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Archive for Apps – Page 2

Apps to help you plan your wedding! (Katie Couric)

Katie Couric had me on her show yesterday to show off the 5 best apps to help your plan your wedding! From planning the seating arrangement, sending cards and even saving some money, I’ve got apps to help you manage it all, quickly and easily. Plus, I get to show off some of my favorite […]

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Here are my 5 Hot Apps for Spring! (TODAY Show)

This morning I appeared on the TODAY show with 5 awesome new apps you should check out spring. Keep reading and check them all out!

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CNBC: Is “Glass” the answer to Google’s bottom line? (VIDEO)

It is undeniable that Google Glass is very innovative and that wearables are becoming a huge tech sector. But are they cool? Have people found $1500 of utility on Google’s “Glass” eyewear? I talk with Mashable’s Lance Ulanoff as well as CNBC’s Closing Bell team in the video clip embedded above.

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Google Now available for your computer via Google Chrome

Google’s intelligent personal assistant, called Google Now, has been available exclusively for Android and iOS users so far. On Android especially, Google Now integrates deep into the operating system and offer you information before you know you need it. Today, Google is extending Now’s functionality to those on their personal computers with a new version […]

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TODAY: Time and Money Saving Apps (Waze, Pushpins, POACHit)

On the TODAY show this morning, I showed Matt Lauer three apps that can save you time AND money. What could be better? Keep reading to find the apps I discussed.

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Entitle: a new app trying to be the “Netflix for eBooks”

This is a guest post contributed by Shy Mukerjee, the Managing and Online Editor of Mario Armstrong Media As an avid reader, I want a Netflix for eBooks more than any other app. I want a service that’s low-cost, has a huge and deep library, and allows me to binge on books the same way […]

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Find Online Coupon Codes That Actually Work With PoachIt

There are tons of coupon aggregators online, but the reality is  most of them have bad user interfaces that make finding what you want feel almost impossible, or they have expired coupons or promo codes that may or may not work. To find valid online coupon codes that actually work, try PoachIt.

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Three cloud apps to help you work more efficiently

The cloud is more than just a name for a new type of service. It’s a whole new way of doing business. Cloud apps help us to work smarter, do more remotely, without losing track of files no matter what device you or your co-workers are using. Here are three of my favorite cloud apps: […]

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Not going to #SXSW? Use the Banjo app to see what you’re missing!

I’m heading to Austin, Texas this Sunday for a whirlwind tour of the South by Southwest Interactive festival. While there, I’ll be giving advice to entrepreneurs at the meals with mentors event, giving a talk on the risks of NOT building your personal brand & the 5 most critical words every entrepreneur should know, and […]

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Trying to find a doctor on Yelp? Here’s something you should know!

If you’re in an unfamiliar city or having a late-night emergency, how do you find a doctor that’s reputable and available? One option could be to turn to Yelp, where you can often find doctors or urgent care facilities with dozens of reviews. But before you blindly trust the reviews that you find, there’s something […]

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