Why You Shouldn’t Upgrade To The iPhone 7 From The 6s

Why You Shouldn’t Upgrade To The iPhone 7 From The 6s

I bought the iPhone 6s Plus when it came out in September 2015 for $800-plus (with taxes), and I couldn’t be happier that I saved $800-plus in 2016 and 2017 by not upgrading to the iPhone 7 Plus. Here’s why. 00

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Car Tent

Car Tent

This tent unfolds with the push of a button to keep your car cool and protected. It also doubles as a beach or camping tent, and includes USB charging. 00

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Pakistan’s First Ever Electric Car

Pakistan’s First Ever Electric Car

KARACHI: Pakistan could soon see electric cars plying on its roads as the maker of Super Power motorcycles displayed two variants it intends to start selling within the next three months. 00

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Lucid Air Is A Futuristic Electric Car Created By Former Tesla Execs

Lucid Air Is A Futuristic Electric Car Created By Former Tesla Execs

We took a ride in the Lucid Air from electric-car startup Lucid Motors. It was developed by former Tesla executives, including Peter Rawlinson, the chief engineer behind the Tesla Model S and now the CTO of Lucid Motors. 00

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How To Use Your iPhone As A Wifi Hotspot

How To Use Your iPhone As A Wifi Hotspot

If your home internet ever goes down, or you’re traveling and need a connection for your laptop, don’t worry — your iPhone can share its connection with your devices. Here’s how. 00

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Samsung Frame TV

Samsung Frame TV

Samsung and design studio Fuseproject created “The Frame,” a TV that shows artwork when it is off. It has a 4K UHD screen and adjusts to ambient light. 00

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This Soft Octopus Robot Could Change The Robotics Industry

This Soft Octopus Robot Could Change The Robotics Industry

A team of scientists and engineers at Harvard University have built the first entirely soft, autonomous robot. The aptly named Octobot was built using 3D printing, molding, and soft lithography techniques. Octobot doesn’t have motors or batteries, instead it moves using a series of pneumatic tubes, in combination with gas...

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Alcohol Flush Reaction

Alcohol Flush Reaction

Some people’s faces tend to turn extremely red when drinking alcohol, and it is not a good sign. Those who do turn red after drinking alcohol have a condition called “alcohol flush reaction.” They’re literally poisoning their bodies whenever they drink. 00

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A Mathematician Explains Infinity

A Mathematician Explains Infinity

Infinity is an elusive concept that can often be difficult to comprehend. In order to better define what infinity actually is, we brought in Eugenia Cheng, a mathematician and the author of “Beyond Infinity.” 00

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Google And Levi’s Are Making A Smart Jacket

Google And Levi’s Are Making A Smart Jacket

Google and Levi’s teamed up to create a smart jacket. You can control your phone’s maps, music, and calls with a swipe of the sleeve. 00

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Robotic Bricklayer

Robotic Bricklayer

SAM stands for semi-automated mason. SAM can lay 800 to 1,200 bricks a day — compared to a human’s 300 to 500. 00

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This Robot Suitcase Will Follow You Around

This Robot Suitcase Will Follow You Around

The Travelmate connects to your smartphone to follow you wherever you travel. It’s an essential item to have while running through the airport. 00

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5 Self Defense Items You Should Carry

5 Self Defense Items You Should Carry

Gabrielle Rubin is the founder of femaleawareness.com and a renowned expert in self defense. Here, she describes 5 different self-defense aids you can attach to your keychain to better protect yourself in the event of a confrontation. She recommends you find which of these are right for you. 00

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Smart Tiny Home

Smart Tiny Home

Small Home Smart Home packs a luxury penthouse into an impossible 300 feet. With elevated platforms, it’s even cat-friendly. 00

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Portable Pizza Oven

Portable Pizza Oven

The Uuni 3 is a wood-fired oven that can cook meat, seafood, vegetables, and pizzas anywhere. The oven can reach up to 932°F in 10 minutes. 00

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The Best And Worst Sugars

The Best And Worst Sugars

Which is better for you: soda or milk? You might be able to guess the answer, but do you know why? Milk and soda are made up of different kinds of sugar. Robert Lustig, who is a professor of pediatric endocrinology at the University of California at San Francisco, explains...

