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3 Good Reasons to Try the Scout Navigation App for iOS

|   Telenav's Scout iOS navigation app just got some cool new features, including the ability to search while navigating. Best of all, the app is free and it provides accurate directions.

Falcon 9 Reusable (F9R) Rocket First Test Flight

|   This video is of the first test flight of the Falcon 9 Reusable Rocket (F9R).

Anatomy of an Android OS Update, from HTC

|   If you've ever wondered why it takes so long for device makers and wireless carriers to roll out Android software updates, HTC has an infographic you should see.

Radio Shack Giving Away iPhone 5s with iPhone 4s Trade-In

|   That old iPhone 4s will get you a free iPhone 5s from Radio Shack, if you don’t mind signing a two-year contract. Without a trade-in, the Radio Shack price is still a bargain at $99.

BlackBerry Not a Part of Smartphone 'Kill Switch' Group (UPDATED)

|   The majority of leading smartphone makers expressed support for the new "Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment," but BlackBerry is one of the few notable device makers that has not.

For Those Days When You Just Need a Matching Orange Alligator Smartphone and Smartwatch...

|   Paris-based By Atelier is "celebrating the launch of Samsung's Galaxy S5" with a blindingly orange alligator skin case and wristband for the Gear Fit smartwatch. And the set only costs $2,500.

'Get The Job' Interviewing App for Android, iOS Not Worth Your Time

|   A recent game for Android and iOS tests your knowledge of the job interview process. The paid version asks some good questions, according to CIO.com blogger James A. Martin, but the freebies are mostly useless.

Why Chrome Remote Desktop for Android is Nearly Useless

|   Google released an Android version of its Chrome Remote Desktop app, and the software lets you remotely view what's on your Windows or Mac screen. Unfortunately, accessing your computer is a significant challenge, according to CIO.com blogger James A. Martin.

Microsoft to Windows 8.1 Users: Update ASAP or You're on Your Own

|   Windows 8.1 users who don’t install a recent patch won’t be able to install any future security patches, according to Microsoft

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