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Urban Engines Will Help You Navigate the City

Traveling in a large city can be stressful. Squeezing into trains and tracking down the bus you have to catch. If you don't know where you're going, it can be a rather difficult feat. A company, founded by former Google employees, called Urban Engines has released an app that can help you navigate unfamiliar areas.

Adidas Now Sells Customizable Sneakers

Adidas introduced the Photo Print ZX Flux, a line of sneakers that are customizable through a smartphone application.

Apps Uncovered: Voxer

With an app called Voxer, you can make your iPhone, Android or Windows Phone function very much like a Walkie-Talkie. Voxer utilizes push-to-talk (PTT) technology but intuitively merges it with other modes of communication all in one easy-to-use interface. Friends can listen to you while you talk ...

Google Glass

More than Just a Dream? Many of you have probably already heard of Google Glass by now.  For those of you who haven’t, Google Glass is a hands-free head mounted device that began development back in 2011. If you are thinking “Oh, so it’s like a Bluetooth headphone” or something along...

CES 2013 – Back from the future: 8 gadgets that will furnish the modern home

8 Gadgets from CES 2013. This year's International Consumer Electronics Show boasted some truly revolutionary products that, until less than a few years ago, seemed more fit to be in a sci-fi movie than in your own living room. Here are some of the best of CES 2013, coming soon to a home near you. ...

Android or iPad: Which for Home A/V and Control?

It’s no secret that the iPad has been a tremendous success for Apple. However, just as Android-based phones have taken a serious bite out of Apple’s smart phone market share, Android-based tablets are lining up to take a swing at Apple’s formidable iPad. If you’ve been on the fence as to...

Are We Spoiled By Streaming Media?

Steaming content—both videos and music—is so easy now, and so cheap, that I worry we’ve gotten a little spoiled by the experience and will begin to expect everything to be as easy and cheap, forgetting the huge backend infrastructure it takes to make these systems work. A couple of weeks...

 

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