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17 février

Scripting News

  • 02:38
    In this election there are two sides. One side believes in the rule of law, the other doesn't. Everything else, to be settled later, once the rule-of-law is re-established.
  • 02:33
    It's great that Bloomberg is spending huge money on good advertising that correctly positions the Dems vs Trump. But it's only half the job. The other half is organizing the electorate so we are always mobilized and ready for action My guess is they don't want to mobilize us because it isn't really about "us" -- it's about their power. An electorate that was organized could overthrow whoever it was that organized us. I don't blame them btw. I experienced this myself. In the early days of the net, I started an open mail list with my customers on it. So they could help each other, (...)

Techmeme

Engadget

16 février

Scripting News

  • 19:15
    The term No Breakage Club has four hits on Google before this piece was posted.
  • 19:13
    BTW, as I mention in the cast, the new Concord, the one I just released, includes the latest version of Font Awesome. Since they're now a member of No Breakage Club, he's a friend, and it's worth helping him get the very latest stuff out there.
  • 19:09
    I've been chatting about breakage with Dave Gandy, the founder of Font Awesome. I recorded a 15-minute voicemailcast to Dave, with a very small slice of my experience with breakage in tech. Dave is now a member of the No Breakage Club. Up until now I thought I was the only one. They learned the hard way by shipping a version of their product that basically broke everyone. It broke me. Squared the complexity of using FA, which ideally would require zero thought, it should "just work" as it did when I first adopted it in 2013. Now they're putting the pieces back together, and I'm guessing (...) -- DaveGandyVoicemail.m4a
  • 18:57
    Here's a screen shot of what my tab list looks like. This gives you an idea of what you can do.
  • 18:35
    A couple of LO2 user tips. 1. Keep your tab list neat. Close files. They're easy to re-open and 2. Change the title of files to make the tab display more esthetic and usable.

NYT > Circuits

MacRumors

  • 15:00
    With every new operating system update, there are complaints about battery life and rapid battery drain, and iOS 13 is no exception. Since iOS 13 was released, we've seen reports of issues with battery life, which have waxed and waned with various iOS 13 updates. iOS 13 battery life problems caused by bugs can't be helped until Apple provides updates to address the issues, but there are steps you can take to maximize your battery life and cut down on hidden sources that might be causing excess drainage. 1. Limit When and How Often Apps Access Your Location It's a good idea to check your (...) -- Apple, Rumors, Mac, iOS, iPhone, iPad

Techmeme

Boing Boing

Engadget

TechCrunch

Mashable !

