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New headphones stimulate brain to release pleasure hormone

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What if the next generation Samsung battery fully charge in 12 minutes?

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These may be the first images of the Galaxy S9

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If you’re stuck inside and your kids are climbing the walls, but you aren’t yet ready to let them watch Netflix from dawn to dusk, well, I don’t blame you. Here are some games that are sometimes called “edutaining.” Think of them as fun games that also teach something, but in a way your kids …

So you’re stuck at home. Let’s assume, for a brief moment of Best Case Scenario, that’s the worst of your problems—that you’re otherwise healthy, just in self-imposed isolation for the foreseeable future while the world tries to stop the spread of Covid-19. You or your family are somehow holding it together; occasionally you have a …

Published on March 30th, 2020 On a budget and looking for the best bang for your buck when it comes to smartphones? Fret not, as in this article, we’ve listed down the most affordable smartphones you can buy today. From iOS (yes, Apple) to the numerous Android options, here are the best budget smartphones: 1. …

As a new parent, one of the first things you learn is that taking care of a baby is really, really hard. In normal times, my husband and I lean heavily on an extended network of caregivers—grandparents, friends, babysitters, and daycare—for help with the monumental, sometimes mind-numbing task of caring for young children. But these …

I struggled to write about this new iPad. It’s not because it isn’t a good iPad. Technologically, it’s the best iPad you can buy. It’s an iPad Pro, one with a brilliant display, a superfast chip, and cameras that are improved from the last iPad. The new iPad even has a lidar scanner—remote sensing technology …

Published on March 28th, 2020 Google Chrome seems to be one of the most favored browsers that people use. The ease of navigating and syncing makes it an absolute delight to browse your internet needs on. However, not many people are aware of the shortcuts like how to open link in new tab shortcut. Here …

Every year, Samsung stuffs more and more tech into its phones—this year it’s touting 8K video recording, 5G, and 100X digital zoom on the Galaxy S20 range. But the added features give those phones staggeringly high price tags. The Galaxy S20 starts at an eyebrow-raising $1,000, and it is the most affordable phone of the …

But it’s even more appropriate when you leave your apartment and step out into the world, which introduces complications like walking around. “This isn’t your run-of-the-mill ‘stand still and point your phone at something’ AR experience,” says Jessica Brillhart, director of the Mixed Reality Lab at the University of Southern California’s Institute for Creative Technologies. …

There’s something deeply unsettling about stepping out of the home-from-work boredom of self-isolation into the tense, ambient panic of grocery shopping during a pandemic. Normal is a double-sided coin now. At home things feel hyperreal, and outside they feel entirely surreal—two steps removed from the flashback scenes in a postapocalyptic movie. You may feel a …

When such an object exists, it’s difficult for me to consider spending a similar amount of money on a smartwatch. They may be more utilitarian, but they feel ephemeral. These devices typically use lithium-ion batteries, which quickly degrade over just a few years. You can usually reach out to the manufacturer and have the battery …