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  • Lifehacker
  • The Best Twitter Client for Windows

    The Best Twitter Client for Windows

    The field of Twitter clients for Windows has been culled over the years, but there are still a few developers working hard on some killer apps. Aeries has stuck out with us as an impressive Twitter client capable of keeping up with professional needs with a Universal Windows app.

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  • Your Annual 4th of July Survival Guide

    Your Annual 4th of July Survival Guide

    Happy Birthday America! (and Happy Monday to everyone else!) Before you head out for your 4th of July plans, whether that involves firing up the grill, camping out, or lighting off pretty-exploding powder kegs, let us help you stay safe, beat the heat and the crowds, and have more fun. Let?s get started.

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  • How to Become the Ultimate Grill Master

    How to Become the Ultimate Grill Master
    How to Become the Ultimate Grill Master

    Memorial Day marks the start of the serious grilling season, and there?s no better weekend to bolster your grill-master game. Luckily, honing your outdoor culinary skills is a lot more simple than it seems, given the right tools, a little preparation, and a few tips on technique.

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  • The Best Calendar App for iPhone

    The Best Calendar App for iPhone

    You have tons of options for calendars on iPhone, many that are free, but when it comes to the best, we recommend Fantastical 2, even if you have to shell out $5 to use it.

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  • Top 10 Tools for a Free Online Education

    Top 10 Tools for a Free Online Education

    For lifelong learners and self-made scholars, the internet is a priceless resource. Continue your education with these top free online tools.

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  • Geeky Gadgets
  • Virtual Training Company 1-Yr All Access Pass

    Virtual Training Company 1-Yr All Access Pass
    We have a great deals in the Virtual Training Company 1-Yr All Access Pass in our deals store today, you cans save 87% off the normal price. The Virtual Training Company 1-Yr All Access Pass normally costs $360 and you can get it for $45 in the Geeky Gadgets Deals store. Take a giant step […]

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  • PlayStation NEO Specs Used To Build Test PC Rig (video)

    PlayStation NEO Specs Used To Build Test PC Rig (video)
    The team over at Digital Foundry has used the rumoured PlayStation Neo specifications to build a PC test rig that allows them to see roughly what the new PlayStation Neo console will be capable of in the way of performance. The question is still known whether the new PlayStation Neo console will be able to […]

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  • New No Man?s Sky Trailer Reveals The Hostile Side Of Exploration (video)

    New No Man?s Sky Trailer Reveals The Hostile Side Of Exploration (video)
    If you thought space exploration within the new No Man?s Sky game would be all fun and straightforward, you might like to watch the new trailer called Survive. Which has been released this week ahead of the games launched on PlayStation 4 on August 9th, in the US, Europe August 10th, and in the UK […]

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  • DOOM Double XP This Weekend And Unto the Evil DLC Launches August 5th (video)

    DOOM Double XP This Weekend And Unto the Evil DLC Launches August 5th (video)
    Bethesda has today announced the new content for DOOM will be arriving on August 5th 2016 in the form of the DOOM Unto the Evil DLC, which will be available to download on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, priced at 12. Bethesda has also announced that this weekend they will be offering double XP […]

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  • Perseus Smart Mirror Hits Kickstarter (video)

    Perseus Smart Mirror Hits Kickstarter (video)
    Perseus Mirrors have created a new smart mirror aptly named the Perseus pictures taken to the Kickstarter crowdfunding website to raise the required $100,000 it needs over the next 31 days. The hands-free smart mirror allows you to stay connected and in control of your music, video streaming and social media networks directly from your […]

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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....








