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Retouch Me review: a photo correction service for those with no photo editing skills

Retouch Me is a paid photo editing service which connects users who have no photo editing skills with designers who are available 24/7.

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Nwsty review: the news app for those who don’t (usually) read news

Keep away from fake news with the nwsty app which taps only into reliable sources. Get the most important global stories delivered right to your phone with nwsty.

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Seven astrology apps for those who want to know what fate has in store

Want your horoscope delivered on your smartphone on a daily basis. Install these astrology apps on your smartphones and you can get much more.

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Felix Gray glasses reduce eye strain from all of those damned screens you stare at all day

How much of your day is spent looking at a display of some sort? We’re talking not only computers, but tablets, smartphones, and televisions, and more. Just about everything you work with, including the device you’re using right now, has some form of a screen. Next question: How many times have you gone to bed […]

Canvaspop wants to print out those killer Instagram photos for you

So you’ve taken some great photos, tweaked them a bit and then shared them online. Now you’ve got all sorts of friends and family asking for copies. Why? Because nobody captures the moment like you do. Instead of letting your loved ones download the images to their devices, why not take things a step further? […]

Hurricane Harvey: Here’s how you can help those affected

The resources to learn about Hurricane Harvey and help those affected.

It’s clear that what’s happening in Texas, and Houston specifically, is going to take months, if not years, to resolve itself. The waters keep rising in America’s fourth-largest city, and people are getting displaced.

Google has taken it upon itself to create a number of resources that users both within Texas and outside the state can use to track the storm, find shelter, and donate money.  [Read More…]

Samsung offering up to $425 off the Galaxy Note 8 to those who had a Note 7

Owners of the ill-fated Note 7 will be able to get the Note 8 at a discount.

The Galaxy Note 7, to keep things short, had an interesting life. After being recalled twice, the phone was reborn earlier this year as the Galaxy Note Fan Edition. Now, people in the U.S. who owned Samsung’s late-2016 flagship will have a reason to celebrate that phone’s short life — at least now.

Samsung is tweaking its typical phone trade-in  [Read More…]

Android Things Console developer preview is available for those who like to tinker

Doing its part to make Android Things into a thing, Google gives its developers a dedicated control console.

Ready to sync more things together in your house to make the next, best smart home? Android Things now offers a console for developers to more easily interact and tinker with all the devices operating on the Internet of Things (IoT) platform.

The Things console essentially gives developers more control over what’s going with their connected Android Things-compatible devices.  [Read More…]

Are those cheap VR headsets worth it?

What’s the harm in buying the cheapest VR headset you can find?

The absolute coolest thing Google has done with VR is make it something truly accessible to everyone. Earlier this year, Hallmark started building Google Cardboard headset into some of its premium cards, just to give you an idea of just how accessible this simple bit of immersive technology is now. While $ 13 and tax is a little much for a greeting card, it’s right  [Read More…]

Bixby Voice is rolling out to the Galaxy S8 for those who signed up for early access

It’s a bit finicky in its preview state, but Bixby’s tender voice will help you forget it’s still half-baked.

I can’t tell you how excited I was to see that the Bixby Voice preview had hit my unlocked Galaxy S8. There was a bit of a language barrier between the two of us in the beginning, but after a bit of fumbling with Google Translate and a bit of digging into the settings, Bixby is now ready to use  [Read More…]