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Would You Ever Pee on Your iPhone?: If Everyone Jumped

Would You Ever Pee on Your iPhone?: If Everyone Jumped

You would think if you peed on your iPhone it wouldn’t work anymore, right? Well, if the latest potential app comes to fruition, you may soon be able to stop worrying about accidentally getting urine on your mobile device (assuming you were actually worrying about that…). Plus, we will officially declare there is an app for every single thing on the planet.

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Zazu Hopes To Be Your “Best Damn Alarm Clock”

Zazu Hopes To Be Your "Best Damn Alarm Clock"

Usually alarm clocks on phones are fairly simple, you set a time and the app makes a sound, or plays music when that time comes.

Zazu, on the other hand, plays that sound or music, but also speaks to you.

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Spotify Announces New Plans, Still No US Launch Date

Spotify Announces New Plans, Still No US Launch Date

Spotify Unlimited will cost users £5, or the equivalent thereof, for unlimited, ad-free streaming to a single computer, not unlike how MOG works for US customers. Spotify Open doesn’t need any payment or even credit card information. It includes 20 hours of listening per month to anyone that lives within a country that supports Spotify {Spotify}.

Despite constant promises from Spotify and it’s purchase of US servers in March, there is still no planned launch date. We’ve already gone through a few this year alone ranging from “early 2010” to “Spring,” “Q3” and the latest “before the end of the year”.

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Microsoft Promises KIN Apps, Say it Explains Expensive Data Plans

Microsoft Promises KIN Apps, Say it Explains Expensive Data Plans

Today, Microsoft’s KIN phones will be released on Verizon Wireless to masses of “generation upload” users dying to get their hands on the social network-centric devices.

The problem many would have with the phones is that both come with $30 a month data plans, the same plans that come with all other Verizon smartphones. That means that the phones will cost at least $70 a month to use. For phones directed at mainly teenagers, adding a mandatory data plan that costs as much as say a Droid Incredible or Motorola Droid doesn’t make much sense.

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Imran Amed's Signature9

Imran Amed's Signature9
The Business of Fashion editor introduces us to his signature style items

Diane Pernet's Signature9

Diane Pernet's Signature9
Fashion blogger and film festival creator, Diane Pernet, shares nine of her favorite things

Video interview with Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld

90 Seconds with Carine Roitfeld
In a Signature9 exclusive, we catch up with the Vogue Paris editor-in-chief

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