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Nest Thermostat May Soon Be Sold On Google Play

April 22, 2014 | 1

Google acquired the company behind the Nest learning thermostat in January of this year and now it appears as though the company will begin to sell the device on its Google Play store. For a short period of time Monday … Read More

WikiPlaces iPhone App Review: Useful Travel Reference

April 21, 2014 |

WikiPlaces is an iPhone app developed by mifki. WikiPlaces gives you mobile access to Wikimapia.org, a collaborative mapping project.

WikiPlaces (and by extension, Wikimapia) is dedicated to providing descriptions of every notable site on the planet. To date, over 20 … Read More

More People Are Cutting The Cord, Especially Netflix Subscribers

April 21, 2014 |

Cord cutters–those that have gotten rid of their cable or satellite TV subscriptions–are becoming more and more common every year. A new report from Experian Marketing Services shows that while the overall percentage of cord cutting households has risen, the … Read More

Apple Focuses On Its Green Thumb With ‘Better’ Ad

April 21, 2014 |

Apple has released a new 90 second ad called ‘Better’ which deals with the company’s efforts to become eco-friendly and more sustainable overall. CEO Tim Cook narrates the advertisement–something that Steve Jobs only did a few times–while clips of the … Read More

Samsung’s Innovation Museum Celebrates 45 Years Of Samsung

April 21, 2014 |

Samsung has opened an Innovation Museum in Suwon, South Korea in order to celebrate its 45th anniversary. Though you’d expect the museum to be focused entirely on how great Samsung is and how far it has come, the museum–which is … Read More

Aereo To Fight Legal Battle Tuesday

April 21, 2014 |

Aereo, a live TV streaming service, will be fighting back against lawsuits in the Supreme Court on Tuesday. Aereo is going up against broadcasting companies and possibly even the US Government, both of which think that capturing over-the-air TV signals … Read More

TidyUp! iPad Game Review: Perfect For Small Children

April 21, 2014 |

TidyUp! is an iPad game developed by Wirenode s.r.o. / 2014 TobiGames.com. If you need an iPad app to entertain your small children, this is a solid choice.

TidyUp! helps parents to introduce good habits to their kids at a … Read More

iShowU Studio Mac App Review: Video Capture & Editing

April 21, 2014 |

iShowU Studio is a Mac App developed by shinywhitebox, a small internet based product development company founded in early 2006 by Neil Clayton.

This Mac App is part screen recorder, part video editor, and more than just “part” awesome. If … Read More

iSkysoft Video Converter for Mac App Review

April 20, 2014 |

iSkysoft Video Converter for Mac is a Mac App developed by iSkysoft. This app is a powerful video converter that allows you to convert more than 70 popular video/audio formats.

iSkysoft Video Converter for Mac has great functionality. You can … Read More

Epica iPhone App Review: Make Silly Pictures

April 20, 2014 |

Epica is an iPhone app developed by Wanman Inc. Featured on the Top 20 list of bestselling apps across ten different countries, this photography app is ideal for people who like to take memorable or funny photographs.

You can use … Read More

Edifier e25 Luna Eclipse 2.0 Review

April 20, 2014 | 2

With a mix of futuristic style and acceptable sound quality, the Edifier e25 Luna Eclipse desktop speakers are quite interesting. For $199.00, they do sound pretty good and they also have great style (in our opinion) but that doesn’t mean … Read More

40 Steve Jobs Quotes: Freaky, Fun, Inspiringly Rude Words of Wisdom

April 19, 2014 |

Back in the day, people would line up and sleep outside in the cold just to hear Steve Jobs talk, well, about just anything and he rarely disappointed, turning any product into marketing gold. And, Tapscape has the Steve … Read More

Beats Music enables in-app subscriptions

April 19, 2014 |

Beats Music has taken to employing a new method for their iOS App in an attempt to boost subscribers. With an update to the iOS App on Friday, Beats Music, the music streaming radio service from Beats (yes the … Read More

Samsung Milk Music Basic Will Include Ads

April 18, 2014 |

Samsung Milk Music, the company’s music streaming service for Galaxy devices, will soon be updated to include basic and premium versions of the service. Since Milk was launched last month, the streaming service has been the same for everyone which … Read More

Google Glass Try-On Program Confirmed

April 18, 2014 |

Google is trying to get as many people as possible to provide feedback on Google Glass prior to a public launch and that is particularly true now that the company has confirmed a new pilot program.

