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playdeals

One of my new year's resolutions for 2016 is to play more games because life is short. Imagine my glee when I happened to notice that there's a big sale going on right now on the Google Play store. For their Games Year-End Deals they are offering up to 90% off on several games that [...]

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freeze2-1

Back in March I posted about a fun physics game called Freeze! I'm a puzzle game fan and found Freeze! to be easy to learn, but a fun challenge. The gist of the story behind the game is that the main character, who is a rolling eyeball, is being held prisoner on a planet. Unfortunately [...]

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WiFi-Analyzer

I recently switched to T-mobile and upgraded our router to the T-mobile CellSpot (an ASUS dual-band TM-AC1900 router). When setting up this router, I didn't want to use the default channels. I wanted to select the optimal channels that my wireless router would use on the 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz bands (not all of our devices support the [...]

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blandware-imokmama-1

For those of us with geeklings running around the house, the thought of them spreading their nerd wings and leaving the nest can be daunting. Fortunately, like most things in modern life, there is an app for that. I'm Ok Mama is a GPS tracking app for Android devices. Parents can install it on their [...]

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Amazon-FreeApps

I'm a bargain hunter so when I see Amazon offering more than just their Free App of the Day deal, I'm interested and I figure that some of you may be too. Amazon is offering over $110 in paid apps and games for free until May 16. Some of the highlights include: Bike Race Pro [...]

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gadgeteer-app

After almost 18 years, The Gadgeteer finally has a stand alone app! As of today you can download and install The Gadgeteer Android app from the Google Play store. Don't worry iPhone and iPad peeps, an iOS version will also be available very soon. It is still going through Apple's approval process. The Android app has the same [...]

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keep

Two years ago Elizabeth posted a short news article about a new Google application called Keep. I read the post and then promptly forgot about it until a few weeks ago I saw my friend Bill Ray adding things to a list on his Samsung Galaxy S5 one day and I asked him about it. He said [...]

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Amazon free apps

Amazon Appstore is offering 34 FREE apps until March 22. Some of the highlights include: Cut the Rope - was $0.99 Elements of Photography Pro - was $3.50 EasyTether - was $9.99 Business Calendar - was $4.99 NeoCal Advanced Calculator - was $9.99 Reading Trainer - was $2.99 HanDBase Database Manager - was $9.99 G-Stomper Studio - was $9.95 Cross DJ Pro - [...]

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freeze-1

I can only play so many rounds of Candy Crush before my brain feels like it is going to implode from boredom. Words with Friends is usually my go to game when I need a little break from work, but lately I've been trying to find another solo game that is easy to play, doesn't require [...]

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Amazon-free-apps

The Amazon Appstore is having a Valentine's Day sale in which over 30 apps are now available for FREE. Here are just a few that are available: OfficeSuite Professional 8 (was $19.99) Trivia Crack (Ad Free) (was $2.99) mSecure - Password Manager and Secure Digital Wallet (was $9.99) Shazam Encore (was $4.99) Runtastic PRO GPS [...]

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belkin-wemo-android-app-2

I reviewed the Belkin WeMo Smart Home Automation Switch about a year ago, and at the time, you really needed an iOS device to control the products.  There was an Android app, but it was in beta, but Belkin announced late last month that the Android app is ready.  Just like with the iOS app [...]

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Posted in: Android, Home and Kitchen, News
udemy-learning-app

What do you want to learn more about?  How to program or start your own business?  How to take better pictures, decorate a cake, play a musical instrument?  How to dance or do yoga?  Udemy can provide you with classes on all these subjects - and many more.  Udemy is an app for iPhone or [...]

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dinnertime-app

If your child has his or her own Android phone or tablet, you might want to set some limits on exactly when they can access the apps on the device.  Using the DinnerTime parental controls app, you can set times during which the child cannot use any app on the tablet.  There's a Dinner Time [...]

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ccleaner-logo

By day I work at Cummins Inc. in the engineering application support group. Our main job is to help users all over the world with their application problems. We do a lot of troubleshooting, uninstalling and reinstalling of software. One of the tools in our tech arsenal is Piriform's CCleaner, which cleans the gunk out [...]

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sherwin-williams-colorsnap-app

After upteen years at the same address, my family will soon be moving into a almost time-capsule mid-century condo.  Moving has a lot of work and a lot of expense associated with it (and I'm not just talking about the mortgage, either), so I want to be sure I get things right the first time. [...]

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