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This Jacket Can Repair Itself

This Jacket Can Repair Itself

If you’re like me and spend a lot of time outdoors, your clothes end up bearing the brunt of your travels. During walks through the woods, jackets tend to get caught on tree branches, leaving little holes all over your clothes. The new Nano Cure Tech clothing line from Imperial...

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Robotic Birds

Robotic Birds

Clear Flight Solutions makes remote-controlled bird drones to help bird control of nuisance birds and to help research the environment. 00

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Food Turned Into Pearls

Food Turned Into Pearls

Spherification has been around since the 1950s, but now it’s popular in molecular gastronomy. It takes precision, so it may not be for everyone. 00

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Flying A Plane On All 8 Planets

Flying A Plane On All 8 Planets

In the book “What if?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions” by Randall Munroe, it is possible to picture some unpractical scenarios by using science. According to the book, we are able to understand what would happen to an ordinary airplane flying across the Solar System. 00

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Jins Computer Glasses Reviews

Jins Computer Glasses Reviews

I wear these computer glasses every day even though I have perfect vision — here’s why. 00

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This Robotic Whiteboard Uses An Actual Pen To Draw Your Messages

This Robotic Whiteboard Uses An Actual Pen To Draw Your Messages

Users can choose pre-uploaded art to have Joto draw, and friends can draw messages on each other’s walls, literally. It can connect with Amazon Echo, Slack, and Twitter. 00

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Land Rover​ Created A Crazy Rescue Vehicle

Land Rover​ Created A Crazy Rescue Vehicle

Project Hero was created by Land Rover for the Austrian Red Cross. A drone is hidden in the car roof and will be used for search and rescue operations. 00

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How To Help Your Overweight Dog?

How To Help Your Overweight Dog?

Is your dog overweight? Well consider this: You might be rewarding your dog the wrong way. Many American dogs are overweight for the same reason that American humans are overweight. 00

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The Evolution Of Soda Bottles

The Evolution Of Soda Bottles

Consumers are continually demand bigger and bigger portion sizes, and nothing shows that more than how soda sizes have increased since World War II. Sugar expert and author of “The Hacking of the American Mind,” and “Fat Chance,” Robert Lustig explains what that means for consumers and your waistline. 00

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Why NASA Is Crashing Planes?

Why NASA Is Crashing Planes?

The Langley Research Center is dropping cross-sections of airplane fuselages weighted down with luggage and passenger dummies. NASA is testing structural integrity. 00

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This Car Will Lift You Right Out Of Traffic

This Car Will Lift You Right Out Of Traffic

Verizon modified an SUV to get way taller. The “Hum Rider” has hydraulic lifts in the wheels. Too bad it’s just a PR stunt. 00

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Why Goats Have Weird Eyes?

Why Goats Have Weird Eyes?

Just admit it, goat eyes look weird! It’s the pupils, mostly, but goats can also do things with their eyes that humans just can’t. A study out of the University of California, Berkeley looked at a plethora of different animal eyeballs and discovered a fascinating trend. 00

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Workout That Burns Most Calories

Workout That Burns Most Calories

Sometimes there isn’t enough time in the day for a full workout. If you don’t have much time to hit the gym after work, try one of these workouts that are guaranteed to burn a ton of calories. 00

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iMac Aquarium

iMac Aquarium

Jake Harms takes old iMacs and turns them into fishtanks. He guts each iMac and properly recycles the hardware. They’re available in classic colors. 00

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Venus Flytrap Anemone

Venus Flytrap Anemone

The Venus Flytrap Anemone has venomous stinging cells in its tentacles to paralyze its prey. It can uproot itself and float to a better location. 00

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An Addiction Specialist Reveals What Happens To Your Brain On Ecstasy

An Addiction Specialist Reveals What Happens To Your Brain On Ecstasy

Ecstasy, also known as Molly or MDMA, is a popular illegal drug in the dance party scene. However, in recent months the FDA has approved its usage in clinical trials to treat PTSD. According to the National Institute of Drug Use “It is chemically similar to both stimulants and hallucinogens,...

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What It’s Like To Wear $900 High Heels Designed By A Former SpaceX Exec

What It’s Like To Wear $900 High Heels Designed By A Former SpaceX Exec

Dolly Singh, a former SpaceX recruiter, has brought a group of engineers, astronauts and fashion specialists together to reinvent the high heel. Using specialized technology, the Olympus One heels by a company called Thesis Couture help balance your weight across the entire shoe so you aren’t crushing your toes when...

