Many of us started off the new year with resolutions about dieting and exercise. One thing I’ve found to be true is that it’s easier to lose weight by eating smaller, healthier meals throughout the day. One of programs I’ve used and am currently on (Medifast) means eating 6 times a day. Usually a meal every 2-3 hours. In the past I simply used the built-in iOS Alarms to remind m Read More »
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Do you struggle to remember all those usernames, passwords and pass codes that modern life has forced on you? Do you forget Bank codes right at the moment when you need to use them? Now you can have them always with you and in perfect security! oneSafe stores your confidential information including your secret documents and keeps everything safe and easily accessible at the right place. It wil Read More »
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I’m currently in the throes of consolidating as much of my information and workflows as possible, all the while, pruning redundant apps and services. In that respect, I’ve found myself using Pinboard increasingly more, not only for archival of my bookmarks but also for content discovery and as a read later service. Therefore, I’ve been on a quest to find the best Pinboard client for iOS. Ha Read More »
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Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a Grim take on platf Read More »
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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR) is one of those games that Star Wars fans have thoroughly embraced as part of the universe. When it was ported to iOS, the game retained its original content and was just like playing on a desktop computer, except for the oddity of touch-based movements. This week, Aspyr Media gave the app a major update to now supports MFi controllers. So, that stra Read More »
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More and more manufacturers enter the developing smartwatch market but only a few are able to create a device that I would actually see myself wearing. Their smartwatches are weird and nerdy and some could even call them plain ugly. There are exceptions (like the awesome Pebble Steel), however they only prove the rule. Gábor Balogh, a freelance designer from Hungary, is looking to change that wit Read More »
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Samsung recently announced an application only for ‘Galaxy’ owners. It’s a free radio service without any ads; Milk Music is Samsung’s way of replying to Apple’s iTunes Radio. The app is available for download in Google Play Store and it’s compatible with the Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, Note 2, and Note 3 at the moment.According to Samsung, the reason its Read More »
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Last month, I was loafing round the house with my phone wondering how cold it was outside. Being the ridiculously technology-glued person I am, I started searching for a weather station that integrates with the Web, tablets, and smartphones. Obviously, stepping into the sun was out of the question, because I’m a vampire — they’re real! After a few clicks, I found the Netatmo, a very slick looking Read More »
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