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Quick Look: Octa WhaleTail And MonkeyTail Tablet Stands/Mounts/Hands-Free Holders

We're always looking for new and practical ways to prop tablets up (or otherwise use them without tying up at least one hand). While we've looked at several different tablet stands in the past, we've never seen anything quite like the MonkeyKit ($99) and WhaleKit ($49) for Octa's TabletTail. Before we get into that, though, a little explanation of the TabletTail is in order.

TabletTail itself isn't one particular thing, but rather a series that encompasses a few different components for different uses: the vacuum dock, MonkeyTail, and WhaleTail.

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[New App] Scatter, From Developer Of AIDE, Automatically Syncs Data Between Your PC And Android Device Over A Secure P2P Connection

There are a myriad of ways to move data between your Android device and computer, but the new app Scatter promises to do it better. Scatter uses peer-to-peer data syncing to send files and text from one device to the other. It's in beta, but the functionality is impressive.

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Snapkey's Si Evolution Keyboard (Now Out Of Beta) Makes For A Great Brain Teaser, Still Sucks For Typing

I really don't want to hate Snapkey's Si Evolution keyboard. It's innovative, and as the forward thinking individual that I tell myself I am, I want to be encouraging. But here's the thing, innovative solutions should fix something. That's why they're called solutions in the first place. The Si Evolution keyboard is kind of cool, and given enough devotion, it might even speed up your typing, but it simply breaks more than it fixes.

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[Deal Alert] Buy The HTC One From Radioshack And Get $100 In Google Play Credit – AT&T One Is $149.99, Sprint Only $79.99

If you've been looking longingly at the HTC One, now may be the time to make a move. Radioshack is selling the AT&T and Sprint versions for a good price with a new account, but you also get $100 in Google Play credit. That means the you can come out ahead on the Sprint version.

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The Sprint One can be purchased online, but that sweet $79.99 price is only for new accounts and new lines.

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[OH YEAAAAAH] There Is Now A Kool-Aid Man Photobomb App, Because That's Obviously What You've Always Wanted

If I were to tell you that you could easily insert the iconic Kool-Aid man into your pictures in one easy step, would your response be "OH YEAAAAH?" Then you, my friend, are about to have the best day ever. But stop smiling so much – your Kool-Aid-stained teeth will scare small children.

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What's Yours Is Google Mine: How Users Will Track Items Via Google+

So I was sitting around this weekend using Gmail, Google+, and Google Drive thinking, "Gee, I wish there was a way I could give Google even more information about me." It turns out, there soon will be. The mad scientists at Mountain View are currently preparing a new service entitled Google Mine that is totally not a private sector arm of PRISM. It allows users to share their belongings with friends in their Google+ circles, letting people see both what others own and what they want.

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CyanogenMod 10.1 Finally Comes To The ASUS Transformer Prime TF201, Nightly Build Ready To Download

You remember the ASUS Transformer Prime, don't you? World's first Tegra 3 device? One of the first tablets to use Ice Cream Sandwich? A name somewhat reminiscent of a Hasbro toy? Back when ASUS was still calling every machine "Eee"? For some reason, it took the indefatigable CyanogenMod team several months to get CM 10.1 (Android 4.2) ready for the metal-clad TF201, but nightly builds have finally started appearing on the download page.

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Ever Wish You Could Dim Your Screen Below "0% Brightness" Sometimes? There's An App For That

Update: As has been brought to our attention, there are other apps that do this, like Screen Filter and Lux.

When you're scrolling through a feed reader or Reddit in the wee hours of the morning on an Android phone or tablet, sometimes even the lowest of brightness settings can seem a bit too luminous.

Now, there's an app that, quite simply, allows you to plumb the depths of darkness that you had only dreamed of before.

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[Deal Alert] Powerbag Instant Messenger Laptop Bag With 6000mAh Battery ($49.99) Today Only, Or 3000mAh Battery ($24)

Carrying your mobile devices around with you is kind of what they're for, but that might mean venturing far from a power outlet. If you run out of juice, then what? Disaster. You'd probably end up devoured by wolves, or something. Lucky for you there are some killer deals on Powerbag messenger bags today.

Update: Looks like the Vau.lt deal is sold out, folks.

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The 3000mAh Powerbag is on sale at Vau.lt, which previously had the backpack version for cheap.

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AT&T Pushing Android 4.1.2 To The Pantech Flex Beginning June 21st

What's that? You've never heard of the Pantech Flex? Don't sweat it – it's just a little AT&T freebie sporting various mid-range specs. But today, it becomes something more. Something better. Something Jelly Bean-ier. The handset is currently receiving its version bump to Android 4.1.2, which of course brings all sorts of goodies to the table.

According to AT&T's blog post, Flex owners should get a text message when the update is available on their handset.

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