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moves

Review

Moves

At just under $3, Moves will give you a similar experience to that of the Fitbit Force or Jawbone UP, both of which cost over $100. Any iPhone 5S owners who are on the fence about activity trackers need to give Moves a shot.

By December 2, 2013

3.5 stars Editors' rating December 2, 2013
Editors' Take

Teptron Move

With Move's Bluetooth enabled motor, you can bring retrofit automation to your window shades.

By July 31, 2015

MSRP: $29.00

Review

Jawbone Up Move

The little Jawbone Up Move is an affordable entry to a great fitness app, though its design leaves something to be desired.

By November 24, 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating November 24, 2014
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Man reportedly sends nude selfies to HR, job offer rescinded

Technically Incorrect: A Chicago man is said to have sent nude pictures to the recruiter for a company that's just offered him a job. He says they were intended for someone else.

By September 4, 2015

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Price of Nintendo's portable game player is portable too: It moves down

The price of the 2DS player will drop $30 on August 30, making the cost of the gadget a hundred bucks.

By August 20, 2015

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Unbelievable Google moves

Google is famous for its April Fools' gags, but it's also made some crazy moves that had us checking the date to see if we were being pranked.

By August 17, 2015

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Conan O'Brien's moving tribute to robot-sex pioneers

Technically incorrect: Robot sex has come a long way since the early days. But, boy, were those early days rough.

By August 13, 2015

Video

How to move movies and music to an iPhone without Airdrop

All you need is a computer with a web browser and a free app.

By August 7, 2015

Article

Samsung Pay expands to Smart TVs in bid to move beyond mobile

The company is outfitting its new Smart TVs with its payments system as a way to expand its use beyond just mobile devices.

By August 5, 2015

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AT&T's moving, stomach-turning ad against phone use while driving

Technically Incorrect: The latest video in AT&T's "It Can Wait" campaign offers the story of a mother who scanned social media just at the wrong time.

By July 22, 2015