]

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[Rumor] Google Doing Away With Nexus Program; Replacing With ‘Android Silver’

Rumors have been building for a while that the Google Nexus program – the initiative that brings high-performance, low-cost Android phones and tablets to the public free of carrier regulation – may be on the chopping block in Mountain View. The rumors suggest a new initiative called ‘Android Silver’ will begin next year, with Google [...]

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This App Is Basically Snapchat For Texts, Once Read, They Disappear

With so much written communication in our society today, it is easy to understand why some people are concerned about their words being used against them. Whether it is discussing confidential information or everyday gossip, having written proof or documentation should be avoided. Confide is an app that solves this problem. Like Snapchat, once your [...]

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