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Google Introduces Bubble Zoom, the Coolest Way to Read Comics in Play Books

Android: Google Play Books is already our favorite ereader , but it’s quickly becoming our favorite comic book reader as well. Google has just announced a new feature that highlights text bubbles as you read comics in Play Books. Read more...

Everything You Need to Know About the Final Day at the RNC

Last night was the final day of the Republican National Convention. Trump accepted the nomination for president and now the race to the White House begins. Here’s everything you need to know about last night’s events. Read more...

What Is Whole-Body Cryotherapy, and Why Is the FDA Warning People About It?

Put simply, cryotherapy is the process of using cold temperatures for medicinal purposes, usually to treat pain. In recent years, it’s become a popular in spas and sports centers to soothe aching muscles, improve arthritic symptoms, “slow aging,” and even help you lose weight. Show More Summary

The Pokémon Go Playlist

You’re finally getting out of your house to catch Pokémon, but do you have some sweet tunes to jam out to on the road? Well, now you do. And they’re all packed with just as much Pokénostalgia as the game itself. Read more...

Three Tips to Help You Cut Down On Magazine Clutter

If you still enjoy reading non-digital magazines, you probably know they can become a clutter nuisance if left unattended. The beautiful photos, glossy pages, and book-like form makes it easier to get attached to them. These tips will help you prune your collection, while saving the stuff you love. Read more...

Remains of the Day: Swiftmoji Suggests Emoji Based on What You're Typing

SwiftKey has a new predictive emoji keyboard for iOS and Android called Swiftmoji. The app offers you emoji you might like to use based on what you’re typing. Nothing but smiles and hearts in my texts, of course. Read more...

Tinder's New Social Feature Makes Organizing Group Dates Simple

Having a night out with your friends? Tinder’s new feature, Tinder Social, makes it easy to connect with other groups and paint the town red together. Read more...

PokéVision Shows You the Real-Time Locations of Pokémon In Pokémon Go

If you’re having a tough time finding certain pokémon in Pokémon Go, PokéVision uses Niantic’s API to show you their actual locations, and how long they’ll be there. Read more...

What I'd Do Differently in My Career If I Graduated From College Today

This past May, a person that I have a lot of respect for graduated from college. A few days after he graduated, he asked me a very simple question: If you were in my shoes and graduating from college all over again, what would you do differently? Read more...

Turn an Old Cell Phone Into a Smartwatch with an Arduino

Have an ancient cell phone sitting around? Tinkernut shows you how to make use of it by turning it into a smartwatch with an Arduino brain. Read more...

Polymail Is a Slick Looking Email App for iPhone and Mac with Extensive Email Tracking and Scheduling

iPhone/Mac: You have far too many email apps to choose from on iOS, but if you’re still searching for the perfect app for your workflow, Polymail’s an app that’s worth a look. Read more...

Passport Map Shows You All the Countries You Can Visit With or Without a Visa

Depending on the passport you hold, it can be a breeze to visit another country, or it can be a maddening process that takes months of paperwork , clearance, visits to consulates or embassies, and the risk of getting denied anyway. Passport Map can help you figure out what you’re in for before you plan a trip. Read more...

Make Perfect Soft Scrambled Eggs with an Immersion Blender

The key to this method is to get a lot of air in the mix, and save your seasoning for the plate. I was skeptical too, but I tried it, and it works like a charm. Here’s how it’s done, if you can’t check out the Bon Appetit video above. Read more...

Cut Down on Party Dishes by Assigning Everyone Their Own Glass

When it comes to entertaining, I really embrace the whole “the more the merrier” thing, but that philosophy does not extend to dishes. To cut down on the amount of sudsy labor I’ll have to do after guests leave, I’ll be using The Kitchn’s “One person = One drinking vessel” rule. Read more...

Why We Value Purchases More When We Pay With Cash

Credit is convenient, but paying with cash has a subtle impact on your mindset hat you can use in your favor. A recent study found that paying with cash actually makes us value our purchases more. Read more...

The Things That Are Most Dangerous for Cats to Eat, and Why

Cats may not chow down on garbage like dogs do , but they get into their share of people food, houseplants, and other weird things. Here’s why certain ordinary-seeming items are dangerous to cats, and what you can do about them. Read more...

The Way You Cut Vegetables Changes Their Flavor

I’m the kind of person who proceeds to throw vegetables in a food processor, hit pulse, and write it off as done. (It’s why I’m not a cook.) However, the way you cut vegetables can really impact their flavors and tastes. Here’s why. Read more...

The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program Helps U.S. Travelers Stay Safe Abroad

When you’re traveling abroad, it’s important to stay safe in unfamiliar territory, especially if you’re traveling solo . The U.S. Department of State has a program that lets you register your trip, stay updated on travel alerts, and keep in touch with friends and family during an emergency. Read more...

Questions to Ask Your Mentor or Other Professionals In Your Industry

Making the most of your mentor’s guidance includes being prepared with questions that tap into your mentor’s experience. The same applies to conferences, or other opportunities you have to ask experienced people in your field how they work. Here are some questions to consider. Read more...

Google Maps Makes It Easier to Suggest Edits, Share Details About Places

Today, Google officially announced a few new tools rolling out to Google Maps. Now, it’s easier to suggest edits to locations on Maps, add places that don’t exist, and suggest or confirm details about a place you’re visiting. Read more...

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