Here's the first flying camera you can wear on your wrist

October 26, 2014


Nixie is the first flying wearable camera. You wear it on your wrist just like you would with a regular watch, then set it free whenever you want it to capture a photo or record a video of you.
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Pennies app review for iPhone

October 17, 2014
Featuring elegant sounds, fluid animations and a simple gesture-based user interface; Pennies is the top paid finance app in the App Store for good reason. The app is a charm to use and makes it easy to keep track of how much money you've got.

Based on your spending history, the app has a 'left today' feature. This recommends how much money you should spend on this day. If you end up spending more than recommended, the app's background color turns from a happy green to a negative red. The app even takes advantage of iOS 8 by featuring a notification center widget showing your 'left today' money for every budget.
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2 Reasons Why Samsung should stop bashing Apple in its ads

September 27, 2014
Whenever a new iPhone is announced or released, we get two sets of ads. One set of ads from Apple promoting the iPhone, and another set from Samsung bashing the iPhone. Whenever a new Samsung phone is released we also get two sets of ads, one set from Samsung promoting the phone, and another set from Samsung bashing the iPhone again.

Although Android fans tend to enjoy anything that bashes Apple, below are two reasons why I believe Samsung should stop bashing Apple in its ads.


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Best free apps to watch movies and tv shows on iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac & PC

September 26, 2014
Before you go ahead and read the article, please be aware that all the apps below use piracy for content. While Alwaraki Blog is against piracy, people living in countries in the Middle East and elsewhere where there’s no Netflix or a good selection of movies and shows on iTunes have no choice other than piracy.

If you have a method of watching shows and movies legally please do not pirate.
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iOS and Android are now leveling out- and how the future is no longer in the phones

September 19, 2014


Apple announced iOS 8 a few months ago. It was an indication of the software finally becoming more open and flexible with features such as extensions, third party keyboard, widgets and interactive notifications. Other than the interactive notifications, Android has had those features for years. Only difference is that they are implemented differently.

Google announced Android L a few months ago. It was an indication of the software finally becoming more beautiful as well as simpler for the basic user. It includes features such as lock screen notifications, more animations & attractive design, remote wipe, heads up & actionable notifications. Other than the actionable notifications, iOS had those features for years. Except with different names.

Do you see my point here?
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Did Apple lose the screen size war?

September 14, 2014
When Steve Jobs first announced the iPhone in 2007, the 3.5 inch screen was referred to as “huge”. Compared to other screen sizes at the time, that size was indeed huge.

But as time advances, customers want different things from their phones. One of those wants is a larger screen. Android phone manufacturers such as Samsung and HTC were soon producing gigantic phones and were praised for it. This lead Apple to announcing the iPhone 5 with a larger 4 inch screen. Although this was the biggest iPhone at the time, it was smaller than its direct competitors who had phones with almost 5 inch screens.
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Everything Apple Announced In The September 9 Event

September 12, 2014
On September 9 2014, Apple held it's iPhone 6 event. Most announcements were rumored and predicted in advance, but we weren't aware of all details until they were announced.

Apple announced two new iPhones: iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Additionally Apple announced Apple Pay, a new payment system replacing credit cards and also the Apple Watch which probably was the most anticipated Apple product for years.

I'll cover details of all three products in this post.

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Unsnooze App Charges You Every Time You Snooze The Alarm

September 6, 2014
Waking up in the morning is one of the toughest things to do for a lot of people. We have seen alarm clocks that drive around your room, shoot rockets and other methods to force you to get up. I like to cut on the chaos and use an app called CARROT Alarm.

An app called Unsnooze has a different approach to get you waking up. For every time you snooze the alarm you pay a dollar. This will supposedly encourage users to hit stop and wake up.
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Video shows leaked iPhone 6 put together from factory parts

September 6, 2014
With just 4 days until Apple announces a beautiful and fresh new iPhone; leaks, rumors and concepts are everywhere. Rozetked, a Russian youtuber put together a 4.7 inch iPhone 6 using parts stolen from the production line. The result is a genuine looking iPhone that could possibly be Apple's upcoming iPhone.

The leaked iPhone has an original system board featuring an A8 processor and an NFC chip according to Rozetked.
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They Need To Be Fed 3 Review

August 31, 2014
On August 19, They Need To Be Fed (TNTBF) hit the trilogy mark. The game started off on PC then made its way into iOS almost four years ago. I've never played any version of TNTBF in the past, so it was exciting to give the third version a try.

The concept of the game is pretty simple. You need to move your character around levels of rotating blocks while dodging spikes and picking up diamonds until you reach a hungry plant at the end of the level. The game has a little twist in it which makes it a lot more fun: Gravity isn't pulling your character down. Instead, every block has it's own small gravitational field and you jump from one block into another. You can not fall off and die as you're always withing a block's gravitational field.
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