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What Makes Mobile Gaming So Enjoyable:  Gaming On The Go
Mobile gaming has revolutionized the way we can enjoy our favorite pastime: playing video games. Compared to the traditional desktop gaming, mobile gaming does have a couple of drawbacks, but in return, we get all sorts of advantages, all of which make this kind of hobby well worth pursuing. So...
It’s been almost three years since Lenovo launched the last smartphone in its X series, but the range is back with the Moto X4. It looks as though the wait was well worth it, as the Moto X4 is an exciting mid-range refresh with dual cameras, a snappy processor, and the...
10 Best Free Android and iPhone Apps of 2017
Technology has been an ever-growing force of change in history since the invention of the wheel. No one then certainly could have dreamt of what they had put into motion. This year applications, or apps, that are offered on Android devices and IOS devices alike are pushing the boundaries...
Tools to Save Money Without Being a Hermit
Trying to save money and maintain a social life can be a challenge. After all, dinners out at a trendy new restaurant or happy hour at the bar isn't free. If you're looking to save money but aren't prepared to resign yourself to living the life of a hermit,...
Google Apps Most People Need but Don't Know About
There are so many apps out there, no one can keep up with all of them. If you're curious about what wonderful things those app developers have come up with lately, here's a heads-up. Google's apps for natural input Some people just hate the on-screen keyboards on smartphones. It's easy...
How the Swipe Changed how We Interact with Smartphone Games
We have long been used to scrolling, typing and clicking as our main means of interacting with our computers, ever since the mouse was invented. Today, the touch screen has given us a whole new range of motion and new techniques for controlling our devices. Now we can swipe,...
GPS Directions will soon be available on your wristband 2
Our mobile devices communicate with us through sounds and screens, but a new wristband designed by Somatic Labs relies instead on touch. Moment is a wearable device that vibrates to convey information. While phones and smart watches can send a generic alert by vibrating the entire device, Moment uses four motors...
UK bar owner built Faraday cage to stop cell phone use
Steve Tyler, who owns the Gin Tub in East Sussex, has built his very own Faraday cage around the establishment to block mobile phone signals from entering the building. It's a pretty ingenious move that involves installing metal mesh in the walls and ceiling of the bar to filter out...
10 Android Apps to Manage Multiple User Accounts 2
Some of you might be having a hard time switching accounts in your apps. You have to log out first before you can switch to another profile or another Facebook account. Well, using these ten apps might help you in handling all your social media accounts in just one...
Edward Snowden has designed an iPhone device that warns you if NSA is listening
When Edward Snowden met with reporters in a Hong Kong hotel room to spill the NSA's secrets, he famously asked them to put their phones in the fridge to block any radio signals that might be used to activate the devices' microphones or cameras silently. Now Snowden's attempting to build...

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Your next summer DIY project is an AI-powered doodle camera

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With long summer evenings comes the perfect opportunity to dust off your old boxes of circuits and wires and start to build something. If...