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    Best apps of 2012: top replacement apps for Android and iPhone

    Posted July 7, 2012 - 7:30 am

    Love your phone but hate the mail app? Wish the camera had more features? Here are a few apps that make the ones that came with your phone obsolete.
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    Best apps of 2012: top entertainment apps for Android and iPhone

    Posted July 7, 2012 - 7:10 am

    Who says smartphones have to be all about getting things done? With the right set of apps, your smartphone can become an unlimited source of entertainment. Whether you’re into taking and sharing snapshots or just looking for something to do nearby, these apps will help you stave off boredom while you’re on the go.
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    Best apps of 2012: shockingly useful apps for Android and iPhone

    Posted July 7, 2012 - 7:03 am

    Some apps are so convenient and practical that you’ll wonder how you ever lived without them. From a clock that helps you wake up in the morning to a tool that locates good deals on gas, these apps will revolutionize how you live your daily life.
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    Phone and driver: apps for your car

    Posted June 30, 2012 - 7:03 am

    If you're like a lot of folks, today's still-shaky economy is pushing you to live more frugally--including keeping your car on the road as long as possible. And with gas prices bouncing around $4 a gallon in many areas, the last thing you need is to get hit with pricy repairs, traffic tickets, or other unexpected auto-related expenses.
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    Launch Center Pro deserves a space in your iPhone's dock

    Posted June 24, 2012 - 7:25 am

    It's easy enough to navigate your Mac without any add-ons. You can maneuver around through folders to find what you're after, and use the Spotlight menu to search for files and launch apps more quickly. Power users tend to prefer third-party utilities like LaunchBar ( Macworld rated 5 out of 5 mice ) or Alfred ( Macworld rated 4.5 out of 5 mice ). These are keyboard-driven apps that make quick work of common actions for tech savvy users.
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    Intuit GoPayment review: processing system includes a sturdy card reader

    Posted June 2, 2012 - 7:44 am

    The Intuit GoPayment mobile payment processing system includes a free card reader and apps for iOS 4.0+ devices and most Android phones and tablets. Using this pay-as-you-go service, you can accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards for a fee of 2.7 percent of the total sale for swiped transactions, or a 3.5 percent fee for keyed-in transactions. Opt for Intuit's $13-per-month subscription plan, and your fees drop to 1.7 percent per swiped transaction, or 2.7 percent per keyed-in transaction.
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    Review: Three iOS-app-controlled toys

    Posted March 24, 2012 - 7:36 am

    There's something endearing about a tiny, remote-controlled toy. It's nearly impossible not to love the way it romps around your carpet, gets stuck under your desk, and antagonizes your housepets. We got our hands on three little robotic friends that can be controlled through your iOS device and, of course, we took them for drives.
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    iOS 5 review: Ambitious update rings in the changes

    Posted October 12, 2011 - 10:08 am

    It seems like every time a major software revision comes along, it’s described as the “biggest ever.” In the case of iOS 5, though, that might not be hyperbole—there’s hardly a part of Apple’s mobile operating system that isn’t altered in some way by the latest update.
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    Android vs. iOS vs. Windows Phone

    Posted March 17, 2011 - 4:00 pm

    The past year has been a remarkable one for smartphones, with the meteoric rise of Google's Android OS, the restart of Microsoft's mobile strategy with its much-ballyhooed release of Windows Phone 7 and the continuing success of Apple's iPhone, buoyed by its new availability to Verizon subscribers. Never has there been so much choice in the smartphone

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