Push links, files, locations and more with Pushbullet! [App of the Day]

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It’s always fun to see what kinds of apps are out there that push the boundaries of what our devices can do. For those of you who want to be able to share things between your smartphone and laptop or desktop computer, you should absolutely try Pushbullet. It’s a neat app that makes ...

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Time to get motivated with Lift- Daily Motivation [App of the Day]

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Everybody needs that push to do things they don’t always want to do. Pullups, pushups, drinking a gallon of water, no carbs in the evening, and meditating are things that can be extremely beneficial to you, and Lift would like to help you do them every day or on a consistent basis. Lift- ...

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BlueAnt Pump HD Sportbuds Review

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Bluetooth headphones have been gaining popularity, but some users may still be searching for great headphones that can withstand their daily routine. Enter BlueAnt, a company specializing in Bluetooth accessories, and their Pump HD Sportbuds. BlueAnt put a lot of time and thought into these ...

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Jabra Rox wireless headset review

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Up for review today we’re taking a look at Jabra’s latest wireless headset, the ROX Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Earbuds. We’ve been very pleased with Jabra’s efforts in the past; their speakers and headphones are some of our favorites. How do these fare? Suffice it to say, ...

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HTC One (M8): 1 month and counting

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So its been a little over month since i’ve had my hands on my HTC One (M8) and all I have to say is, “Best phone I have ever used“. Sure you might be saying, “But David, you haven’t had the pleasure of getting your heart rate checked on my S5″ or “Hey ...

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How to save online maps for offline use in Google Maps[Tutorial]

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Last Tuesday, Google unveiled a host of new features for its Maps app.  Bringing the update to version 8.0, the biggest features include transit travel times with walking time included, lane guidance in turn-by-turn navigation, and the ability to save maps offline. Today we’ll be ...

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Jawbone UP24 review

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The Jawbone UP24 is one of the latest fitness trackers to hit the market along with Nike and Fitbit.  I have previously reviewed the Fitbit Flex, which we really liked, but today’s focus is all about the UP24.  The UP24 is the newest addition to Jawbone’s fitness line up.  The ...

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Conquer the forces of evil: BogeyWogey Ghostbusters 3D [App of the Day]

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Today’s app of the day is BogeyWogey Ghostbusters 3D.  It is a very simple and funny 3rd person shooter that revolves around a blonde headed character setting out to defend his village from the “Ghostly” menace. When you initially start the game you are prompted with a ...

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Editor’s Picks: 15 Android apps you should know (May 10)

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The Editor’s Picks, formerly known as APPTEASERS, is a collection of apps and games that are new to Android, recently updated, discounted, etc. Whatever the case, we think they’re worth exploring and are willing to bet that many of you would enjoy a few of them. We understand that ...

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Adaptxt Legal Keyboard for Law Professionals

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Law Professionals Can Now Eliminate Embarrassing Typos with Android Legal Dictionary Guest Contribution Post By: Sumit Goswami, CEO, Keypoint Technologies   We’ve all probably experienced embarrassing auto-corrections when emailing and texting friends and family on our mobile ...

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Samsung pushes throttle with EVO-series SSD and Facebook game [Review]

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Last year we accepted Samsung’s challenge that claimed anyone would be capable of installing a solid-state drive. Taking apart my HP laptop was a frightening prospect but proved to be quite simple. The folks at Samsung have since launched their new EVO-series of SSD’s and I, once ...

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VTech Connect-to-Cell DS6670-6C review

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At First Glance The Bluetooth Connect-to-Cell DS6670-6C by V-Tech is one of the easiest ways to give up your Landline while keeping handsets around the house. This model features a base equipped with one handset, an earpiece, and comes with four additional extension units to place about your ...

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Blu Studio 6.0 HD Review, The Mid-range Phablet For Everyone!

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Blu Studio 6.0 HD Specifications See official press release here Blu Studio 6.0 HD: Network: 2G (GSM/GPRS/EDGE) 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, 3G (HSPA+ 21Mbps) 850/1900 or 850/2100, Dual Mini-SIM Cards Display: 6.0 inch HD 720 x 1280, with OGS and Full Lamination Touch Panel Processor: MediaTek MT6582 ...

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CHIL Slap Stylus review w/ Mother’s Day Coupon

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A while back, we took a look a few products from CHIL, including their Nexus 7 (2012) Notchbook Review/Nexus 7 (2013) Notchbook Giveaway and the amazing CHIL PowerShare Reactor review. Today, just in time for Mother’s Day, we’re introducing you to the Slap Stylus. The Slap Stylus is ...

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Galaxy S 5, Is It Really The Best? A Review

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The Samsung Galaxy S 5 is disappointing in precisely one area, build quality. But even in that, it’s slightly better than the previous member of the Galaxy S line. Although even that complaint may soon be a non-issue in the wake of the rumors of the Galaxy S 5 Prime which has been ...

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