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    Power up with the Avengers Assemble Charm Bead Set

    ThinkGeek has had Avengers charms for a while, but hey, it’s a lot easier when they all assemble for you. To make things a little easier on your mouse-clicking index finger, ThinkGeek is now selling one charm bracelet that comes with all six of their Avengers charms. The set features a nickel-free silver bracelet with […]

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    Are Floating Videos Coming to Your Facebook News Feed?

    Facebook’s addition of video was fine — autoplay, even with the sound off, was less desirable, mainly because of that one person who always posts awful videos (we all have one). But, maybe you watch those videos anyway, or maybe you have a counterbalancing person that posts awesome videos. If that’s the case, good news […]

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    Pregnancy-safe Wi-Fi Routers are Being Sold in China

    Radiation fearmongering — it’s not just for the West! There’s a war of words brewing between a couple of Chinese electronics companies over claims by one to sell a pregnancy-safe Wi-Fi router. Today’s snake oil merchants are Qihoo 360, who have released a new router with three settings — wall penetration, balance, and pregnant women, […]

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    Take a Swim with the $99 UE Roll Bluetooth Speaker

    Ultimate Ears is going small for their latest speaker, the UE Roll. The 12-ounce speaker takes after many other mini portable Bluetooth speakers, taking on a round shape and adding a strap ideal for hanging the speaker onto bags while traveling. The UE Roll, like the larger UE Boom, features 360-degree sound and a durable […]

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    5 Things We Learned About the Future of Finance at MoneyConf

    This week in Belfast, Northern Ireland, a meeting of the financial minds pulled in leaders from the world of banking and bitcoin alike to discuss the future of money. MoneyConf, a sister conference of the burgeoning Web Summit hosted annually in Dublin, wrapped up its debut event today in an intentionally ironically run-down warehouse inside […]

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    Dick Costolo Steps Down as CEO of Twitter After Big #fail

    It looks like the Q1 reporting day disaster that shaved $8 billion off Twitter’s value was too much to be borne — Dick Costolo is stepping down as CEO as of July 1, with former CEO Jack Dorsey replacing him on an interim basis. Twitter’s first quarter results not only revealed another net loss for […]

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    Beats Gets Luxurious with x MCM Collection

    Beats is a luxury electronics brand — if that wasn’t true before they got bought out by Apple, it certainly is now. Luxury recognizes luxury, with plenty of special edition Beats headphones and speakers coming out of high-profile collaborations, like one with Fendi. We’re adding another today with the new Beats x MCM collection, which […]

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    Instagram is Now a Book Publishing Platform?

    These kids, they just don’t show loyalty to brands like the olden days. Now you have to go on their turf to get their attention to keep getting attention for your brand. So, in an attempt to teach by doing, marketer Jason Sperling is releasing his new how-to in the digital age marketing book bit […]

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    Teresa Giudice Tweets From Prison

    Personally, I think the real story here is that we live in a world where the phrase ‘since she checked herself into prison’ is actually used in all seriousness. But, I guess that’s by-the-by for Teresa Giudice fans, who have been graced with a tweet straight from Giudice’s temporary 15-month home. She got internet access […]

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    Facebook Instant Articles Promises Faster News Reads

    If you have an iPhone, you can now start checking out more than just headlines from within the Facebook app. Alongside nine publishing partners, Facebook has introduced Instant Articles—full articles with interactive images and video that load instantly within the Facebook app, instead of kicking you out to a web browser. The idea is a […]

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    Stratos Connected All-in-One Payment Card Begins Shipping Today

    Stratos is fulfilling their promise of shipping in April right at the buzzer—their connected all-in-one payment cards are moving out starting today. After a long period of media silence and a name change, Stratos announced their card in early March alongside the promise of an April release. Using Bluetooth connectivity, you’ll be able to store […]

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    Facebook to Start Rolling Out Big Changes to Mobile Notifications

    According to a report from Mashable, Facebook is preparing to launch an update to its mobile notifications in an overhaul that would turn the notifications tab into a sort of mini news feed. Currently, Facebook notifications are limited to birthdays and things that directly involve you—events you’ve been invited to, activity in one of your […]

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    RIF6 Cube Mobile Projector Review

    It’s been a good couple of years for pico projectors, with tons of competitors pushing each other to get smaller and more powerful. But, even in that crowded market, few have been able to pack as much power into a device as small as the RIF6 Cube. Despite its impressively small size—2″ cubed and just […]

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    Tempered Glass Screen Protector iPhone 6/6 Plus Review

    As great as the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are, the rumor mill let us down in one big way—those stronger, scratch-resistant sapphire crystalline screens were meant for the Apple Watch, not the iPhones that, let’s be honest, so desperately need them. Just about every past or present iPhone owner has a story about how […]