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Try and guess how long this man spent manually scrolling to the bottom of a 1.04 million row Excel spreadsheet

Microsoft Excel Challenge

For centuries, mankind has sought answers to some of the universe's most perplexing and troubling questions. While some of these questions stretch back thousands of years -- what is the meaning of life? -- the advent of the technological age has ushered in an endless stream of new and equally challenging questions.

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Yoni Heisler

January 11th

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Roland helps YouTubers get their audio right with Go:Mixer

file-jan-04-22-17-04 Your cell phone has an awesome camera on it, but if you’re doing streaming or YouTubing, you’re going to need to look elsewhere to make your audio mix come together. Musicians and podcast heroes rejoice: At $99, Roland’s Go:Mixer might just prove to be the silver bullet to make magic happen. Read More

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Haje Jan Kamps

January 5th

Gadgets

Christmas in 2016: Santa goes snowboarding behind a giant drone

Drone Flying Human

As drones have become more affordable and capable, people have come with all sorts of crazy drone-related contraptions. Whether it's someone attaching a machine gun to a drone or someone roasting a turkey with a flamethrower affixed to a drone, it seems that we can't even go a month without seeing someone try and put their own unique stamp on drone ownership.

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Yoni Heisler

December 21st

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Gadget Story Time with EPIKGO hoverboard

I have a love-hate relationship with hoverboards. They make me happy when I ride them but they suck to fall off of lol. The other day I saw a guy carrying his newborn baby while riding a hoverboard and I started having a minor anxiety attack. EPIKGO sent me their hoverboard to try out and they couldn’t have picked a more qualified and handsome person. At one point I had my own… Read More

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Khaled "Tito" Hamze

November 11th

Gadgets

Trying on Nike’s limited edition, self-lacing ‘Back to the Future’ shoes

nike-mags Nike announced earlier this week that it will be releasing a new edition of the Nike Mags, its self-lacing shoes inspired by Back to the Future — but only 89 pairs, which will be raffled off (tickets cost $10), with proceeds benefiting the Michael J. Fox Foundation‘s research on Parkinson’s disease. I got a chance to (briefly) try on a pair of Mags and discuss the… Read More

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Anthony Ha

October 6th

Gadgets

Camorama records 360-degree 4K video for your VR pleasure

screen-shot-2016-09-10-at-8-48-11-am While the Camorama promo video is a bit, shall we say, racy I think the product is pretty solid. It’s basically a 4K action cam that doubles as a 360-degree camera. This means you can record 360-degree videos for a mere $239 for early birds. Who would want such witchcraft? 360-degree video is pretty cool stuff and it could mean that we can expect more VR video on Youtube and other services. Read More

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John Biggs

September 10th

Gadgets

Video Shows Off the Relationship Between Dance and Architecture

The concept behind the short film “Fabricating Performance” by the Interactive Architecture Lab and the study that surrounds it concerns reciprocation in design.

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Carli Velocci

July 2nd

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iOS 10: A look at 30 additional new features [Video]

Last week we covered 75 new iOS 10 features, and this week we are showcasing an additional 30 new features to be found on the iOS 10 beta. more…


Filed under: iOS, iOS Devices Tagged: iOS 10, iOS 10 Beta 1, video, walkthrough, WWDC 2016

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Jeff Benjamin

June 21st

Apple

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The Dock in watchOS 3 breathes new life into the Apple Watch [Video]

The Dock in watchOS 3 is arguably the biggest new feature to hit the Apple Watch at WWDC 2016. It’s a feature that allows you to find and switch to your most used apps. It takes the best of the Glances model from previous versions of watchOS and merges it with an updated and actionable interface.

The Dock promotes using apps in a way that no such feature on the Apple Watch has until now. In my opinion, it breathes new life into the Apple Watch, providing practical functionality that was missing in previous iterations of watchOS. Have a look at our hands-on dive into the Dock as we explore this exciting new feature. more…


Filed under: Apple Watch Tagged: Apple watch, Apple Watch glances, background app refresh, beta, dock, Glances, how to, Side button, video, watchOS, watchOS 3, watchos 3 beta 1, WWDC 2016

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Jeff Benjamin

June 20th

Apple

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Mac

macOS Sierra beta lets Mac users rearrange third-party menu bar extras

It’s been a pain-point for some Mac users for a while now: the inability to rearrange third-party menu bar extras. Sure, it’s been possible to move around stock menu bar extras by simply holding the Command key while dragging the icon, but third-party icons are no longer off limits. more…


Filed under: How-To, Mac Tagged: Bartender, how to, MacOs, macOS Sierra, Menu Bar, Menu Bar apps, video

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Jeff Benjamin

June 18th

Apple

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