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FireChat App Lets You Chat With Anyone Nearby, No Internet Connection Necessary

Just when you thought the world had enough messaging services, a new one appears, and it’s actually getting a lot of attention. Not so much because it’s a messaging app, but more about how it works, what it enables, and the technology behind it. FireChat is basically what would happen if you combined Chatroulette and [...]

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[App Review] Photographers: Plan For Better Pictures With PhotoPills

Whether you’re in a familiar location or on the other side of the world, you want to be most efficient in planning times and locations for when to capture the best photos. If you’ve been keeping up with me on Twitter, you know I’m currently on a backpacking trip around the world. I’m shooting mostly [...]

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This App Uses iBeacons To Take Classroom Attendance

A new app for iOS could be used by schools that embrace technology to help keep track of where students are located and whether they are attending class. The app is called BeHere and utilizes Apple’s Bluetooth-powered iBeacon technology to identify students and understand whether those students are attending class or not. 9to5Mac.com has full [...]

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Microsoft Office Comes To iPad And Android

Since the iPad was first introduced in 2010, it’s been difficult for most to use as a production tool. Lots of us still rely on our computers for the heavy lifting and day to day tasks. We think of tablets more as consumption devices since they’re easy to cuddle up with on the couch. While [...]

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Apple Has Sold More Than Half A Billion iPhones To Date

We’ve been waiting for this milestone for some time now, and analysts have projected sales estimates that indicate Apple has crossed the 500 million iPhones marker. At the end of Q4 2013, confirmed numbers showed 472 million iPhones had been sold. With a forecasted sales of 38-42 million iPhones for Q1 2014, it’s surely happened [...]

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Remember Crazy Taxi? It’s Now Available On Android And iOS

If you spent any time in an arcade growing up, you’re bound to remember Crazy Taxi. Drop in a quarter, hit the gas, pick up your fares, get them to their destination, and try not to run over the pedestrians in the process. For a limited time, SEGA is offering Crazy Taxi on both iOS [...]

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How Does Uber’s Surge Pricing Work?

Popular ride sharing app Uber has come under fire several times over the past year because of one of the central features of the technology: price surging. Price surging for Uber is what happens when there are too many people request rides in a certain area of an Uber market. For those unfamiliar with Uber, [...]

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Hands On: Sony Smart Remote Control App For Sony Cameras Is Brilliant [Video]

Recently, I decided to let go of my trusty Sony NEX-7 and picked up the new Sony A7 mirror-less camera. I’d been wanting to switch to a full-frame camera for some time, and the A7 fit the bill for what I was looking for. One of the features I was looking forward to trying out: [...]

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Explained: How Does Apple TV Work?

If you’ve ever wondered how Apple TV works, we’ve got answers for you. The streaming media box that connects to your TV is really nothing more than a stripped down iPhone without a screen. It runs Apple’s A5 processor, the same as the iPhone 4S and iPad 2. It runs a modified version of iOS, [...]

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Bellabeat Lets Expecting Mothers Listen To Their Unborn Baby’s Heartbeat via Smartphone

In the ever-expanding realm of smartphone app-powered hardware, we have yet another contender for your dollars: a fetal heart rate monitor. The $129 Bellabeat Connected System is a gadget that, when used with its corresponding iPhone or Android app, lets expecting mothers listen to their baby’s heartbeat in the womb. Not only can you listen [...]

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