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Shots Fired! Well Played Samsung

We love the back and forth rivalry between Samsung and Apple. Both Android and iOS (as well as their respective devices) have matured to the point that there’s little difference between them for the average consumer. It all comes down to a matter of personal preference these days. The latest ad for Samsung’s Galaxy Tab [...]

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Taco Bell’s New App Will Let You Order From Your Smartphone

More than a few restaurants have mobile apps that enable you to place your pick up or delivery order on your smartphone. Chipotle and Pizza Hut are two examples that I have on my own phone and use somewhat regularly. A recent study by NRN found that 74% of respondents between age 18 and 34 [...]

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How Do I Get A Date On Tinder?

It’s one of the hottest dating apps on the market today. If you’re single, or know someone who is single, then Tinder has probably been part of a conversation you’ve had recently. But how does Tinder work, exactly? How do you start using Tinder? To start using Tinder, one simply needs to download the free [...]

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These Are The First Leaked Photos Of iPhone 6

Well folks, it’s that time again. The Apple rumor mill has sprung its first leak in anticipation of the next iPhone, what many believe will be called the iPhone 6. These images come via an anonymous Twitter user, @mornray886, who tweeted them yesterday afternoon. The photos purportedly show an iPhone 6 from various angles, including [...]

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Why Flappy Bird Was Deleted From The App Store

The top free game for both iOS and Android was, until earlier this week, held by Flappy Bird, a game designed by Vietnamese indie game developer Doug Nguyen. It amassed a huge following before abruptly being removed from the App Store and Play Store. The big question everyone seems to be asking: why? Two things [...]

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Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Wants To Make An Android Phone

When you think about the smartphone market, you think of the two dominant platforms: Apple’s iPhone, powered by iOS, and Google’s Android. You think of them separately because as of right now, that’s what they are. But what if, let’s say, Apple made an iPhone that ran Android? Let your mind wonder about that for [...]

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Our Favorite Email App, Evomail+, Gets Even Better

A fine wine or a great whiskey only gets better with time. The longer they sit, the more they’re able to absorb the flavors of the wooden barrel they’re stored in, which adds complexity to their taste. I’m only using this analogy in relation to Evomail+, our favorite email app, because I’m sipping one as [...]

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Viral Video: Here’s Apple’s Unaired Super Bowl Ad, Shot Entirely With An iPhone

On January 24, 2014, Apple sent out 15 different teams to 5 different continents around the globe to document how real people use Apple’s products in their day to day lives. They took one video recording device with them: the iPhone 5s. Over 70 hours of video footage was recorded that day, and the results [...]

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How To: Create Custom Maps With Google Maps

For all those times you need to create customized maps with specific points of interest, stops along a route, or numerous locations, Google Maps Engine is a dream come true. It’s been around for a while, but I thought I’d take the time to give you a simple tutorial on using it. I’m working on [...]

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Waiting for a Bigger iPhone? You Might Get One This Year.

The newest iPhone rumor is really just a rehashing of murmurings we’ve been hearing for a little while now: Apple will produce two larger iPhones in 2014: one with a 4.7-inch display and one with a 5.7-inch display. Currently, Apple sells the iPhone 4S with a 3.5-inch display and the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s [...]