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  • Lifehacker
  • Five Best Headsets with Attached Microphones

    Five Best Headsets with Attached Microphones

    Whether you're gaming, taking video calls, listening to music, or doing all three, a good headset makes a huge difference. There are tons of choices on the market, lots of them good, but this week we're looking at five of the best, based on your nominations.

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  • Focus Your Ambitions with the Lifehacker Hierarchy of Goals

    Focus Your Ambitions with the Lifehacker Hierarchy of Goals

    Setting goals is easy, but prioritizing them is hard. Humans suck at properly weighing what we need to achieve our goals. We take on too much, skip steps, and often, as a result, we give up. Once you commit to a framework to prioritize your goals and cut the junk, achieving your goals gets a lot more realistic. Here's one way to do it.

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  • The Best Things to Buy in February

    The Best Things to Buy in February

    January is the biggest discount month of the year, but a lot of the winter sales carry over into February?not to mention a few new sales thanks to annual trade shows. Here are the best things to buy this month.

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  • Superior Alternatives to Boring Stock Mac Apps

    Superior Alternatives to Boring Stock Mac Apps

    Macs are bundled with a ton of software. Some of it is awesome, but some of it's overly basic. That's the catch with a lot of default Mac software: it's easy, but the second you want to do something more with it, you're out of luck. So, we've compiled a list of our favorite replacements for the usually workable, but generally boring OS X default software.

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  • The Financial Moves You Should Make in January

    The Financial Moves You Should Make in January

    The countdown is over, the champagne glasses are empty?and holiday sweaters are selling at huge discounts. It's 2015! And you know what that means? It's time to start working on all those lofty resolutions you made.

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  • Geeky Gadgets
  • Poetry2 3D Printer And New Printing Filaments Unveiled

    Poetry2 3D Printer And New Printing Filaments Unveiled
    Ira3D has this week unveiled it new range of Poetry2 3D printers that are available to purchase with either a single or dual extruder setup and are priced at ?1,749 for ?1,849 respectively. The Poetry2 3D printer offers users a build volume 250 x 250 x 300 mm and is capable of printing at 30 […]

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  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 To Be Made By Samsung (Rumor)

    Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 To Be Made By Samsung (Rumor)
    The Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor which is launching in the latest smartphones is currently made by TSMC for Qualcomm. Now it would appear that the company has other plans for their next generation processor, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820. According to a recent report Samsung will be making the Snapdragon 820 processor for Qualcomm and it […]

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  • pedalSHIELD Arduino DUE Guitar Pedal Kit (video)

    pedalSHIELD Arduino DUE Guitar Pedal Kit (video)
    Guitarists that also enjoy building electronic devices using the Arduino platform may be interested in a new Arduino guitar pedal shield aptly named the pedalSHIELD. pedalSHIELD is an open hardware, open source system that has been specifically designed as a platform to learn about digital signal processing, synthesisers and guitar effects. To be able to […]

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  • NuDock Apple Watch And iPhone Charging Dock And Light

    NuDock Apple Watch And iPhone Charging Dock And Light
    Those of you that have already pre-ordered your new Apple Watch and are counting down the days for its delivery later this week on April 24th. Maybe interested in a new iPhone and Apple Watch dock called the NuDock which combines a number of useful features such as a portable backup battery as well as […]

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  • Cyber Security Developer Course Bundle For $49, Save 88%

    Cyber Security Developer Course Bundle For $49, Save 88%
    The Cyber Security Developer Course bundle is designed to give you an introduction into cyber security and we have the Cyber Security Developer Course bundle for just $49 a saving of 88% off the normal retail price. The Cyber Security Developer Course bundle comes with over 11 hours of content and 34 lectures, you can […]

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  • Electronista | Gadgets for Geeks
  • Aereo pays broadcasters $950,000 to end copyright infringement suits

    Aereo pays broadcasters $950,000 to end copyright infringement suits
    Troubled and failed TV rebroadcasting startup Aereo has finally ended its lawsuit with broadcasters, by agreeing to pay less than one percent of what has been requested. The settlement has the online service paying the broadcasters $950,000 instead of more than $99 million in copyright licensing claims, ending all litigation between the parties involved....






  • Yahoo posts lower than Wall Street estimated profit, stock falls

    Yahoo posts lower than Wall Street estimated profit, stock falls
    Yahoo today reported results for the quarter that ended on March 31. While still turning a massive profit, the search and advertising company missed Wall Street estimates, posting revenue of $1.2 billion. Earnings per share settled in at $0.15 per share, with Wall Street expecting $0.18 per share....






