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KeyMe

If you do something dumb, you usually have to pay a price. When that dumb thing is accidentally locking yourself out of your home, office, or car, that price can be pretty steep. With KeyMe, you'll save a significant amount of money the next time this happens to you. KeyMe allows you to snap a picture of each of your ... continue reading
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Canary Home Security System

Installing a legit home security system isn't exactly cheap or easy to do. Luckily, that will soon change thanks to Canary. The device is loaded with an HD video camera, a motion detection system, a high-quality mic, and other spiffy features that you can get up and running in your home or apartment in no time. The ... continue reading
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Vinyl Me, Please Is the Best Damn Record Club SPONSORED

Thanks to modern technology, we've lost touch with our music. We've waved goodbye to sound quality and owning our favorite albums. To fix this, get a turntable. Then sign up for Vinyl Me, Please. Every month they'll send you exclusive pressings of albums worthy of your time. Each comes with original 12" x 12" album-inspired art and a custom cocktail pairing. Past selections have included 'Lost In The Dream' from War on Drugs and many others. Sign up now and start with an exclusive pressing of Father John Misty's latest. It's like Record Store Day with free delivery and no lines. ... check it out
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Kevo iPhone-Operated Lock

ABC's Shark Tank has given us some stupendously awful gadgets and a few rare items that happen to be great (see: The Bevbuckle). Kevo would be one of the latter. The iPhone-operated door lock, which debuted on the show, was picked up by Kwikset and is ready to remove the hassle of searching for your house key. Just ... continue reading
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Sold iPhone App

Normally, product copy is pretty boring stuff aimed at getting the facts out as fast as possible. It's about numbers, not feelings. The Sold iPhone App sells itself pretty well when it comes to describing its function--putting the burden of selling your "luxury" shit for some extra rent money. "I don't have time for ... continue reading
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Twitter #Music

After hearing buzz for a bit now, Twitter officially released their music app today. Twitter #Music (really, a hashtag in the name?) pulls tunes from Spotify, iTunes, and Rdio, and is set on helping users discover music they'll love. Organized in a few simple pages, you can swipe through popular songs, emerging artists, ... continue reading
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Mailbox for iPhone

We can't remember a more buzzed about app that had nothing to do with flinging feathered animals or playing some easily cheat-able form of Scrabble. Mailbox for iPhone had a waiting list longer than a Friday night at The Cheesecake Factory for quite sometime. Now it's available to everyone, and we'd recommend putting ... continue reading
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Google Keep

As you clear your tears and switch over to Feedly as the Google Reader days come to an end, hop on the latest Google app bandwagon with Google Keep. Google Keep is a beautifully designed note-taking app for organizing your life. You can easily type in notes, start checklists, and add insert photos to keep track of ... continue reading
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Hater App

You've probably already figured out what this app is for. It lets you hate on things. And can we just say, for the record, it's about. fucking. time. Why do we only have to share things we like? Sorry Mom, but we're not going to like your status update (come to think of it, accepting your friend request in the first ... continue reading
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15 New Apps You Should Know

Once, every few months, we’ll start deleting all those apps we rarely use. The clutter on our phones starts to seriously get to us and we need to get rid of any space-wasters. Of course, this is followed up by plenty of new apps we want to try out. It’s a vicious cycle. Of all those downloads, there are a few keepers we’ll hold on to. Here are 15 New Apps You Should Know. ... continue reading
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8 New Apps You Should Know

Instead of wading through the massive amount of new app releases searching for a few diamonds in the rough, just let us be your guide. This is a collection of our favorite new apps for both iOS and Android for your downloading pleasure. a.linkhiglight { background: #9cc4cc !important; font-style: italic; color: ... continue reading
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One Second Everyday App

Ready to feel like you haven't done anything with your life? For just a buck, you too can feel like a boring loser! Actually, while the One Second Everyday app could point out that you spend too much time sitting at your desk, it will also inspire you to do more things and be more awesome. The idea is simple, the app ... continue reading
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Philips Hue

Flicking a switch on or off will soon be a completely outdated way of lighting your home. New innovations - like Hue from Philips - will be replacing this boring method with smarter options. Hue lets you control the lighting in your pad with your iPhone or iPad by choosing the color of each bulb from a wheel of preset ... continue reading
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Secret DJ App

Have you ever been disappointed in the musical selection at a bar? Want to put Motörhead's "Ace of Spades" on repeat all night but can't find it? Can't stand listening to country music anymore? If the bar has it, the Secret DJ App for the iPhone could fix all your problems. A combination of Foursquare and Spotify ... continue reading
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