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lumosity

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Lumosity (Android)

The free app from Lumosity doesn't do a lot to train your brain, and for the cost of the paid subscription, you don't get much more.

By July 2, 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating July 2, 2014

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Lumosity vs. Elevate: Battle of the brain-training apps

Apps that claim to exercise your brain are all the rage, but which is best?

By July 8, 2014

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Lumosity promises to exercise your brain (pictures)

Brain training app Lumosity says it can help beef up brain power.

8 Images By July 2, 2014

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Lumosity shows what success is for an iOS app

The brain training iPhone app is the No.1 Apple App Store education app in nearly 40 countries, and is getting an iPad version to go along with it.

By August 1, 2013

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Cornell's boasting, luminous, Twitter oopsie

Cornell is proud that its home town, Ithaca, N.Y., is named the most brainy city in the U.S. However, on its Twitter feed, it misspells the name of the organization giving the accolade.

By June 25, 2013

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Does brain-training make you smarter?

Think of brain-training as an awesome workout for your brain. Molly Wood visits Posit Science and Lumosity to see if these games can indeed improve her memory and increase her attention span.

By May 28, 2013

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Episode 39: Is the Samsung Galaxy S4 the right phone for you?

In this week's episode, we let the people give the Galaxy S4 a run for its money and take the Huawei Ascend Mate out of the box. Plus, Molly gives her brain a serious workout!

By May 30, 2013

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Free iPhone apps to strain your brain

In celebration of the life of one of history's great minds, we've compiled a list of apps to help you stretch your own...

By April 9, 2010

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Lumosity keeps you from getting dumber

Lumosity keeps your mind from turning into cabbage with its short and sweet minigames that have been designed to stimulate the brain.

By April 11, 2008

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Finds at the Stirr Mixer: Texting T-Shirts and Brainy Flash

Sandwich boards go 2.0 with a service that lets you put a short code on your T-Shirt. Also, how to get smarter.

By September 13, 2007