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How to Take, Keep and Share Great Android Smartphone Photos

It's not all photo apps and more apps when it comes to taking photographs with an Android smartphone. ...

WHICH APPS DO I NEED?

All Things Appy: 5 Best Geo-Oriented Tracking Apps for iOS

This week's All Things Appy takes a look at the five best, free geo-oriented apps for the iOS platform. ...

ANDROID APP REVIEW

LiveHive Offers Plenty of Pros for Collaborators on the Go

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How to Avoid Excessive Phone Charges When Traveling in Europe

If you've been stung by roaming charges in the past when using a U.S. cellphone abroad and you've recently heard about new, supposedly fair roaming caps in Europe, beware: It's not what it seems. ...

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iMotion Offers Game-Changing Potential With 3D Motion Control

For a glimpse at the future of gaming control, there are few places better to look than iMotion ...

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All Things Appy: Top 5 Android OS Utilities

Battery managers, task killers, analyzers and monitoring apps make up the basis of a solid Android mobile tool kit ...

ANDROID APP REVIEW

MeteoEarth: Enjoy the Graphics, If Not the Weather

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How to Boost Your Home WiFi With Multiple Repeaters and Access Points

With a 3 GB bucket of wireless data from your cellphone company often costing more than US$50, it makes sense to take advantage of the often unlimited or at least generous nature of a cheap, wired home Internet connection when you can. ...

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Occipital Promises Mind-Blowing 3D Trickery for Work or Play

If you've ever used Microsoft's Kinect motion-sensing input device for the Xbox 360 game console, you'll have an initial grasp of how Occipital's 3D scanner for mobile devices, called "Structure Sensor," functions ...

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All Things Appy: 5 Best Weather Apps for Google Chrome

Fall is just around the corner in the Northern Hemisphere, and at least for those of us in some locales, outdoor activities can now ramp up with the milder temperatures ...

ANDROID APP REVIEW

Google Keep: Note-Taking and Checklists, Done Well

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How to Tease Top Performance Out of Your Windows Laptop

If you're noticing that your Windows laptop runs slower and crankier the older it gets -- I'm talking about your laptop here, not you or me -- it's probably because it needs a bit of maintenance. ...

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iSketchnote: an iPad Cover That Digitizes Your Paper Scribbles

There's no denying the popularity of Apple's iPad and its Android-based kin, not just with adults but with kids as well. Now, for all those parents out there who wish their kids would play with something else once in a while -- simple drawing paper and pens, for instance -- a new Kickstarter funding project offers fresh hope ...

A Satellite’s-Eye View on Mobile Payments

Turn-by-turn directions have become a common technological enhancement to the automotive world thanks to a set of satellites dedicated to the task ...

ANDROID APP REVIEW

PanicGuard: Nice Idea but Not Ready for Prime Time

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How to Make Your PC Restart Automatically After a Power Outage

The 2013 Atlantic hurricane season is quietly underway. Gear is available, however, that can help mitigate potential office disruption as weather ramps up ...

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All Things Appy: Top 5 Map Apps for Firefox

This week, TechNewsWorld's All Things Appy looks at the top five free map apps for the Firefox platform. These are power tools that will make it faster to look up addresses and gain new perspective on the locations you want to visit ...

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LockedUSB Keeps Devices Safe While They Charge

Here's a scenario: It's late, and you're on your way home from a work trip on a subdued, last flight of the day. You instinctively glance at your phone and notice it's about to die ...

ANDROID APP REVIEW

Lost Droid Takes Stealth Seriously to Secure Your Phone

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How to Repair a Broken Screen on a Tablet or Phone

Breaking the screen on your mobile device doesn't have to mean a brand new, expensive bit of kit. It's actually quite easy, and cheap, to replace the glass once you get the hang of it. A tablet touchscreen can cost about US$50 if you perform the work ...

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