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Are you interested in Inbox, Google’s innovative new attempt to “fix” email, but haven’t gotten an invitation into the beta? Good news: as long as you have a real-world friend who is already part of Inbox’s invite-only beta, you can… Read more ›

Do you take pictures of all your meals to share with your friends on Facebook and Instagram? Wish there was a way to share even more of it with your FOMO-ing virtual friends? Well, you can’t share the taste, or… Read more ›

These clever gadgets bring email into the real world

Email has become somewhat of a necessary evil lately, with a attempts like Google’s recent Inbox to use software to corral the over-abundance of the technology into something that makes better sense for us humans. Designer Brendan Dawes worked with… Read more ›

Your iPhone can make payments, control your smart home, and track your health — and soon it might be able to control your car, as well. A new patent published Thursday describes a way of using the iPhone’s geo-location capabilities… Read more ›

Some of the best tech ideas come from taking two separate concepts and trying to merge them together into one device. With all the chatter about smartwatches and smartphones as of late, it was only going to be so long… Read more ›

Entertainment insiders are saying that Oscar-winner Christian Bale will start filming Jobs this Spring as Apple’s late CEO and wonder-boy, Steve Jobs. According to Variety, Bale is in talks to star as the mercurial tech leader in the movie based… Read more ›

Picture this. You’re a disembodied skull with stretchy brain parts. You use this elasticity to fling yourself around the afterworld, Angry Birds-style, in order to collect taxes from the deadbeats who reside there. Sound like fun? It is, oddly enough.… Read more ›

Others have tried and failed to knock Snapchat off its perch, and now Microsoft is throwing its hat into the ring with a new service that uses Skype as its backbone. It’s called Skype Qik, and it allows users on… Read more ›

Your music is awesome, and awesome music deserves to be played using equipment designed to let the listener hear every guitar note, every percussive beat, and every lyric like it’s being played live in the room by the artists themselves.… Read more ›

When Tim Cook unveiled the gorgeously curved edges of the iPhone 6, I thought apps that use the iPhone 5/5s’ flat edges to create hands-free 360° panoramic photos and video, would quickly sink into the App Store abyss, but the… Read more ›