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For years I’ve been using the ESPN app to get notifications on all my teams. From top stories to score updates, the app was always there with the data I needed. But it was during MLS Decision Day last season that I started to realize the app wasn’t cutting it anymore. As I waited for …

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The Facebook app has been broken for years, and continues to make all devices into sub-par devices.

NYC is always full of food wars. From dueling prices in pizza stores to Pret opening wherever Fresh & Co. doesn’t. But the latest war has been in coffee stores. Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks go head-to-head with locations seemingly on every other block. For example I have two Dunkin’s and three Starbucks’ all within two …

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I try not to do similar themes/posts on back to back days, but this one is too good to pass up. The Nik Collection is a group of tools from Google to help photographers with nice effects. The collection consists of seven programs which include the abilities to explore how your pictures would look through …

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Google announced this week that they would be retiring their “Chrome App Launcher” on Windows, Mac and Linux, and naturally people who had no idea what this meant, proceeded to freak out that Chrome is leaving their lives. Relax peoples, Google Chrome isn’t going anywhere. Chances are these people have never used the Chrome App …

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