  • Daily Deals: Toshiba notebook, PlayStation Vita, daVinci 3D Printer

    Daily Deals: Toshiba notebook, PlayStation Vita, daVinci 3D Printer
    Welcome to Daily Deals, that time of the day when we search online retailers for discounts, offers, and sales on hardware, software, and gadgets for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. Yesterday's still-active deals are joined by a Toshiba notebook, a bundle for the PlayStation Vita, and a $350 3D Printer...






  • Tech TV show The Screen Savers resurrected on TWiT

    Tech TV show The Screen Savers resurrected on TWiT
    A TV show about technology is making a comeback, but over the Internet instead of television. The Screen Savers, a daily Tech TV show which ran from 1998 to 2005, is going to be resurrected as "The New Screen Savers" by main host Leo Laporte and hosted on his own podcast network TWiT.tv as a weekly live show streamed online, with the first episode set to broadcast on May 2....






  • Review: DiVoom VoomBox Party Bluetooth streaming speaker

    Review: DiVoom VoomBox Party Bluetooth streaming speaker
    The VoomBox Party by DiVoom is a 2.1 speaker system which can connect to devices via Bluetooth 4.0 or NFC. It's a bit larger than a brick and about the same weight as one. It's a bit heavy, but it's made to be taken out and about to parties, parks, and the beach. We wouldn't lug it around everywhere we go, but we definitely keep it with the stuff we take camping or Nerf battles in the middle of fields. It's not perfect -- see what we liked and what we didn't in our review....






  • TechJaws.com
  • Is Facebook Advertising A Worthwhile Investment?

    Is Facebook Advertising A Worthwhile Investment?
    Since social networking began, people have been using it as a vehicle for advertising their businesses. However, as the rules regarding businesses on Facebook continue to change and organic reach continues to drop, business owners are being pushed towards purchasing advertising to promote not only their Facebook pages, but also their external web pages. Small […]
  • Satellite Versus Cable TV

    Satellite Versus Cable TV
    We’re currently two rounds deep into March Madness, and a lot of you likely have TV on the brain. Basketball fans around the world are going to be glued to their couches until the last point of the championship game, and they’d better hope that they’ve got good service. At the moment, the two main […]
  • How Fast is Your Broadband?

    How Fast is Your Broadband?
    Promising greater connection speeds at ?service appropriated prices?, broadband suppliers far and wide are battling to out-beat their competitors with appealing broadband packages and bundles. However, despite all of their assurances, very few are proving to deliver those great speeds. This article will review how to conduct broadband speed tests and what the realistic broadband […]
  • Mobile ?Kill Switch? to Improve Security for People and Businesses

    Mobile ?Kill Switch? to Improve Security for People and Businesses
    To thieves running a muck in the streets, a shiny, $600 iPhone is a pretty enticing item to snatch. So much so that statistics project one in three thefts in the United States involves a smartphone. Stolen mobile devices, on top of monetary loss experienced by the owner, pose major security problems due to how […]
  • The Best Anti-Virus Programs in 2015

    The Best Anti-Virus Programs in 2015
    Whilst it may seem obvious to computer users that anti-virus protection is essential, users of android systems, or even Mac?s often do not see the importance. The truth is that all systems are vulnerable to malicious attacks, whilst Windows has a higher profile, and therefore, is more at risk, any system can, and is attacked. […]
 
 
  • Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome
  • Supercut Of Every Star Wars Character In First 6 Movies

    Supercut Of Every Star Wars Character In First 6 Movies
    supercut-of-all-star-wars-movie-characters.jpg Heck yeah, Porkins. This is a 24-minute supercut edited by visual effects artist Glen O Neill featuring every individual character from the first six Star Wars movies. Did he miss any? I have no clue. I don't even know where I left my keys or wallet, how am I supposed to remember every single character in six Star Wars movies? "Use the Force." Ahahahahha, I have no Force. If the Force was water I would be dehydrated and peeing tar. Keep going for 24 minutes of Jedis and aliens.
  • Group Of Chimps Look Both Ways Before Crossing Road

    Group Of Chimps Look Both Ways Before Crossing Road
    chimp-road-crossing-safety.jpg I mean, cool, but you're still jaywalking. Proving that chimps are infinitely smarter than anyone in my neighborhood, this is some footage captured near the Kibale National Park in Uganda of a group of chimps looking both ways before crossing a highway. Most people in my neighborhood don't even bother looking up from their cell phone. That is the opposite of street smarts. It's weird thinking the people around here are getting out street-smarted by chimps. You know how chimps also use tools? Like how they'll use sticks to fish for termites in the ground? My roommate gets his hand stuck in Pringles cans all the time. Keep going for the video.
  • Ceramic Octopus Planters For Upside-Down Air Plants

