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Video: How to Use Snapseed for Android, iPhone, and iPad to Bring Your Mobile Photos to Life

I get a lot of questions about how to produce the best photos just using a smartphone. Whether you’re on iOS or Android, my favorite go-to app is Snapseed, which was originally developed by Nik Software, a leader in the desktop imaging space. Nik is now owned by Google, and Snapseed is a free download [...]

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Click Your Heels, Summon a Cab? It’ll Be Possible With This

Wearable technology is getting pretty elaborate, and it seems there’s something for everyone. But if you think back, Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz had a great piece of wearable tech, and she didn’t even know it. Those ruby slippers and the slick three-clicks-and-I’m-home trick she did was pretty impressive. Well, iStrategyLabs must’ve thought so [...]

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This Innovative Running App Will Change Your Pace

You’ve got the phone. You’ve got the headphones. You’ve got the armband, the running shoes, and the motivation. Now, all you need is the right set of tunes and you’ll be on your way. You pull up your playlists and purchased tunes. Hm. Katy Perry or Lady Gaga? Or maybe just a Pandora station you [...]

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Facebook’s New App Brings Back the Old Chat Rooms…With a Personalized Twist

If there’s one thing you can say about Facebook, it’s this: it never remains the same. It’s changed the way we connect with others, and it’s changed the way we waste time at work. But Facebook is continuing its innovations outside of the web and mobile application its known for and entering new territory with [...]

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iOS 8.1 is Available Now – Here’s Everything That’s New and How to Get It

Today as promised, Apple pushed iOS 8.1 for iPhone and iPad users. The software update includes a slew of bug fixes from versions 8.0.1 and 8.0.2, and also several new features. You can find the full changelog below. However, there are a couple notable features that stand out, and ones we’ve been looking forward to [...]

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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 [...]

Google Now vs. Siri vs. Cortana: Which Answers Questions Best? [VIDEO]

Google Now vs. Siri vs. Cortana: Which Answers Questions Best? [VIDEO]

Whether you have an Android, iPhone, or Windows Phone, chances are you’ve used one of the personal assistants to answer a question before, be it serious or a joke. Google Now, Siri, and Cortana on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone devices respectively, each offer a different flavor of response to users’ queries for information. Which [...]

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Sticky Notes For The Digital Age

Meetings. We all have them. Some are great…others are abhorrent. But the good ones feel productive and collaborative, and they usually end up with tons of ideas being shared, talked about, and written down. But what happens after that? Usually, a few more meetings about the same stuff, because no one can remember what was [...]

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This App Syncs The Tempo Of Your Music With The Pace Of Your Workout

For the past two years or so, running has been my workout of choice. For me, one of the challenges of running though is the repetition, that is, how do I keep the workouts interesting and fresh? Sure, you can try new routes, but there is some comfort in running the same route: You know [...]

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Apple Makes It More Difficult To Sell Stolen iOS Devices

If you’ve ever lost one of your mobile devices, or had one stolen, you know the sick feeling you get in the pit of your stomach. That feeling is so bad, that if you’re ever buying a used mobile device from someone, you might want to go a few extra steps to make sure you’re [...]

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