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How to set a calorie goal with Activity for Apple Watch

Part of staying active with Apple Watch involves setting a personal goal for yourself. The built-in Activity app on your Apple Watch makes this easy enough by allowing you to choose a goal of how many calories you'd like to burn each day. Show More Summary

The CIA couldn't properly use a mass surveillance program for years

Whatever you think about the morality of using mass surveillance to catch evildoers, the technology only works if people can use it -- just ask the CIA. The New York Times has obtained a declassified report revealing that that the agency...Show More Summary

How to set up and use Apple Pay on your Apple Watch

With the Apple Watch and Apple Pay, paying a tab or bill is as easy as waiving your wrist. Apple Pay currently lets you pay for things on iPhone 6 and 6 Plus by tapping your phone and verifying your thumbprint via Touch ID. Apple Watch...Show More Summary

What it's like to use Amazon Prime Now

Amazon's same-day delivery service is slightly awkward, but incredibly useful. I am well and truly embedded in the Amazon shopping ecosystem. Having things shipped to my door, often within 36 hours of having placed the order, is something I use several times a week nowadays. Show More Summary

How to extend Apple Watch battery life: Power saving tips!

Apple has done everything they can to maximize battery life on the Apple Watch. Now here's what you can do! The OLED display, the S1 computer-on-a-chip, the Watch OS software, Bluetooth Low Energy — it all works in tandem to ensure the Apple Watch is sipping power rather than sucking it. Show More Summary

Send directions to your Android phone with a Google search

Sending Google Maps directions to an Android phone hasn't been that hard for a while, but it's now downright easy. Google has introduced a web feature that delivers instructions through a simple search. As long as your phone is properly...Show More Summary

How to set a default card for Apple Pay on Apple Watch

If you use a particular credit or debit card more than others, you can set it as your Apple Pay default on your Apple Watch. Most of us end up using a specific credit or debit card for making purchases more than the others. Perhaps you get more rewards with that specific card, or something else. Show More Summary

How to remove a card from Apple Pay on Apple Watch

If you get a new credit or debit card, or one of yours expires, you'll want to remove it from Apple Pay on your Apple Watch. Just like most things, our credit and debit cards end up expiring after a few years, or we replace them with newer cards that give us better perks. Show More Summary

How to make a purchase with Apple Pay and Apple Watch

If you're using an Apple Watch, you're ready to make purchases with Apple Pay at thousands of merchants in the US. Just like you can already make payments with Apple Pay at physical shopping locations with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, you can do the same with Apple Watch. Show More Summary

Apple Watches Endure Torture Tests

As usual, there are already many video up on the web of people doing scratch and drop test on the newest Apple device, the Apple Watch. This time around there are even more test. For example, water, heat, food, stain resistance and more. We’ve collected some of the best to share here. We’ll make sure […]

Google sends a Glass-like mystery device through the FCC

Google might have just hinted at the future of its Glass headsets. The company has sent a mystery "smart BLE" (Bluetooth Low Energy) device to the FCC for approval, the A4R-CAP1, and there are a few telltale signs that it's one of Mountain View's wearables. Show More Summary

How to use Theater mode on Android Wear (and why you might want to)

One of the complaints many early Android Wear users had was actually a complaint from everyone around those users: their watches kept lighting up in a dark theaters. My variant on this complaint was a little bit different. I like to dance in my bedroom, in the dark. Show More Summary

How to set up and add cards to Apple Pay on your Apple Watch

If you have an Apple Watch, you have the ability to use Apple Pay right on your wrist. It works a little differently than it does on your iPhone, but it's just as safe and just as secure. Once it's set up, you'll be able to tap yourShow More Summary

Secret Apple Watch controls: How to navigate what's on your wrist!

The Apple Watch has two hardware buttons and a capacitive screen but, just like the iPhone, there's a lot you can do with them! There's no Home button on the Apple Watch but there is a Digital Crown which can not only do many of the same functions, it can also scroll and zoom. Show More Summary

From garage to campus: a look at the digs of tech's Big Five

Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Amazon: These juggernauts are at the forefront of the tech industry. And with that success comes an ever-expanding workforce, and the need for a place to put them. To keep pace with growth, these...Show More Summary

You can now send yourself a note or set an alarm from a Google desktop search

With some new commands you can now set alarms and send notes to your Android device, right from a Google desktop search. Google recently added the ability to send directions to your phone right from a desktop search on your computer, and now they have added even more options. Show More Summary

Android Central skin cases for Galaxy S4 are only $2.95 today!

Made from shock absorbent and scratch resistant TPU, this flexible skin case provides great protection for the Galaxy S4 from day to day use and drops. The back features a portrait of Lloyd surrounded by an easy-grip, glossy exterior. Colors available include green, clear, smoke and black.

Comic: The five stages of Apple Watch

Happy Saturday, iMore! Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy. Originally presented on The Nib Read more comics from the Pixel Project on / /--> /

Google pulls the Nexus 7 tablet from its online store

In case you were on the fence about grabbing one of Google's affordable Nexus tablets, you'd better jump off it pretty soon. The Nexus 7's been pulled from the Google Store, as spotted by TalkAndroid, and it almost assuredly isn't coming back -- especially since the Nexus 9 exists. Show More Summary

Save 47% today on these durable iPhone 6 hard cases with kickstands

Made from a textured polycarbonate, this SnapOn Case from Amzer provides excellent drop protection thanks to the thick edging and impact resistant shell. The back features an easy-grip texture along with a fold-out kickstand for convenient viewing. Available in black or white for $7.95

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