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NoNotes Makes Attending Class Optional

Quick Pitch: is a transcription service for students. Students can record lectures while paying more attention in class, then upload their recording to be transcribed by NoNotes. Genius Idea: Last week, you might’ve seen the story about the Georgetown student that’s looking to hire a personal assistant to help deal with the overwhelming life of […]

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Google Maps Navigation Becomes Reality on the Android

When it comes to maps, Google has had nearly everything: great satellite imagery, huge coverage, and even some basic navigation features, but not what everyone that’s ever used a GPS device really wants: turn-by-turn navigation. This changes today, as Google just released a beta version of Google Maps Navigation for Android 2.0. Here’s a quick overview of the […]

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Starbucks Goes Mobile: Pay For Coffee With Your iPhone

Starbucks and the iPhone are sort of the perfect combination. You can browse the web for free on the AT&T hotspots, you can buy in-store songs from iTunes right from your phone, and now you can use two new official iPhone apps. Now available in the App Store, myStarbucks (iTunes Link) and Starbucks Card Mobile (iTunes Link) let […]

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Online Backup Unlimited for $5 per month

We all know how important it is to backup our computers, but studies consistently show that most computer users — even those that know better — don’t. As Internet connections get faster and storage becomes less expensive, online backup services like Backblaze, Mozy and Carbonite have stepped-in to help consumers back up their data. Not […]

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13 Fantastic and Fun Image Generators

Whether you’re artistically inclined or not, sometimes you just need to whip up an illustrative or entertaining image for a blog post or presentation. The tools on this list help you generate respectable graphics in a jiffy — design talent optional! Most of the tools on this list are web-based and as easy to use […]

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iPhone TV: Top iPhone Apps for Live Streaming Television

iPhone TV: Top iPhone Apps for Live Streaming Television.

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Google Wave is Coming: 100,000 Invites Go Out on September 30th

Less than two months ago, Google dropped a spectacular surprise upon the world: Google Wave. The communication tool aspires to redefine not only email, but the entire web. Well, in the last two months, Google and third-party developers have been hard at work testing out the system, fixing the kinks, and building some amazing extensions […]

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14 iPhone Apps With Push Notification for Productivity

With iPhone 3.0 OS upon us, we’ve finally seen the delivery of much-needed push notifications from Apple. Applications that take advantage of this new feature continue to trickle in, and though the selection is slim right now, there are a handful of apps (some on their way) that should allow you to become more productive […]

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Shared Notebooks with Evernote. Finally

Popular web, desktop, and mobile note taking app Evernote has finally added the one feature that power users have wanted for ages: shared notebooks. The update allows you to share your notebooks with the world or select individuals, and grant write/edit access to your notes and notebooks. It’s not a revolutionary update, but the new […]

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