  • TechJaws.com
  • How Technology Makes Running a Business Easier

    How Technology Makes Running a Business Easier

    Ever since technology has captured the passion and interest of the world, practically everything has changed. Who would have thought that, in only a few decades, technology would be able to convert something tremendously difficult to highly useful and ultra-convenient products and processes? These days, technology is as necessary as the air we breathe, especially […]

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  • Three Immersive Experiences for Innovators

    Three Immersive Experiences for Innovators

    Three Immersive Experiences for Innovators – Innovating, imagining and inventing – three that are significantly aided by kindred spirits, space to think and inspiring figures. In the hustle and bustle of a busy world, these can be hard to find. The rise of remote working has both freed and isolated industrious tech minds, depriving them […]

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  • 5 Basic Things You Should Know About 3D Printing

    5 Basic Things You Should Know About 3D Printing

    The 5 basic things you should know about 3D printing. Today, 3D printing technology is being used to create everything from spare parts to prosthetic limbs. Even though 3D printing has been around for over 30 years, the technology is just starting to revolutionize many different industries such as manufacturing and medicine. However, 3D printing […]

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  • Combining New GPS Based Technologies With Golf

    Combining New GPS Based Technologies With Golf

    The world of sports has been consistently given a facelift, thanks to the rise of new technologies that aim to improve the industry like combining new GPS based technologies with golf. Gone are the days when we needed to rely on manual intervention or superhuman skills to excel in a game. These days, having the […]

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  • Securing Smartphone Card Readers

    Securing Smartphone Card Readers

    Mobile security seems to be a misnomer of sorts. We are now living in a generation when mobile technology has impacted several aspects of human living, but at the same time we are exposed to the threats of identity theft and cyber fraud. It seems as if the extent of the benefits brought about by […]

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  • Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome
  • Sesame Street Gang Sings DJ Jazzy Jeff And The Fresh Prince's 'Summertime'

    Sesame Street Gang Sings DJ Jazzy Jeff And The Fresh Prince's 'Summertime'
    sesame-street-summertime.jpg This is a video mashup of the Sesame Street gang singing DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince's appropriately titled summertime anthem 'Summertime'. It's pretty much exactly what you'd expect from this kind of mashup, including, and pretty much limited to: Sesame Street characters dancing and moving their mouths to the song. I'm not sure if you actually expected more, but if you did you must be really disappointed a lot. Tell me about your last birthday. Keep going for the video, then let's skip out of work early and hit the beach, or at least a hr parking lot. Bring towels and an umbrella.
  • What A Fun Bunch: Old People Reacting To Virtual Reality

    What A Fun Bunch: Old People Reacting To Virtual Reality
    elders-react-to-virtual-reality.jpg This is a video of a group of old people (affectionately referred to as 'elders') reacting to the HTC VIVE virtual reality system. I'm pretty sure the whole thing is actually just a giant ad for the system, but the old people are full of one-liners (i.e. "Am I still in the same room?", "I absolutely know I'm going to dream about this tonight.") that make the video worth a watch. They start with Google Tilt Brush and paint in virtual reality, then play Portal themed Aperture Robot Repair, and end with The Brookhaven Experiment, a first-person zombie shooter. I think I like the guy in the green shirt (above) who cusses a lot the best. He really seems like an elder I could get along with. My village elders? They're impossible. They're always all "You're too young to practice magic," and "You still piss your bedsheets." I want to run away so bad but the catch is all this only exists in my head so it's hard. Hit the jump for the video.
  • Extreme Sports: Running On A Treadmill With LEGO Blocks Constantly Being Dropped

    Extreme Sports: Running On A Treadmill With LEGO Blocks Constantly Being Dropped
    treadmill-lego-run.jpg Note: Language because running on LEGO blocks. This is a video of several guys trying to see how long they can run on a treadmill with LEGO bricks constantly being dropped in front of them. They all do fairly decent, and one dude even manages to stay on long enough to get his foot punctured by a piece. Me? I could run on LEGO blocks all day long. You see, when I was a kid growing up in Alabama my friends and I trained ourselves to develop what we called ninja feet. Basically we just ran around all year long with no shoes on until the bottom of our feet were so callused that nothing hurt anymore. And I've kept them just like that into adulthood. I can stand barefoot on black asphalt in 110-degree sun until the bottom of my feet start to sizzle and you can smell the skin roasting but it doesn't hurt. "Sick!" I don't even have to try to be cool to be cool, I just am. Keep going for the video, then come over and let's try the same thing with light bulbs.
  • Belgium Scientists Use Solar-Powered Water Filtering Machine To Help Turn Urine To Beer