  • 22:01
    An alleged copy of Tesla's self-titled "Anti-Handbook Handbook" for new employees leaked and, like Elon Musk himself, it's absolutely desperate to sound cooler than it actually is. Reading like the worst – or best? – of Musk's Twitter feed, the four-page document (published by Business Insider on Thursday) is ostensibly standard workplace culture policies, only those policies are described in overly familiar, self-aggrandizing, and unnecessarily aggro tones.  Tesla blows haha — Elon Musk (ⓐelonmusk) April 24, 2019 "We're Tesla. We're changing the world. We're willing to rethink (...) -- Tech, Twitter, Tesla, Culture, Elon Musk
  • 17:43
    YouTube megastar, Los Angeles neighborhood terrorizer, and definitely fake marriage haver Jake Paul has a new idea to better the lives of his Gen Z fans by teaching them how to be exactly like him.   Variety reports that Paul launched his new enterprise, the Financial Freedom Movement (FFM)  at a skate park on Saturday after tweeting his desire to educate the younger generation on how to become online entrepreneurs in the vein of Jake and his brother Logan.  our education system is worthless i'm fed up if I die i want to die having made a REAL difference on the world (...) -- Jake Paul, Culture, Web Culture
  • 16:00
    This year Mashable is celebrating the season of love with Horny on Main, an exploration of the many ways that thirsting for sex affects our lives. Millennials have been blamed for killing porn, but will they actually be the ones to save the industry in the end? “A few years ago,” says Alex Hawkins of the porn tube site xHamster, “there were predictions that [millennials] would be the death of the industry.” It is easy to scoff at such grim analyses, given the number of times millennials have been falsely blamed for killing off industries. But there was a compelling logic to the porn world's (...) -- Porn, Millennials, Horny On Main, Culture, Sex Relationships
  • 13:00
    Kidding is making a splash that should be a tsunami. The dark comedy — perhaps the pinnacle of dark comedies — from creator Dave Holstein premiered in 2018, starring Jim Carrey as a Mr. Rogers-esque children's TV host mourning the recent loss of his teenage son. "If you ask me in an elevator ‘What's the show about?' I really don't know how to answer that question," Holstein tells Mashable in a phone interview after Season 2's debut. "It's hard to explain, because the tone doesn't come across in a pitch about a guy who loses his son." That tone is everything from crushing loss to (...) -- Entertainment, Television, Showtime, Jim Carrey, Kidding
  • 11:00
    TL;DR: Become the next Jenna Marbles with The Videography Editing and Marketing Bundle for just $45, a 97% savings. Let Jeffree Star's expansive $14 million mansion or Jenna Marble's wax figure amongst other A-listers like Brad Pitt and Lady Gaga in Madame Tussauds serve as all the confirmation you need that being a YouTuber is actually a viable career these days. It's so lucrative, in fact, that creators have made a collective $7 billion, according to a recent study.  In essence, you don't need much to be a YouTuber (all you need is a camera and internet access). But to make a career (...) -- Madame Tussauds
  • 11:00
    Think the battle between Apple and Microsoft was long over? Think again. In a world where MacBooks prevail, the Microsoft Surface and Surface Books are vying for the top. Just go to your local cafe, and you'll immediately notice the prevalence of Microsoft's flagship tablets and laptops. It's really not that hard to see why. The Surface Books are known for their impressive performance and incredible versatility, making them perfect for students, creatives, and professionals alike. If you're thinking of making the switch or just want to pick up a new laptop, we have a sale on a slate of (...) -- Laptops, Microsoft Surface, Mashable Shopping, Tech, Consumer Tech
  • 11:00
    Regardless of how you feel about the current POTUS, or who you're supporting in the coming election, we can all agree on one thing: Presidents Day sales are great. Nothing screams America more than good ol' fashioned consumerism, after all. In honor of Presidents Day 2020, you can slash an extra 15% off these already-discounted home accessories when you enter the code PRESIDENT15 at checkout in the Mashable Shop. Under $100 iTouchless 16-Gallon Dual-Deodorizer Round Open-Top Trash Can This large 16-gallon stainless steel trash can features an open top for quick, on-the-go disposals, yet (...) -- Home, Mashable Shopping, Culture, Consumer Tech
  • 11:00
    TL;DR: Be able to create your own brand promotion with The 2020 Complete Digital Copywriting Master Class Bundle for $38.99, a 94% savings.  As a copywriter your job is simple: write in a way that's engaging and results in action, whether that's running out to the supermarket and buying a new product that just hit the shelves or donating to a worthy cause. As simple as that mission may sound, the work that goes into it is anything but. An ordinary tagline is preceded by hours of creative exploration, research on understanding the target audience, writing and re-writing, and proofreading (...) -- Online Learning, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Onlinelearning, Copywriting, Tech
  • 11:00
    Samsung Galaxy Z Flip The Good Clean, seamless design • Comfortable form factor • Quiet hinge • Versatile The Bad A little tough to flip open • Noticeable crease • Cover display is small The Bottom Line The Galaxy Z Flip is a versatile phone that makes it easy to capture and consume content. It just might be worth the high price. Before I dive into this, let's get one thing out of the way: Samsung only gave us 24 hours with the Galaxy Z Flip. Samsung didn't explain why we only got a day with it, when journalists usually get at least a week to fully review a phone. It could have something (...) -- Samsung, Foldable Phones, Motorola Razr, Galaxy Z Flip, Tech
  • 09:00
    TL;DR: A one-year subscription to Private Internet Access is on sale for £2.56 per month, saving you 67% on list price. We know you probably have better things to be doing with your weekend, but we reckon you can make a little time for a great deal, right? The internet is a dangerous place, and that's why it's so important to stay protected with a VPN. These services ensure that your data is encrypted and unreadable, and that your IP Address is hidden and your location is changed. Basically, a VPN gives you valuable peace of mind. SEE ALSO: 6 of the best VPNs for staying anonymous in (...) -- Data Protection, Pia, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, Uk Deals

