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California-based Currents is looking to shake up the backpack market with a new line of portable charging backpacks that are infused with a west coast style.
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Launching on Kickstarter, the AirBuddy promises to be the smallest and lightest diving gear ever created, allowing users to make shallow, self-guided dives anywhere and anytime without the need for tanks or heavy gear.
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When it comes to car problems, nothing is ever convenient. Fortunately, as unexpected automotive obstacles go, a zapped battery is easy to address. In this article, we’ll cover how to check your battery’s voltage, how to recharge it, and how to replace it if needed.
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Tech startup continues to go mainstream as more civil servants, investment bankers, and consultants join the fold in Singapore.
Researchers warn that the TV's lack of authentication means that a hacker could use it to access your Wi-Fi network
After just recently launching its new Tsugi Shinsei silhouette, PUMA is returning to its classic Clyde sneaker for a collaboration with artist Sam Rodriguez. 1800 Tequila provided the inspiration for the color choices on the sneaker -- a light blue upper, suede toe, and silver heel tab reference the brand’s bottle. Due to launch on Cinco de Mayo, the shoe's print merges Mayan and Aztec sculpture found throughout Mexico with Sam's signature graffiti-style art. The collaboration is limited to 1,000 pairs, but there’s no word yet on how they will release. Stay tuned for a more detailed look at the shoe and information on the drop as we receive it.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
Samsung is flying high again. The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are gorgeous, appear to have very safe batteries, and they're selling really well.
Things couldn't be any better for the Korean electronics giant after its last flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 7, burst into flames last year and threatened to ruin the entire company.
And yet, Samsung refuses to let the tainted Note 7 stay dead — a decision that could end up ruining all of the good fortune it's rebuilt.
SEE ALSO: Samsung Galaxy S8 shows amazing resilience to abuse in new video
A new report from Korea's ET News published Wednesday says Samsung will begin selling recycled Note 7's in South Korea starting in June. Read more...More about Tech Column, Smartphones, Android, Note 7, and Galaxy Note 7
Swipe right on Snapchat on any given day and you might stumble upon a custom geofilter designed for someone's special occasion, be it a birthday, wedding or even a promposal. But have you ever wondered who's behind these bespoke filters?
Custom geofilters are the must-have party accessory for the Snapchat generation and, now, talented designers are setting up businesses to quench people's thirst for bespoke filters.
SEE ALSO: 'Promposals' get even more out of control with custom Snapchat geofilters
"Snapchat geofilters are the millennial equivalent of a birthday card," says John Scott, founder of SnapThatFilter, a small business that designs bespoke geofilters for special occasions. Snapchat's on-demand geofilter site lets users choose from a broad selection of geofilter templates that can be mapped to a time and location. The site also allows people to upload their own designs, which go through a strict approval system by the Snapchat's geofilter team. Prices for Snapchat's templates begin at $5. Read more...More about Sex And Relationships, Weddings, Parties, Apps, and Business
Everyone loves David Attenborough.
Whether he's in cartoon form, hologram form, or simply lending his sweet voice to an Adele video, the internet's adoration of the British documentary presenter knows no bounds.
And sometimes, the internet has an unusual way of expressing its love.
SEE ALSO: 10 things named after Sir David Attenborough
On Wednesday, a picture of David Attenborough lying next to the thigh bone of a Titanosaur — taken from the 2016 BBC documentary Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur — kicked off a Photoshop battle on Reddit.
Things started off dinosaur-themed...
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Great news, everyone: Donald Trump has installed a new red button in the White House. Oh, don't worry. It doesn't launch anything. It just signals White House staff to bring him a Coca-Cola.
And each time that happens, as Stephen Colbert notes, the Oval Office inches ever closer to becoming "an eight year old's drawing of a treehouse." Read more...
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Police gathered evidence from Fitbit, home alarm, Facebook, phone and credit cards to piece together timeline of events leading up to woman's death
Road cleaners in China are being measured by a new and unusual method.
City inspectors have started weighing dirt found on the street, in order to determine how good a job the cleaners are doing.
SEE ALSO: This city installed subway gates on the sidewalk to stop people jaywalking
The exercise started on Wednesday in Xi'an, the capital of the Shaanxi province. Inspectors draw out a random square meter on the street, and sweep up the dust within, placing it on a weighing scale.
Image: people's daily
Image: weiboStreets which exceed 5 grams of dust per square meter will count as a strike against its cleaner. Three strikes gets the cleaner fired, and their supervisors will face disciplinary action too, reported the state-run People's Daily. Read more...More about Cities, China, and World