Chance Kinney

From Modesto, California, Chance received a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from UCLA and a Master's Degree in International Relations from University College Dublin. He loves to travel, and is always looking for interesting people and their stories wherever he goes. He currently lives in San Francisco.

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    Master & Dynamic’s x Leica Headphone Collaboration is Picture Perfect

    How does a company famous for its camera lenses collaborate on headphones? With a number! Master & Dynamic, a new headphone company out of New York, has made Leica-branded variants of their headphones and headphone stand featuring the number 0.95 in honor of Leica’s new and super advanced Noctilux-M 50mm f/0.95 ASP lens. Besides the 0.95 on […]

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    Marvel’s Upcoming Inhumans TV Series Gets its First Cast Shot

    Late last year, we learned that Marvel’s royal family of mutants, the Inhumans, would be coming to TV instead of the movies. The series will get its start in theaters with an IMAX premiere in September before heading to ABC to try to capture the same kind of success as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Today, we’re getting our […]

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    The Gilmore Girls Might Get Its Own Luke’s Diner Lego Set

    Still feeling the rush from that Gilmore Girls revival? Head on over to Lego Ideas, where user Rainer Zufall has uploaded an amazing submission for a Luke’s Diner Gilmore Girls Lego set. Your minifig collection is about to become overly caffeinated! There are tons of cool little details in the submission, like little condiment bottles, the sign hanging outside […]

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    Orphan Black Coloring Book is Just in Time for the Final Season Premiere

    The best stress reliever of all time just got better. There’s now an official coloring book for Orphan Black, and it’s shipping out just in time for the June premiere of the fifth and (sad) final season. The coloring book is chock full of pages featuring, well, a lot of Tatiana Maslany. As if it could […]

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    These 10 U.S. Cities are Where Star Wars Fans are Most Likely to Find Love

    If the Millennium Falcon were a city, it’d be numbers one through ten on this list. Alas, the ultimate Star Wars love station remains inaccessible to the earthbound, so we’ll have to settle for these ten slightly more boring United States cities instead. For May the Fourth, the unofficial official Star Wars holiday, online dating […]

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    BlackBerry KEYOne Review

    We’d say that BlackBerry is back, but the truth is they never left. The one-time smartphone king has been on the ropes for years now, but it hasn’t been for lack of trying. The Z30 of 2014 featured compatibility with Android apps, the Priv of 2015 switched to Android and brought back the physical keyboard in […]

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    Hulu Finally Announces Their Live Streaming TV Subscription Service

    Now that Hulu has a marquee original title in The Handmaid’s Tale, the streaming service finally thinks it’s got the value proposition to hang with the rest of the streaming TV world. At their Upfront event today, Hulu announced a $40 per month live streaming TV service, and while they’ve got almost all the networks you […]

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    Marvel’s Netflix Heroes Finally Team Up in the Defenders Trailer

    As always with Marvel, the goal is dysfunctional teamwork. Now that they’ve got a nice stable of Netflix originals running, it’s time to get them all together for a superseries — The Defenders. Marvel and Netflix got started with Daredevil in April 2015, which proved to be a hit. It was followed by Jessica Jones later in the year, […]

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    OtterBox Teams Up With Mophie to Make Charging Packs for Their uniVERSE iPhone Case

    We first heard about the OtterBox uniVERSE modular case system when the iPhone 7 came out. We liked the promise — a single smartphone case that could work with the many smartphone accessories out there, like Olloclip’s camera lenses or SanDisk’s external storage. Since uniVERSE was introduced, OtterBox has managed to get even more partners on […]

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    iRobot Announces Two Cheaper Roomba Models With Wi-Fi and Alexa

    Wi-Fi connectivity has become a major robot vacuum feature over the last couple of years, and the Roomba has been a big part of that. iRobot stuck Wi-Fi connectivity on their 960 and 980 models, allowing users to create schedules and stop and start their robot vacuums remotely using their smartphones. That modern convenience layer […]

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    Microsoft is Turning Their Stores into Classrooms With STEM Saturdays

    Don’t have any plans this Saturday? If you show up at a Microsoft Store, you can get a crash course on the inner workings of the greatest computer interface device of all — the human hand! It’s the first course in Microsoft’s new STEM Saturdays program, which is putting on fun STEM workshops in Microsoft Stores […]

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    There’s Now an Unofficial Mermaid Frappuccino at Starbucks

    Well, considering their logo, you’d think this would have been first out of the gate. Word’s getting out about an unofficial mermaid frappuccino that a Starbucks employee has concocted, and while it’s not going to show up on the official menu (yet), the recipe is out there for you to inflict on your local barista. […]

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    Microsoft Launches Stunning Surface Laptop and Windows 10 S with a Focus on Education

    When Microsoft talks education, they’re not just talking Minecraft. At their MicrosoftEDU event in New York today, the company announced the Surface Laptop, along with a new version of Windows 10 called Windows 10 S. The end result is something like a Chromebook, although you wouldn’t know it from the $1,000 price tag! The Surface Laptop […]

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    It Comes at Night Trailer Proves That Red Doors Mean Bad News

    2017 is shaping up to be one scary year at the box office. It and Alien: Covenant are being joined by It Comes at Night, a horror movie that involves a red door. There’s something bad behind the red door, because of course there is. The new trailer gives you a look at that door, along with the two […]

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    SpaceX Successfully Recovers Their Tenth Rocket After Launching Super Secret Spy Satellite

    Thrifty isn’t usually the first word that comes to mind when thinking of SpaceX, but it’s becoming increasingly apt. The spaceflight company marked its tenth successful rocket recovery after a launch this week, demonstrating once again that they’re able to preserve and reuse rockets for later launches. There’s a lot that goes into making spaceflight expensive, […]

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    Gear Up for Barbecue Season With These Guardians of the Galaxy Geeki Tikis

    Proving that pretty much anything can be turned into geeky merch, ThinkGeek has just unveiled a whole set of tiki-themed mugs from Guardians of the Galaxy. With the Guardians also saving us from the throes of winter with a May release this year, it’s well-timed. When the Guardians do the beach, they don’t do it cheaply. […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Review

    With tablet sales plateauing and lots of decent low-cost options to choose from, premium tablets have become tough sells. Increasingly, we’ve seen tablets billed as creative tools, combined with styluses and keyboards to become good sketchpads in addition to being solid home entertainment devices. Some even go as far as to call themselves PC replacements — what […]

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    In Case Regular Chips Weren’t Noisy Enough, Here are Some Cricket Chips!

    Ready for your next bag of healthy snacks? ThinkGeek has exactly what you need — cricket chips! Starting today, the site is selling Chirp Chips — chips made from cricket flour. So, yeah, they’re made out of ground up crickets. Specifically, there’s roughly one cricket per chip. You won’t get all that savory bug juice, but hey, […]

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    Lego Launches a 1,969 Piece NASA Apollo Rocket Set

    What a summer it’s going to be for Lego fans! First we caught wind of this carousel set that can be paired up with a motor, and now we’re getting a celebration of the Moon landing — a Saturn V rocket set is coming! The Saturn V rocket is most famous for its role in the […]