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They say a picture's worth a thousand words, but sometimes a mere snap from your smartphone will hardly do a place or experience justice.
“You had to be there,” you assure your friends as you swipe through dozens of dim, unfocused photos.
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But now, thanks to XtremePro's 4K Ultra HD Action Camera, it doesn't have to be that way. Instead of taking sub-par images that leave much to the imagination, this camera puts the audience in the center of the action. Read more…
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One of the best iPhone games finally has the sequel we've been waiting for.
Alto's Odyssey, the long-awaited sequel to Alto's Adventure, hit the App Store this week, three years after the original became one of our favorite games of 2015.
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With a three-year wait, expectations for Alto's Odyssey were extremely high, but we can now say the $4.99 iOS game was worth the wait.
The games strikes the perfect balance of maintaining everything that was great about the original, while adding enough new elements you don't feel like you're just rehashing the same game with new graphics. Read more…
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On Oct. 1, 2017, an unusual event caused a collective gasp in the world of cryptocurrencies. A little known cryptocurrency called Cardano — or ADA, as its corresponding coin is called — showed up on crypto-tracking sites with a market cap of about $600 million.
At the time, it was unusual to see a new coin appear out of thin air with such a high market cap. But Cardano is different. It's an incredibly ambitious product with a strong team and tons of buzz. By year's end, the market cap of Cardano was more than $10 billion, despite the fact that the project was in a fairly early stage. In January, it briefly soared to more than $33 billion before receding back to roughly $10 billion as the overall cryptocurrency market shrunk. It is currently the sixth largest cryptocurrency by market cap, behind Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, and Litecoin. Read more…
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Drinking wine alone with your cat is an unspoken rite of passage to becoming an adult. And if you find yourself turning down plans because you're “busy” when in reality you're just going home to sip Merlot while Fluffy snuggles into you on the couch, you might want to keep reading.
Offers.com is combining two post Valentine's Day holidays, National Drink Wine Day on Feb. 18 and National Love Your Pet Day on Feb. 20, to create one massive holiday week that I personally have been waiting my entire life for: National Drink Wine With Your Cat Week. It's running from Feb. 19 to Feb. 23, and it's amazing. Read more…
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Dan Chen is a designer who creates scripted art installations with robots. One of his creations, the End of Life Care Machine, explores the notion of a future in which it is robots that are by our side during our final moments. Read more…
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Any respectable drink connoisseur knows that beer, cocktails, or even soda without foam on the top are, well, boringObviously you're not going to say no to it, but when the bartender hands you a foam-less drink, it's just disappointing. The taste may be there, but that velvety, whipped cream texture is what takes a drink from bland to rich.
No, we can't grant you a beer genie that magically appears to turn your drink into a float. Actually, wait, yes we can: Foampresso is the portable attachment that can add creamy foam goodness to any and every drink, because life is too short for anything less. Read more…
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Laundry stuff is taking over the Internet, and no, we're not talking about Tide Pods.
If you paid attention to any CES coverage last month, you'll remember how one of the most popular inventions was a laundry-folding robot called FoldiMate — that costs near $1,000 and doesn't really work. While laundry tech is becoming an increasingly attractive category to consumers, the truth is that most of us aren't about to drop a grand on a robot to do a small task that we can do ourselves. Read more…
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Hey, plant moms and dads: Is this recent warm weather is hyping you up for plant season? Because same. However, the weather is bipolar AF, and if your local greenhouse's selection isn't up to par with your spring fever (and if you're not trying to wait weeks for a cactus to come in the mail), your green thumb could get a little impatient.
Wouldn't it be amazing if you could apply your Amazon Prime shipping to plants? Oh, that's right, you can — the Amazon Plants Store is a thing now, and their selection is, well, plantastic. Read more…
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Han Solo: Though the Star Wars website refers to him as “Smuggler. Scoundrel. Hero.”, we like to refer to him as “Our favorite sarcastic galactic badass.” Superfans have already known this, but if Solo: A Star Wars Story coming out on May 25, 2018, isn't enough to make you realize there's not enough scoundrels in your life, we're not sure what is.