Cool Tools

  • 17:00
    Sign up here to get Recomendo a week early in your inbox. Free guided breathing This free iOS app called Breathwrk makes it incredibly easy to start a consistent habit of daily breath exercises. I schedule to practice different methods of breathing for different times of the day. Like “Awake” to get energized at 7AM, and “Unwind” to reduce stress at 5PM. This is one of the few apps from which I enjoy receiving reminder notifications. What I appreciate the most about this app is that there are different sounds played for the duration of breathing in and exhaling, and this lets me just close my (...) -- Sign up here

Wired News : Top Stories

Mashable !

  • 19:20
    Herman the pigeon welcomed a canine newcomer at the animal sanctuary he calls home with more affection than many millennials get in a year, and the adorable pictures are proof that friendship has no species.  Herman and his chihuahua friend Lundy live at The Mia Foundation, an animal rescue in Rochester, New York that specializes in pets born with birth defects. Lundy came to The Mia Foundation in mid-January and can't use his back legs due to potential hydrocephalus. Herman has been at the foundation since Nov. 2018, and has been their resident bird ambassador ever since.  SEE ALSO: 20 (...) -- Cute Animals, Culture, Animals

hack a day

  • 19:00
    Launching model rockets is fun, but the real meat of the hobby lies in what you do next. Some choose to instrument their rockets or carry other advanced payloads. [seamster] likes to film his flights, and built a nosecone camera package to do so.  A GoPro is the camera of choice for [seamster]’s missions, with its action cam design making it easy to fire off with a single press of a button. To mount it on the rocket, the nosecone was designed in several sections. The top and bottom pieces are 3D printed, which are matched with a clear plastic cylinder cut from a soda bottle. Inside the (...) -- digital cameras hacks, GoPro, model rocket, model rocketry, rocket, tinkercad
  • 16:00
    [electronupdate] has done a lot of LED light bulb teardowns over the years, witnessing a drive towards ever-cheaper and ever-simpler implementations, and suspects that LED light bulb design has finally reached its ultimate goal. This teardown of a recent dollar store example shows that cost-cutting has managed to shave even more off what was already looking like a market saturated with bottom-dollar design. The electrical components inside this glowing model of cost-cutting consists of one PCB (previously-seen dollar store LED bulb examples had two), eleven LEDs, one bridge rectifier, (...) -- LED Hacks, Teardown, cost, decapping, led, LED bulbs, teardown
  • 13:00
    There are a variety of ways to enjoy your audio, of which headphones are one. Making a set of headphones is a straightforward enough project, but [madaeon] has taken the art to a new level by building the headphone drivers from scratch rather than using an off-the-shelf pair. The result is a set of moving coil drivers with a construction technique involving using the semi-opaque thin window from an envelope as a diaphragm and as a former for the coil. Cyanoacrylate adhesive holds everything in place. The diaphragm is suspended across the mouth of a cardboard tube with the coil positioned (...) -- home entertainment hacks, audio, headphone, moving coil
  • 10:00
    [ctstarkdesigns] had fond memories of collecting maple syrup as a child. At the same time, he also remembered the work involved: from lugging buckets around on an unstable snow mobile to accidentally burning the mixture and making all the effort for naught. So he set out to make things a little easier this time around by building his own evaporator. The build starts as many do, with a surplus 44-gallon drum. With an off-the-shelf kit, and some cutting and welding, it’s readily repurposed into a stove capable of burning wood in a roaring fire. From there, it’s a simple matter of making a (...) -- Misc Hacks, Tool Hacks, maple, maple syrup, stove

