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So long, Key Lime Pie! Google announces Android 4.4 KitKat.

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  Key Lime Pie is dead. Long live the KitKat! Commentators have been referring to the next version of Android as Key Lime Pie for well over a year now, but in a surprise move, Google has announcedthat it will be calling the latest version of its operating system Android 4.4 KitKat in a tie-in with […]

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Samsung Galaxy Gear shows up with fitness focus, told to jog on.

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Samsung’s entry into the smartwatch wars is getting shown off a little earlier than the company intended. Venture Beat on Sunday posted photo of what it says is a prototype of Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch that was sent to developers. The photos are actually stills from an “internal promotional marketing video” that was created by an independent team […]

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Smartphone apps for a smoother college experience.

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iStudiez App iStudiezPro keeps track of your deadlines, grades and more across all Mac devices — all you need to do is plug your class schedule into the app. It comes with both Cloud syncing and iCal integration. Available for $2.99 for iOS. The free iStudiez Lite version limits the number of classes you manage, […]

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Break your routine at work.

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Niga Higa Ryan Higa (also known by his YouTube username Nigahiga, is an American YouTube celebrity, actor, comedian, and producer of Japanese descent. Since moving to Las Vegas to study filmmaking at UNLV, Higa’s videos are either solo efforts or videos with other people such as KevJumba. They are known for their YouTube comedy videos, […]

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Five Best Video Converters

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MPEG Streamclip (Windows/OS X) MPEG Streamclip is a powerful video player, editor, and conversion tool for Mac and Windows. It’s great at transcoding, but it’s also a great organizational tool for all of your video and media. If you opt to use it as a player, you can play all manner of video file through […]

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Can Wearable Tech Improve the Music Festival Experience?

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Esurance and ClearHart set up eight 14-foot towers throughout Golden Gate Park, each a “secure beacon of connectivity,” with NFC-enabled Nexus 7 tablets mounted on each of the towers’ four sides. Prior to the festival, participants registered for a free wristband online, and then connected them to their Facebook accounts. After activation, tapping the band […]

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