    Ceramic Octopus Planters For Upside-Down Air Plants
    sealife-hanging-air-planters-1.jpg These are the ceramic octopus (plus squid and jellyfish) planters made and sold by Cindy Searles for use with hanging air plants. They cost around $22 - $30 apiece and will make the perfect addition to my beach themed guest bathroom. I've already got the beach sunset wallpaper and shell-shaped novelty soaps. "What's up with you and beach themed bathrooms?" You know, I guess they remind me of the guest bathroom in my house growing up. There was even a basket of real seashells by the sink and the ceramic soap dispenser had starfish on it. I dunno, I guess I'm just trying to relive that part of my youth. "You are a weird bird." I am like a penguin who likes it really hot and hates fish. Keep going for a bunch of other models.
  • Google Street Views Loch Ness, Spots Anomaly In Water

    Google Street Views Loch Ness, Spots Anomaly In Water
    loch-ness-monster-google-street-view.jpg This is the shot taken by a Google Street View car driving around Loch Ness in an attempt to map the area and possibly spot the Loch Ness Monster. They also took a camera into the water to get some underwater views (go HERE to explore for yourself). Sadly, this is the most exciting photo they got. Doesn't really look like Nessie, does it? I'm kidding, of course it looks like Nessie. I'd recognize those vertebrae anywhere. "It's a stick." IT'S A WATER MONSTER. You know, that's the problem with most people today -- they don't use their imaginations. Or their turn signals. Years ago I used to drive an old Chevy Cavalier with a bumper sticker that read, "If you don't like the way I drive, stay off the sidewalk." That was a good bumper sticker. It wasn't a good car though, which is why I drove it into a creek to collect the insurance. PLOT TWIST: Didn't have insurance. Now I roller skate everywhere and look good doing it. Thanks to Dunc, who agrees the only way to find Nessie is to drain the Loch.
  • Japanese Game Show Challenges Contestant To Perform Karaoke While Being Pleasured

    Japanese Game Show Challenges Contestant To Perform Karaoke While Being Pleasured
    crazy-karaoke.jpg Note: Video probably NSFW depending on how your employer feels about handies. Even if Godzilla did manage to destroy Japan and it ceased to exist, the rest of the world would never catch up with the quality of the country's game shows. That's just a fact. This is a video from an adult game show in Japan in which the contestant has to perform karaoke while being handily pleasured by a lady. The dude acts like he's never had his wiener touched before. And who knows, maybe he hasn't. Remember when you were a kid and you'd wait till your parents went to bed so you could touch the TV screen with your penis and the static would make it tingle? None of the new Televisions do that. Trust me (lifetime ban from Best Buy). Keep going for the video.
  • Coolest Gadgets
  • The Barracuda ? collapsible hard-sided carry-on luggage for the avid traveler

    The Barracuda ? collapsible hard-sided carry-on luggage for the avid traveler
    Traveling will broaden your horizons in ways that little else can. You get to see places that are unfamiliar to you, experience culture and art that is far removed from your own reality, and nothing from home can bog you down. The only hard part is trying to get everything you need from home into a bag that will keep all of your stuff safe while you’re on the plane ...
  • United Cutlery Kommando Pocket Rescue Tool ? the cavalry is in your pocket

    United Cutlery Kommando Pocket Rescue Tool ? the cavalry is in your pocket
    If you prefer to take care of things on your own, the idea of being left helpless is likely one of sheer terror. While it’s good practice to think of what-if scenarios, you don’t want to go too far overboard preparing for every possible thing you can think of. Using your logical mind, you should take in your typical surroundings, and think of what tools you might need so you ...
  • The Liese Hair Reset Straightener Wipes magically make your hair behave

    The Liese Hair Reset Straightener Wipes magically make your hair behave
    Whether it be long or short, a humid day is going to turn your hair into a giant, unmanageable frizz-ball. Even if it’s not hot and muggy outside, you can still have puffy, stringy hair that wants nothing more than to give you self-confidence issues. While looks don’t necessarily matter, it’s nice to take pride in the way you present yourself. If you want your hair to always look like ...
  • Darth Maul Legendary Scale Figurine lights up to boot

    Darth Maul Legendary Scale Figurine lights up to boot
    Darth Maul, the menacing looking Sith who, while being an apprentice to his master, was skilful enough to be able to wield a lightsaber – and a double edged one at that, come to think about it, with full of poised skill, so much so that he made short work of Qui-Gon Jinn. Well, you can now capture that menacing look for all eternity with the super expensive Darth Maul ...
  • Cupholder Charging Station makes things more convenient

    Cupholder Charging Station makes things more convenient
    Traveling from door to door in a car is an experience that many of us take for granted. After all, a car helps to keep us nice and dry even when it is raining cats and dogs outside, whereas a motorcycle would require you to put on a raincoat, and even then, your shoes would be soaked by the time you arrive at your destination. Not only that, a car ...