BetaNews.Com

  • 16:15
    Ever find yourself bored with the same ol' "mainstream" Linux-based operating system such as Ubuntu, Fedora, or Mint? Yeah, I get it. Sometimes you just want to dig a bit deeper and try out something a tad less known. It can be fun to distro-hop and try new things! One such excellent Linux distribution is MX Linux. It has become wildly popular in the Linux community lately, but is still largely off the radar of those that aren't "in the know." Today, a new version of the operating system, MX Linux 19.1, becomes available for download. The Debian-based distro uses… [Continue (...) -- [Continue Reading]
  • 14:44
    Users of the new Microsoft Edge web browser may soon be able to synchronize extensions and collections using the web browser's built-in sync functionality. Microsoft started the rollout of the feature in the latest Microsoft Edge Canary version, currently at version 82.0.425.0. While it is not available for all Canary users yet, it is expected that the number will increase in the coming weeks and that the options will be pushed to the Beta and Stable channels of Microsoft Edge eventually. The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge web browser launched officially on January 15, 2020 for Windows 7, (...) -- [Continue Reading]
  • 11:20
    Anyone using the Dev or Canary builds of Microsoft Edge gets to try out all of the latest features and improvements early, and Microsoft says that the latest builds boast huge speed improvements. The enhanced performance is significant. Microsoft claims improvements of up to 13 percent -- meaning that this is the sort of speed boost that should be noticeable in use, not just measurable in tests. See also: Microsoft releases Windows Terminal Preview v0.9 and it's feature-complete Microsoft pulls Windows 10 KB4524244 update after acknowledging numerous problems Microsoft uses Start menu ads (...) -- [Continue Reading]
  • 10:54
    Microsoft has released Windows Terminal Preview v0.9 with a glut of new features and options. The company says that this update is the last release that will include new features before v1 launches. In terms of what's new, there's a lot to explore. The latest version of Windows Terminal will now detect any version of PowerShell and automatically create a profile for you, and the wt execution alias now supports command line arguments. See also: Microsoft is giving Windows Terminal a retro look with CRT effects Microsoft pulls Windows 10 KB4524244 update after acknowledging numerous (...) -- [Continue Reading]
  • 10:07
    You're very likely still waiting for Android 11 to make its way to your handset, but Google is already working away on Android 11. The company accidentally (probably) published the Android 11 Developer Preview page online, leading to speculation that a developer build might be in the offing. But it seems that there is no cause to get excited just yet... See also: Google may have shared your videos with strangers Google is shutting down its App Maker tool Now you can get help from Google on Twitter As noticed by Android Police Google's Android Developer site was updated to… [Continue (...) -- [Continue Reading]

Scripting News

  • 15:39
    Yesterday I released a new version of Concord, the outliner core of LO2. This broke the then-current release, v1.8.6. After a report by Andy Sylvester, I quickly released v1.8.7, which works with the new Concord. The problem was that the name of the CSS file changed. The result is that the outlines looked pretty horrible. To get the latest version reload the page. If that doesn't get you 1.8.7, here are tips for getting the browser to do a full reload.

Techmeme

Seth’s Blog

  • 11:30
    When a pop band goes on the road to promote a hit record, they’re almost certainly re-singing a version of their work that matches what the fan expects to hear, not the daring, original work that they actually might feel like playing that night. And when, twenty years later, they go on a reunion tour, the same is true, but even more so. The band make-up has changed, their tastes have changed, and they’re an oldies act now. Playing covers of their own work. Every once in a while, Pablo Picasso painted a daring new work of art. But most of his 10,000 paintings rhymed with the ones he’d done (...) -- Uncategorized

