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Arianna Gael

Arianna Gael is a tech and publishing junkie who lives for the outdoors. When not covering tech news, she's using tech to write and publish her own works of fiction.

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App Review: Citymapper Travel And Transit App For iOS

App Review: Citymapper Travel And Transit App For iOS
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When an app has won this many awards--the Apple 2013 and 2014 App of the Year and Editor's Choice awards, MTA New York... Read More →

Oband Aurora Smartwatch Review

Oband Aurora Smartwatch Review
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One of the current gadget crazes is the smartwatch, with everyone from no-name startups to Apple getting in on the... Read More →

iRBeacon Device Makes Your Stuff A Little Bit Smarter

iRBeacon Device Makes Your Stuff A Little Bit Smarter
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You may not be ready to pack up your belongings and move into a futuristic smarthouse just yet, but a new device called... Read More →

Wattpad Introduces After Dark, An App Just For Romance

Wattpad Introduces After Dark, An App Just For Romance
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With more than 40 million registered users and over 100 million uploads for readers to enjoy, Wattpad is probably the... Read More →

US Lawmakers Argue Proposed FCC Net Neutrality Regulations

US Lawmakers Argue Proposed FCC Net Neutrality Regulations
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In what has been called the most important vote on FCC regulations in our lifetime, the clock is ticking on the... Read More →

IvyPlug Smartplug Review

IvyPlug Smartplug Review
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This product from Shenzhen Landing gets five stars for concept--heck, I'll give it eight stars for concept--but three... Read More →

First 10 Kindle Scout Titles Available For Pre-Order

First 10 Kindle Scout Titles Available For Pre-Order
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Amazon's new discovery and upvoting tool Kindle Scout lets the people who matter most in the publishing process--the... Read More →

Are Waterproof eReaders Really That Important?

Are Waterproof eReaders Really That Important?
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If you've ever dropped your smartphone in the toilet then spent the next 48 hours offering sacrifices to the device as... Read More →

Microsoft OneNote For iPad Adds Handwriting Feature

Microsoft OneNote For iPad Adds Handwriting Feature
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Microsoft recently announced a long-awaited addition to its functionality for iPad devotees, and that's the addition of... Read More →

Facebook Accessibility Team Addresses Disabilities

Facebook Accessibility Team Addresses Disabilities
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Social media has become a vital tool for billions of people for a variety of reasons, but one key demographic of... Read More →

New Android Malware Simulates Shutdown and Mines Your Data

New Android Malware Simulates Shutdown and Mines Your Data
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If you have an Android phone and have purchased third-party apps from outside of the more well-known app stores, you... Read More →

Samsung Offers A Sneak Peek At The Galaxy S6

Samsung Offers A Sneak Peek At The Galaxy S6
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"Tomorrow, metals will flow...". At least that's what Samsung is telling us in the cruelest, shortest sneak peek at a... Read More →

YouTube To Unveil App For Kids’ Viewing

YouTube To Unveil App For Kids’ Viewing
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YouTube is an amazing innovation, and has become firmly embedded in our culture. Whether it's cats playing the keyboard... Read More →

Want to Remove Superfish From Your Device? Good Luck

Want to Remove Superfish From Your Device? Good Luck
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Once news broke about the months-long intentional consumer activity tracking by device manufacturer Lenovo, it wasn't... Read More →

Users Demand Answers From Lenovo For Pre-Installed Malware & Adware

Users Demand Answers From Lenovo For Pre-Installed Malware & Adware
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It's a privacy advocate's worst nightmare: announcements came out this week that it's not the government that citizens... Read More →