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This Smart Kettle Texts You When Your Water’s Boiling

You know what they say: a watched pot never boils. But with the iKettle, there’s no need to watch; it’ll shoot you a text when it’s ready. This is just one of the many features of this smart-kettle—it connects to your Wi-Fi network and works with a mobile app giving you complete control over all [...]

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Snapseed For iOS And Android Gets Major Update — Still The Best Photo Editor Available

I’m a huge fan of Snapseed, the mobile app developed by Nik Software (a Google company). It’s currently available for iPhone and iPad, as well as Android devices and even on the web via Google+ Photos. The latest update to iOS and Android includes a new feature called HDR Scape, which really does a fabulous [...]

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How To Prank Someone With A Prank Trimmer App [VIDEO]

There are a few prank trimmer apps available for iPhone and Android [iPhone] [Android]. The apps simply play the sound of an electric hair trimmer. When used properly, it’s an excellent tool for pulling pranks. Watch the video above to see it in action.

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How To Hide Bitstrips From Your Facebook News Feed

Seemingly out of nowhere, cartoon photos from an app called Bitstrips have taken over our Facebook News Feeds. While some of your comedic friends might have some clever Bits, there’s an easy way to hide them all at once, without missing other posts from your pals. Hint: this tip works for other apps that overload [...]

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Fascinating Video: Someone Recreated iOS 7 Using Microsoft Word

You gotta hand it to Vaclav Krejci — he has some incredible skills with a word processor. In this fast action video, he recreates a near perfect replica of the iOS 7 home screen using nothing but Microsoft Word, including the icons, text, background, and status bar, as well as a rendering of an iPhone [...]

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How Many Apps Are In The App Store? (2013)

While the correct answer for this question changes every single day, this post attempts to put into perspective the sheer size of Apple’s App Store. These figures are current as of today, October 9, 2013. Total Number of Active Apps (available for download): 849,813 Total Number of Inactive Apps (not available for download): 368,422 Combine [...]

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Instagram Officially Announces Ads Showing Up In Your Feed

Today, on Instagram’s blog, under the title “Instagram as a Growing Business,”  it was announced that ads will begin showing up in our feeds. Claiming that Instagram has big plans for the future, they’ve stated that it’s time to make a sustainable business. This means advertisers will be allowed to pay to have their content [...]

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58% Of Members Of The U.S. House Of Representatives Have An iPhone, 23% Have A BlackBerry

NBC News did a feature last week about the smartphone preferences of members of Congress. Specifically, they looked at which OS the House of Representatives used most. Part of the results were predictable, while another part might surprise you. Both Democrats and Republicans favorited the iPhone by a large margin. No big surprise there. What [...]

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NYPD Asks Citizens To Upgrade To iOS 7

iOS 7 has been out for a few weeks now, and already the New York Police Department is encouraging residents to upgrade with flyers like the one above. Part of the update includes enhanced security features, which the NYPD points out specifically, including the requirement that in order to reset a phone, a user must [...]

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Here’s How The New Instagram Design Compares To The Old One [Side-By-Side Photos]

Today, Instagram released an update to conform to Apple’s iOS 7 look. To make it feel more “at home on your phone” Instagram has streamlined their design to make images larger and content really stand out. About the update, Instagram says, With the introduction of iOS 7 and its emphasis on clarity, we were excited [...]

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