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  • How to Protest Safely and Legally

    How to Protest Safely and Legally

    Hitting the streets to make your voice heard is a fundamental right in the United States, and it?s part of our country?s lifeblood. Whether you?re headed out in support or dissent, you should know what you?re getting into before you go. Even if you think the event is purely peaceful, someone else, another protest?

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  • How to Create an Attractive, Customized Desktop HUD with Rainmeter

    How to Create an Attractive, Customized Desktop HUD with Rainmeter

    Rainmeter is a powerful tool that lets you create a beautiful, information-rich heads-up display that keeps track of your system status, RSS feeds, and tons of other info. Here?s how to use it to make an awesome, Iron Man-like HUD for your Windows desktop.

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  • The Best Time to Buy Anything During the Year

    The Best Time to Buy Anything During the Year

    A bit of planning can save you a ton of money when it comes to buying throughout the year. Here?s your comprehensive, always up-to-date guide on the best times to buy everything this year.

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  • How to Survive the Perils of New Year's Eve

    How to Survive the Perils of New Year's Eve

    New Year?s Eve might be the best party night of the year, but it can also be the most stressful, from losing your phone to the far more perilous drive home. Here are a few things you can do now to stay safe and sane this New Year?s.

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  • The Lifehacker Pack for Students

    The Lifehacker Pack for Students

    Every year we put together a list of our Lifehacker App packs for each operating system. In the spirit of those lists we figured it was time to put together a list for students getting ready for school. Whether you?re on Windows, Mac, Android, or iPhone, we?ve got you covered.

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  • Geeky Gadgets
  • Raspberry Pi Wars 2017 Starts April 1st

    Raspberry Pi Wars 2017 Starts April 1st
    Raspberry Pi enthusiasts are sure to be interested to know that in a few days time this year?s Raspberry Pi Wars 2017 will be starting on April 1st, 2017 and will be hosted at the Cambridge Raspberry Jam. To recap the Raspberry Pi Wars allows home-brew Raspberry Pi-powered robots to compete across seven challenge courses. […]

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 And S8 Appear On AnTuTu

    Samsung Galaxy S8 And S8 Appear On AnTuTu
    Not long now until the new Samsung Galaxy and Galaxy S8 Plus become official, Samsung is holding a Samsung Unpacked event this Wednesday the 29th of March. Now the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus have been spotted in AnTuTu with a range of specifications. We are expecting two different processor versions […]

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  • Bell & Ross BR-X2 Tourbillon Micro-Rotor Watch Unveiled For $65,000

    Bell & Ross BR-X2 Tourbillon Micro-Rotor Watch Unveiled For $65,000
    Bell & Ross have unveiled a new addition to their range of timepieces this month with the unveiling of the new BR-X2 Tourbillon Micro-Rotor which is available to purchase in a limited quantity of just 99 pieces with each costing $65,000. The latest timepiece by Bell & Ross has been constructed from 257 pieces and […]

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  • Hollywood Art Institute Photography Course & Certification , Save 99%

    Hollywood Art Institute Photography Course & Certification , Save 99%
    We have an awesome deal on the Hollywood Art Institute Photography Course & Certification in the Geeky Gadgets Deals store today, you can save 99%. The Hollywood Art Institute Photography Course & Certification is available in our deals store for $19.99 it normally costs $2,595. Skip the technical jargon and get right to taking amazing, […]

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  • Google Play Is Now Offering Free App Of The Week

    Google Play Is Now Offering Free App Of The Week
    Google has added a new section to the Google Play Store over the weekend, the company is now offering a free Android app of the week. Google will now release a free app for Android each week, the apps that will be available are normally paid apps, unfortunately this is only available in the US […]

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  • Electronista | Gadgets for Geeks
  • So long, and thanks for everything!

    So long, and thanks for everything!
    It's been a pretty good run over here at Electronista, but changing times call for refocusing of efforts. Starting very shortly, Electronista will redirect to MacNN. Don't worry -- we're still going to bring you every piece of news from the Mac side of the fence, as well as selected tidbits from the industry as a whole relevant to our favorite fruit-branded computer manufacturer. Thanks for the last decade!...








  • So long, and thanks for everything!

    So long, and thanks for everything!
    It's been a pretty good run over here at Electronista, but changing times call for refocusing of efforts. Starting very shortly, Electronista will redirect to MacNN. Don't worry -- we're still going to bring you every piece of news from the Mac side of the fence, as well as selected tidbits from the industry as a whole relevant to our favorite fruit-branded computer manufacturer. Thanks for the last decade!...








