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The smallest home in Rome is 75 square feet; it packs a bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen into that small space but not much else. The architect doesn't live there full-time but rents it out. The post Claustrophobic? The tiniest home in Rome is only 75 square feet of space appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Acer has jumped the gun and given us a taste of what's in store this Black Friday on the computing deal front. Spoiler alert: hot gear, massive discounts. The post Acer’s Black Friday deals include a $150 Chromebook appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Beautiful wearables for women are on their way. Many startups have made attractive smart jewelry, and now major manufacturers are taking notice. The post Unisex doesn’t cut it: Tech world, we need attractive wearables for women appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The city of Chattanooga, Tennessee, started a competition in September to name its free public Wi-Fi network, and the results are in: With nearly half of the vote, “NoogaNet” is the winner, beating four other citizen-submitted names. The post NoogaNet is Chattanooga’s free public Wi-Fi network appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The Seatylock is, simply put, a bicycle saddle that can be detached and used as a lock in about 30 seconds. When it’s separated from the bike, the Seatylock extends to turn into a multi-jointed, one-meter (about 3.3 feet) long hardened steel bike lock. The post Seatylock is a bike lock you sit on – because it’s also a comfortable bicycle saddle appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Water Hero, a new device that's recently launched on Kickstarter, is designed to autonomously monitor and control your home's plumbing system to prevent pipe bursts. The post Cold weather got you worried about bursting pipes? Water Hero has your back appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Amazon Instant Video more than doubled its share of bandwidth traffic in North America in the past year and a half, making up ground at the heels of the streaming king, Netflix. The post Amazon makes up ground on Netflix streaming traffic ahead of its free video service appeared first on Digital Trends.

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These handy Nexus 9 tips and tricks will help you extract maximum flavor from your Lollipop tablet. Find out what the hardware and Google’s latest Android version are really capable of. The post Top 9 handy Nexus 9 tips and tricks appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Burned out on apps, keys and screens? Improve your analog life this weekend! Digital Trends’ brother site The Manual exists to give men straight-up advice, from unspoken suit rules you need to know, to the latest in fashion, food, drink, travel, grooming and culture. The post Flipping through The Manual: Life-saving backpacks, eggnog upgrades and more appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Google has made Chromebooks even more this attractive this holiday season by offering one terabyte of free Drive cloud storage. The plan last for two years, making it a $240 value. The post Google gets into the giving spirit, offers 1TB of Drive with every Chromebook appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Mercedes has unveiled an interior design for its upcoming autonomous mobility concept car. The self-driving vehicle is expected to be revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. The post That’s not an Oculus Rift, it’s the interior of Mercedes’ autonomous mobility concept car appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Google is running a small experiment to see if users are willing to pay a small monthly fee to stop seeing ads on the Web — and to stop Google tracking their online activities at the same time. The post Google Contributor lets you pay to remove ads from the Web appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop applies full disk encryption by default, which means that new devices like the Nexus 6 take a performance hit — AnandTech has the benchmarks that show just how bad it is. The post The Nexus 6’s new security feature is slowing it down appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The N1 Tablet marks Nokia's return to mobile hardware, just a short time after we thought it had left us forever. The Android-based, Z Launcher-equipped slate is great news for us today, and bodes very well for the future. Welcome back, Nokia. The post Nokia’s back with an Android tablet, and it’s free, single, and fabulous appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Big Amazon shopper? How do you like the idea of booking a hotel through the site, too? From the start of next year, you may be able to do just that, as the Web company is reportedly gearing up to launch a hotel reservation service called Amazon Travel. The post Amazon’s next venture? A hotel booking service, apparently…. appeared first on Digital Trends.

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You might want to think twice before plugging your e-cig into your laptop to charge it, particularly if it's a cheaper brand — reports say some devices have been found to be carrying malware. The post Malware-hosting e-cigs could be bad for your computer’s health appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The month-long blackout of several key channels from Turner ends, as several major channels including CNN, TNT, Turner Classic movies, and others return to Dish Network. The post CNN, TNT, and other Turner channels back from the dead for Dish subscribers appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Lost star Dominic Monaghan and X-Men: Days of Future Past actor Shawn Ashmore appear to be filming appearances in Quantum Break, if the screengrab of a now-deleted tweet is to be believed. The post Report: Lost and X-Men stars join the cast of Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Kia has revealed a one-off Sorento themed to promote the X-Men: Days of Future Past Blu-ray release. The mutant-inspired crossover wears Wolverine’s claws front and back, as well as a red and black color scheme. The post Nice face, bub. Kia’s ‘X-Men’ Sorento uses Wolverine’s claws as front-end decor appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The European Parliament is considering a draft motion that would split Google up into different companies. The rationale is that Google has become too large of a company. The post European Parliament wants to split up Google into multiple companies appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Whether you want to protect your LG G2, cover its screen, or more easily prop it up to watch Netflix, we've got you covered with our 10 favorite G2 cases currently available. The post Life’s Good with the G2, but it will be better with one of these 15 cases appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Chudy and Grase's Miito boils water without a tea kettle, so no water or energy is wasted. It uses an electromagnetic field to boil the amount of water you need for tea or any other use. The post Tea’d off: This device will change the way you boil water appeared first on Digital Trends.

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A new virtual realty app from Jaunt allows fans to view Paul McCartney perform live in virtual reality from multiple angles. The post Jump onstage with Paul McCartney with a new virtual reality app from Jaunt appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Rather than drawing power from a poorly camouflaged green wire, Aura's Christmas lights get their juice from a magnetic field that transfers energy to any receiver inside of it, so they're completely wireless and won't tangle. The post Tired of tangled Christmas lights? Nab yourself a set of wireless ones instead appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Nokia has launched Predictive Traffic, a feature soon to be integrated with its Here Maps navigation program, which will help plan the fastest and least congested route up to 12 hours in advance. The post Lost your crystal ball? Nokia’s Here Maps will predict when the traffic will be at its worst appeared first on Digital Trends.

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