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    T-Mobile Just Introduced an Awesome $30 Plan for Tourists

    T-Mobile has long done right by United States citizens heading abroad, but this week they’re looking after our international friends planning to come over for a visit. The T-Mobile Tourist Plan is a straightforward, no frills way to get service in the United States for up to three weeks. Travelers planning trips to the United […]

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    Meet the Newest Dwarf Planet That is Almost as Big as Pluto

    Surprise! We’ve got a whole new Dwarf Planet on our hands. And this is no run of the mill dwarf planet, it is the third largest dwarf planet ever seen in our solar system! And its been right under our noses the whole time. Researchers from Konkoly Observatory in Hungary shared new details about planet 2007 OR10 […]

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    Plantronics Voyager 5200 Bluetooth Headset Review

    Do you spend a LOT of time on the phone? Do you work on a noisy factory floor or in a loud open-plan office? Are you totally cool being that guy or girl with the black plastic thing hanging on your ear? If you answered yes to at least one of those questions, then the Plantronics […]

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    Skyroam is a Mobile Hotspot That Works in 80+ Countries

    One thing’s for sure — there’s no shortage of services that help travelers get connected. There were enough for us to make a whole guide to help you navigate your options, so that pretty much says it all. Point is, it’s tough to hop into a game that has a lot of players who have […]

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    Cute Heart Keychain Has a Big Surprise for Would-Be Attackers

    Looks, as always, can be deceiving. On Blingsting.com, you can find a fun little keychain called the Ahh!-larm. Well, that’s the deceiving part, anyway. This heart is all business — it doubles as a deafening alarm that can startle or scare off predators or muggers late at night. The Ahh!-larm is more or less your […]

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    Slicks is a Modular Backpack for All Kinds of Travel

    The bag industry has it pretty good — all kinds of travel need their own special kinds of luggage, which creates a lot of niches to cater to. Businesspeople need something that will keep wrinkles away from their formal clothes, mobile workers need a lot of pockets and slots to stay organized, and tourists need […]

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    These are the Best-Smelling Battery Packs of All Time

    If you’re on the east coast, you’re probably still half buried in snow and thinking about how awesome it would be to not have to dig out parking spots every time you go into the city. Well, good news — spring might still be a ways off, but at least we’re starting to see some […]

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    Lost Your Wallet? Safedome Will Track It Down For You

    As a lost and found tracker, Safedome doesn’t do much differently from any of the other loads of trackers on the market. But, Safedome is more than a tracker — it’s a service that promises to protect you from identity theft in case it can’t help you get your stuff back. Whereas most lost and […]

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    Man Uses Storm Jonas Snow to Offer Igloo On Airbnb

    With all the controversy over landlord abuses and illegal hotels, you’d think Airbnb would be happy to display a listing safe from those firestorms. Sadly, they decided to take down the listing of a Brooklyn man who built a cozy two-person snow hut in his backyard with the inches and inches (and feet) of snow […]

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    ASAP Dash Battery Pack Charges Up In Just 15 Minutes

    It’s pretty tough to make us excited about a battery pack, but the ASAP Dash has managed by fully charging dead phones, ASAP. The 5,000 mAh pack isn’t just pretty robust, it has fast charging capabilities that can intelligently max out charging speeds for all mobile devices, and it’s putting up some impressive numbers. The […]

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    Chipolo Makes Lost and Found Trackers Romantic

    The Bluetooth lost and found track got a makeover at CES 2016, with companies like Wistiki and Chipolo making chic trackers that double as lifesavers for the forgetful among us. The little devices that buzz and ring out when you (and your smartphone) get out of range of one of your essentials (keys, wallet, etc) […]

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    Passenger Flies Delta With Turkey As Their Service Animal

    The definition of ‘service animal’ is apparently pretty broad when it comes to air travel. Service animals can include companions that help to ease the anxiety caused by a fear of flying, but that by no means is just limited to dogs and cats. Case in point, someone brought a turkey onto a Delta flight, […]

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    AT&T is Sending Connected Scooters to the Streets

    Cars aren’t the only vehicles getting connected. United States-based scooter maker Mahindra GenZe is using AT&T’s network and connectivity technology to power a new line of motorized, connected scooters aimed at budget- and environmentally-conscious city dwellers. Fortunately, this doesn’t mean anyone will actually be communicating with their scooter on the road. The GenZe 2.0 scooters, […]

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    ArcaBoard Is A Hoverboard That Can Actually Fly

    That anyone was allowed to call something with wheels a hoverboard is but one minor mark of shame out of many left on the year that was, but against all odds, it’s something that has been put to rights in the eleventh hour. Arca Space Corporation has created the ArcaBoard, an actual hoverboard that is […]