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Popular Web Scheduling Service Doodle Releases Its Official Android App

Ah, work scheduling. I recall with fondness long hours spent in the Texas A&M Commons building trying to schedule two weeks of 24-hour emergency desk service around the personal and scholastic lives of a dozen sophomores. No wait, not fondness, that's not right. What's the word I'm looking for? Ah, that's it: abject loathing. Maybe if we had something like Doodle, I wouldn't have spent four hours playing Time Slot Monopoly every other Wednesday.

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HERE Maps Adds Reversible Lanes Traffic And Direction In 12 U.S. And European Cities

In Lebanon, we have one seaside road where traffic direction reverses reliably at 11am and 11pm to lower congestion and help more people get into or out of Beirut as fast as possible. It doesn't do miracles on very busy days, but it helps a bit. The idea isn't unique to us and if you live in big metropolitan U.S areas with heavy traffic on some of the highways, then you know what reversible lanes are.

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Chevrolet's New Cooling Tech Keeps Your Phone Chilly While It Wirelessly Charges (Via PMA Or Qi), Is Awesome

Have you ever thought "I wish my car had air conditioning... but for my phone"? Of course you have. And if you haven't, you should be happy I've just told you about it, because now that you have thought about it, you of course want it. Because this is a very straightforward, obviously-good kind of idea.

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Sprint CEO Has Finally Had Enough Of John Legere's Teasing, Lets Him Know It In A Twitter Rant [Update: Legere Responds]

Remember the days when telecom CEOs were uptight guys in suits whose names you would never even know? Well, then John Legere happened. T-Mobile's bombastic CEO has been regularly poking fun at the competition ever since starting the Uncarrier initiatives, and Sprint's new CEO Marcelo Claure is sick of hearing it. After Legere blasted Sprint's recent All In blunder, Claure fired back in a series of vitriolic tweets.

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International Galaxy S2 Says Goodbye To CyanogenMod 11, Skips 12.0 Entirely For Fresh Nightly Build Of 12.1 Instead

At this point, custom ROMs are the only things keeping old Galaxy S2s feeling fresh and vaguely modern. If you turned to CyanogenMod as your experience of choice, you've been left stranded on version 11 running Android KitKat. Now you're in for a treat. Fresh builds of CyanogenMod 12.1 are ready for download.

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AT&T Galaxy S5 Receives Hefty Performance And Security-Related Update, While LG G3 Gets McAfee Factory Reset Protection

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Popular Shooter Overkill 3 Gets A Big Update With Online Multiplayer And Android TV Support

There's a new update in the Play Store for the popular shooter Overkill 3, and it's a big one. If you haven't given this game a shot (heh) in a while, now might be the time to dive in again. There are some new game modes and support for Google's Android TV boxes.

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[Update: Fixed] Google Photos Users Complain Of An Invisible Data Cap For 'Unlimited' Photo Uploads

The new unlimited upload function in Google Photos is undeniably generous. But the old saying that your mother taught you, "if something seems too good to be true, it probably is," would seem to be in effect.

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[Deal Alert] Buy This 10-Port USB Charger For $25 And Get Six Micro-USB Cables Free (A $10 Savings)

Do you have as many gadgets as you have fingers and struggle to charge them all at once? Well then, this is the deal you have been waiting for. Amazon has a pretty sweet promotion going on for the Sabrent 10-Port USB Charger.

If you purchase one today for $25 you will also get a six pack of highly rated Micro-USB cables thrown in for free.

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[Another One Bites The Dust] Cyanogen's Next Would-Be Phone, The Alcatel Hero 2+, Has Been Canceled - But Why?

Announced back in March at Mobile World Congress, the Alcatel Hero 2+ was to be the next powerful Cyanogen OS phone, following up on the OnePlus One after that partnership basically died.

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