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Cups App Gets You Deals From The Best Indie Coffee Shops

Are you sick of doing nothing but supporting the big-name coffee chains like Starbucks? Would you rather give some of that business to an independent coffee shop that makes a great cup of Joe? Cups, a new mobile application, will connect you to several indie shops throughout the New York area, offering some pretty deep discounts in the process. Cups members enjoy special deals each day, and they also get acquainted with some of the local favorites for a truly unique experience. According to the website, the company purpose is to “make it easier for thirsty New Yorkers to find Read More

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Distiller Will Make You A Whiskey Expert In Seconds

If you are a whiskey drinker, an aspiring whiskey drinker, or simply new to the game of whiskey drinking, then you really need to get yourself to the Distiller website and/or mobile application. Other than the deep knowledge for whiskey drinking that the folks at Distiller clearly possess, they will also hook you up with a bottle that suits your fancy. As you can see from the image above, I was in the mood for an Irish whiskey with an off the charts “adventurous” rating, a party dynamic, and a moderate price of between $50 and $80. Those stipulations resulted Read More

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Mirror, Beam, And Stream, Android Users: AllCast Does It All

As an Apple junkie, one of the key features that has managed to successfully segregate me from the Android crowd is the flexible airplay option that can open up content convenience and possibilities from laptops, phones, and tablets to the Apple TV set-top box. Of course, the function has been exclusively to Apple devices, which is fairly limiting considering the company’s small market share. Now with AllCast, Android users can negate this Apple advantage with an app that streams or screen-mirrors from your Android device to Amazon’s newly announced FireTV media player. This means Android users can play videos (including Read More

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Make Sure You’re In Every Photo With Frontback

Frontback is a new app we discovered earlier in the week that allows you to take pictures of two things at the same time (almost). By enabling the front- and back-facing cameras on your smartphone, you can get a picture of that T-bone steak you’re about to eat and your face as it readies to dig in. Of course, the Frontback community probably doesn’t place the same level of importance on food as we do, so you’ll probably see some much cooler creations by downloading the app for iOS and taking a gander. Or, you can take a few of Read More

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Bet Your Office Bracket Pool Isn’t This Awesome

You want March Madness? This is March Madness. Bonobos has begun its Bracket Pro-Am Challenge allowing you to join forces with a sports legend to win some major prices and a trip to the 2015 Final Four. What you’ll do is register at the website (click here). Then, you’ll select your sports legend from the following choices: MLB Hall of Famer Rollie Fingers, competitive eating champion Takeru Kobayashi, former soccer star Marcelo Balboa, sumo wrestler Emanuel Yarbrough, and former paper airplane record holder Stephen Kreiger. Finally, you’ll submit your bracket picks before 12 p.m. EST on March 20. Your picks Read More

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Popcorn Time Shuts Down, Reopens Under New Management

There’s been quite a bit happening on the Popcorn Time front since we told you about the torrent streaming service last week. Over the weekend, the website posted a notification that it would be closing its doors due to the increased scrutiny that new stories all over the Internet — such as ours — brought to their front door. Yet before the body could even get cold, someone else stepped up to the plate to keep Popcorn Time alive. The people behind YTS (YIFY) declared they would be taking over the project with immediate effect in comments to TorrentFreak.  From Read More

Popcorn Time: It’s Netflix For Pirates

Popcorn Time is Netflix for movie and television pirates, and just between you guys, me, and the rest of the Internet, we don’t think it’s long for this world. However, it’ll be interesting to see how that works because, technically, the website isn’t hosting or ripping off the movies themselves. Instead, it’s pointing you to the best torrent links on the Internet for watching movies for free. The app is still in beta testing, but you can download version 2.5 right now if you have Mac OSX 10.7 or higher as well as Windows and Linux. According to Motherboard, the Read More

Digg, Paper, Zite: Who’s The Best?

When your whole world (and your means) is online, you need to know the best way to consume media in a way that is highly customizable and competent in its algorithms. While there are certainly some good websites out there — a favorite being ViralNewsChart.com — when it comes to media apps, there are only a handful we rely on — three, actually. Digg, Paper, and Zite. While Paper is an exciting new way to experience Facebook in a way that de-emphasizes your friends’ idiotic posts, (and it does have a gorgeous interface), it still isn’t quite there with its Read More

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