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Tri-Folding Trailer Truck

Tri-Folding Trailer Truck

The Tri-Folding trailer goes from compact to flat. They’re made by Kennedy Trailers in Australia. It makes driving on winding roads easier and lets rear tires last longer. 00

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Handsfree Crutch

Handsfree Crutch

Students at Purdue University invented “The Clutch Crutch,” a hands-free alternative to crutches. 00

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Abandoned Golf Course

Abandoned Golf Course

Once a community staple in suburbs across America, the golf course is now a slowly dying breed. Over 800 golf courses have shuttered across the US in the past decade, and data from the Sports & Fitness Industry Association has shown that millennials between the ages of 18 to 30...

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You’re Probably Running All Wrong

You’re Probably Running All Wrong

Researches reveal the best ways to run without generating long-term injury. 00

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Security Driod

Security Driod

Cobalt Robotics has introduced security robots that are just as intelligent as a self-driving car. It is being tested in Silicon Valley. 00

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This Monster Machine Is The Ultimate Carrot Harvester

This Monster Machine Is The Ultimate Carrot Harvester

The Dewulf carrot toplifter harvester pulls carrots from the ground. It can harvest four rows of crops at a time. 00

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A Navy Seal Explains How You Can Escape A Carjacking

A Navy Seal Explains How You Can Escape A Carjacking

Former Navy SEAL Clint Emerson, author of 100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative’s Guide to Eluding Pursuers, Evading Capture, and Surviving Any Dangerous Situation, explains how to escape if you’re being carjacked. 00

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Here’s How Hackers Can Get Around 2-Factors Authentication

Here’s How Hackers Can Get Around 2-Factors Authentication

One of the best ways to safeguard your accounts is by using something called two-factor authentication. But even that is not perfect. Kevin Mitnick, hacker and author of the book “The Art of Invisibility,” explains how someone might use social engineering to get your security code and gain access to...

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This Cassette Tape Can Now Be Your Coffee Table

This Cassette Tape Can Now Be Your Coffee Table

This cassette tape coffee table has a hidden storage drawer, built-in cup holders, and a white board. 00

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Audi USA​’s Innovative Tail Lights Are Mesmerizing

Audi USA​’s Innovative Tail Lights Are Mesmerizing

Audi’s new Swarm tail light concept is a continuous OLED screen. 00

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London Is Testing Out Self-Driving Shuttles

London Is Testing Out Self-Driving Shuttles

Members of the public are being given the opportunity to test a driverless vehicle for the first time. 00

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Sugar Is Causing Deceases In Children

Sugar Is Causing Deceases In Children

Eating too much sugar isn’t just a problem for our waistlines. It’s making us sick — very sick. Here, Robert Lustig, who is a professor of pediatric endocrinology at the University of California at San Francisco, explains just how much our health has taken a turn for the worse since...

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This Drone Is Basically Indestructible

This Drone Is Basically Indestructible

Researchers were inspired by wasp wings which have special joints that can be both rigid and soft. 00

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Here’s What Caffeine Does To Your Body And Brain

Here’s What Caffeine Does To Your Body And Brain

Caffeine is the most commonly used pyschoactive drug in the world. It’s known for that pick-me-up it gives. However, it has several other effects on the human body. 00

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A Nuclear Missile Exploded In 1960 At This Abandoned NJ Military Base

A Nuclear Missile Exploded In 1960 At This Abandoned NJ Military Base

At the height of the Cold War, the United States was deploying nuclear weapons all around the country, ready to launch at a moment’s notice. While the missiles were never used to strike a foreign target, one did explode in its New Jersey shelter. 00

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Automated 3D Printing Factory

Automated 3D Printing Factory

Voodoo Manufacturing uses a fleet of 3D-printers that humans used to have to run. Using a robotic arm, they’re created an automated 3D-printing factory. 00

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Zooniverse Citizen Science Project Might Have Found Planet Nine

Zooniverse Citizen Science Project Might Have Found Planet Nine

60,000 people recently got together to make history. Their goal? Observe planet nine for the first time. Planet Nine is a theoretical planet that is thought to exist beyond Pluto, but no one has seen it yet. 00

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