All Articles by Tory Foulk

Apple is working on a fix for GarageBand in iOS 11

If you've been having trouble launching music creation app GarageBand after updating to iOS 11, you aren't alone. Thankfully, Apple is aware of the issue.

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This environmental simulator lets you feel the heat and the wind in your favorite games and shows

Whirlwind FX's Vortx lets you fulfill your dream of knowing what it might feel like when a dragon totally roasts somebody near you in the Game of Thrones universe. (That's like the whole reason people watch that show, right?)

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You can now order food on Facebook for some reason

Can't possibly imagine leaving Facebook to order food on a different website? Now you don't have to. Thank goodness.

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This app helps you meditate without cutting into your daily routine

MindFi lets you meditate with open eyes while you're doing things like eating, driving and working so you can practice mindfulness no matter how busy your schedule is.

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IKEA just delayed HomeKit support for its smart lighting again

IKEA, which announced it'd be rolling out HomeKit support for its TRÅDFRI lights twice since August, has once again backtracked on the update due to technical issues.

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Amazon's new Kindle Oasis is waterproof

Amazon's newest addition to their Kindle E-reader line has a months-long battery life, a larger and clearer display, and — if you want – you can take it in the shower.

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Help App Camp correct the gender imbalance in tech

App Camp, a camp that empowers middle school-aged girls and transgender & gender non-conforming youth to pursue careers in tech, is looking to expand to three new cities. You can help out by donating!

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Netgear's Arlo Pro 2 security camera works with Amazon Alexa and records in 1080p HD

Netgear's newest addition to its smart home security line combines 1080p video capture and other improvements with the already great features of the original Arlo Pro.

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Wells Fargo just added Apple Pay support to more than 5,000 ATMs

If you're a Wells Fargo debit card user, you can now use tap and pay to make transactions at nearly half of Wells Fargo ATMs.

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Blinq is a smart ring that wants to help you cut out distractions

Do you get sidetracked by all those distracting notifications you get throughout the day? Blinq is statement-making smart jewelry that lets you filter out the unimportant stuff.

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This little robot lets you talk to and play with your dog from miles away

Do you hate leaving your pup at home alone? With Laïka, they won't be!

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You can now edit photos in the macOS Photos app using Pixelmator 3.7

The new version of photo editing app Pixelmator just hit the App Store, and is now fully compatible with macOS High Sierra.

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An Ode to AOL Instant Messenger

It's time to set your permanent away message: after 20 years, AIM is shutting down. (We're not crying, you're crying.)

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GROW Duo is a connected planter that lets you easily grow your own salad

Do you love plants? Do you desire a garden, but find keeping up with each plant's needs overwhelming? GROW Duo, the connected, self-watering planter, may be the solution you seek.

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This new Belkin USB-C dock is for hardcore multi-device users who need all the ports!

Belkin's new USB-C Express Dock 3.1 HD allows you to connect up to eight devices through a single cable, and distributes power based on the needs of each device.

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You can now post your Instagram stories directly to Facebook

Almost nobody was using Facebook's story feature, so now Facebook is attempting to salvage the situation by allowing users to post their Instagram story to both social media apps at the same time.

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Netflix raises its prices once again

Netflix is about to get a little bit more expensive.

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Need Halloween inspiration? This website shows you how to dress up like your favorite characters

Halloween is rapidly approaching, and there will soon be parties to go to and mad trick 'r treating to do. Do you have a plan for your costume? If not, Costume Wall wants to help.

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You can animate objects and erase green screens with Videoleap for iOS

Lightrick's newest creative app, Videoleap, is an easy-to-use mobile video editor flush with tools usually reserved for professional desktop software programs.

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Twelve South's Caddysack has a place for all your MacBook essentials

Do you have a new MacBook with zero ports? Are you sick of carrying, like, a hundred adaptors and your power cords, AirPods and all your other tech accessories? Caddysack may be the solution you're looking for.

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