Boing Boing

Engadget

Daring Fireball

  • 01:20
    Dieter Bohn, writing at The Verge: The camera is perfectly acceptable for a phone that costs around $500 in the year 2018. Unfortunately for Motorola, the Razr costs $1,500 and it is 2020 — a year in which you can buy a Pixel 3A for $399 (or less on discount) with a camera that absolutely smokes the Razr. It’s a 16-megapixel sensor, and I was able to get decent shots in bright light or simple conditions. But I’ve been able to say that about most smartphone cameras for years now. Introduce even a little complication, like movement, shadow, or low light, and the whole thing falls apart. I had (...)

hack a day

  • 07:00
    Git is a handy tool that many of us are using for more than just software development. Having a cloud-based upstream repository is also surprisingly useful, but until now using GitHub — the most common upstream server — meant firing up a web browser, at least for certain tasks. Now GitHub is releasing a beta version of command-line tools made to manipulate your GitHub repos. The tools are early release so they mostly focus on issues and pull requests. Of course, git itself will do the normal things like clone and checkout — you’ve always been able to do that on the command line. The example (...) -- Software Development, command line, Git, github
  • 04:00
    Most of us know that to get the best possible WiFi signal, you want there to be as few walls as possible between you and the Access Point. But that might soon change, as researchers at MIT have found a way to make surfaces increase signal strength. Called RFocus, the technique uses a wall panel covered in simple antennas to dynamically focus or reflect RF energy towards a intended receiver. The normal methods to increase wireless range usually involve increasing the transmitter output or adding larger, more efficient, or directional antennas to the receivers and transmitters. But these (...) -- Radio Hacks, 2.4ghz antenna, beamforming, directional antennas, mit, rf signal
  • 01:00
    Typically, when we think of a music sequencer, we envisage LEDs and boards covered in buttons. Of course, there are naturally other ways to build such a device. MesoTune takes a different tack entirely, relying on magnets and rotating mechanisms to get the job done. MesoTune acts as a MIDI controller, and is designed to be hooked up to a computer or other MIDI synthesizer device. The heart of MesoTune is a set of eight magnet wheels, rotating together on a common shaft. The rotational speed of the shaft, dictated by the requested tempo in beats per minute, is controlled by an Arduino. (...) -- Musical Hacks, magnet, magnets, midi controller, midi sequencer, sequencer

Engadget

Techmeme

Boing Boing

15 février

NYT > Circuits

Boing Boing

  • 01:11
    "Two men, one highly detailed resin fantasy village, and five days to paint it." If you're a fantasy tabletop gamer, you likely know about Tabletop World, two Croatian terrain makers whose resin-cast buildings are the gold standard in tabletop gaming. You may also know Goobertown Hobbies and Real Terrain Hobbies, two of the best painters and terrain crafters in the game. Tabletop World sent them $2500 worth of buildings, a small Medieval village, and the two crafters challenged each other to paint the town in just five days. Besides it being fun to watch these guys hang out and (...) -- Post, fantasy, medieval, miniatures, tabletop gaming

Techmeme

TechCrunch

Mashable !