  • NewerTech rolls out Kitchen Kit iPad stand, stylus for older iPads

    NewerTech rolls out Kitchen Kit iPad stand, stylus for older iPads
    Accessory manufacturer NewerTech has introduced the NewerTech Kitchen Kit iPad stand and stylus bundle that lets users safely use an iPad in the kitchen while maintaining the cleanliness and safety of the tablet while cooking. The Kitchen Kit includes the NewerTech NuStand 360 iPad holder that rotates 360 degrees and pivots up and down and the NewerTech NuScribe Stylus, a combination digital and traditional writing tool that functions as both a capacitive stylus and twist-barrel ballpoint pen....








  • NewerTech rolls out Kitchen Kit iPad stand, stylus for older iPads

    NewerTech rolls out Kitchen Kit iPad stand, stylus for older iPads
    Accessory manufacturer NewerTech has introduced the NewerTech Kitchen Kit iPad stand and stylus bundle that lets users safely use an iPad in the kitchen while maintaining the cleanliness and safety of the tablet while cooking. The Kitchen Kit includes the NewerTech NuStand 360 iPad holder that rotates 360 degrees and pivots up and down and the NewerTech NuScribe Stylus, a combination digital and traditional writing tool that functions as both a capacitive stylus and twist-barrel ballpoint pen....








  • MacNN Deals: Three ways to keep your devices at full power

    MacNN Deals: Three ways to keep your devices at full power
    Every day, alongside our regular Daily Deals post, we are showcasing some of the sales available on our own MacNN Deals page. Today's three offers are all related to power, including two battery packs for your smartphone or tablet, and a bundle that will keep you stocked with rechargeable batteries for other small devices....








 
 
  • Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome
  • Avengers, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Star Trek And Classic Movie Monster Tiki Mug Collections

    Avengers, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Star Trek And Classic Movie Monster Tiki Mug Collections
    avengers-tiki-mugs.jpg These are the Avengers, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Star Trek: The Original Series and classic Universal movie monsters (technically just generic monsters because that set isn't officially licensed) tiki mug collections coming soon from Geeki Tiki (previously: their Star Wars collection available at ThinkGeek). Apparently there's also a Pulp Fiction line coming at a later date. Obviously, I want them all, because I'm a tiki mug collector. "You have two." I HAD two, I broke one raging last weekend, and only owning one of something is the saddest collection a person can have besides owning zero. "You should break the other one." *CRASH!* "Wow, I didn't think you'd actually do it." I'm like a genie who can only grant really shitty wishes. Keep going for shots of the rest while I call Tiki-Ti and order ahead so there's a drink waiting for me when I walk in.
  • Learning By Listening: Robots Rap About Their Artificial Intelligence Learning Systems

    Learning By Listening: Robots Rap About Their Artificial Intelligence Learning Systems
    robot-rap.jpg This is an educational music video of two robots rapping about their artificial intelligence, set to The Sugar Hill Gang's classic 'Rapper's Delight' (with a brief nod to Jay Z at the end). It was surprisingly well written considering how hard it must be to produce a song about robots learning by the imitation of human-human interactions and guessing what topic a person is talking about based on the metrics of co-occurrence frequency and clustering, despite having zero semantic information. "Do you even know what you're talking about?" Do I ever? It's Friday and I want to go home and scream into a pillow. "Rough week?" No, I just really hate that pillow. It never has a cold side. Keep going for the video.
  • The Big Bend, A Proposed NYC Skyscraper Shaped Like A Giant Upside-Down U

    The Big Bend, A Proposed NYC Skyscraper Shaped Like A Giant Upside-Down U
    u-shaped-skyscraper-1.jpg This are some conceptual renderings of The Big Bend, a New York City skyscraper proposed by design studio Oiio to circumvent NYC's building height laws by constructing a skyscraper that's 4,000 feet long, but less than 2,000 feet tall. If built, they're claiming it would be "the world's longest skyscraper," which I'm fairly certain was not a record anybody was even aware of until they just made it up, and certainly not one anybody cares about.
    "New York city's zoning laws have created a peculiar set of tricks through which developers try to maximize their property's height in order to infuse it with the prestige of a high rise structure," design studio Oiio said. "If we manage to bend our structure instead of bending the zoning rules of New York we would be able to create one of the most prestigious buildings in Manhattan." An elevator would travel in curves, horizontally and in continuous loops. A unique track system would allow for a horizontal connection of two elevator shafts on the bottom and the top to create a continuous loop.
    I've got the feeling this isn't actually going to happen. But what do I know, when the ancient Chinese dynasties mentioned wanting to build the Great Wall, I told them they were all crazy. "Jesus, just how old are you, GW?" How old was Methuselah? "Like 1,000?" Well I used to teach him dirty words on the back of the school bus, which was actually a cart made of dinosaur bones on square wheels. Keep going for a handful more renderings, provided your hand is big enough to hold five.
  • Learning By Looking: A Timeline Of When All The Star Trek Shows/Movies Take Place

