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The future of Snapchat is in the dancing hot dog’s hands

Is Snapchat dying? You’d think so, given the tenor of recent reports about everything from its dipping stock price to its supposed non-essentiality with teenagers. But everyone giving up on Snapchat is missing something

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Magic Leap patent drawings offer peek at secretive AR startup’s glasses design

The latest twist in the hype-laden mystery around Magic Leap now includes a new set of patent drawings that offer a brand new look at what may be the company’s augmented reality

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The new iXpand Base takes the work out of backing up your phone

Everyone wants their iPhone backed up, but no one wants to take the time to actually do it. SanDisk’s iXpand Base tries to solve that problem by backing up your phone every time

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6 easy steps to becoming a social media maven

There was a time when a social media marketing department was considered a “nice to have” by big corporations. But in today’s world — where reputations are made on Instagram,

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Science has been so wrong about women, and it’s time to fix it

It’s easy to assume that just because something is scientific it’s true. That doesn’t account for the glut of conflicting findings both in academia and industry over the past century

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What iOS 11 could look like on this year’s radically redesigned iPhone 8

This year’s new redesigned iPhone is all but confirmed thanks to months worth of leaks and Apple’s own slip-up with the HomePod firmware that keeps revealing more and more. So we’re pretty sure what

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Listen to music or take a call in the shower with this Bluetooth speaker

Don’t let the shower stop you from listening to your favorite playlists. The Bidet4me Music Showerhead combines Bluetooth connectivity and water-saving technology. The high-resolution audio includes background noise cancellation, so you can

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Report: Apple won’t announce a streaming TV service at WWDC

Don’t cancel your cable subscription just yet. Apple’s subscription TV service won’t be announced at WWDC, Re/code is reporting. According to unnamed sources, the official announcement of the highly anticipated new add-on to Apple TV has been

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Wearable, low-cost sensor to measure skin hydration

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a wearable, wireless sensor that can monitor a person’s skin hydration to detect dehydration before it poses a health problem. The device

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Gene therapy restores hearing in deaf mice, down to a whisper

In the summer of 2015, a team at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School reported restoring rudimentary hearing in genetically deaf mice using gene therapy. Now the Boston Children’s