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    You’ll Really ‘Like’ This Facebook-Inspired Dishwasher Sign

    As anyone who lives in a shoebox-sized apartment in New York can attest: we don’t have a lot of kitchen counter space and often use our dishwasher as a high-tech dish rack. I always have to explain to guests that they should grab clean plates from my dishwasher rather than load it with dirty plates, […]

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    Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Gets Pricing and Release Date

    If you like totting around a tablet for your daily commute, you won’t find another that is lighter than the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 tablets, whether they have an 8-inch or 9.7-inch display, or offer Wi-Fi or LTE connectivity. With the Wi-Fi-only, 8-inch Tab S2 weighing just 0.59-pounds (9.4oz), and the 9.7-inch at […]

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    12-inch MacBook Gets a USB-C Battery Pack

    The new 12-inch MacBook is generally considered the most energy efficient laptop of the fanless Intel Core M-powered laptops, capable of going anywhere between 9 and 11-hours on a single charge with average use. However, if you frequently take 13-plus hour flights, or simply don’t want to bother looking for a wall outlet to charge […]

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    Woman Sues for Gadget Allergy and Wins

    It turns out gadgets can really make some people sick, as evidenced by a recent French court ruling that awarded the plaintiff a disability grant for ‘gadget allergy’ caused by electromagnetic radiation, according to the BBC. Marine Richard, a former radio documentary producer, sued the southern city of Toulouse last month for exposure to electromagnetic […]

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    Facebook Reaches 1 Billion User Milestone in a Single Day

    Facebook reached a new milestone this past Monday: 1 billion users logged onto the social network on the same day — the first time this has happened since the site was founded in 2004. Considering the fact that there are over 7 billion people on Earth, that’s essentially one in seven people on this planet […]

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    McDonald’s Burns Burger King’s McWhopper Plans

    We could almost taste that secret Big Mac Special Sauce topping the delicious, fire-grilled Whopper beef patty, when McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook just had to deny the world of the McWhopper, the proposed ‘peace burger’ between the fast-food rivals. Conceived by Burger King and its various advertising agencies spread around the world, as reported by […]

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    Instagram Proves It’s No Square, Now Welcomes Rectangular Photos

    After establishing its brand with dare-to-be-square photos, Instagram is now ready to show some love for photos and videos in portrait and landscape orientations. Hurray for Insta-fans who are shooting more and more videos and wide-angled selfies. In a blog post detailing the changes that Instagram users can expect in the latest app update (version […]

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    Minecraft is the Most Streamed Game on YouTube

    YouTube recently released its list of top ten most streamed video games since its inception in 2005, and topping the list is Minecraft, the digital Lego for this generation, according to the BBC. The idea that an interactive medium like a video game could be passively watched like a movie may seem a bit strange, […]

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    Windows 10 Hits 75 Million Installs Within First Month

    It’s been almost one month since the launch of Windows 10 and the new operating system is already installed on 75 million computers as of today, according to a tweet from Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President Yusuf Mehdi. Almost one month since Windows 10 launched. Here are a few fun facts. Top 10 list…starts now! #Windows10 […]

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    Verizon’s Hum Transforms a Dumb Car into a Smart Car

    We know so much more about our bodies with fitness trackers than we know about our cars these days (unless you have a late model car with all the latest connected car features). For most people, we have to rely on our mechanic to tell us what needs fixing, and hope our phone has cellular […]

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    Speck’s First Backpack Knocks it Out of the Park

    In our never-ending search for the perfect backpack, it seems there is no happy medium between the ultra-protective behemoth that makes us look like a hitch-hiker, and the oh-so-fashionable backpack that lacks sufficient pockets. Speck, the popular mobile case maker, must have heard our complaints as its new line of MightyPack backpacks check all our […]

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    Nintendo Wants to Make Movies Again

    Nintendo has historically been reluctant to let its characters appear in other people’s movies, let alone develop its intellectual properties into other types of entertainment like movies or mobile games. And for good reason. After all, its 1993 foray into Hollywood film-making with the live-action Super Mario Bros. movie was a resounding flop, while lending […]

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    Donde App Redefines How to Search for Your Next Outfit

    Online and mobile shopping for fashion can be downright frustrating: I’m always baffled by the different terms used to organize the same item from site to site, and online shopping tools that just don’t work on a smartphone. I usually work around this online shopping nonsense by searching for a particular brand and model name […]

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    Get the 12-inch MacBook in Any Color You Want – Even Pink

    It’s almost back-to-school time where everyone in class will be showing off their new gadgets like the ultra-slim 12-inch MacBook in Gold, so why not stand out from the crowd of conformists with your own custom colored MacBook from ColorWare? Think of ColorWare as the shop that you’d take your car to get it tricked […]

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    Paper Video Greeting Cards with LCD Screen Are a Vision of the Future

    It can certainly feel a bit silly buying a paper greeting card, snail-mailing it and hoping it arrives in your grandma’s mailbox, when you can just send a slick multimedia production from your smartphone in a matter of seconds. That said, the immediacy of an email or video can also get lost among the many […]

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    iPhone 6s Arrives September 18th

    If you’re looking to upgrade to the rumored iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, you should be saving up for September as new leaked information seem to suggest the new phones will drop on September 18. German tech site Mackeropf has apparently spoken with two out of three carriers in that country who revealed they […]

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    Ralph Lauren’s First Wearable is the PoloTech Smartshirt

    Wearable technology is about to get a lot smarter, with Ralph Lauren’s fitness-oriented PoloTech smartshirts hitting stores on August 27. Unfortunately, ladies who want to give these high-tech shirts a try will either have to make do with men’s sizing, or wait until the company introduces its women’s lineup as the shirt needs to fit […]

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    Melissa McCarthy Can’t Stand the Term “Plus-Size”

    Comedian and movie star Melissa McCarthy has finally put her Fashion Institute of Technology-honed skills to good use by designing a collection of cute yet curves-friendly clothes for Seven7. Designed for girls like herself with a larger silhouette that the fashion industry usually ignore, McCarthy’s line eschews the “plus-size” uniform of ill-fitting, shapeless “muumuus” that […]

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    PlayMobil Lists Their Luxury Mansion at $6 million. Is Barbie Jealous?

    Does a plastic dollhouse aimed at elementary school-aged children need to be all about luxury amenities, with a working doorbell (batteries required), and modern designer furniture? It’s one thing for Barbie’s Dream House to be estimated at a cool $25 million in real life when Mattel was promoting her toy Dream House back in 2013. […]

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    Turn Your Apple Watch into a Pocket Watch

    Let’s face it: Sometimes, your Apple Watch just doesn’t quite look right with your cocktail dress, but you really need the convenience of seeing app notifications your smartwatch. What’s a girl to do? Bucardo, a company that aims to seamlessly integrate technology with fashion, has designed an elegant line of accessories that will transform your […]

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    TV’s First Pioneering Female Superhero Dies

    Televison’s first female superhero Yvonne Craig, who played Batgirl on the 1960s Batman TV series, has passed away from breast cancer on August 17. She was 78. She really pioneered the way female superheroes were portrayed on screen, and made audiences feel as if girls can do everything boys can. As the former Batgirl comics […]