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Moviedo – Todo Lists for Movies released on the App Store

Independent developer, Ryan Nystrom today introduces Moviedo 1.0.1, his new entertainment app developed for iOS devices. Moviedo finds movies from RottenTomatoes and iTunes feeds that can be sorted and put into custom lists. Perfect for movie lovers who want to keep track of any type of movie, Moviedo offers the best way to find, organize, and get reminders about movies you want to see. Create your own lists for all types of occasions: favorites, date night, oldies but goodies and more.

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Xiaomi unveils Mi routers and set-top box, no tablet in sight

Xiaomi has decided to one-up fledgling OnePlus by holding its press event half an hour ahead of the other. However, Xiaomi's surprise lineup, which consists of two routers and a TV box, might not be what many have been excitedly waiting for.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 now supported by TWRP recovery

Tinkerers and modders who desire the Galaxy S5 for its hardware but with very little interest in Samsung's bloatware now have a fighting chance. The latest 2.7 version of the Team Win Recovery Project, better known as TWRP, is now available for Galaxy S5 devices of the "klte" variant. TWRP rose through the ranks at a time when Clockwork Recovery or CWM was seemingly stagnating in terms of new features, primary among them being the lack of a touch-based interface

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Apple launches new iPhone 5s ad ‘Powerful’

Apple has released a new iPhone 5s ad called "Powerful". It's set to the song Gigantic by the Pixies, the ad highlights the iPhone 5s' utility with several kinds of musical instruments and vocals, as a connected controller for lighting, gaming, and rocket launching, for slow motion video, videography, live translation, blood pressure measurement, and finishes with the line — "You're more powerful than you think". It's a good ad, not as intense as Verse and a lot more fun.

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Withings Pules O2 tracks blood oxygen and sleep

Withings, the same company who outed the Wiscale wireless scale more than three years ago, has released a new version of its Pulse activity tracker. The Pulse O2 is more of an incremental update that adds a few new features, in particularly the ability to monitor blood oxygen levels and sleep patterns.

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AT&T first quarter revenues highest in two years

AT&T has just given its first quarter report and it seems that things are looking good for the US carrier.. The strong revenues, growth in its postpaid smartphone sales, and its acquisition of Leap Wireless has made it raise its full-year 2014 outlook to 4 percent or greater

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Iterate 66: Supertop on Tokens and Castro

Padraig Kennedy and Oisin Prendiville of Supertop join Marc, Seth, and Rene to talk about their promo code-sharing app for Mac, Tokens, and their podcast app for iOS, Castro. Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe in RSS Download directly Follow on Twitter Show notes Supertop Tokens Castro The Value of Background Fetch Mark Kump on Dribbble iTunes Connect transporter Castro's Playback Scrubber úll 2014 Guests Padraig Kennedy Oisin Prendiville Hosts Marc Edwards of Bjango Seth Clifford of Nickelfish Rene Ritchie of Mobile Nations Feedback Leave a comment below or yell at us on Twitter or leave a comment below.

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Samsung is failing to draw users into its contents and apps says study

Samsung might often be in headlines when it comes to gadgets and devices, but the rest of its mobile ecosystem isn't faring as well as it hopes. A study done by Strategy Analytics shows that while Samsung's Galaxy smartphones are faring quite well, its users do not necessarily prefer its own apps and services. The Korean company has dreams beyond being just a consumer electronics manufacturer.

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Humble Mobile Bundle 5 sweetens the deal with three more titles

With just about 6 days more to go before its latest Humble Mobile Bundle 5 campaign ends, Humble Bundle is unsurprisingly expanding the catalog with three more titles. Included in this list is the very first R-Type, cutesy Paper Monsters, and a wacky Enviro-Bear 2010. Paper Monsters is a traditional 2D platformer reminiscent of games like Mario and its ilk

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