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In An Attempt To Relive Its Glory Days, The Trapper Keeper Is Now An iPad Case

Ah, the Trapper Keeper. Truly one of the most iconic school supplies ever created, and with a fascinating story behind its creation, to boot. We wouldn’t blame either nostalgic adults or retro-minded youth for wanting to carry around that brightly patterned, padded folio design, but it might seem …

Everything Google Announced at Google I/O 2014

For those who didn’t get the chance to tune in to Google I/O 2014 today, here’s a quick recap of everything the company announced.<p>Google began the announcement the same way it does every year – by talking about Android’s growth over the past year. Senior Vice President at Google Sundar Pichai said …

Comment on Hello Bank! iPhone App – Mobile UI Design by kurth34765@mail.ru

Yeah this is good design and i think users should be like this UI design. It looks so well in a simple art. So i think these iPhone do well business …

Material world: how Google discovered what software is made of

“It is a sufficiently advanced form of paper as to be indistinguishable from magic.”<p>Matias Duarte, vice president of design at Google, is telling me about the central principle of Material Design. It’s the unifying metaphor behind Google’s new design direction, providing a unified set of physics …

How The iPad Air Compares To Samsung's Best Tablet Yet, The Galaxy Tab S

But now, four years later, Apple faces tougher competition than ever in the tablet space — particularly from Samsung.<p>Earlier this month, Samsung unveiled its newest tablet, the Tab S. It's one of the few 10-inch tablets out there that feels lightweight enough to carry everywhere while maintaining a …

Hands On With The Moto 360, The First Round-Faced Android Wear Smartwatch

Motorola’s Moto 360 was ironically probably the most-coveted smartwatch at Google I/O this year, because despite high interest it’s also the only one that wasn’t available. It’ll still be shipped out to all conference attendees when it becomes publicly available later this summer, but for now we …

GE Announce $15 Connected LED Light Bulb

The “Internet of things,” the “Connected Home,” the “Smart Home,” whatever you want to call it, it’s just a fancy way of turning your stuff on and off with your smartphone. Now GE has introduced a cheaper way to stay on the couch and control your lights.<p>The low-cost connected Link lightbulb from GE …

Apple stopping development of Aperture and iPhoto for OS X

Back at WWDC, Apple showed off a preview of a new Photos app for OS X — and now it seems that new app will replace Apple's longstanding iPhoto and Aperture software for photo editing on the desktop. First reported by <i>The Loop</i>, we've confirmed that Apple will replace both iPhoto and its …

The Demise of Aperture and iPhoto: What Does it Mean?

The shoe has finally dropped. Apple confirmed today that it’s ditching Aperture, its photo management tool, and iPhoto, its consumer photo editing app, in favor of Photos, a brand new desktop and iOS duo slated for debut in 2015.<p>It all makes sense. While Aperture has undergone some fairly high …

6 small changes in Android L that make a big difference

Most of the posts floating around the web about Android L release have focused on revamped notifications, the new recent menu changes, the death of Dalvik, the new material design, Android for Work and other hard hitters that were showcased during the Google I/O 2014 keynote.<p>After playing around …

Google’s new message to developers: don’t screw up Android

Advertisement<p>3 Comments<p>Credit: carlstr<p>Cars, watches, TVs: Google (S GOOG) is bringing Android everywhere, and it wants to provide consumers with a …

Here's what our readers are saying about the new HTC One

The HTC One (M8) has been a hit with critics: Our own Brad Molen calls it "a great smartphone that does a lot of fantastic things," while <i>Laptop Magazine</i> goes so far as to say it's "the best Android phone on the market." But now that the M8 has hit all four major carriers in the US and has had a …

10 Free iPhone Apps Everyone Should Download

There are tons of apps on my iPhone that I love and use all the time, from my local supermarket’s app to fun games like Threes. It’s really hard to …

Blackphone, a new encrypted smartphone built from scratch, is now market ready

Your new encrypted smartphone is now ready to order.<p>Pre-order actually. The new Blackphone, a smartphone that touts itself as impervious to NSA cryptographers, is almost market ready. Not officially on the shelves of Verizon or T-Mobile yet, the phone is a collaboration between Swiss-based …

