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Mobile

GoodFor app is like sending a Snapchat with a promise

You know those novelty coupon books you can buy at the convenience store? GoodFor allows you to make your own, customized with photos and text of your choosing. That means you won't have to get roped into giving a massage when you don't…
Mobile

Doodle.ly adds Drafts update for juggling canvases

Drawing app Doodle.ly has been updated to include a Drafts feature, allowing artists to keep an upward of 180 drawing canvases going at the same time. Doodle.ly with Drafts is available now for free.
Music

Beats Music on the slow path: About 28,000 people sign up in first month

According to sources, in its first month of availability, 1,000 paid subscribers a day signed up for Beats Music. While that doesn't sound like a lot, keep in mind that it encountered several issues due to high volume.
Mobile

Google sets record straight on Glass with ‘top 10 myths’ blog post

Apparently fed up with some of the negative publicity surrounding its face-based computer, Google is attempting to set the record straight with a post aimed at destroying the "top 10 Google Glass myths."
Android Army

President Obama may finally be able to swap his BlackBerry for Android

Moving forward to adapt to the world of touchscreen smartphones, the White House has begun testing on a new generation of mobile communication devices that may not include BlackBerry anymore.
Mobile

Can an app really turbocharge your reading speed? We tried Velocity to find out

Been building up your Pocket and Instapaper queues faster than you can read? Velocity can help you power through them by turning you into a speed reader - or at least a faster reader than you currently are.
Mobile

Amazon’s smartphone will have six cameras for gesture control, says analyst

According to a KGI Research analyst, Amazon will introduce its smartphone sometime in the next 3-6 months. Interestingly, the handset will have six cameras that allow for gesture control.
Cool Tech

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nope – it’s a drone stealing your identity

Security researchers have developed a new technology that uses drones to secretly steal sensitive information from your smartphone, track your location, and build profiles about you.
Social Media

Want to find your first tweet? New Twitter tool makes it easy

If you, like me, have published an ungodly number of tweets over the years, scrolling back to find out what your very first ever tweet was is about as tedious as building a sandcastle one grain at a time. But now, thanks to a new Twitter…
Photography

Google Search adds ‘take a picture’ and ‘take a video’ voice commands to Android

Google has updated Google Search on Android devices to perform photo and video capture via voice commands. All the user simply has to say is "Ok Google," and either "take a picture" or "take a video."