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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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One Of The Breakout Movies At Sundance Was Filmed On An iPhone With An $8 App

File this one under “The technology in our pockets can make anyone famous with a little work.” One of the breakout hits at last month’s Sundance Film Festival in Utah was a movie called “Tangerine.” The film, is garnering praise not only for its content (which you can read about for yourself but the themes [...]

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Review: The New LinkedIn Job App is Simple and Effective

I’m just going to say it. I’ve been impressed with LinkedIn. On its way to irrelevancy just a few short years ago, they’ve really stepped up their act, becoming a go-to resource for staying connected to coworkers, movers and shakers in your industry. They’ve really stepped up their mobile app and their online presence, and [...]

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See for the Blind with This Helpful App

Once, when I was in college, I was invited to a school-sponsored lunch with a large group of other students. I joined a table and a conversation among four individuals, but I felt a little left out—they didn’t even acknowledge my presence! Well, come to find out, they were all blind. I learned all about [...]

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Facebooking at Work? It’s OK with Their New App

I would hazard to guess that you’re at work right now, reading this blog. Sure, it’s possible you’re reading at home, in the morning while sipping your coffee or in the evening in the after-dinner/before-bed hours. But when we’re all at work from eight to five, sitting in front of our computers, sometimes it’s impossible [...]

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[Video] 8 Years Ago This Week, Steve Jobs Announced the First iPhone

The very first iPhone didn’t officially go on sale until June 2007, but Steve Jobs first unveiled to the world in January of that year. In the clip above, you can watch the highlights. It’s fun to look back at how far we’ve come. As a refresher, the original iPhone, which many call the iPhone [...]

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We Can’t Believe How Many iPhones This Guy Tried Smuggling Into China on his Body

In mainland China, iPhones are an expensive commodity owned only by the rich. The 128 GB iPhone 6 Plus, Apple’s largest and most expensive device, retails for $1,255 in China, but the limited supply has driven the street price over $3,000. Each. Compare that with $949 here in the U.S. for some perspective. One entrepreneurial-minded [...]

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Find Out How Much Your Stuff is Worth With This

As adults, we accumulate a lot of stuff. Over years and years, we amass lots of little stuff (books, gadgets, clothing) and a few big things, too (couch, dining table, car, house). Wouldn’t you like to know how much your stuff is worth, not just for curiosity’s sake, but for that other adult stuff too, [...]

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Resolved to Organize Your Mobile Inbox? Try This!

Along with all the resolutions to eat healthy and hit the gym, there are just as many people who resolve to get their life organized, including yours truly. Now I’ve found one way to tackle this goal. Just a bit of background: Since I was given a work phone, I’m now responsible to keep up [...]

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