Microsoft May Prioritize The Desktop In Windows 9

The latest rumor from the Microsoft community is confusing: Microsoft may disable, by default, the Metro-defined Start Screen on desktop-based computers in Windows 9, what is currently referred to as “Threshold.”<p>According to Neowin’s Brad Sams, in some Threshold builds, users must “manually turn …

This giant robot is designed to let you juggle cars (for real)

Ex-NASA engineer has a dream to let anyone control a robot that throws VW Beetles into the air<p>Science fiction is filled with giant robots that people can control like extensions of their own bodies. Dan Granett wants to build one for real, as <i>Gizmodo</i> originally reported. Granett, a former technician …

17 Swimming Pools That Make Us Wish Year-Round Summer Was A Thing

But like, why isn't it?<p>From a Tuscan-style retreat to a rustic farmhouse swimming pool, these pools will make you want to dive right in. If you need more inspo, try our favorite patio and landscaping ideas. Now your backyard is summer (and party!) ready.

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Impatient iPhone users switching to larger-screened Samsung Galaxy S5

Apple users are losing patience waiting for a larger-screened iPhone. New data showing that 26% of British buyers of Samsung's Galaxy S5 in the three months to the end of May switched from the iPhone - compared to 12% the year before, according to Kantar ComTech's Worldpanel.<p>Though the effect was …

Windows 9 'Threshold' Will Bring Back The Default Start Menu

Windows 9, also known as Windows "Threshold," will reportedly move aside some of its colorful tiles from Windows 8 to make way for the traditional Start Menu, according to ZDNet.<p>Many Windows users are happy with the traditional style of Windows 7, which has led to less than stellar adoption numbers …

This Woman Had Her Face Photoshopped In Over 25 Countries To Examine Global Beauty Standards

Through her work, Esther Honig hopes to discover if a global beauty standard actually exists.<p>Esther Honig, a freelance journalist based out of Kansas City, sent an unaltered photograph of herself to more than 40 Photoshop aficionados around the world. "Make me beautiful," she said, hoping to bring …

Possible 4.7-Inch iPhone 6 Front Panel Compared to iPhone 5s

As we creep closer to the fall release date of the iPhone 6, component leaks are becoming more frequent. While we originally saw the alleged front panel of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 back in April, <i>9to5Mac</i> has shared additional photos of the component.<p>Depicted in both black and white, the front panel in …

Apple Rolling Out Two-Step Verification for iCloud.com

As first noted by AppleInsider, Apple has started rolling out two-step verification for iCloud.com, allowing iCloud users who opted-in for the authentication system to sign into web apps through a verification code sent to a trusted device.<p>Previously, iCloud.com web apps only supported basic logins …

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14 Sleek iPhone Accessories That Will Make Your Life Better

We scoured Pinterest, Etsy and innovative stores for sleek accessories that will keep your iPhone charged, free of dust, and improve the quality of your photos.<p>Basically, if you want to max out your iPhone and everything it can do, this is for you.

Google must now face lawsuit over Street View privacy invasion

The Supreme Court rejected Google’s challenge to a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision<p>On Monday, the Supreme Court rejected Google's bid to dismiss a lawsuit pertaining to Google Street View. The lawsuit contends that the tech giant violated the federal wiretap law when it accidentally …

Windows 9 will morph to fit the device it's running on

Still holding onto your trusty copy of Windows 7 with a steely kung-fu grip? Well partner, it looks like Microsoft's next operating system, codenamed "Threshold," or, Windows 9 in the common tongue, is aimed right at you. The OS will apparently ship in three different flavors (desktop, tablet and …

BlackBerry's Strange New Phone Seems Surprisingly Good Based On An Early Review

But BlackBerry's upcoming device may be the strangest phone we've seen from the company yet.<p>CrackBerry, a blog that covers BlackBerry, recently published a lengthy post summing up its early impressions of the BlackBerry Passport, and we combed through it to extract some of the most important …