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Today Snapchat introduced Geofilters, which are location-based stickers that can be quickly applied to a snap by swiping once to the left after you take a picture. The feature could finally provide a revenue model for the startup that turned down… Read more ›

iOS users have proven they have an uncanny ability to waste obscene amount of coin on silly in-app purchases, and the latest tech-titan to cash in on all that spending is none other than reality star Kim Kardashian. Kim launched her… Read more ›

Mac users who spend a lot of time at the command line have yet another reason to use iTerm 2 as their default terminal client; clipboard history. Added in the most recent version of iTerm, a running history of OS X clipboard activity can be natively stored, recalled, and summoned directly in iTerm2, accessible through … Read More

Who wouldn’t want to be able to listen to their favorite tunes while in the shower? The only reason we don’t already do this is because electronic devices typically don’t work well when they get soaking wet. Well, now Cult… Read more ›

We’re still waiting to get our first glimpse of Apple’s upcoming smart watch, but according to a new report, Apple is planning to release not one, not two, but three different models of the iWatch this fall. Citing supply chain… Read more ›

PayPal’s iOS client now supports loyalty cards

Earlier today we reported on how Apple’s new iTunes Pass feature hints at Apple’s interest in mobile payments. However, Apple’s not the only company interested in this area. Last night, PayPal updated its iOS client with one important new feature,… Read more ›

SAN FRANCISCO — The latest innovation of the so-called sharing economy seems perfect for this city’s hypercompetitive rental market, where tiny apartments go for outrageous sums and space is at a premium. Sort of like Airbnb for storage, new startup… Read more ›

When I was a kid, we used to label everything: toys, boxes, file folders. My parents used one of those manual rotary label dispensers, the kind you had to squeeze hard enough to make each individual letter poke up through… Read more ›

Apple has launched a new service called iTunes Pass in several countries, including Japan, Brazil, China, and and others. The service lets customers buy iTunes Store credit from brick-and-mortar Apple retail stores — only using Passbook, rather than the physical… Read more ›

The FIFA World Cup champions may only get one World Cup trophy, but thanks to Beats they team are getting a complimentary pair of 24-carat gold headphones each. Having previously became the hit advertiser of the World Cup with its “Game… Read more ›