  • 23:52
    Out of all the faces to put on Doc Brown and Marty McFly in Back to the Future, I never knew how bad I needed it to be Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Holland. This deepfake clip superimposes the faces of Downey Jr. and Holland over the original actors Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox, giving us an incredibly convincing glimpse at what it would be like if the Avengers themselves rebooted the 1985 classic Back to the Future. YouTuber EZRyderX47 did a very good job with this one. Given the two actors' history as Iron Man and Spider-Man, and the pseudo-father-son dynamic that happened in the (...) -- Movies, Back To The Future, Deepfakes, Entertainment, Movies Tv Shows
  • 22:19
    New iterations of the Tesla Model S and Model X are boasting some pretty impressive new travel ranges, Tesla revealed on Friday. The pages for the Model S and Model X claim that the Long Range Plus versions of these two electric vehicles can now hit ranges of 390 and 351 miles respectively, which is a healthy bump up from the previous estimated ranges of 373 and 328 miles. Tesla Model S estimated EPA range is now above 390 miles or ~630 km https://t.co/sNFzIkuJpC — Elon Musk (ⓐelonmusk) February 15, 2020 What changes were made that allow for the bump in ranges? Tesla doesn't specify, (...) -- Tesla, Tech, Elon Musk, Transportation
  • 21:21
    As the U.S. election season trudges forward, Facebook announced it will allow politicians and political groups to pay for sponsored content on the platform, Reuters reported Friday. This means that politicians can pay users, groups, or pages to post content in partnership with the politicians, which is a separate beast from standard advertising. The decision form Facebook comes after Mike Bloomberg, who is vying to be the Democratic candidate in 2020's presidential election, began a campaign of branded content on Instagram, paying popular accounts to promote his campaign. Content (...) -- Facebook, Tech, Big Tech Companies, Politics
  • 19:18
    After three months of digging, Elon Musk's Boring Company has completed its excavation of a transportation tunnel beneath the Las Vegas Convention Center, the company tweeted Friday. Breakthrough! https://t.co/vJ7Jmz2nNb — The Boring Company (ⓐboringcompany) February 14, 2020 The Boring Company retweeted a video from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority account that shows an excavator breaking through the ground at the end of tunnel, which will ferry people around the sprawling convention center. At the end of the project, the tunnel is supposed to transport up to 4,400 (...) -- Las Vegas, The Boring Company, Tech, Transportation, Elon Musk
  • 19:00
    This year Mashable is celebrating the season of love with Horny on Main, an exploration of the many ways that thirsting for sex affects our lives. Is there anything more delightfully horny than reality television?  I used to call reality TV my guilty pleasure, but I don't pretend that I'm ashamed anymore. I'm a proud defendant of overproduced, alcohol-drenched trash shows. They're loud, dramatic for no good reason, and rarely nofollow a cohesive storyline. Still, they're so much fun to watch. The most enjoyable part of the show is never the plot, but the sheer desire embedded in each and (...) -- Reality Tv, Rankings, Horny On Main, Culture, Movies Tv Shows
  • 17:32
    Just like that, rickrolling is an official piece of the Fortnite experience. There's a new emote in the Fortnite item shop called "Never Gonna." If the name wasn't enough of a giveaway, the $5 buy is indeed Rick Astley's dorky white dude dance from his seminal (for internet trolling, at least) 1987 hit single, "Never Gonna Give You Up." The British pop star even gave the emote his personal seal of approval in the only place that really matters, Twitter. (Sound up, folks. It's not a rickroll if you already know it's coming.) There is now a Never Gonna Give You Up Emote in Fortnite! Grab (...) -- Rick Astley, Rickrolling, Fortnite, Entertainment, Gaming
  • 16:41
    Popular messaging app ToTok has been pulled from the Google Play Store ... again. According to 9to5Google, Google removed the app as of Friday afternoon after reinstating it in January. ToTok originally launched in July and took off rather quickly in the Unite Arab Emirates. With messaging apps like WhatsApp and Skype being blocked in the Middle Eastern country, ToTok seemed like the next best option. Eventually, it even became popular around the world. But only a few months later it was removed from both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store. As 9to5Google notes, Play Store (...) -- United Arab Emirates, Messaging Apps, Surveillance Monitor, Totok, Tech
  • 13:00
    This year Mashable is celebrating the season of love with Horny on Main, an exploration of the many ways that thirsting for sex affects our lives.   If we hear the word "horny" one more time... We don't know about you, reader, but we get tired of saying the word horny. No, not tired of being horny. We're just tired of using the same term over and over again. There's gotta be more than just "horny." Luckily, there are at least 69 other ways to get the same message across. We compiled a list, including slang you may or may not have heard before, GIFs, emoji, and even a few options from (...) -- Slang, 69, Horny, Culture, Sex Relationships