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With the epic release of Black Panther (just ask Michelle Obama), it's hard not to get excited about what else Marvel has to offer this year as the entire franchise get re-energized. But there are options beyond Marvel swag like action figures and tshirts. Like these beautiful neon wall art prints from artist Octavian Mielu, that will class up any home.
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Don't let the unusually warm weather earlier this week in parts of the U.S. trick you: winter is definitely sticking around, and there are plenty of cold nights ahead. So, with that knowledge in mind, what if we told you that you could build a campfire without the hassle of prep work, constant poking, and clean up? What if on a chilly winter (or even spring) night, you could have people come over to roast some marshmallows over a bonfire without leaving with their clothes reeking of smoke? Read more…
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We all have our favorite type of pizza. But for one reason or another, most of us rarely make pizza at home. Sure, it’s easy to just drop by your local dollar pizza joint for a delicious slice. And yeah, it’s nice just to use Seamless or GrubHub to bring your cheesy delicacy straight to your doorstep, but making pizza at home is relatively easy too, and you can have it however you like it whenever you want it. Read more…
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Can we talk about weather for a second? We're breaking record-high temperatures for February one day, and the next day there are snow flurries in the air. And then it will randomly start pouring. Punxsutawney Phil did not mention this on Groundhog Day.
So basically, even though we just got a little taste of Spring this week, we don't get to count on multiple 70-degree weather days in a row just yet. And this means a very good chance of plans getting ruined by rain or snow and many more days of being cooped up at home. Luckily, there are a ton of deals on boredom-curing items: How does a new PlayStation or Xbox One sound? Or perhaps a new Samsung or Vizio smart TV with a free Dell gift card? Perhaps a new laptop to play Sims for hours on end and ignore adult responsibilities? Read ..Read More →

Keeping your electric car charged is a big part of maintenance for those living the gas-free life, so Tesla is now bringing its Wall Connectors to offices — and it's installing them for free.
Tesla introduced this month the Workplace Charging program, which brings electric vehicle charging units to office buildings, so that employees can get a charge while they work.
The program gives employees an easy way to juice up their cars while they sit in a parking lot for eight hours during the workday.
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If you care about NASA news more than you do about life itself, you're not alone — because we are quite literally obsessed. I mean, with the launch of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy and plans for new rockets like the Space Launch System Rocket, it's kind of hard not to be.
And with this constant groundbreaking news, the wannabe astronaut corner of the world seems to be growing by the day — and the celestial merchandise is having no trouble playing catch-up. We need stuff to tide us over until the 2019 Mars rover or X-Plane, right? And no, we're not talking about galaxy-printed leggings or sweaters with cats using a taco as a spaceship. That's just weird. We scoured the Internet to find the real, cool space-themed merchandise that true science nerds will appreciate. This stuff i..Read More →

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Think of all the times you wanted to snap a full-length photo to capture your #OOTD but couldn’t because no one was around to take it.
Sure, mirror selfies are okay, but most of us don’t always want our phones in the shot.
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A few years back, we flocked to selfie sticks to snap photos of ourselves from a distance, but, if you haven’t noticed, the selfie stick trend is all but dead (unless of course, you're a tourist or something). Read more…
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The place where you may or may not store and share your photos, PDFs, and other documents is going public.
Dropbox, a cloud storage company based in Silicon Valley's heart San Francisco, is listing on the Nasdaq under the stock ticker $DBX, according to its S-1 document unveiled by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Friday. Dropbox was most recently valued at $10 billion and is now seeking to raise $500 million.
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“Our modern economy runs on knowledge. Today, knowledge lives in the cloud as digital content, and Dropbox is a global collaboration platform where more and more of this content is created, accessed, and shared with the world. We serve more than 500 million registered users across 180 countries,” the S-1 document states. Read more…
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In the end, it's our own mistakes that bring us down.
Former Trump advisers Paul Manafort and Rick Gates are learning that lesson first hand. Apparently, prosecutors have evidence of the pair's fraud thanks to a paper trail caused by Manafort's inability to turn a PDF into a Word doc and vice versa.
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On Thursday, federal prosecutors issued a new set of indictments on former Trump campaign advisers Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, including tax and bank fraud.
One damning passage, spotted by DC attorney Susan Simpson, shows that prosecutors have evidence of the fraud because Manafort has the exact (lack of) computer skills you expect him to. Read more…
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