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The Pebble Smartwatch is pretty neat, but it doesn’t connect to your computer in very interesting ways. Coder Joseph Schmitt decided to see if it was possible to get a little more out of his Pebble, and figured out a way to launch websites on his computer from the watch itself.
iPhone: We’re big fans of PushBullet on Android because it’s one of the easiest ways to send text, files, images and more from your computer to your phone. Now, the service is on the iPhone as well.
Sometimes, you just need to take a picture of whatever amazing thing is happening on your phone’s screen. On Windows Phone 8, all you have to do is press and hold the Start and Power buttons.
Readers offer their best tips for not missing too many important calls and a handy set of neck exercises.
Android: Sometimes, you want to quickly jot a note down or draw instead of typing. If you’re an Evernote user (we think you should be), you can now handwrite in the latest version of Evernote for Android.
We often discuss how your brain can trick you and, by proxy, how you can hack your brain, but there are a few things our minds are very good at tricking us into that we should be aware of. This video from the folks at DNews is a crash course in three of them: sunk cost, optimism bias and confirmation bias.