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The 14 most outrageously expensive apps on iPhone

Think $10 is expensive for an iPhone app? Try $1,000. Here, we've rounded up some of the most expensive apps currently available in the App Store, just in case you're in need of a little perspective.
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Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…
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People who need help with new tech can get it from Best Buy in-home consultants

Thinking about upgrading your home technology? Best Buy is testing in-home consults to help you get what you want. If you're OK with buying from Best Buy and need help choosing, this service can rescue you.
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Brain.fm uses AI-generated music to help you focus or relax on demand

There are a lot of ways to increase your focus or get relaxed, but Brain.fm takes a different approach, using AI-generated music to put you in the right state of mind to work, relax, or take a power nap.
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AT&T resuscitates the Nokia Lumia 1520 and its ludicrous price tag from the dead

AT&T saw fit to quietly reintroduce the Nokia Lumia 1520, a gargantuan Windows phone that AT&T first launched back in 2013. The carrier presumably brought back the phone because of the phone's update to Windows 10 Mobile.
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Google may soon let you test your internet speed straight from search results

Responding to web users' growing interest in testing their internet speeds, Google is apparently looking to launch its own tool, embedding it at the top of searches for such a service.
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Lyft reportedly made investors very happy with its record number of rides

In a leaked investor update, mustached ride-sharing service Lyft reportedly completed 12.7 million rides in May, a company record for any month. Lyft also set records in other spheres, such as number of unique riders.
Social Media

Turkey throttles access to Facebook and Twitter following airport attacks

Following the attacks on Istanbul Atatürk Airport, the Turkish government imposed severe throttling on social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter. Some consider such throttling a form of censorship.
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Hotkeys saves tons of time in Photoshop, and here's proof

If your knowledge of keyboard shortcuts ends with Command-Z or Control-Alt-Delete, you need to watch this video. For here is proof that using hotkeys is superior than relying on a mouse.
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World's first crowdsourced cinema camera, Digital Bolex D16, being discontinued

The D16 was the world’s first crowdsourced cinema camera, and despite the company's inability to keep the project going, the Digital Bolex team proved that it could be done -- and that is no small feat.
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Starship Technologies to test sidewalk delivery drones this fall 1:49

Starship Technologies is bringing drone delivery back down to earth with a fleet of six-wheeled robots that deliver goods on the ground. The company will begin testing its fleet on the sidewalks of Washington, D.C., this fall.
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Pinterest makes it easier for you to buy what you see

Ever wondered where you can buy an article of clothing worn by a stranger on the street, or a piece of furniture in an acquaintance's home? Just snap a picture, and Pinterest's new visual search shopping feature will track it down for you.