Free up space on your iPhone without deleting a thing, or buying more memory

Have you ever been annoyed by the fact that your iPhone’s storage space keeps getting filled up? Are you constantly having to delete photos, videos, and apps that suck up space on your phone to make room for new ones? Well, there is a simple method to free up more storage without having to erase the content you want on your phone. A Reddit user recently shared a solution for iPhone users craving more storage space, and the tip has gone viral.

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Seashells app saves Your Pocket Change, and adds Interest

Are you are saving your pennies to get a sink at Lowe’s for that bathroom redo your spouse has wanted for quite a while?  How about a new dishwasher from Sear’s, or perhaps a Carnival Cruise? Well, you can say bye-bye to your piggy bank with the Seashells app, an easier and more automatic way to save change using the concept of round-up savings. Every time you make a purchase, Seashells rounds up the total to the next dollar and pockets the difference in your Seashells account. Save up your change for rewards purchases from 180 choices including air fare, hotels and gift cards.

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Samsung files patent for a smartwatch that can project the display

Samsung recently filed a patent application for a smartwatch that can project a display onto users’ hand, a wall, or any nearby surface. The company’s filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office describes a wearable device that comes with a feature that can identify your hand’s shape. The smart timepiece also makes use of a mini projector to beam its UI on a surface to show bigger controls and more information. What can users do with the projected image?

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Hyperconvergence ready for the mainstream

Hyper-convergence (hyperconvergence) is a type of infrastructure system with a software-centric architecture that tightly integrates compute, storage, networking and virtualization resources and other technologies from scratch in a commodity hardware box supported by a single vendor. The market for hyperconverged integrated systems (HCIS) will grow 79% to reach almost $2-billion in 2016, propelling it toward mainstream use in the next five years, according to Gartner.

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CIO Explainer: What Is Blockchain?

What you need to know to speak intelligently on Blockchains and their growing importance, particularly in financial enterprises Known by many as the technology underpinning the bitcoin digital currency, blockchain has acquired a new identity in the enterprise. At a time when companies face new challenges in data management and security, it’s emerging as a way to let companies make and verify transactions on a network instantaneously without a central authority. Today, more than 40 top financial institutions and a growing number of firms across industries are experimenting with distributed ledger technology as a secure and transparent way to digitally track the ownership of assets, a move that could speed up transactions and cut costs while lowering the risk of fraud. Some companies see an opportunity to use blockchain to track the movement of assets throughout their supply chains or electronically initiate and […]

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Cell Phone Inventor looks to next big thing

Marty Cooper, who built the first handheld cell phone, says his invention has a glaring flaw: You have to keep charging its battery. “Keeping your phone charger around is a real annoyance,” Cooper told CNNMoney in an interview. “And I think it’s going to be an increasing problem.” Ensuring that your phone doesn’t run out of juice is enough of a pain. But imagine the not-too-distant future when our bodies are covered with different connected devices — watches, glasses and clothing — all of which will need to be charged. “You won’t want to take all them off and plug them in,” Cooper said. “That’s why they ought to be charging all the time.”

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