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Carrot Alarm for iOS

If you battle the urge to keep hitting the snooze button, Carrot Alarm delivers more fun and more features than other alarm apps.

21 August 2013

4 stars Editors' rating 21 August 2013

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Teen wakes up to smoldering Galaxy S4, dad blames battery

A 13-year-old in Texas wakes up to smoke and discovers her Samsung phone melting. The culprit appears to be a replacement battery.

By 28 July 2014

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Wake up your Mac with your iPhone

You can use your iPhone to wake your Mac, provided both are on the same local network.

By 5 April 2014

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Spacecraft ready to wake up and hitch a ride on a comet

The European Space Agency's solar-powered Rosetta craft will "wake up" after napping for two and a half years and begin the final part of its unprecedented journey to rendezvous with a comet.

By 18 January 2014

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How to wake up to your favorite Pandora station on Android

Your Android phone's alarm clock is handy and can wake you up with ringtones or your own music. But if you prefer waking up to a station, now you can with Pandora for Android.

By 14 January 2014

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Wake up to your favorite music with Pandora's new alarm clock

With its latest update for iOS, Pandora Radio introduces a new design and an alarm clock feature.

By 10 December 2013

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Unsnooze game for iPhone: Get points for waking up

Having trouble giving the snooze button a rest? Maybe a little good-natured competition will help get you up and going.

By 22 November 2013

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Wake-up call: Are you making these five ergonomics mistakes?

Find out which mistakes are costing your body the most, and what you can do to fix them.

By 14 August 2013

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Wake up your ears

The more you listen and really pay attention to your tunes, the more you'll get out of your music.

By 18 July 2013

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Scientists help paralyzed rats walk by 'waking up' spinal cords

A five-year study out of the University of Zurich and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology demonstrates that a simple chemical cocktail can revive the "innate intelligence" of the spinal column in rats.

By 5 June 2012