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Best Budget Free app review: create unlimited income and expense budgets with ease

Introduction<p>This is a very powerful financial iPhone and iPad app that is designed to make it as easy as possible for you to create unlimited expense …

Yahoo updates Sports app to turn game highlights into GIFs

Yahoo released a new version of its Sports app today that has been redesigned for iOS 7 with a heavy emphasis on GIFs. Yahoo Sports' GIFs, which it calls Loops, take short clips from game highlights and allow users to overlay text. They can then share their creations with the community, with the …

Top iPhone apps on sale

We find the best deals on iPhone apps on sale to save you money daily. Our special technology filters the promotions to present you with only top …

Vine launches web profiles and new full-screen 'TV Mode'

Vine just launched web profiles for its community of over 40 million users, providing an easier way to keep up with new video clips uploaded with the popular app. Vine on the web supports likes, commenting, and video sharing just like the regular app — though you're unable to upload any clips from …

Insight: AOL banks on HuffPost to turn profitable next year | Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) - It’s the holiday season and Arianna Huffington, the influential woman behind the popular news website that bears her name, is busy buying sweaters - some 700 of them - as gifts to her employees.<p>A file combination photo shows Arianna Huffington (L) arriving for Glamour …

Russia targets cross-border online shoppers with new duty rules | Reuters

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia plans to start charging duty on purchases worth more than 150 euros ($210) from foreign online stores, lowering the threshold from 1,000 euros and potentially slowing the fast-growing market while benefiting domestic online retailers.<p>The new threshold, proposed by the …

The Big Selling Point For Driverless Cars: Safety

<i>ReadWriteDrive is an ongoing series covering the future of transportation. In December, this series is presented by Buick Regal.</i><p>Watching a car drive or park itself is a dramatic sight. It conjures images of a Jetsonian future, in which mobility robots whisk us to desired locations with a voice …

How LinkedIn is using data to help you find the right career

Previous generations of students took a more trial-and-error-based approach to internships and jobs. Many don’t really know what they want to do with their lives at 22, so they try a few different career paths before something sticks.<p>At VentureBeat’s DataBeat/Data Science Summit in November, I …

Chen’s BlackBerry comeback plan compared to quadruple bypass surgery

John Chen clearly relishes a good challenge but he may never have taken on a task as daunting as turning around BlackBerry. <i>Barron’s</i> spots a new …

The best way to save money on the apps you want

I’m a bit of an app addict. Each time I setup a new phone, I install somewhere in the ballpark of 50 applications. That number varies, and over the …

Samsung Galaxy Band fitness tracker rumored for next year

We only just got done telling you about the new wearable gadget Sony appears to be developing, and how while it might be a smartwatch, it could just …

Diigo Android App Updated To Version 2.0 With New Features And UI Changes That Bring It Into The Post-Gingerbread Era

It's one thing to release an app for Android, but if a developer doesn't keep it up with the times, its usefulness is limited. So Diigo has now …

Ho - Ho - Hold Your Breath! The Biggest Photography Event Ever is Coming Up!

When Bryon Lippincott invited me to the new event on <b>5daydeal.com</b>, my first reaction was “<i>Sure! Sounds cool!</i>“. But I had no idea how cool this would …

Best Free Apps of the Day on Dec. 24. Skulls of the Shogun, The Bedtime Express, MCPro, & More!

We have a surprise price drop this Christmas Eve. Skulls of the Shogun, a highly acclaimed strategy game which we gave 4.5 out of 5 stars in our …

Your Badge, Please: Why 2014 Will See A War Over Professional Identity

<i>ReadWritePredict is a look ahead at the technology trends and companies that will shape the coming year.</i><p>Pour your coffee, sit down, and log in: It’s the routine of hundreds of millions of knowledge workers.<p>As businesses add a crazy quilt of online services to the tools we use, those logins keep …

The Trends That Ruled Pinterest In 2013

<i>Editor’s note: This post was originally published by our partners at PopSugar Tech.</i><p>Pinterest, the web’s fastest growing content-sharing platform, is home to some of the Internet’s most stunning images and most clever hacks. The It Girl of social networking isn’t just full of mason jars and wedding …

ReadWrite’s Best Stories of 2013 - ReadWrite

<i>ReadWriteReflect offers a look back at major technology trends, products and companies of the past year.</i><p>Every once in a while, a tech article grabs you and doesn’t let go—whether it’s because it offers much-needed help and guidance, gives you more insight into an area of interest, or transforms a …

PayPal Inks Logistics Deal In China

Ever tried purchasing something online from a Chinese merchant and realized that it takes weeks to deliver your product — which sometimes doesn’t even arrive after all that waiting and may lead to an argument with the merchant?<p>PayPal is out to try to solve this issue, as it announced today that it …

Auto-Awesome Video Shot with Google Exec's Quadcopter at Stanford

Urs Hölzle took fellow Google exec Vic Gundotra‘s quadcopter to Stanford University last weekend for a spot of filming.<p>We’ve covered drone videos in the past – this aerial montage of New York is awe-inspiring – but it’s always interesting to see how Google’s top brass are experimenting (or just …

Myspace for iOS gets a New Visual Stream and Event Live Streaming

It’s been almost a year since Myspace launched its reimagined social network to the public. The company is struggling to recapture Myspace’s former popularity, but that hasn’t stopped it from slowly refining and iterating upon its iOS app. (An Android app is still nowhere to be found, it should be …

9 Common Mistakes Developers Make

Before you even start the development process, there is always a planning process. While planning, it is common to think through the ways something could be implemented and plan out features based on what seems feasible in code.<p>I say plan everything as if there is no code involved, and then go back …

Twitter Should Filter Images that Repeat in your Feed

Okay, world peace and an end to illness, poverty and starvation rank above my little wish for a better Twitter experience, but we’re a tech site so here goes…<p>Twitter’s move to introduce inline images has turned out to be a positive one on the whole. It certainly makes for a more visually …

Lyrics site Rap Genius admits to SEO chicanery in an open letter to Google

One of the more popular sites for finding lyrics to that song you can’t get out of your head is Rap Genius. However, the company came under fire from Google recently for apparently using unscrupulous SEO methods to make sure it pops up as the first result in any lyric-related Google search.<p>Today, …

A Social Network For Insurance That Cuts Costs And Reduces Fraud

It’s easy to embellish insurance claims when it’s just some big bad company you’re hurting. But what if you knew the people in your network? It turns out the costs are lower for everyone.<p>The entire concept of insurance is based around large numbers of people getting together to share risk. But the …

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Weird and wonderful travel gadgets

Ranging from silly stocking fillers to useful travel items, these gadgets tackle problems that every traveller will recognise. Some of them just make us smile at their novelty, even if we won’t be using them. Oddly, no matter how ridiculous the items, they may still give you itchy feet for your …

On the Red Couch with Grammy-Nominated Artist Carolyn Malachi

Inside Flipboard / December 20, 2013<p>Singer Carolyn Malachi’s journey to Grammy-nominated stature makes a good case for fate: that things happen for a …