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Snuggly Sock Cellphone Protectors!!!

Is she MAGICAL or what??!!

Ch-ch-check out some stupendous tips on how to reuse socks that your children have outgrown!!

Not only will you be saving money, but you'll also be helping the environment!

Watch Natalia Fedner get seriously creative and show the world a brand new way to protect those cell phones!!!

And for more tips and tricks and to also see Natalia in action–CLICK HERE!

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J Hud's Family Trial Judge Bans Cell Phones From Court

jennifer-hudson-judge-bans-phones-web.jpgJennifer Hudson's judge has had enough with technology.

Judge Charles Burns has banned the use of cell phones during the family murder trial of William Balfour.

While reporters were originally allowed to

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A Look Back: Celebs Who Have Been Hacked

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Hide your cell phones, hide your passwords, and hide your nude photos cause they're hackin' everybody in Hollywood!

CLICK HERE to view a gallery of celebs who have had their privacy invaded by HACKERS!!!!!!

CLICK HERE to view a gallery of celebs who have had their privacy invaded by HACKERS!!!!!!

CLICK HERE to view a gallery of celebs who have had their privacy invaded by HACKERS!!!!!!

CLICK HERE to view a gallery of celebs who have had their privacy invaded by HACKERS!!!!!!

CLICK HERE to view a gallery of celebs who have had their privacy invaded by HACKERS!!!!!!

CLICK HERE to view a gallery of celebs who have had their privacy invaded by HACKERS!!!!!!

CLICK HERE to view a gallery of celebs who have had their privacy invaded by HACKERS!!!!!!

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Watch Out, Hollywood! Hackers Are Coming After YOU!

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This is seriously not cool.

A group of hackers who refer to themselves as Hollywood Leaks have been breaking into celebs' cell phones and email accounts, and exposing photos, phone numbers, and other info online!

Some of the celebrities who have been targeted thus far include Footloose' Julianne Hough, Joey Fatone, Ashley Greene, and Kreayshawn, which we already heard about.

Hollywood Leaks EVEN went after Tom Cruise, and they released the screenplay for his next movie Rock of Ages!

Unfortunately, this hacking group isn't JUST after celebrities - they have an anti-semitic agenda:

"Attention Hollywood. We are Anonymous. We have been watching you. We have been listening to you. You have been allowed to run free too long. The time of Jew control media is over."

And here's what the group tweeted after being called out for their anti-semitic words:

"LOL at people calling us anti-semites, Its for the LULZ. Get over it."

We don't see how that's supposed to be funny AT ALL, and we're not impressed.

Hopefully they get caught soon and are appropriately punished.

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Your Phone Can Actually Benefit Your Health

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There have been so many reports that cell phones can be bad for you, but now, some experts say there are actual positive health benefits that your cell phone offers.

- Diabetes coaching can be found through apps or your mobile web. When patients with Type 2 diabetes used these devices, there was a 1.9% decline in glycated hemoglobin.

- Health apps such as fitness trackers or calorie counters are extremely useful for when you're on the go

- It can curb smoking habits. Getting encouraging text messages on your phone can make you think twice before lighting up.

- Daily alarms can be set to remind you to take your medications.

- According to a new study, an iPhone app that diagnoses strokes is currently bein developed. Researchers saw that the app accurately identified a stroke between 94 and 100 perfect of the time.

- Women who are expecting will soon benefit from remote fetal monitoring and remote wireless ultrasound, alerting health professionals if a woman needs to go to a clinic.

- A new program that will eventually be available on cell phones will be able to track your sleeping patterns, showing you whether or not you are receiving enough sleep.

There are still many reasons why you should put the phone down. However, with new technology, it seems that phones can really be the key to saving lives.

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Buh-Bye Landlines! Cell Phones Becoming The Norm In Households

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Remember the days of talking on the phone and being stuck in the room unless you had a really long telephone cord? Or making your weekly harmless prank call on a friend and no one knowing who you were??

Those days are long behind us, unfortunately. With a challenging economy and a rapid increase in technology, it seems that more and more households are ditching their ol' landlines and sticking to having wireless-only homes.

Trends show that more than one in four U.S. homes only had wireless phones and even homes that did have landlines, many of them use their cell phones as their primary means of making and receiving calls.

Experts say that people are trying to eliminate unnecessary costs "and giving up a landline is one way to save money."

They also add that "unless the carriers are able to create some new applications or services such as video calling," it seems that landlines will continue to be on the decline.

Oh well. Guess no more hamburger phones to brighten our days.

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Cell Phones Will Soon Be Able To Diagnose STDs

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Cell Phones Will Soon Be Able To Diagnose STDs

OMG this is the second big story today about new ways to diagnose STDs!

Doctors and tech experts are developing small devices, similar to pregnancy testing kits, that will allow someone to test themselves for an STD. Experts in the UK are hoping that it will help combat the rising rates of herpes, chlamydia, and gonorrhoea among young people.

STDs have drastically increased for the last decade in the UK and reached a record 482,696 last year. Two-thirds of women reporting a new STD were under 25, as were more than half of men.

This type of technological advancement is just one step out of many that must be taken to preventing the spread of STDs, and we’re happy it’s being taken!

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