Memory Stories March 28, 2016



Google Photos for Android recently received a slight redesign in the form of a bottom bar that signified a change in the Material Design guidelines. A smaller app update today changes the behavior of how edited photos are saved.

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Memory Stories January 11, 2016

9to5Toys Lunch Break: View-Master VR $20, PNY 128GB MicroSDXC $35, Verizon Moto E (2015) $40, more

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View-Master VR Starter Pack for iPhone/Android: $20 Prime shipped (Reg. $30)

PNY High Performance 128GB High Speed MicroSDXC: $35 shipped (Reg. $80) | Amazon

Verizon Wireless Prepaid Moto E 4G w/ 8 GB flash: $40 shipped (Reg. $70) | eBay

Anker Tech Prime shipped: 13,000mAh Dual-USB Power Bank $25, Wireless Network Camera $60, LED Desk Lamp $26, more

WD My Book 5TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive: $110 shipped (Reg. $140)


FitBit’s Charge HR fitness tracker available for just $110 shipped (Reg. $150)


Add Bluetooth capabilities + a dual-port USB charger to your car for $16 (Reg. $28)


Segway and Intel got together to create a futuristic robot butler

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Memory Stories September 3, 2015


Following the public release of Chrome 45 a couple of days ago, Google yesterday detailed an important new feature for mobile: Chrome Custom Tabs. Now, Google is showing off more of the performance improvements that the company has introduced in the latest version, allowing Chrome to use less memory and power on the desktop. In one example, it seems Google has managed to reduce the memory footprint of most sites you visit through the browser… expand full story

Memory Stories April 15, 2014

Rememory app for Google Glass lets you dictate text notes and recall them later

The task of remembering everything that runs through our brains during a day is quite daunting. Sure you can write stuff down or type it out, but even the latter of those is still rather cumbersome. Looking to fix this problem, Mariux Apps has released a new app for Google Glass, dubbed Rememory, that lets you store notes in your Glass memory using nothing but your voice.

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