This has been a fantastic week for paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free, but like all good things, it must come to an end. We’re closing things on a high note with eight solid paid iOS apps that can all be downloaded for free if you hurry. And there are a few more that are still free from yesterday, so be sure to visit that post to grab a few more free apps. More →
Inbox zero isn’t just a buzz term… it’s a way of life. Back in 2013, I wrote about how I destroyed email and the feedback I received was overwhelming. So many people were so happy to have been given some guidance and some useful tools, and the reason is obvious: Email is awful unless you constantly keep it under control.
Now it’s 2015, and there are a wide range of new tools at users’ disposal that can help in the quest to achieve inbox zero. And one of the newest available tools is a new iPhone app appropriately named “Zero.” More →
You’re one of the few lucky people who has actually managed to get your hands on an Apple Watch — so naturally, it’s time to dive in and take it apart. While we certainly don’t recommend disassembling Apple’s new smartwatch yourself, some people have a knack for these things and their curiosity gets the best of them.
Well, if you absolutely have to pry open your shiny new Apple Watch, you might as well follow a guide created by some pros. More →
Mortal Kombat X is one of the most popular games of 2015 so far… and it’s also one of the most gory and violent games of 2015 so far. As such, there’s probably not a better game out there for The Fine Brothers to record elders playing — so that’s exactly what they did in the most recent entries in their popular YouTube reaction series.
Even better, the brothers also filmed elders reacting to all of the fatalities in Mortal Kombat X, which are easily the most gruesome finishing moves the Mortal Kombat franchise has seen to date. More →
We have shared plenty of sleek and stylish iPhone 6 cases with you over the past few months, but the search continues. After all, you can never have enough options when it comes to protecting your iPhone without ruining its look. So far we’ve given iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users all sorts of different options, from a handful of cases that will protect your iPhone without ruining its look, to an impossibly thin case that’s just $15, to a few great case options that are perfect for people who hate iPhone cases.
Now, we’re back with a very cool new option that packs an incredible feature you won’t find elsewhere: It heals itself from scratches. More →
Last October, AT&T was slapped with $105 million in fines and fees by the Federal Trade Commission for hitting its subscribers with bogus “cramming” charges. For those who don’t recall, cramming is the practice of billing customers for things like ringtone subscription services when customers never registered for the services to begin with.
The bulk of the $105 million AT&T was forced to pay out will go toward refunding its customers for those bogus charges, and you only have two more days to claim your piece of the pie. But how do you know if you were slapped with cramming charges? And how do you get your refund?
Here’s everything you need to know: More →
We put lists of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free together every day, but today’s list is special for a few reasons. First, it includes a number of high-profile apps that rarely go free — including one that leaps off your iPhone 6 into the physical world and lets you take hands-free 360-degree panoramic photos and videos. And with 10 paid iOS apps on sale for free, this is also our biggest list of the week, so you have plenty of great apps to choose from.
Windows 8 was an absolute disaster. Microsoft’s attempt to bridge the gap between desktop computers and tablets was a failure, and it ended up driving customers crazy. In fact, it was such a disaster that several top Microsoft executives are no longer with the company. Now, with Windows 10, Microsoft will try to undo much of the damage it has done over the past few years.
And from the looks of things, the company is off to a good start. More →
Coin was the first smart card that aimed to replace all of the credit cards in your wallet, but the company ran into manufacturing issues and despite its unveiling in November 2013, the device still hasn’t begun shipping. Plastc is likely the most exciting solution of the bunch, but we still have no idea when it will be released.
Whether or not you’re a fan of the Fast and Furious movie franchise, there are certainly some things you can probably appreciate if you have any interest at all in cars. Specifically, there are lots of modded cars driving very fast, and many of them end up crashing spectacularly.
If the devastating wrecks are all you’re interested in, we have just what the doctor ordered. Behold: A supercut of all 110 car crashes from the first six movies in the Fast and Furious franchise. More →
It’s 2015. The iPhone was first introduced more than eight years ago, and development obviously began long before the phone was first unveiled in 2007. In all this time, however, Apple still hasn’t been able to master the gentle art of autocorrect, and autocorrect fails remain just as funny today as they were when the trend first began. In fact, they may have even gotten funnier with time, simply because there’s doesn’t seem to be any way the issue will ever be fixed. More →
LG finally unveiled its next-generation flagship Android phone on Tuesday morning, though the LG G4 really wasn’t much of a surprise going into yesterday’s press conference. As it has done in the past, LG released a series of “teasers” leading up to the event that weren’t really teasers at all, but instead bits and pieces of LG’s official announcement. Gadget fans were still impressed once they finally saw the complete picture though, and there’s certainly plenty to be impressed by.
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