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Google Unifies Its Free And Paid Storage Options, Gives You 15GB To Share Between Drive, Gmail And Google+ Photos, 30GB For Apps Users

David Smothers May 14, 2013

Until now, you’ve had to track your free storage on Google products separately. It was just another thing that Google hadn’t brought together to make it easier on users. Today, the company announced that you’ll now have 15GB of free storage to share between Drive, Gmail and Google+ Photos. Google Apps customers are getting a… Continue Reading »

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Facebook Home for Android and the HTC First Coming April 12

David Smothers April 5, 2013

Facebook and HTC teamed up on Thursday to reveal Facebook Home and the HTC First, a new Facebook launcher for Android and the first phone that will come with it pre-installed. Facebook’s press release states “Home isn’t a phone or operating system, and it’s also more than just an app. Home is a completely new… Continue Reading »

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Today’s Apps Gone Free: Scribble Hero, Phoster, Listary And More

David Smothers March 28, 2013

Help Sketch fight off the army of scribbles and doodles invading your notebook in Nickelodeon’s action-packed arcade game, Scribble Hero. We also have a photography app that allows you to create custom posters, and a straightforward productivity app that allows you to create and share lists. All app prices are subject to change at any… Continue Reading »

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Free Apps to Help Keep Your Resolutions on Track

David Smothers January 22, 2013

We’re almost two weeks into 2013 and whether you’ve made New Year’s resolutions or just looking for a way to better organize your ongoing goals, we’ve got apps to help you get – and stay — on track this year. Organize Your Work and Personal Life. Dropbox allows you to store files, photos and videos in the cloud and… Continue Reading »

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Jawbone UP, A World of Fire and Ice, and More

David Smothers March 22, 2013

Dinosaurs and exercise and a golf game for you phone might not sound like they have a lot in common. But do they ever—at least as far as this round of the best Android apps of the week goes.   Super Stickman Golf 2: If you liked the first version of this golf game you’ll… Continue Reading »

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HOMIDO – Universal VR Headset for Smartphones

David Smothers March 25, 2015

The Homido VR smartphone adapter is available for pre-order today for €69. The device, which mounts a smartphone into a head-mounted housing for use as a VR headset, will be delivered in October, according to the France-based company. Homido says their VR smartphone adapter is compatible with some 80 smartphones, including all Apple iOS smartphones… Continue Reading »

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The 8 Coolest New Tricks Your Nest Can Do

David Smothers June 24, 2014

Late last night, Nest announced its Developer Program: An initiative that’s going to allow more than 5,000 developers to tinker and build new Nest functionality. To kick things off, it’s launching with a handful of partner-enabled features, from your Benz telling your thermostat when you get close to home to your LIFX bulbs flashing red… Continue Reading »

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SmartThings Surges Toward Connected-home Supremacy

David Smothers May 23, 2014

The appeal — and potential — of the SmartThings connected-home platform was obvious when I reviewed one of the SmartThings starter kits in December 2013. Now, in 2014, that potential is starting to get realized in a big way, as the increasingly popular open platform is surging forward with a revamped app, a slew of… Continue Reading »

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Apple Pulls Weed-Growing App After It Dominates Download Charts

David Smothers May 22, 2014

Apple has pulled the popular iOS game called Weed Firm from the Apple App Store, after it climbed to the top of the download charts. The app lets users sell and grow virtual marijuana. The game, which is intended for adults, puts you in the shoes of botany student Ted Growing, who manages a weed-growing… Continue Reading »

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June Cover Revealed – Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare

David Smothers May 4, 2014

Activision has never been afraid to embrace the future with the Call of Duty franchise. When World War II fatigue set in, it reinvigorated the series and brought its timeline forward with the classic Modern Warfare. It allowed Treyarch the chance to get creative with the franchise, resulting in the well-received Black Ops games. When… Continue Reading »

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