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IFTTT Now Available in the Google Play Store

IFTTT (If This, Then That) is a web service that helps users tie together two or more platforms. A common example would be for someone to create a blog post then that post is Tweeted via a formula (called recipes )created by IFTTT. After many months and some teasing, the IFTTT app is now available […]
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Google Glass – Available for All…..And They’re Gone

Google Glass has kind of been in an open beta for a while now. Explorers could get invites and recently they had an open day of availability. Now anyone that wants Glass and has $1500 dollars to shell out in the US can get their pair. For now the upgrades, if you will, for those […]
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Vic Gundotra Out at Google

In a very touching post at Google Plus, Senior VP and head of Social Vic Gundotra announced he would be departing. Gundotra, who got his kicks at previously at Microsoft before Google, did not announce where he would be going after his departure. Gundotra, a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology  is probably most […]
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OnePlus One = $1 for 100 Chosen Ones who smash their old phones

In perhaps their most controversial campaign yet, OnePlus announced Wednesday that 100 people will be selected from those who apply for the Smash program at oneplus.net/smash starting April 25th. If you’re chosen, you’ll get a chance to buy a OnePlus One for a mere dollar, provided you smash your old phone and submit proof to […]
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Get your Big Android BBQ on October 16-18

So you weren’t one of the Chosen Ones given the opportunity to go to Google I/O? “Well,” you might say, “they don’t serve you any of those legendary North Texas barbecued ribs anyway.” Even if you did happen to get the chance to go to I/O you might still want to get your BBQ on […]
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Leave the DeLorean at home, Google Maps will take you to the past.

Now, how cool is this? Starting today, Google Maps (desktop) has added the ability to view the past through Street View. Google is using data that they’ve collected dating back to 2007 for your historical trip down memory lane. If you want to see the progress of a location, or perhaps a building, you can. […]
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OnePlus One = $299 for 16GB, $349 for 64GB, available starting in May

After what might be the most controversial yet effective hype campaigns ever, the OnePlus One has finally been fully revealed. Despite the plethora of “official” leaks over the past few months, there actually were several important features that had not been revealed before the launch event. Prominent among them are the JBL-powered dual bottom-mounted stereo […]
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Google bringing targeted ads to your Search and YouTube apps

So, one thing we all know…Google knows almost everything about us. Almost. Google is now including ads into your searches and your YouTubin’ sessions. They announced at their AdWords Performance Forum Event that they would their ads better to specific users. Of course, this will all come from your own Google searches, so your app’s […]
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Otterbox Defender for the HTC One M8

In the world of accessories, Otterbox has been the “go-to” cases for users that need that extra protection. Although, they are sometimes bulky and add a bit of thickness to your device, they do actually serve their purpose and protect against drops, falls, accidents, what have you. The screen guard, however, is a different story […]
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Humble Mobile Bundle 5: Three More Titles Added

Well what do we have here? It looks like the folks over at Ye Olde Humble Bundle have added three more titles to their latest mobile bundle! You might remember last week, when I said something about needing to get in early on this one if you wanted to get in at a decent price, […]
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