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How To: Use the Google Mobile App for the iPhone to search better

Google has it fingers in just about every digital pie there is, including the App Store of their leading smartphone OS competitor, Apple. This video will show you how to use the Google Mobile App for the iPhone, a great app that allows you to do Google voice searches and all sorts of other handy search tasks. Apple is pretty sweet, but Apple and Google together is a huge mobile phone combo.

How To: Solve a Rubik's Cube with famous speedcuber Tyson Mao

Tyson Mao is a renowned world competitor in solving the Rubik's Cube. Not only did this Californian become a world class solver, but he also formed the Rubik's Cube Association with fellow speed solver Ron van Bruchem, which holds competitive events for the Rubik's Cube. If you want to learn how to solve the colorful and mighty puzzle, then who better than to learn from then Tyson Mao?

How To: Ski moguls

Work on turns for skiing over bumps or moguls. Learn skiing tips and techniques in this video lesson from a ski instructor. Take action: re-center on uphill foot, practice ouch, tip, drift, and flatten skis, don't rush middle of turns, and be patient. Bill, the host of this how-to video from Live Strong, is a former world-class freestyle competitor and elite coach. He is now the indoor ski simulator coach at the Aspen Club and Spa at John Clendenin's Ski Doctors. Laurie is a long-time aspen r...

How To: Hit a golf ball far with lower body help

Fire that golf ball! Long drive competitor Vince Howell demonstrates his technique for hitting the golf ball a long way by firing his lower body. To hit the golf ball farther means you have to manage your upper and lower body. Just watch to see how to hit a golf ball far with lower body help.

How To: Shape ski turns

Use a variety of turning shapes on the ski slopes. Learn skiing tips and techniques in this video lesson from a ski instructor. Take action: avoid convergence, tip both skis in turns, and start turns from bottom of feet. Bill, the host of this how-to video from Live Strong, is a former world-class freestyle competitor and elite coach. He is now the indoor ski simulator coach at the Aspen Club and Spa at John Clendenin's Ski Doctors. Laurie is a long-time aspen resident and former ski racer, s...

Dev Report: uSensAR Aims to Fill the Gap for Android Users Left by ARCore's Limits

In 2017, major breakthroughs in smartphone-based simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) opened up new doorways for developers and users of both Apple and Android phones. Unfortunately for Android users, the solution that Google is previewing, ARCore, currently only works on three Android smartphones. But Silicon Valley start-up uSens is stepping in to fix that with its new engine called uSensAR.

News: Will It Bend? iPhone 6 Plus vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 3

With the release of the iPhone 6 Plus, comparisons to the Samsung Galaxy Note series have been circulating like crazy, and it's only natural. The Note was panned as an oversized gimmick when it was released, but after its enormous success, Apple caved and built their own "phablet," something that Samsung took little time to call them out on.

News: Snap & Time Warner to Create 10 Original 5 Minute Shows a Year

Thanks to a $100 million deal, you could be seeing more original shows on your Snapchat soon. Already, Snap has been producing super short shows in order to compete with social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook who have also been attempting to create their own content. While musical.ly has so far had the biggest success in this area, this deal with Time Warner is certainly promising for the beleaguered platform.

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