Posts Tagged: "iPhone"

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PhotoMath Does Your Math Homework

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I hated math in high school, which many can relate. So I seriously wish PhotoMath was around back then to help me with all my math homework problems. Although current teachers might despise the new app that uses your phone’s camera to solve math problems, students across the globe are...

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Arccos Uses Your iPhone To Overhaul Your Golf Game

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Golf is a game of constant analysis, study, and collecting data. Golfers are constantly analyzing their swing, making minute adjustments, switching clubs, and generally trying to do a little better with every shot. Anything that aids that process can give you the edge, and that’s the ultimate goal for Arccos,...

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Objekten Is An iPhone Kickstand On Your Keychain

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Our smartphones have redefined our lives in ways that we may not think about carefully at first. For example, we pull out our phones to share information with our friends all the time, an act that would have been impossible just a few short years ago. And it means we...

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Task Lab TaskOne G3 iPhone 5 Case Review

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Because we keep our cell phones around all the time, we can always get phone calls. But what if you need a bottle opener, a screwdriver or a knife? Pull one out of your pocket, sure if you had one in your pocket but who has— I don’t. But I...

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Snap 6! Shoots Better iPhone 6 Pictures

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Become a professional photographer when you have the Bitplay’s Snap 6! iPhone 6 and 6 Plus camera case. It’s almost as if you’re taking pictures with a traditional camera, which makes it easier to take photos that look like a professional took them. Here’s why all wannabe camera photographers need...

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Amp Kicks Up Your iPhone’s Sound

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Our smartphones are good at a lot of things, but offering high quality audio is decidedly not one of them. It’s just the nature of the beast; the speakers and microphones have to be crammed in there somehow, so they have to be tiny. Tiny drivers means tinny sound, but...