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PhotoMath Arrives On Android To Help Your Lazy Brain Do Math

Your teachers always said you'd need math, and they were right. If only you hadn't forgotten all of it as soon as you were out of school. Stupid math. PhotoMath can do it for you and all you need to do is point your phone at the offending math problem.

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AT&T Offering Open Enrollment For Mobile Device Insurance Until March 31st

If you want insurance for your device on AT&T and you bought the phone or tablet over a month ago, you're normally in trouble. For a limited time, though, you can get their insurance regardless of the date you bought the device. Until March 31, AT&T is allowing open enrollment on any of their three insurance plans:

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The most expensive tier, which was introduced last summer, can cover tablets and laptops that have no relationship with AT&T so long as there is at least one device that is tied to the carrier on the plan.

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Kwikset Kevo Android App Exits Beta, Available Now With All Features Supported

The Kwikset Kevo lets people unlock their doors with just a finger tap. But as cool as the spiffy Bluetooth-enabled lock sounds, it relies on companion software to make the magic happen. Fortunately the Android app has recently come out of beta. Now people with compatible devices can take advantage of all the features previously available only to iOS users.

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The app requires Lollipop due to its reliance on Bluetooth Smart, which only the latest version of Android fully supports.

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Google Cancels Pwnium, The Competition For Finding Vulnerabilities In Chrome, In An Effort To Improve Security [You Read That Correctly]

Google is cancelling the upcoming iteration of Pwnium, the competition they have sponsored regularly over the past several years. Pwnium has been very useful for Google in protecting Chrome and Chrome OS, because the entire event is about finding holes in the Chromium project. Why did they cancel it, then? For the sake of security!

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Mobile-Friendly Websites Will Get A Boost From Google's Search Algorithm Starting In April

Google's search indexing is kind of a big deal - having a high spot in relevant searches for the world's biggest search engine can literally make or break a business. So if you don't want your site to lose its spot, you'd better make sure your website looks good when accessed from a mobile browser.

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WhatsApp+ Developer Releases Telegram+ After Being Forced To Drop The First Project

The developer who was forced to pull WhatsApp+ after receiving a cease and desist letter from the folks at WhatsApp (cough, Facebook) is at it again. Now that talent is going over to Telegram. The developer has decided to release an enhanced version of the instant messenger by the name of Telegram+.

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Woolet Is A Wallet With An Embedded Self-Charging Bluetooth Tether So You Won't Lose It

Ever lose your wallet? Presumably it would be much harder to lose this one. Woolet is basically a wallet with a Bluetooth tether built in that can be paired with your phone. It has just been funded on Kickstarter with more than a month still to go.

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MLB.com At Bat Gets Some Fancy New Material Design Duds For The 2015 Season, Plus Spanish Language Support

Football is a distant memory of a blown call. Basketball is stuck in the middle part of the season with playoffs months away. And hockey is... I actually don't know what hockey is doing, because I don't care. What was I talking about? Oh, right, Major League Baseball starts next month!

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Madfinger's 'Unkilled' Is A New First-Person Zombie Shooter Due Out In June That Totally Isn't Dead Trigger 3

Madfinger Games has a new first-person shooter in the works that's all about shooting zombies, and no, it isn't Dead Trigger 3. This game, due to come out this June, goes by the name of Unkilled.

It may seem weird for a company that already has released not one but two popular zombie-based first-person shooters to kick off another franchise that is also about mindless flesh eaters, but hey, maybe there's some creative way to utilize the undead that has yet to be explored.

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HTC Releases Lollipop Kernel Source For One M7 Developer Edition

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