Mophie Battery Case for the iPhone 7 Can Charge Wirelessly

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have better battery life over their predecessors, but if you find yourself still running out of juice, Mophie wants to help with a case that doubles as a battery pack. Battery pack cases are hardly new, and the only feature that distinguishes Mophie’s new …

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Infltr Brings Photo Filters To iMessage

Filter fans can now choose from over 7 million digital effects — without even leaving the iOS text messaging app. A recent app update now allows Infltr users to apply effects to video, including live video and stills inside the iOS messaging app. While Infltr has a smaller audience compared to …

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You Can Now Search Google With Emoji via Twitter

The emojis cometh. Just about three-fourths — 74 percent — of smartphone users in the U.S. regularly use emojis. The average person sends about 96 of them per day. And more than 600,000 of the 21 million tweets sent every hour on Twitter contain at least one emoji. It’s only appropriate, then, …

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Instagram Rolls Out New Tools to Help Curb Harassment

If you’ve spent any great deal of time on the internet, you’re probably aware that harassment is a major problem. Unwanted contact, trolling, cyberbullying, and even threats of rape and death have become the unfortunate norm in some online circles, and few users are immune. According to data compiled by …

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Apple's iPhone 6S Battery Issues Due To Too Much Air

Samsung isn’t the only company to have experienced battery-related issues recently — Apple is also dealing with its fair share of troubles, and last month issued a recall program for certain iPhone 6S models that were shutting down unexpectedly due to rapidly decreasing battery life. The reason for the battery issues? According …

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RiutBag R10 and R15 First Impressions

This backwards backpack befuddles pickpockets and carries all the gear and gadgets you need. Scared of wandering around a big city with a backpack on, because an unscrupulous thief could unzip a pocket and steal your phone? If so, the RiutBag backpack could be for you, because it completely reverses …

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Runkeeper Apple Watch App Now Supports GPS

Perhaps the biggest update to the Apple Watch for Series 2 was that it gained GPS tracking, essentially meaning that you no longer necessarily need to pair it with your phone for mapping your runs and other location-based activities. It looks like Runkeeper is now taking advantage of that change — …

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Microsoft's Home Hub Could Be a PC-Driven Home Assistant

In 2014, Amazon’s Alexa kicked off the craze of putting stand-alone digital assistants in the home with its Echo device. Google Home followed suit in 2016, offering a similar device that responds to voice commands, but powered by Google Assistant and the company various other digital properties. Ever since Microsoft’s Cortana …

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See The Smart New Gear S3 Watch Straps From Samsung

Samsung’s new Gear S3 smartwatch is a beauty (particularly the Frontier model), but what if you’d prefer a different strap to the one which comes with it? Sure, there are straps made by other companies, but if you’d prefer one endorsed by Samsung you’ll want to look at these cool …

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