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While the QR code is still gaining mainstream support across America, a Seattle-based startup named Dynotag launched this week that allows users to create QR codes for free and link those codes to a personal Web page.
By Kelly MontgomeryProvided by
Who needs a garden when you've got an electronic plant pot to grow you flowers? Check out the Click & Grow system, which allows users to grow flowers, basil, and tomatoes with only 4 AA batteries and a bottle of water.
By Jeffrey Van CampProvided by
One of the biggest problems with cell phone plans today is that carriers are charging more and more for data and messaging, but aren't offering any flexibility when it comes to their talk plans, which start at $40 per month.
By Molly McHughProvided by
Facebook is for poor people – or at least that's probably what the members of these elite social networks think. For these prestigious sites it's quality (usually in the form of power and money) over quantity.
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This may be the last iPhone 5 rumor you ever hear: Apple will hold its next big event on October 4, reports John Paczkowski at AllThingsD, who spoke with "sources close to the matter." During the event, the company's new chief executive, Tim Cook, will unvei
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Butterfly in the sky, I can go twice as high. Take a look, it's in a book it's -- ah forget books, print's dying. But you don't have to take my word for it, LeVar Burton has lost faith in print too.