Yaara (@ylancet) is a freelance writer, tech blogger and chocolate lover, who's also a biologist and a full-time geek. Find her also at lnct.org.
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Yaara's Latest Posts
Is there anything more interesting on than statistics? Not the school type, the Internet type. But what about “you” statistics? Or shall we say, a stats selfie?
On most smartphones, even zooming in a bit will result in a somewhat blurry photo. Want to shoot something that’s really far away? Good luck with that. Unless you own a Snapzoom, that is.
How big is your eBook collection? Do you own hundreds of books? Or maybe a big fat zero? Enter to vote!
This post is not about getting things done. It’s not about to-do lists either. It’s about two apps so simple and yet so useful, they’ll give your phone a new purpose.
You hand over your phone to show someone a photo. Next thing you know, they go through all the photos in your gallery, including those embarrassing ones. Don’t let it happen.
How hard is it to turn your smartphone photos into beautiful drawings and sketches?
BitCoin. Is it the future of currency and economy, or just a passing fad? Did you jump on the BitCoin wagon?
YouTube is an unlimited source of restriction-free music anyone in the world can listen to. While it’s easy enough to find and listen to it on YouTube itself, there are other, easier ways.
Don’t worry, it’s nothing to be ashamed of. If you’re careful, you can even do it while at work. Just don’t get caught, or you might make some people very, very hungry.
This week, we need your help. Tell us what you want to read more about, and chances are you will!
Restaurant-finding apps are a dime a dozen. They do a great job with the smaller places, they might disappoint when you’re looking for that really good place.
Just because you don’t own the right smartphone doesn’t mean you have to give up on apps like Instagram.
Is Apple really falling from grace? Tell us how many Apple products you have at home!
Chances are you need an alarm clock to wake up. If you own an Android device, place your trust on AlarmPad. With its customizable options, it does more than wake you up.
BlackBerry always seemed like a dying, irrelevant OS. Until now.