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Tha 13 Icon Pack From Tha Phlash Is The Bloodiest, Goriest, Nastiest Way To Rotten Up Your Home Screens

Most people who know me are aware of how much I love horror movies. And out of all genres of horror, old school slashers are probably my favorite - the more guts, the better. Also, I'm a sucker for a chainsaw...but generally only when Leatherface is holding it. <3

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If you're into blood and gore like I'm into blood and gore, and you want to translate that particular obsession onto your homescreen, a new icon pack from Tha Phlash called 13 is sure to make you tingle all over.

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Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM Review: The Biggest, Baddest, Loudest BOOM Yet

When I reviewed the Ultimate Ears BOOM back in July of 2013, it quickly became my favorite portable speaker, and held that title all throughout last year. To this day, in terms of portability, form factor, and sound quality, I don't think you can get a better all-around package. Sure, there are more robust speakers (like the Fugoo speaker), and there are even speakers that sound better (like the Bose SoundLink Mini, which is amazing for the size), but when it comes to one do-it-all monster, the BOOM is it.

Naturally, when Ultimate Ears announced the MEGABOOM at CES, I had to jump in line to check it out.

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[Deal Alert] All dbrand Skins Are 25% Off For Today Only

One of the lamest things about most modern Android devices is the lack of color options. One person can only choose between "Snow White," "Black Velvet," and "Rose Gold" so many times before wanting to scream, after all.

For situations like that, there's dbrand. They make custom skins for a variety of devices, allowing users to modify their device however they see fit (and change that look on a whim with different skins). Tired of looking at that stark white Note 4? Throw some red leather on it. The blue Nexus 6 not doing it for you anymore? Spice it up with the look of bamboo.

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Sprint Rolling Out LTE To 25 New Markets By February 19th

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[Deal Alert] Dell Venue 8 7000 Currently $369.99 ($30 Off) At Best Buy

The Dell Venue 8 7000 is an absolute diva, thin enough to stun a crowd and surrounded by more cameras than necessary. Today you can pick one up from Best Buy for $30 off the regular price, bringing the total down to $369.99.

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At 6mm thick, this thing is thinner than an iPad. The bezels are small too, except for the chin that juts out at the bottom, not unlike the Sharp Aquos Crystal. The display itself is a 2560x1600 OLED panel that, a 8.4-inch inches, amounts to a crisp 359 pixels per inch.

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As for those cameras, there are three on the back and two on the front.

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Sony Releases A SmartEyeglass Companion App In The Play Store

Sony is apparently really serious about creating its own Google Glass competitor. You'd think Google's inability to talk everyone into wearing a computer on their faces would give Sony pause, but here we are with the official Sony SmartEyeglass app in the Play Store.

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[Deal Alert] PNY Battery Packs, MicroSD Cards, And Other Flash Memory Up To 67% Off On Amazon Today Only

Today Amazon is offering significant discounts on PNY products ranging from portable battery packs to microSD/SD cards, and flash drives. Savings range from 23% to 67% off.

Starting with the microSD cards, the best deal is the 64GB one going for $23.23, 58% off its regular price. If that's more space than you need, there's a 32GB card reduced down to $14.49 and a 16GB one reduced to $8.75.

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A winter storm is forecast to hit my area later today, precisely the kind of situation where an external battery pack or two could come in handy (though it's too late to order one from Amazon in this case).

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Chrono List Is A Simple, Material, And Completely Free Interval Timer

Sometimes developers strike (figurative) gold. They send an app submission just when you're thinking that you need to find an app that does the exact same thing, and it's Presidents Day so your plate is otherwise empty and you can try it out. Such is the case with Chrono List. But let's back up.

For a few days now, I have been thinking how silly it is that I have to keep staring at my treadmill's timer to figure out when to switch speeds during my runs. See, some days I go for a gradual speed increase over 5' intervals, and other days I do a HIIT of 1' intense runs and 2' walks. I can't exactly lose [my]self in the music, or have myself a good time if my eyes are rooted to the clock the entire run.

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Google's Device Art Generator Adds Android Wear To Lineup

Google's official device art generator is a great tool for making screenshots look pretty. For all recent Nexus devices, including Nexus 5, 6, 7, and 9 (plus a few older devices), the generator has high-quality device frames that will perfectly show off properly sized screenshots. Users can simply drag a screenshot in and then drag the framed shot back out, with shadow or glare effects if desired.

Now, it looks like Android Wear has joined the lineup on the device art generator. Rather than opting for specific device art (which in this case would include a watch body and a strap), Google has added very basic frames for "round" or "square" watches (no flat tire shapes allowed).

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More Evidence That Google Play Music All Access May Shift Branding To 'Google Play Music Unlimited'

As nice as Google Play Music All Access is for music lovers (and it's gotten considerably nicer since essentially being merged with YouTube Music Key), the branding is a bit of a mouthful. We've been sent a series of tips that indicate that Google may shift the name sometime in the future... but don't hold out for something particularly ingenious. According to our tipster, the new name might be "Google Play Music Unlimited," as indicated way back in July of last year.

At least some of the portions of Google's support text refer to "Google Play Music Unlimited," particularly the newer email messages sent to customers.

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