    Belgium Scientists Use Solar-Powered Water Filtering Machine To Help Turn Urine To Beer
    urine-beer.jpg Belgium scientists recently demonstrated a simple solar-powered water cleaning system that can filter urine into drinkable water. They then used this water to brew a lager beer they're calling 'From Sewer To Brewer', some would call 'Pissbrew', and anybody at the bar would not order.
    "We can make the best beer in the world starting from urine," said Denis De Wilde, a brewer in Ghent, Belgium, who used a special machine to extract clean water from urine and then turn that water into a lager dubbed "From Sewer to Brewer." The urine is collected in a tank and heated in a solar-powered boiler. As the water evaporates, it passes through a membrane that filters out the remaining nutrients from the liquid.
    Why even bother filtering the urine? It's urine -- it's practically half-beer already. You could probably save money on the brewing process by just starting with urine instead of water. I won't tell anybody. Especially not any of the people I'm trying to get to drink one. I'm a great friend. Thanks to Slammer and Charlie H, both of whom bragged about turning beer into urine since they were in high school.
  • Congratulations?: The World's Longest Whip Crack

    Congratulations?: The World's Longest Whip Crack
    worlds-longest-whip-crack.jpg This is the shortest video of the world's longest whip crack. The whip, which is 238-feet and 3-inches long, takes almost six seconds from the initial whip until the end cracks. It's one of those world records that doesn't really require any sort of particular skill or anything, just the world's longest whip and two arms. If I had a 240-foot whip I could break the record today. Then tomorrow try to trade the whip to Indiana Jones for his hat. "And what am I supposed to do with a whip this long?" I don't know, maybe you could-- OMG look out there's a snake behind you! *Indy screams* Haha, man, you seemed way cooler in the movies. Keep going for the video of the world's longest whip crack. The world's longest butt crack? This guy at the gym, I swear it's at least three and a half feet long.
  • Coolest Gadgets
  • Nimb is a Smart Ring that will call for help when you need it

    Nimb is a Smart Ring that will call for help when you need it
    Walking alone at night can be pretty terrifying because you can’t always have an entourage with you, but if anything happens, ?you shouldn’t have been alone?. What’s worse, you can be attacked in broad daylight, even when you’re 200 feet from the police station. Being ambushed isn’t going to give you enough time to get to pepper spray or dial 911. Getting your phone out and calling an emergency number ...
  • The SunFriend Personal UV Monitor keeps your tan in check

    The SunFriend Personal UV Monitor keeps your tan in check
    We should all spend more time outside, but unless we’re prompted by Pokemon GO, good luck getting us to go anywhere. If you do start to venture out into the sun’s rays more often, you need to give your skin proper protection from the sun. While sunscreen will certainly help, different skin types have differing sensitivities to UV exposure, and it’s hard to tell when you’ve gotten enough sun for ...
  • Odor Free Litter Box

    Odor Free Litter Box
    Owning a pet has many advantages, and if you happen to love cats, then you will certainly know that cats waft in and out of the house at their own whim and fancy, without paying any regard to you or your calls for their attention. They are more or less your master, and you, their slave. One advantage that cats have over dogs is they cover up their poop in ...
  • The Modobag will let you zip through the airport at 8 mph

    The Modobag will let you zip through the airport at 8 mph
    If anything is going to make you want to pull your hair out, it’s traveling. Everything is a deadline, and if you’re flying, getting through security can take anywhere from 10 minutes to 3 or more hours. Getting from one gate to another on a layover can show you how good of a runner you are as some airports are huge and you end up getting onto the plane as ...
  • The Nomad Hand-Crank Espresso Machine ? when you only want to get away from a little bit of it all

    The Nomad Hand-Crank Espresso Machine ? when you only want to get away from a little bit of it all
    Much of the populace is wishing there was a happy medium between living off the land and the grid, but in a way where you’d still be able to get a mocha and scroll through Facebook at leisure. While we have gotten accustomed to certain luxuries, there are ways to bridge gaps between the modern world and an Eco-friendly one. We’ve seen tons of gadgets that are starting to do ...