Glass will now be … Read More

LinkedIn Reaches 300 Million Users

April 18, 2014 |

LinkedIn has reached one of the biggest milestones to-date, 300 million users. Last week, the social network–which is geared towards business professionals, unlike Facebook–announced that its mobile traffic had been steadily increasing as a result of a mobile push and … Read More

Game of Thrones Cost Per Episode: $80 in US, $49 in Australia

April 18, 2014 |

If you want to watch Game of Thrones legally, how much does it cost per episode? Forget all of the garbage that comes bundled and just reckon the per episode Game of Thrones cost and, wow, it ain’t cheap.

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General Mills Changes Legal Policy, Freaks Everyone Out

April 18, 2014 |

General Mills, the company behind Cheerios and dozens of other products, recently updated its legal policy in a way that has many customers freaked out. The change was first brought up in The New York Times, which published a story … Read More

Facebook’s All About New Ideas, Says Zuckerberg

April 18, 2014 |

During an interview with The New York Times, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg defended his company’s ability to innovate and said that it is always working on new ideas that aren’t directly tied to the main social network.

In his first … Read More

‘Titanfall’ May Be Huge, But The Xbox One Is Still Behind

April 18, 2014 | 1

Shortly after Sony announced that it had reached 7 million sales with its PS4 game console, Microsoft has come out with stats to show that it is far behind Sony. Even though both consoles were released around the same time, … Read More

Snowden Not Satisfied With Putin’s Mass Surveillance Statement

April 18, 2014 |

Just yesterday, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden asked Russian President Vladimir Putin if his country was involved in the same sort of mass surveillance as the United States. According to Putin, Russia doesn’t have the funds or technology to engage in … Read More

‘Michaels’ Hacked, 2.6 Million Credit Card Numbers Stolen

April 18, 2014 |

Since January, crafts store Michaels has been investigating a potential security breach that could have left customers at risk. Now, the retail giant has confirmed that as many as 2.6 million credit card numbers were taken during the breach.

A … Read More

Turkey Will Pixelate Tweets That It Doesn’t Like

April 18, 2014 |

A local Turkish news agency, Dogan, is reporting that the country will now pixelate tweets if it doesn’t like their content. This move comes after the social network was blocked within the country by Turkey’s Prime Minisiter, Tayyip Erdogan.

Earlier … Read More

Darknet Search Engine ‘Grams’ Goes Live With Google-Like Features

April 18, 2014 |

There is an entire section of the internet that you probably don’t see on a daily basis, it’s called the “darknet.” Unlike the regular web, the darknet is made up of websites–many of them specialize in taboo or illegal subjects–that … Read More

How the Nexus 7 Stacks Up Against Other Tablets

April 18, 2014 |

Millions of people have turned their attention to tablets to satisfy their computing needs. In fact, nearly 200 million tablets were sold last year, 62 percent of them being Android devices. One of the most popular, and most affordable, … Read More

Mac Backup Guru Mac App Review

April 17, 2014 |

Mac Backup Guru is a Mac App developed by MacDaddy. This backup service is ideal for people who can’t afford to lose their most important files.

As with a lot of backup services, the first time you conduct a file … Read More

Razorgator eTickets iPhone App Review: Cheap Tickets, Fast

April 17, 2014 |

Razorgator eTickets is an iPhone app developed by Razorgator, Inc. With this app, you can get 75 percent off tickets to concerts, theatre shows, and sporting events.

Here’s how this free app works. There are over 30,000 events on the … Read More

iOS 7.1.1 Is Coming, Cheap iPhone 5c Is Already There

April 17, 2014 | 3

When I see the future, I close my eyes and sometime soon Apple will deliver iOS 7.1.1 Update, a yawner for iPhone owners but the stuff of fandroid envy. And, no matter how much some of us wish it … Read More

iFunia Photo Slideshow for Mac App Review

April 17, 2014 |

iFunia Photo Slideshow for Mac is a Mac App developed by iFunia. This photo slideshow maker lets you create slideshows on your desktop with unlimited photos…and it lets you do it fast.

iFunia Photo Slideshow for Mac allows you to … Read More

Russia Claims It Doesn’t Have An NSA-Like Organization

April 17, 2014 | 1

During a Q&A event in Moscow with Russian President Vladimir Putin, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden asked if Russia engages in the same type of mass surveillance as the NSA. Putin responded by stating that it only monitors individuals after a … Read More

FarmVille Goes Mobile As Zynga Attempts To Turn Itself Around

April 17, 2014 |

Zynga’s ever-popular FarmVille game for Facebook is finally making its way to mobile devices in the form of FarmVille 2: Country Escape. Zynga hopes that by allowing its users to play the game on-the-go, FarmVille and its other titles will … Read More