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How to Style Jogger Pants Beyond the Typical Airport Outfit

Joggers are here to stay, at least for Winter. As much as we would like to give up this lazy-girl staple, it's January and it's cold, making joggers an easy outfit pick

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Nest co-founder Matt Rogers is leaving Google

It's been a little more than four years since Google acquired Nest for $3.2 billion, and now both co-founders have left the company. Former CEO Tony Fadell departed in 2016 to be replaced by former cable exec Marwan Fawaz, followed today by co-founde...

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The best robot vacuums

By Liam McCabe This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter, where you can find reviews for the real world. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work....

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Samsung Experience 9.0 detailed: Dual Messenger, Color Lens, better search and more

The Galaxy S8 Android Oreo beta program wrapped up last month, and now we’re getting a look at some of the features arriving in Samsung Experience 9.0. Per infographics from Samsung, Galaxy owners can expect a customizable keyboard toolbar, high-contrast keyboard options and other new accessibility-based features, better search results, Dual Messenger, and more.

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Airbnb cuts half of San Francisco listings as new laws kick in

San Francisco's strict short-term home rental laws just kicked in on Wednesday, and are already having a big effect on SF-based Airbnb. Listing plunged from over 10,000 to around 5,500, dropping around 4,760 listings, the site told the San Francisco...

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The best freezer

By Tyler Wells Lynch This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter, reviews for the real world. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work.

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Tetra countertop dishwasher doubles as a seafood cooker

Many homes contain only two people, making the typical dishwasher you find at appliance stores unnecessarily large.

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iPhone slowing prompts Senator Thune to question Apple’s decision

Senator John Thune, the US Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee’s chairman, has fired off a round of questioning to Apple over its decision to slow older iPhones, according to a leaked document. The issue revolves around Apple’s confirmation that it slows older iPhones that have aging lithium-ion batteries, which experience a drop in peak voltage. Apple’s good reason for … Continue reading

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Google Assistant displays, Android Auto, speakers headline CES 2018

CES isn’t usually Google’s time to grab the spotlight but this year, it’s making its presence felt in a rather new way. No, there’s no new Google product or device being announced. Instead, there are dozens of new ones

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MyLiFi lamp delivers secure internet via LEDs

MyLiFi is a lamp that provides a secure, wireless, radiowave-free internet connection to nearby devices, all through the data-transferring power of LEDs. It's a simplistic, industrial-style desk lamp that beams broadband to a dongle, which users conn...

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