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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The new iPad mini’s price puts it in a precarious position next to its competitors. Is it really worth its price?
Notegraphy makes it easy to create stylized snippets of text for yourself, or to share on social networks, and can also help you find interesting (and beautiful) snippets by others.
Tablets seem to be taking over the world. Where are you in all of this? Do you own a tablet? Did you use to? Do you plan to become a tablet owner soon?
Imagine that money was no object. Imagine that you, as a freelancer or just a person who works from home, could have the desk of your dreams. Wouldn’t that be amazing?
Is there a way to use Twitter like an RSS reader and stay updated on what really matters? There are several. If you often use the “favorite” button, Tweetbits could be the solution.
It turns out there are other Instagram apps out there, and they’re good.
Put all biases aside and ignore your actual phone for a minute. Now tell us the truth, which is the best mobile OS out there?
From finding eBook deals to automatically sending articles to your Kindle, these are all the IFTTT recipes you need. This great automation service can be used to supercharge your eBook reading.
Wish you could easily copy and paste text and links from one device to another? Belt.io is your universal clipboard that syncs across all your devices and helps you quickly access your data.
The Netatmo Weather Station is a neat gadget that can send current weather conditions from both outside and indoors straight to your smartphone or tablet.
Just like every year, it’s time to tally up what each major company did (or didn’t do) for us this year. Which of these companies did the best?
Buffer and monitoring tool Mention combined to give Buffer users the ability to monitor the social Web for mentions of their company or favorite subject, and schedule this content to their social feeds using Buffer.
If you’re looking for a new way to discover good iPhone and iPad apps that have recently gone free, without drowning in endless options, try this exciting web application today.
The simplest way to find Kickstarter gems is to integrate your search with something you already do daily, namely, your social networks!
2013 is coming to a close, and it’s time to choose the best and most significant gadget of 2013!