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The Moto 360: Your Next Watch?

With the amount of wearables that are expected to hit the market in the next few months, one of the most interesting is the Moto 360 by Motorola. After Google announced Android Wear, a special fork of their mobile OS that will specifically cater to wearables, the first device shown was a watch from Motorola. Almost instantly, the internet went insane with the thought of such a nice looking smart-watch existing.

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Liberate Yourself: The Poor Man’s Cell Plan

If you’re a cellphone user living in the United States, you most likely have given your soul to one of the big four cellphone service providers: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. For the most part, when people get a new cellphone, they sign up for a new two year contract. That’s all nice and good if you can afford to pay the same amount every month for the next two years, but for those of us that are very poor (read: me), you need something off-contract.

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Aereo vs Goliath: The Future of Cord Cutting Part 1

With an important Supreme Court case currently underway between Aereo and TV broadcasters, I thought that I would explain what's happening in the form of a multi-part blog post over the next week. Enjoy...

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The Digital Workout

For those of us that decided to lose weight for their New Year’s resolution (or for those that just want to get healthy suddenly), this might be the time of the year that we realize that, alongside all this beautiful spring weather, it’s the perfect time to start actually working out. In the past, the act of working out meant a long process with little to no way of tracking what you were doing or how your body was changing. That’s completely different today.

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Google Loon: Bringing Internet Everywhere

Google has a plan. Bringing internet to everyone on Earth… using balloons. It sounds insane and even a bit of fantasy/science fiction, but Google is working hard to bring the internet to everyone.

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Google contacts: Glass without the glasses?

On April 15th (the day of this post), Google is allowing anyone with $1500 to buy their mainstream wearable Google Glass. But behind the scenes, Google is working on their next big thing… contacts?

Google has submitted a patent for smart contact lenses that could build upon the wearables platform that they’ve created with Glass. Whereas Glass is able to augment on top of a user’s vision, the contacts are supposed to be able to be all that and more; possibly even giving blind people the ability to see.

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Learn to code

Hey…learn to code!

Learning to code can be a daunting task that can make even the most computer-literate run away from their laptop in fear. While learning the art of coding can be incredibly difficult to start, once begun, it can lead to a number of great things!

While many people think that coding is only for the hardcore nerdy, but anyone can do it.

Don’t get me wrong, coding isn’t the most essential skill that someone has to learn, but it definitely can enhance the skills you already have in the eyes of those around you (especially if you’re looking for a job).

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