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Our Favorite Email App, Evomail, Gets Revamped From The Ground Up For iOS 7

I’ve written on several occasions about Evomail, a native email client for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. It’s sleek, it’s modern, it’s user friendly, and cram packed full of features to help you be productive. I much prefer it over Apple’s Mail app that comes pre-loaded out of the box, and I’ve called it [...]

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Original iPhone Prototype Sold For $1,500

A rare original iPhone prototype sold on eBay earlier this week for $1,499. It was listed by a seller in Australia claiming it’s one of only 5 in existence. A similar device had been listed on eBay a few weeks before, but the auction was pulled mysteriously and the item no longer listed for sale. [...]

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Tim Cook Promises Big Year For Apple In 2014

Not that we’d expect him to say anything different, but Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote a note to employees thanking them for their efforts in 2013 and promising a “big year” in 2014. Obviously, he didn’t give any specific plans or products, but come to think of it, 2013 was a fairly quiet year. The [...]

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Scribd: Netflix for Books

Don’t know what to get the book worm on your Christmas list? How about a monthly subscription to Scribd, an online database of more than 40 million books and documents? Better than just one book you think they might like, Scribd is a book lover’s smorgashborg, with an unlimited number of books, papers, research, and [...]

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Use iMessage from Takeoff to Landing on Southwest Airlines Flights for Just $2 Bucks

Good news for those of you who travel with Southwest Airlines: for just $2 bucks, the airline will enable iMessage on your iPhone or iPad (running iOS 5 or later) so you can keep in touch with your friends, family, and co-workers from gate to gate. If your flight is a short one, it might [...]

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Taxi? There’s An App To Help You Find Your Next Ride: TaxiMe

It’s always difficult for me to figure out the ride situation when I want to get home from the bar at 2:00 a.m. but no one in my group of friends was responsible enough to think ahead and order a Diet Coke. I never seem to have the taxi information saved on my phone and [...]

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iPhone Thief Writes Contact List From Victim’s Phone And Mails It To Him

It’s the unfortunate world we live in: thieves don’t think twice about swiping your gadgets and reselling them for truck loads of cash. How much, you ask? Last year, it’s estimated that consumer spent more than $30 billion replacing stolen devices. However, one thief went to great lengths to make his crime a little less [...]

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Google’s Chairman Gives A Roadmap For Switching From iPhone To Android

Gone are the days of one smartphone operating system being largely better than another. Both Android and iOS have evolved into excellent platforms, each with strong points for particular types of users. If you want something simple and intuitive, iOS is an excellent choice. If you want something more robust with expanded options, Android is [...]

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A Smartphone Camera Remote That Makes Sure Everyone Is In the Shot

As the cameras on our phones get better and better, many of us are less likely to carry our point and shoot camera with us as well.  Then it comes to the point of wanting to take a picture or yourself or the whole group, and you’re stuck with only your camera.  The Muku Shuttr [...]

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Professional Style Lighting You Can Carry In Your Pocket

Technology today has turned all of us into professional photographers and videographers.  Armed with iPhones and imagination, we are in a world of digital creativity.  Kick, from Rift Labs, is a gadget designed to take our projects to the next level.  It is a small “pocket sized lighting studio” capable of a variety of effects. [...]

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