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    You Can Now Donate to Almost 50 Different Charities Just By Asking Alexa

    Amazon just made it way easier to give to your favorite charity when they’re most in need. The company announced today that it’s now possible to give to one of 48 charities simply by asking Alexa nicely using a new feature called Alexa Donations. With Alexa Donations, you can simply tell Alexa to donate a […]

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    Here are 12 of the Most Stylish Headphones You Can Buy Right Now

    Not all that long ago, headphones were just another gadget. But, in the era of wearable technology, they’ve been forced to become fashion statements. Who knew anyone would be spending time thinking about how to accessorize with a pair of headphones? Well it happened, and it happened a lot, so we’re going to celebrate all […]

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    Tech it Out – All the Tech Giants Are in Trouble!

    There’s a ton of tech news to get to! Maybe you didn’t get to it all, because who’s got time for that? Well, that’d be us — with Tech it Out, we bring you the big stories from the week that was! Apple CEO Tim Cook comes at Facebook and Amazon Tim Cook was feeling […]

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    We Would Not Want to Duel Against These Robotic Pokemon!

    No adorable Pokemon here. Frame Wars imagines the pocket monsters in their Neo Terra Universe, which includes a world that turns creatures into mechanized versions of themselves. In the case of Pokemon, that turns out to be as awesome as it sounds! If you think they’re pretty awesome too, be sure to see more of their […]

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    eBay is Stepping Up Their Instagram Game to Make a Splash in Fashion

    As alluring as online retail is, it’s tough to make it work with fashion. We’ve seen StitchFix use curated boxes of items, we’ve seen Allume use personal shoppers, and we’ve seen the rise of augmented reality technology to help you at least get a general sense of fit and look. Amazon looms large, too, even […]

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    This Rolling Spider Robot Just Rolled Right Out of Sci-Fi Horror and Into Reality

    If I tell you there’s a skittering spider robot that can transform into a wheel and zoom around at high speeds, you’re racking your brain trying to figure out what movie that’s from, right? Well, it’s probably in some movie I can’t remember, but it’s also coming to the theater of the absurd that is […]

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    This Amazing Stain-Free Shirt is a More Eco-Friendly Alternative to Fast Fashion

    Fast fashion chains like H&M and Zara are starting to get the same reputation that fast food chains get —not a good one. Lots of shoppers have been looking for more ethically sourced clothes that might be a little more expensive, but have the promise of lasting much longer — something that could make clothes shopping cheaper […]

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    9 Car Safety Technologies That You Should Know About

    The good thing about cars is you can usually hang onto them for years and years before they finally give out on you. But, if it’s been years and years since you’ve gone car shopping, you might have a surprise or 10 waiting for you — tech has changed cars a lot! While we wait on […]

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    This Awesome League of Legends Fan Art Celebrates Some of the Female Champions

    Nindei is an excellent artist from Poland, and one of her great loves is League of Legends. Everyone’s got a few favorite champions (gotta stay in your lane, right?), and she’s taken a liking to some of the game’s female champions, something we can totally get behind. Check out her work, and if you’d like to see […]

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    The 6 New Features to Watch for in Today’s iOS Update

    Got an iPhone? You might have noticed a big download and a few changes today — Apple released the iOS 11.3 update, the latest to last year’s iOS 11 release, and while we’re all crossing our fingers for no unintended consequences, there are some pretty cool new features to go over. It’s a minor update, but […]

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    This Robotics Company Might Make Your Next Ski Trip Way Easier on the Knees

    Many, understandably, have welcomed the coming of spring and the leaving of snow. But, if you’re heart’s on the slopes, you’re probably a little less excited! So, here’s some good news to tide you over until next winter — sometime in the next couple years, you might be able to get a skiing exoskeleton that will […]

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    Apple Suggests a Set of Emoji for People With Disabilities

    The people behind the world’s emoji have done a pretty good job in recent years of being more inclusive, adding new skin tones, more female emoji, and even more hair colors! But, the Unicode Consortium, the group in charge of creating emoji (well, they do other things, but this is their most important job) could […]

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    The Stories Behind 9 of the Biggest Kickstarter Projects of All Time

    It’s hard to point to any one reason, but it sure seems like the shine has come off the crowdfunding craze. Last year saw plenty of reports of a Kickstarter decline (that could persist), along with an increase in strict requirements put in place by crowdfunding sites to ensure that crowdfunded companies actually deliver on […]

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    Until We Meet Goku Again, Enjoy Some Super Good Dragon Ball Fan Art

    Going through withdrawals now that Dragon Ball Super has wrapped up its (excellent) three-year run? It’s going to be rough, but hey, we have two pieces of good news — one, there’s probably going to be a ton more Dragon Ball in the near future, and two, you can check out some primo Dragon Ball fan art […]

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    How She Made It: An Interview With Gixo Co-founder Selina Tobaccowala

    We’ve been streaming music on our smartphones for years now, but recently, we’ve seen an explosion of what’s possible when data stops being a concern. Faster phones, faster networks, and the return of unlimited plans have enabled apps like HQ Trivia — live online experiences that involve streaming audio and video no matter where you are. […]

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    8 Celebrities Helping to Make Computer Programming Cool

    In the past month, we’ve seen that despite the growth in STEM educational organizations and products for younger learners, the gender gap in STEM isn’t closing as fast as had been hoped. Maybe that’s not surprising — much of the fight is against deeply entrenched cultural norms that will take generations to change. But, if there’s […]