Tag Archive: Great


A great mountain bike helmet gets even better for your brainpan

Lust List: Forefront bike helmet with MIPS by Smith Optics There’s MIPS in that there Forefront. Smith Optics’ Forefront mountain bike helmet has been around for a bit and has gotten excellent reviews from both the media and the man on the trail. Now Smith has added the latest buzzword in safety — MIPS, or […]

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Some great ways to keep your cords in one place and in one piece [Deals]

The more time goes by, the more cables we get for new devices or to replace broken ones, and the messier our desks get. We’ve gathered some of the best solutions for keeping your wired things well under control and in working order, like the MOS Cable Organizer. It’s a magnetic hub for keeping your […]

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Some great ways to keep your cords in one place and in one piece [Deals]

The more time goes by, the more cables we get for new devices or to replace broken ones, and the messier our desks get. We’ve gathered some of the best solutions for keeping your wired things well under control and in working order, like the MOS Cable Organizer. It’s a magnetic hub for keeping your […]

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It’s great to work ergonomically, but what about sleeping ergonomically?

This post is brought to you by Hulltex, maker of the Hullo Buckwheat Pillow. If you’re one of the millions of people sitting at a computer for eight hours a day, keeping proper posture is a constant concern. You buy all kinds of stopgaps — yoga ball chair, curved keyboard, ergonomic mouse — but how […]

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Live Photos are great — just not for 16GB iPhones

When Phil Schiller introduced the iPhone 6s’ new Live Photos, he noted that Apple had implemented it, “in a space-efficient way, so they don’t take up much more room.” In fact, according to a new report, Live Photos take up around 2x the space of a regular still photo. That’s still an impressive bit of […]

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A great reason not to jailbreak your iPhone

If you enjoy customizing your iPhone, jailbreaking can be a positive thing — although that doesn’t mean it comes without risks. According to a new report, around 225,000 Apple accounts have been stolen by malware on jailbroken iPhones, in what is claimed to be “one of the largest known thefts of its kind.” In some cases, this […][Read More…]

Save up to 60% on 5 great ways to satisfy the jones for drones [Deals]

It’s fine to admit it: you get a little jealous every time you see someone playing with a drone. Why not join the fun with a little drone of your own? We’ve found five deals on compact, fully-equipped and affordable drones to get you flying, filming, and having fun in no time and for next […][Read More…]

Official Steve Jobs movie poster is insanely great

After years of speculation, we’ve finally got the official movie poster for the forthcoming Steve Jobs biopic — and, man, does it ever look great! Keeping to the same minimalist style as the Walter Isaacson book jacket it’s based on, the poster shows Michael Fassbender striking a typically Jobsian pose, complete with plenty of white […][Read More…]

Why leave? Apple Music is great right now

What the hell, internet? Apple Music, for all its growing pains and glitches, is a fantastic music streaming service. It’s free unlimited music now, cheaper unlimited music later, and Apple Music is undoubtedly going to get better, especially if you’re already tied into Apple’s ecosystem. If you take off before the trial period ends, you’re […][Read More…]

Chinese devaluation is terrible for Apple, great for its suppliers

China’s surprise devaluation of the yuan is likely to have a massive impact on Apple and its suppliers. China devalued its currency in an attempt to boost a flagging economy — resulting in the country’s biggest one-day loss in 20 years. And while some will be celebrating, others (likely including Tim Cook) can’t be too happy about […][Read More…]