  • 12:00
    In our Love App-tually series, Mashable shines a light into the foggy world of online dating. It is cuffing season after all. It's almost become unusual for people to not meet their partner online. That wasn't always the case.  Twenty-nine percent of heterosexual and 65 percent of same-sex couples meet online. Over 20 billion matches have been made since Tinder launched in 2012. But when Match.com, one of the first mainstream dating sites, was founded in 1993, it was taboo to talk about online dating. And that stigma, which we've since shorn as a dating public, lasted for years.  We (...) -- Relationships, Online Dating, Marriage, Marriages, Love App Tually
  • 11:31
    Warning: Contains spoilers for Bojack Horseman's final season. Bojack Horseman is a show that goes all in on the details. Each frame is packed full of so many tiny in-jokes and background puns that it feels like you could watch the entire series several times over, and still keep seeing things you missed. The Season 6 whiteboard sequence is the perfect example of this.  To recap, in Season 6, Episode 11, Diane, Todd, and Princess Carolyn attempt to work out why Bojack is being investigated by two reporters. Their method? Writing down every bad thing he's done on a huge whiteboard. (...) -- Bojack Horseman, Bojack Horseman Season 6, Entertainment, Movies Tv Shows
  • 11:00
    When it comes to keeping your information private on the web, you're going to need more than just a strong password (although it couldn't hurt). Whether you're at home, a coffee shop, the college library, or on an airplane, if you're using the internet, you should arm yourself with a VPN. Not only will a virtual private network shield your precious private information from hackers, trackers, and thieves online, but it can also help you download at full speed, bypass regional content blocks, and even save on things like airline tickets and hotels.  If you're still browsing without one, (...) -- Privacy, Cybersecurity, Vpn, Mashable Shopping, Tech
  • 11:00
    TL;DR: Finally get the comfort and sound you've been looking for with HyperSonic Lite True Wireless Earphones for just $50.99, a $29 savings.  Face it, earbuds aren't usually very comfortable. Take Apple's AirPods, for example. Ask basically anyone with a pair: they've got a lot going for them, but comfort is not one of those things. That doesn't have to be the case, though. These HyperSonic Lite True Wireless Earphones do things a bit differently. They combine the pillowy softness of over-ear headphones with the convenience of truly wireless earbuds for a supremely comfortable listening (...) -- Wireless Earbuds, Mashable Shopping, Tech, Consumer Tech
  • 11:00
    Sadly, it can't always be golf season. Even if you live in a place with the same climate year-round, Mother Nature likes to throw curveballs. So at some point, you'll be sitting (im)patiently indoors, awaiting another warm, sunny day. Rather than letting your time go to waste, you might as well work on improving your game. That way, you can take on the green with more confidence come spring. We've got a few different tools on sale for President's Day that will help you step up your golf game. Some will help you improve while you wait inside and others will help you show off in person (...) -- Golfing, Consumer Tech, Mashable Shopping, Cool Gadgets, Tech
  • 11:00
    With your busy lifestyle, we're sure it can be pretty challenging to cook a decent meal for yourself on the regular. But maybe the sole reason why it's hard to prep meals is that you lack the tools and devices to make good food in the first place. And it's time to change that. In honor of Presidents Day, below are 30 different kitchen tools and gadgets on sale, each designed to upgrade your kitchen (and your life). Use the code PRESIDENT15 at checkout to enjoy an extra 15% off coupon. Kitchen tools and utensils Sukasu Osami 3-Piece Chef's Knife Set Everyone knows that a quality knife (...) -- Home, Food Preparation, Kitchen, Mashable Shopping, Tech
  • 09:00
    TL;DR: A one-year subscription to ProtonVPN Plus is on sale for £6.65 per month, saving you 20% on list price. Your data and identity are precious things that deserve to be protected by the best security features money can buy. We're always looking for the best deal and the lowest rate, but effective security does not come cheap. ProtonVPN is not the cheapest service on the market, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't give it some careful consideration. The ProtonVPN Plus plan offers such a wide range of advanced security features that it might be worth spending a little extra. SEE ALSO: (...) -- Data Protection, Proton, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, Uk Deals








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