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Posted: 17 Nov 2012 07:27 PM PST
Here at Mashable, we're not looking to add to your stress; rather, we're trying to reduce it. So, for your convenience, we've rounded up all of our digital features into one post.
This week's roundup contains essential resources for holiday shoppers, including our Gift of the Day series and a gallery of 50 holiday gifts for video-game fans.
In addition to gifts and gadgets, you'll find helpful social media and digital business advice, as well as some killer software apps. So dig in, and help yourself to a holiday-feast-sized portion of digital…
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With a growing selection of gadgets on the market, there's a noticeable trend towards universal accessories. IDAPT, which works with iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry and other platforms, is no exception.
IDAPT offers up to three audio sources: Bluetooth, line-in and for its S2 models, FM radio.
"To turn it on, press the 'on/off' button location on the top right corner, Then, select the tip that matches your device, insert it into the slots, pick a song and pre…
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This year Walmart is starting Black Friday on Thursday, so you can get an early start on your holiday tech savings. You'll need to gobble up your Thanksgiving dinner early and get over to Walmart; the company is kicking off in-store deals at 8 p.m. local time on Thanksgiving, when you can snag a Nintendo Wii Console for $89.
The big electronics event begins at 10 p.m. with deals on a Samsung 43-inch plasma TV and a NOOK Color. Don't worry that they'll run out of those door-buster deals either. Walmart is offering a one-hour guarantee on select consumer electronics during Thursday's 10 p.m. event.
Walmart says customers inside…
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Google's Niantic Labs released a new game this week called Ingress that turns your neighborhood into the game board. The free app encourages you to get outside to unlock new features, weapons and adventures using local statues landmarks and the like.
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November is National Diabetes Month, a condition that is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. Of the 25.8 million Americans who suffer from the disease, 7 million do not know they have it, according to the National Institutes of Health.
Diabetes is a chronic condition that results from defects in insulin production, insulin action or both. There are two main types of diabetes -- Type 1 and Type 2. Type 1 usually occurs before the age of 20 and is a result of the pancreas no longer making insulin. This type of diabetes requires taking insulin and possibly other medication. Type 2 diabetes, often called adult o…
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Humans are not the only ones who should be worried about their jobs being taken away by robots. Turns out, job-stealing 'bots are soon going to make dolphins the oceans' new unemployed.
The U.S. Navy has used trained dolphins and sea lions to hunt mines for over 50 years, as part of its initially classified Sea Mammal Program. These animals have been used to spot the oceans' hidden bombs because of their unique echolocation capabilities -- they have what can be described as a biological sonar. The downfall, apart from the fact that you're putting animals in danger, is that they need a lot of care and are expensive to maintain. That's why the US Navy…
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