Posts Tagged: "Apps"

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Google’s Search App Can Now Search In Your Other Apps

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Voice search is… just not popular. There are a variety of reasons for this, ranging from relative imprecision to the fact that you don’t want to announce a lot of your searches in public. Nobody wants to be the guy who says to his phone at the coffee shop, “OK...

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NPR One Is Like A Pandora Of Public Radio

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National Public Radio is beloved and scorned in equal measure, but it’s offered us a surprising amount of great stuff over the decades. But it can also be hard to tune it in depending on where you are… which is where NPR One comes into play. Public Mixtape Essentially, NPR...

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HP OfficeJet Pro 8620 e-All-in-One Printer Review

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hat constitutes a printer has changed radically over the last few years: once a printer printed  and that was it! Today printing is just one of the functions as the technology contained has morphed into a scanner, fax machine and Internet-capable device. HP’s OfficeJet Pro 8620 e-All-in-One Printer stands out...

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6 iPhone/iPad Apps You Need Now – Edition 1 (list)

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Welcome to Gadget Review’s new weekly app review column. We’re starting out with iOS apps only, but in the future we will extend to other OS ecosystems. If you have an app to recommend, please do so in the comments or via our social media channels.   1. Mynd Free,...

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The Nix Color Sensor Is Back With Improvements

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Color improves everything, from consumer electronics to night vision videos. But one thing that’s often hard for some of us to do is figure out which color is which. The Nix wants to take the guesswork out of color grading. Color Me Anything The Nix is fairly simple, as these...

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The Flag App Will Print Your iPhone Photos For… Free?

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The iPhone is probably, at this point, the most commonly used camera on Earth. It takes millions of snapshots, every day, and some of them are so great, or so memorable, it’d be nice to have a physical copy. But printing and mailing photos is expensive… unless you’re using Flag....