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Anker’s reader-favorite PowerCore battery packs run the gamut from tiny tubes that fit into your pocket to massive blocks of energy that can power your devices for days at a time. Today’s exclusive deal focuses very clearly on the latter.Read more...

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Welcome to Gateways To Drinkery, where The A.V. Club offers an entry-level course on our favorite libations, and some suggestions on where to start drinking them. Read more...

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Apple just unleashed 2 hours of hype, bringing media and fans to its new Cupertino headquarters to unveil its latest lineup of gadgets and software. There’s a lot of information to sift through, and most of it isn’t really all that exciting. Read more...

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The iPhone X’s full-screen display may be the first thing you notice about the new device, but Apple’s upgraded front-facing camera deserves your attention, too. Maybe even more so.Read more...

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Adequate Man In Defense Of Big Shitty Weddings  | Jezebel Russell Brand Wants to Reconcile With Ex-Wife Katy Perry Nearly Six Years After Dumping Her Via Text | Splinter Who Liked the Porn Tweet? An Investigation | The Root The White People Are Coming! 6 Signs Your Neighborhood Is Being Gentrified |Read more...

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It’s September, and that can only mean one thing: Apple just announced some new iPhones. This year, the company unveiled the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which launch later this month, alongside an overhauled iPhone X set to arrive in late October. Read more...

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You’ve got problems, I’ve got advice. This advice isn’t sugar-coated—in fact, it’s sugar-free, and may even be a little bitter. Welcome to Tough Love.Read more...

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By now your regular workouts are as second nature as breathing or wearing pants before you leave the house, but now something — an extended family vacation or an injury perhaps — has ripped away your routine from you. Not working out for a day already makes you antsy. Not working out for a week or more? Oh, no, panic!Read more...

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For decades, photo and video equipment was designed and tested with only white subjects in mind. Lighting darker skin tones takes a different approach than lighting pale ones. Ava Berkofsky, director of photography on HBO’s Insecure, tells Mic how her team beautifully lights the show’s black actors, and Mic reporter…Read more...

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I am a very big fan of Lunchables, both as a product and a concept. The no-cook, assemble-and-eat boxes of food are convenient, customizable, and fun for all, including actual school children and those who are just children at heart.Read more...

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It’s official, Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone is finally here and it’s called the iPhone X. Apple seems to be pulling out the big guns for this on, calling it the future of smartphones and even if you just go by looks alone, the iPhone X is taking Apple’s handsets to a whole new level. Its bezels have basically have…Read more...

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Ten years after Steve Jobs announced the original iPhone, today Tim Cook revealed the latest major revision of Apple’s smartphone. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus have a lot in common with the iPhone 7, but a new processor, improved camera, wireless charging, and the iPad Pros’s True Tone display might be compelling reasons…Read more...

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Microsoft’s experimental projects division has released a toolbar utility for Mac-based Office 365 users that lets you access your OneDrive files, make video calls, and see your next appointments.Read more...

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iOS/Android: Headspace, the meditation app, now has adjustable-length daily meditations that each are available for 24 hours and then they’re gone. They’re great if you’ve run out of standard meditations that interest you, or just want a change of pace. Free users get three free ones; paid users can listen every day. Read more...

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There are benefits to using your credit card over a debit card, but budgeting with a credit card can be trouble. One splurge or miscalculation and you could end up revolving your debt—not a smart move. Debitize, available for Web/ioS, lets you earn rewards without that risk.Read more...

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Last week, I saw another furniture recall: Ameriwood Home recalled 1.6 million dressers after a four-year-old child was injured in an accident involving a tippy dresser. Last year, Ikea recalled 29 million dressers after at least six children were killed by dressers that fell over. If you own one of the Ameriwood…Read more...

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The only thing sadder than opening your lunchbox to find a soggy sandwich is opening your kid’s lunchbox at the end of the day to find a completely untouched one. Thankfully, you can prevent soggy, disappointing lunchbox sandwiches by making them with frozen bread.Read more...

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Twitter is reportedly testing a feature on its Android app that would automatically reformat large blocks of text into long self-reply threads, or tweetstorms. This would ruin Twitter, which has already been ruined multiple times by new features.Read more...

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Packing school lunches every day can get a little tedious, and the results can be a little monotonous. (Sorry, my dear child, who has eaten leftover spaghetti and peas for the past five days.) One way to spread out the labor and make things more interesting for your kid’s palate is to start a lunch-packing club with…Read more...

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Let’s put an air-tight lid on the food storage container debate. For such a simple thing, food storage containers come in literally thousands of different makes and models, each with their own unique traits.Read more...

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Helping with homework is part of everyday life once your kid hits school age. For the first couple years it isn’t hard stuff, but you know that one day your kid will have an assignment that stumps them and you. Luckily, you have other options besides furtively googling the answer while your kid isn’t looking.Read more...

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Cuisinart Cookware, 4k Roku TV, and wireless headphones kick off Tuesday’s top deals.Read more...

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Social media is a firehose of bullshit, because it’s a firehose of everything. Essential oils cure all diseases! Sharks are swimming on Houston’s freeways! Okay, not really. Here’s why we see so much garbage on social media and what to do about it.Read more...

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Have you ever noticed a moment of breathlessness as you wait for Twitter to load, your email to refresh, or your Bluetooth device to connect? Your muscles seizing up as you wait for your technology to work? Annoyance at your phone your phone temporarily turning into the damn DMV for a whole six seconds?Read more...

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It’s iPhone Day, so get your wallets ready! Apple’s set to announce a trio of new iPhones, one of which, the high-end iPhone X, is rumored to cost a cool thousand dollars. There are also well-substantiated rumors of a new LTE-equipped Apple Watch. Of course, if you’re not at the event being held in the brand new Steve…Read more...

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