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Truffle Lets Users Share Favorite Restaurants with Friends

Foodie? Chances are your friends are, too. Banking on that sense of community, particularly when it comes to cuisine, is a new app called Truffle. It’s branded as a “new kind of community bringing friends together to explore brilliant and unique dining experiences around the world.” And now, you can create …

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Digital Will Lets Users Leave Messages From Beyond Grave

It’s not too surprising that, in an industry where 21-year-olds are already on their second or third startup and billionaires are minted at 25, that a lot of people don’t spend too long thinking about death. That’s starting to change, however — particularly as questions surface about who has access …

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PlayOn Cloud Lets Users Record Netflix, HBO Now, and More

It looks like Netflix won’t be officially offering offline playback anytime soon — at least in the U.S. — but that doesn’t mean someone else isn’t working on it. This week, MediaMall launched PlayOn Cloud, a service that records video from Netflix, HBO Now, and others, allowing them to be viewed offline …

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Canvas Lets iPad Owners Measure Dimensions of Any Room

Anyone who has followed tech trends for some time will be familiar with the concept of “killer apps,” referring to those software applications which are so darn compelling that they give your average user a reason to go out and buy a particular piece of hardware. With Canvas, augmented reality …

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Google Lets Android Developers Discount Subscriptions

Sometimes, it’s difficult to judge whether or not an unfamiliar app is worth a download. But it’s even harder to justify a daily, monthly, or weekly subscription, and harder still to fork over cash for an especially pricey service that you may end up using only once or twice. That’s why Google is …

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Google Maps Beta Lets Business Owners Upload Photos

Google Maps is getting a bit of a refresh, especially if you own a business. The update does not show off a ton of new features, but there is at least one big update — a dedicated page for photos taken by business owners. That means if you are a …

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The HP Sprocket Lets Your Print Photos On The Go

Gone are the days when Polaroid cameras meant we could take a photo and immediately print it off to give to a friend or family member. Now, we take photos with our smartphones. HP, however, wants to bring back the tradition of being able to print off photos. To that …

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The HP Sprocket Lets Your Print Photos On The Go

Gone are the days when Polaroid cameras meant we could take a photo and immediately print it off to give to a friend or family member. Now, we take photos with our smartphones. HP, however, wants to bring back the tradition of being able to print off photos. To that …

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Facebook Now Lets You Cast Video to Your TV

Facebook is taking a cue from Google. The company wants you to turn to the News Feed when it comes to watching video and to make things a little easier on those that prefer to enjoy video on the big screen, the company has started allowing users to stream content …

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Giphy Cam Now Lets You Create Shareable AR GIFs

The Giphy Cam is bringing you into the world of the GIF. That’s right, the Giphy Cam will now include stickers that place animations next to real-life footage of you, the user, kind of like Pokémon Go. Using the new app, which is available on iOS and is now on version 2.5, you’ll …

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