The quick and dirty on the new MacBook Pro

Today at the Apple Event, the new MacBook Pro was revealed, and let's just say we are all trying to find ways to rationalize an upgrade. If you're wondering whether you might want to trade in your older model for this new laptop, here's a quick rundown of the new...

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The new hi-tech paper planner that’s blowing our minds

Even though I've become a strictly digital planner kind of person, but I do find myself missing paper planners. Well, Moleskine, who's my long-time personal favorite source for old-school paper journals, has a brilliant new solution that's exciting both the geek and...

This app freezes kids’ phones until they answer your texts. Awesome or intrusive?

Does this situation sound familiar, parents? You're trying to get in touch with your tween or teen, but they're ignoring your texts because they're busy playing games on their phone, which also happens to be set on silent. Well, that's what was happening with dad Nick...

TripIt’s new feature makes air travel so much less stressful. We’ll take it!

If you've ever tried dragging a bunch of tired kids and all of their luggage around an airport while searching for a charging port, a snack, or a bathroom -- let alone the gate for the next leg of your flight that boards in five minutes -- you'll know why I'm so happy...

Here’s why the iOS TV app is the best free app that you’re probably not using. Until now.

My family ditched cable a while ago, and now we rely on a variety of apps to watch shows and movies. It's great, but there is one problem: the annoyance of knowing the one movie I want to watch, and having to search through every app individually to find it, that is...

3 new breastfeeding apps that could make nursing a whole lot easier for new moms.

Just because breastfeeding is a natural process, it isn't necessarily all blissed out bonding time. But luckily, we live in a time where there are tons of tech to help nursing moms, like these 3 new breastfeeding apps that caught our attention. Related: Doctor on...

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Educational Apps

My Incredible Body app

School's almost out for summer where I am, so I'm glad to find an awesome new educational app called My Incredible Body that takes kids -- and hey, parents too -- on a fascinating journey through nearly all the organ systems in our body and keeps the learning going....

Apps parents should know about: Whisper

A few years ago, we warned parents about Whisper, a free app that allows users to post about anything and everything anonymously, then connect in groups based on interests and location. But recently, a Denver teen was lured by a sex offender through the app, which is...

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