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Category: Software

TripSaver Helps You Stay on Budget While Traveling

TripSaver Helps You Stay on Budget While Traveling
I love traveling. Who doesn’t? What I don’t love as much, though, is how I usually go over the budget that I had initially set for myself. Apparently, this is a pretty common problem that most…

Regretting the Breakup App? There’s an App for That!

Regretting the Breakup App? There’s an App for That!
So you made a rash decision and used BreakupText to end things with an otherwise awesome guy (or girl.) What now? Well, you could grovel on your knees and beg for their forgiveness… or let another…
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OpenGlass Uses Google Glass to Help the Blind “See”

OpenGlass Uses Google Glass to Help the Blind “See”
We’ve yet to see how helpful – or harmful – Google Glass can be to people with sight, but you might be surprised to know that it can be used to help blind people too. A…

Breaking Up is Hard to Do… So Let This App Do It for You

Breaking Up is Hard to Do… So Let This App Do It for You
Want to take a virtual field trip? Or find a pizza place nearby? Or break up with someone? Well, there’s an app for that. And I mean, all of that. The apps for the first two…

Field Trip App Lets You Discover New Stuff in Old Neighborhoods

Field Trip App Lets You Discover New Stuff in Old Neighborhoods
For kids, field trips are one of the biggest highlights in school. They offer a temporary escape from the dreary confines of the classroom once every few months (or weeks, if they’re lucky.) Just because you’re…

Shape-It-Up Lets You Tweak 3D Shapes Using Simple Hand Gestures: Pottery Simulator

Shape-It-Up Lets You Tweak 3D Shapes Using Simple Hand Gestures: Pottery Simulator
The researchers behind Shape-It-Up call it a “Hand Gesture Based Creative Expression of 3D Shapes Using Intelligent Generalized Cylinders”, but it’s totally a pottery simulator. Decades from now, if – when? – Paramount Pictures decides to…

Leap Sensor Virtual Drum Machine: AirBeats

Leap Sensor Virtual Drum Machine: AirBeats
Earlier this year we saw AirHarp, a virtual harp that uses the Leap gesture controller, letting the user make music by playing an imaginary harp. The developer behind the AirHarp recently introduced a similar program but…

BitTorrent Sync P2P File Storage Service: YouTorrent

BitTorrent Sync P2P File Storage Service: YouTorrent
Cloud storage services like Dropbox are great not just for backing up data but for sharing files with other people as well. BitTorrent is developing a similar service, with two notable exceptions: it’s completely free, and…

Amazon’s Storyteller Helps You Turn Your Script into a Storyboard

Amazon’s Storyteller Helps You Turn Your Script into a Storyboard
You might be a budding writer with a script for what you think could be the next big thing in movies. But making the words leap out of the page and onto a storyboard is difficult…

Foursquare Time Machine Turns Your Travels into an Infographic

Foursquare Time Machine Turns Your Travels into an Infographic
If you’re an active Foursquare user, then you probably have a pretty detailed log on the places you’ve been to and when you were there on your account. Foursquare has just unveiled a new tool that…

How to Survive The Upcoming Google Reader Apocalypse

How to Survive The Upcoming Google Reader Apocalypse
I’ve been using Google Reader for about eight years, if memory serves me well. The service has never been perfect, but it allowed me to skim and read thousands of articles everyday for my job. It’s…

SmartThings is About to Get Smarter With the Release of its Developer Toolkit

SmartThings is About to Get Smarter With the Release of its Developer Toolkit
Remember SmartThings, which was successfully funded on Kickstarter a few months ago? It was understandably a huge hit with backers who wanted to make their homes infinitely “smarter.” At the end of the campaign, $1.6 million…

VR Cinema 3D for Oculus Rift Gives You Your Own Theater, Seats Included

VR Cinema 3D for Oculus Rift Gives You Your Own Theater, Seats Included
My brain hates first-person games, so most of the stuff I’ve read and seen about the Oculus Rift don’t really interest me. But I’d be willing to buy the Rift just for Joo-Hyung Ahn’s VR Cinema…

PhotoPills Plans Photo Shoots So You Won’t Always Be Chasing the Light

PhotoPills Plans Photo Shoots So You Won’t Always Be Chasing the Light
I once saw a photographer scramble around to finish the shoot as the Sun began to set. Needless to say, everyone had to come back the next day because the natural lighting just wasn’t enough and…

Craving a Specific Dish? Dish.fm Will Tell You Where to Find the Best Version of It

Craving a Specific Dish? Dish.fm Will Tell You Where to Find the Best Version of It
Have you ever craved something so badly, that you Googled for the nearest restaurant that had that dish and ordered it – only to realize later on that it was the worst thing that you’ve ever…

Switchboard Mixes Multiple Internet Connections: With Your Powers Combined, I Am Faster Bandwidth!

Switchboard Mixes Multiple Internet Connections: With Your Powers Combined, I Am Faster Bandwidth!
I’ve often wished that I could combine the speed of my cable Internet connection with my phone’s data connection to form one supercharged slightly above average connection. If you’ve been wishing for the same thing my…
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