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Nike Says The FuelBand Isn’t Dead, New Color Options Coming

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on Sun, Apr 20, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Darrell Etherington Nike was said to be shutting down its FuelBand department on the heels of layoffs on Friday, signalling a significant exit of the wearable fitness device market by one of the more prominent companies involved in the space. That’s not quite true, however, according to information provided to Re/code by the company. Read More Via: Gadgets      ...

Beats Music Gets In-App Subscriptions, Beefs Up Free Streaming Options

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on Sat, Apr 19, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Darrell Etherington Beats Music, the streaming radio solution spun out from the makers of Beats audio hardware products, has decided to bite the bullet and give Apple its 30 percent cut on subscription sign-ups. The streaming music provider originally side-stepped Apple’s in-app ecommerce options in favor of carrier billing arranged outside the app to pay for its...

Facebook Says Paper Users Browse 80 Stories A Day, Adds Features That Let It Replace FB For iOS

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on Sat, Apr 19, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Josh Constine Facebook just released Paper 1.1, an update that adds features and notifications to make it a more comprehensive substitute for Facebook for iOS. It also gave the first momentum update on Paper since its Febraury 3rd launch, saying “people have explored an average of 80 stories a day”. It didn’t release a user count, though, and some critics...

Gusto Debuts A Smarter, More Powerful Email App For iPhone

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on Sat, Apr 19, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Sarah Perez There’s no lack of startups trying to rethink the mobile email experience – for example, Mailbox, Boxer, CloudMagic, Triage, or Acompli, to name just a few. Now a new application called Gusto is throwing its hat into the ring, as well, with a smart email application that helps you more easily find files and photos within dedicated tabs, plus a...

Canary Smart Home Security Shows Off Its Smartphone App For The First Time

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on Sat, Apr 19, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Jordan Crook Canary has had a big year. After smashing through its Indiegogo campaign goal and picking up an extra $10 million in VC funding, the company is nearly ready to ship its home security product. Due to a couple of hurdles, Canary units won’t arrive until “this summer,” but to tide us over, the team has given us our first real look at the complementary...

214 Technologies Is Crowdfunding A Smart Doorbell Called Chui

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on Sat, Apr 19, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Anthony Ha “What the heck is a smart doorbell?” That’s what my friends asked me any time I mentioned that I’d be meeting with Nezare Chafni and Shaun Moore, co-founders of 214 Technologies. They’ve developed a product called Chui, which they describe as “the world’s most intelligent doorbell.” Read More Via: Gadgets      ...

Borderlands 2: Headhunter 5 – Sir Hammerlock vs. the Son of Crawmerax Review

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on Sat, Apr 19, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

To be a vault hunter means a life of tough, dirty, bloody work. Mostly bloody, but still, it’s a lot of exhausting labor for that precious loot. Naturally, after fighting through a full game and plenty of content packs filled to the brim with rambunctious bandits, enormous monsters, and ambitious, murder-happy villains, the vault hunters could do with a little vacation. In...

The Rufus Cuff’s Size And Features Lord Over Puny Smartwatches

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on Fri, Apr 18, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Catherine Shu With its three-inch screen, the Rufus Cuff thumbs its nose at smartwatches with their tiny faces and dainty wristbands. The wearable device, which bills itself as a “wrist communicator” and runs on Android, has access to the full Google Play store; a built-in mic, speaker, and camera; a full Web browser; accelerometer and gyroscope; touchscreen...

The Xbox One Still Lags Behind The PS4

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on Fri, Apr 18, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Romain Dillet Titanfall was supposed to change it all, but it didn’t work. So far, Microsoft announced that it has shipped 5 million Xbox One units to retailers. In comparison, Sony has sold 7 million PS4 units to customers. It doesn’t look good for Microsoft as the company doesn’t even say how many people actually bought an Xbox One. Microsoft’s...


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