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Carousel is a new app by the folks at Dropbox that make photo organization and sharing really easy. When you upload your photos to the app and share with your friends, they get your photos and you get theirs.Read more...

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Today, Dropbox announced that it will allow for collaborative editing in Microsoft Office. While not as seamless as editing a Google doc, it will help users avoid overwriting each others changes and sync those changes more quickly.Read more...

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We've always loved Mailbox for iOS , but it's tough to use a specialized email app when it only works on one of your platforms. Fortunately, they've now announced the app will be available for Android and in beta for desktop today.Read more...

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LinkedIn likes to send you a ton of emails. On any given day, you might get 10 different emails blabbing on about birthdays, contacts joining, or other annoying notices. To unsubscribe from all of them it takes a bunch of clicks, but developer Chengyin Liu created a bookmarklet to unsubscribe in a click.Read more...

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The nature of spoilers has changed over the last few years. Between whole seasons being released at once, movies crossing over with TV shows, and books and shows racing each other to the same ending, it's hard to know exactly where the spoilers line is and how to avoid being that jerk who ruins it for everyone. Fortunately, we have some tips.Read more...

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Some of the best-paying fields of study —like science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)—are also the stingiest when it comes to grading in college. If you get too discouraged by B's versus A's, you might miss out on a profitable profession.Read more...

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We thought Google Drive's price drop was impressive (1TB for $9.99 a month), but, heck, 1TB of space for $2.50 a month is even better. That's what MediaFire is offering now to celebrate its launch of new Windows and Mac desktop apps for syncing your files.Read more...

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Your music library is precious. It's full of hard-to-find tracks, ripped CDs, and rare downloads. It might also be a mess. It can be easier to look up those songs on Spotify than enjoy the high-quality audio files you own. Luckily, there are some great free tools to clean it up and make sure that never happens again. Let's check out the best.Read more...

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Chrome: Google's browser has a pretty nifty notification system. While Gmail can provide some basic notifications through Chrome, Checker Plus lets you automatically read emails out loud, mark them as read from the notification, and more.Read more...

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When it comes to saving for the future, we all know we should, but getting in the mindset of doing it is the real trick. Finance blog Early Retirement Extreme offers a mental test for all spending decisions: will this press the accelerator towards your financial goals, or the brakes?Read more...

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Android: Some of us need a kick in the pants to get out of bed. If you're looking to wake up to something pleasant , Puzzle Alarm Clock is all wrong for you. If you'd like to be awoken with puzzles, math, flashing lights, and a $1 charge every time you snooze, however, you're in the right place.Read more...

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Most of us have dealt with frustrating customer service departments before, usually at big companies that couldn't care less about you or your problem. CallRed is a web service that cuts through that nonsense and gets you connected with the people who can actually help.Read more...

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Android: Chrome is one of our favorite web browsers for Android, but it can be a little sluggish from time to time. If you're looking for a speedy alternative, Javelin Browser sports good looks, solid features, and an AOSP-based core that's light and fast.Read more...

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iOS notifications are great for keeping you up to date with whatever's happening in your apps, but they get overwhelming quickly. With If This Then That, you can now refine those notifications so they're less intrusive, smarter, and more useful. Here's how.Read more...

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If you like your like your Android phone with a side of Apple-ish deviance, My Color Screen user Leche Style shares a home screen that takes inspiration from OS X Mavericks.Read more...

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Android's universal share menu is awesome, but it can get really cluttered really quickly. AppChooser lets you customize and clean up the share menu to your heart's desire.Read more...

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DynDNS, the awesome service that lets you access your home computers from anywhere , recently announced that it's getting rid of its free accounts. The most basic account now costs $25 per year.Read more...

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Happy Financial Literacy Month ! We go through the financial moves you should make every month, but April—being tax month and Financial Literacy Month—is a great time to start as any. Here's what you should be doing in the next few weeks.Read more...

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Happy Financial Literacy Month ! April is the national awareness month devoted to boosting your money savvy. That's why LearnVest has created this month's Financial To-Dos: five painless tasks to consider that can help get your money in tip-top shape—and set you up for a smart spring.Read more...

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iPhone: It's easy to lose track of all your expiration dates. Whether it's the sudden realization that your driver's license is expired, your passport needs renewal, your Evernote subscription is over, or whatever else, Expires is a simple app that gives you a list of your expiration dates. Read more...

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A new bug was found in Chrome that allows a web site to trigger and monitor your microphone without your knowledge. Chrome has accidentally allowed web sites to eavesdrop on your mic before, but this exploit does keeps its actions pretty well hidden. Read more...

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Google recently rolled out an update that added Google Now support to its Chrome browser on both Windows and Mac. That's great if you use Google services. If you don't, it tends to just repeatedly tell you the current weather. Here's how to disable it. Read more...

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As a motorist, you are one of the good ones. You're part of the solution, you do the right thing. Alas, you have the situational awareness of a half-grapefruit, so you make moves in the moment that could get someone killed. Here's how not to let that happen.Read more...

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Yoga can be great for relaxation, in addition to improving your overall health and well-being. This one move is an instant de-stresser, great for doing right before bed.Read more...

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