    Learning By Looking: A Timeline Of When All The Star Trek Shows/Movies Take Place
    star-trek-timeline-640.jpg Note: Larger version HERE in case you wanted to see that but were too afraid to ask. It's cool, I don't bite. *tries to bite* Haha, never trust a hungry wolf! To celebrate the upcoming (but not exactly sure when) Star Trek: Discovery series premiering on CBS, this is a kinda confusing to look at timeline detailing when all the Star Trek shows and movies take place. I learned a lot by looking at it. Mostly, that they forgot to include Rogue One. "That joke never gets old to you, does it, GW?" Nope, it's like my Peter Pan. "A penny for your happy thought." Mermaid strip clubs! Thanks to David, who I'm pretty sure made the infographic, or at least had something to do with it, and probably more so than all the group projects I allegedly had something to do with in college.
  • Man Sings Star Wars Tune To Get Pedestrians To Move Out Of The Bike Lane On Bridge

    Man Sings Star Wars Tune To Get Pedestrians To Move Out Of The Bike Lane On Bridge
    star-wars-bike-lane-song.jpg This is a video of an unknown bicyclist singing 'You're In The Bike Lane' in the style of the Star Wars theme to let pedestrians on the Brooklyn Bridge know that they're -- you guessed it -- walking in the designated bike lane. Although I don't know what the big deal is, I always thought designated lanes were more of a suggestion than a rule, like not driving on the sidewalk. "You drive on the sidewalk?" You bet your 'Holy shit watch out for that jogger' I do. "Do you even have a license?" No, I have something better. "This is an old Blockbuster card with your picture taped to it. And....are these postage stamps?" It's a passport too. Hit the jump for the video.
  • Coolest Gadgets
  • JLab Audio reveals a pair of wireless sport earbuds for the active

    JLab Audio reveals a pair of wireless sport earbuds for the active
    A pair of headphones or earphones are pretty much something that many of us already own — in various forms and guises, of course, that will cater to a myriad of ways in which we use it. Some of us would prefer those puffed up headphones that offer noise cancellation as it comes in handy during those long, trans-Atlantic flights, while others would prefer something that is lightweight and more ...
  • VRS reveals new cases for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus

    VRS reveals new cases for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus
    Many a time, consumers are able to catch a glimpse of what the next upcoming model of a particular smartphone will be like based on the protective case that is released beforehand. As for the Samsung Galaxy S8 (as well as the Galaxy S8 Plus), the same applies. VRS Design is a leading name when it comes to rolling out fashion-forward premium smartphone cases as well as accessories, having introduced ...
  • LG Tone Ultra Bluetooth headset now boasts of JBL Signature Sound

    LG Tone Ultra Bluetooth headset now boasts of JBL Signature Sound
    There is nothing quite like having a lovely pair of headphones to be able to enjoy the kind of music that you like to listen to, as that would enhance all of the audio detail that it was meant to deliver during recording by the artiste at the studio. Well, LG Electronics has worked and refined on their LG Tone Ultra Bluetooth headset that will now boast of offering more ...
  • This Projection Alarm Clock will keep you constant when traveling

    This Projection Alarm Clock will keep you constant when traveling
    When you have to uproot yourself to travel for work on the regular, it can be tough to feel grounded. Every slight variant of a hotel room makes you feel more and more detached from any form of stability. Not only that, but it’s hard to keep track of when you are in the world. We bring clothes and toiletries with us when we’re on the road which give us some ...
  • These Travel Space Saver Bags help you bring more on your travels

    These Travel Space Saver Bags help you bring more on your travels
    When you’re going on a trip that lasts longer than a week, you want to pack enough so that you’re not wearing the same thing five times. However, you don’t want to be facing an extra bag charge at the airport, or deal with the fee for going over the 50 pound weight limit for checked bags. The ideal situation is to have a carry on and a personal item, ...