Follower exclusive: 50% off photo wallpaper from WeMontage!

Back in April on my Top 3 for the TODAY show, I showed off an amazing removable wallpaper called WeMontage. Perfect for anyone with kids, college kids in dorms, seniors in assisted living, or anyone who just wants to share some of their awesome smartphone photos off. Check it out:

Now, exclusively for my fans and followers, WeMontage is offering 50% off any order! Just visit and use the coupon code neversettle (one word!). Now all you have to do is upload your photos, select one of their awesome templates, and you’ll have beautiful removable wallpaper shipped to your door at a deep discount. I love WeMontage’s photo wallpapers and I’m psyched to be able to offer this awesome discount to my followers. This offer expires the night of Sunday, June 29, so don’t delay—get that wallpaper order in now!

iOS 8 is coming this fall to iPhone & iPad: Here is what you need to know

At their annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco today, Apple announced the latest version of their mobile operating system, iOS 8. Coming this fall, iOS 8 offers a bunch of upgrades that should make life for iPhone and iPad users a lot easier. Here’s a look at all the features you’ll want to know about!

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5 Things You Need to Know About Amazon Fire TV

In Seattle today, Amazon launched their streaming TV solution, called Fire TV. Going head-to-head with Apple, Google and Roku for control of your living room, Amazon is promising a future about more than just streaming TV and movies!

Because the Fire TV runs a modified version of Android (just like Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets) you’ll be able to use apps, get voice recognition through the remote, and even play games on the big screen.

Before you rush over to Amazon and hand over $99 to get one, here’s 5 things you need to know about the Fire TV.

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Alzo Joyous Light: Beat the Wintertime Blues For Less Than $5

alzo joLate winter sometimes seems like it’s going to drag on FOREVER! February and March can leave me wondering if the sun is ever coming back, and that’s why I’m loving an easy and cheap way to fake it till Spring! The Alzo Joyous Light can deliver light therapy  — and make you feel a whole lot better — for less than $5.

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Sony 4K Camcorder Finds A Needle In The Haystack! Check Out The Quality & Find The Penny! #CES2014

With all the 4K TVs coming out of CES this year, one big question is where is the 4K content going to come from? Until your cable company goes 4K and places like Netflix start to offer 4K streams on upcoming, compatible streaming devices, a lot of the advantages 4K will bring in terms of picture quality are going to be impossible to justify for the average consumer.

Check out the video to learn about how Sony is making 4K home recording affordable in 2014.

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Checking out the Sphero 2B Robot at #CES2014 (Video)

In this video my good buddy Lance Ulanoff, the Editor in Chief of Mashable (follow him @LanceUlanoff!) shows off the new Sphero 2B, a drivable robot with interchangable parts that can do all kinds of things the original Sphero ball couldn’t. It can handle tons of different kinds of terrain, turn quickly, and even launch off ramps!

Keep reading and check the video!

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It’s a myth that tech gifts are expensive. Here are some affordable options! (TODAY)

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Tech always makes for a great gift, but many items can be rough on the wallet. Luckily there’s a list of alternatives that prove you don’t have to spend a ton to get something great and affordable.

Google Chromecast

At a price tag of $35, this is such an inexpensive and easy way to enjoy streaming. This little device plugs right into your HDMI port on your TV and then allows you to view content from your Smartphone, tablet or laptop on the big screen! Chromecast lets you stream movies, TV shows, music and more from channels like Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO Go, and Pandora.

Plus, you can also use it to stream videos you rent or buy from the Google Play store and even stream any open tab in your web browser straight to your TV.

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