Tag Archive: Mean


Android vs. iOS: Do adoption figures mean anything?

iOS 9 has been out for two days, and it’s already running on more than 20 percent of compatible devices, according to the latest data. In comparison, Google’s latest Android release, version 5.1 Lollipop, is running on just 5.1 percent of devices ten months after it made its public debut. These figures highlight the staggering difference between […]

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What does ‘fitness’ mean and why does it matter?

Many people say they want to get fit, but what does this actually mean? Fit for what? The websites of leading fitness trackers, like Apple Watch, Fitbit, Microsoft Band and Jawbone Up don’t shed much light on this question. They talk…

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What emojis really mean, according to Instagram

  Emoji have gone from cute little pictograms only teens use, to a near-universal method of expression for all languages in about four years. Instagram has been tracking the use of emoji in posts and noticed an explosion of emoji…

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What Snapchat’s confusing new friend emojis mean

Snapchat used to have a “Best Friends” list that showed you who each of your friends snapped with the most. It was a little weird, slightly stalkerish part of the app that was removed last year. Now Snapchat has brought…

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CARROT Hunger is a smart calorie counter with a mean streak

In their efforts to trigger mass market adoption, most health-tracking apps and tools go out of the way to be nice to you. After all, who wants an app which publicly shames you for gorging on unhealthy food, or choosing…

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Klean Kanteen water bottle goes everywhere with me (and I mean everywhere)

If I leave the house for more than a quick trip to the corner store, I take my Klean Kanteen Reflect with me. It sits in my Velo backpack when I walk, it slips into the bottle cage on my…

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Apple’s New Deal On Apple TV Doesn’t Mean A New One Is Coming Soon

If you buy an Apple TV by March 5th, you will receive a $ 25 iTunes gift card from Apple. The promotion began today and only works at Apple retail stores or through the company’s online store. Apple rarely does deals…

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You Mean I Shouldn’t Be Taking Two-Hour Naps Every Day? You’re Crazy, ‘Best Sleep Hygiene’

Best Sleep Hygiene — Health & Fitness — Free Alright, so “sleep hygiene” is kind of a weird way of describing one’s sleeping habits, but this is a pretty useful app, regardless. It starts out with a questionnaire that asks…

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AT&T’s New Mobile Share Value Plans Mean Savings All Round

AT&T’s new Mobile Share Value Plans are now official, and they’re not only going to save you cash on your data, but they’re going to make your monthly rates even cheaper if you already own a cellphone and you’re happy…

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Name It! Relentlessly Tests Your Knowledge Of Things That Mean Stuff [Review]

If you fancy yourself an expert on abbreviations, acronyms, and symbols, you might want to have a go at Name It!, a new trivia game that focuses on those three things (known collectively — and somewhat awkwardly — as “AASs”).…

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