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QMote Is A Simple, Programmable Smart Remote For Your Mobile Devices

Think about the things your mobile device can do that you might want to control (or already do control) with some type of remote. Most smartphone headphones have remote controls for volume, skipping songs, or initiating a voice command feature like Siri, but there may be a host of other tasks your device could perform [...]

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Digital Driver’s Licenses Could Be a Real Thing Next Year

Driver’s licenses are kind of important. They don’t just allow you to operate a half-ton vehicle on public highways going 65 miles an hour. They also let you travel to places you’ve never been; get you into bars with your friends; and are frequently utilized as evidence of your ability to work and exist in [...]

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Google Now Just Got a Whole Lot Smarter

It seems Google has realized it can’t do it all (GASP!)—so it’s getting some help from the other useful apps you have on your phone. Google Now is utilizing its feature called “cards” and integrating them with information pulled from other apps you’ve already downloaded. (Want to get Google Now? Download the Google App for [...]

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What’s Up with Snapchat’s New Discover feature?

On January 27, I got a message from Snapchat that simply had me go to the App Store to download a new update. I had no idea what I was getting into—or, should I say, what Snapchat was getting into. Turns out, Snapchat has updated its app to include a Discover feature. Team Snapchat says, [...]

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Law Enforcement Officials Say This Popular Navigation App Could Hurt Police Officers

Waze is a popular mobile navigation app that we here at ZAGGblog have written about extensively over the years. The Google-owned app is in the news this week, however, because some law enforcement officials are asking for one of the most popular features of the app to be disabled, citing the safety of police officers. [...]

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Control Your Music Without Touching Your Device

The invention of the personal mp3 player made the entire world realize something we really knew for years: music makes everything better. Going for a run? Skiing the slopes? Roller skating at the park? Music will make all of these activities at least five times better. At least. Unfortunately, these activities undoubtedly come with their [...]

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HTC Will Unveil Their Next Flagship Smartphone March 1 at MWC

HTC has sent out press invites for a big announcement the company has planned at Mobile World Congress this year. This announcement comes just shy of a year from when the company announced the current flagship, the One M8. While the exact specifications of the new phone are anybody’s guess, we can actually make a [...]

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Run a Small Business? Keep an Eye on Your Competitors with This

My day job is at a NYSE-traded company. They began their social media efforts eight years ago with one guy, and today, that guy has built an entire department. They manage SEO, a corporate blog, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn content, along with Pinterest and Instagram. They’re constantly in touch with our consumers. And so are our [...]

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Google’s Visual Translation Service Word Lens Is Now Part Of ‘Translate’ App

Last year, Google acquired a company called Quest Visual whose business was using mobile devices to translate text that you’d find in real life — that is, you could use your camera to view a photo of a street sign in a foreign language, and the words would be translated on your device’s screen. Google [...]

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CES 2015: Sony is Bringing Back the Walkman — But Can You Afford it?

What you’re looking at is a premium music player designed by a premium brand for audiophiles with premium and discerning taste. This is the $1,120 Sony Walkman ZX2, the follow-up to the original ZX1. It focuses on one thing: delivering high-fidelity audio in a compact package. Sony calls it “the fruit of continuous refinement in [...]

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