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Google Home Now Supports Multiple Users and Can Recognize Your Voice

One of the biggest limitations of Google Home, Google’s voice-controlled speakerbot, was that it couldn’t tell anyone apart so all your requests were centered on one Google account. But thanks to an update today, now it can recognize up to six people. Read more...

Does Anybody Even Do These Super Short Workouts?

The New York Times has a new super quick workout routine that you can do anywhere, even if you can’t make it to the gym today. I tried it, though, and... hey, wait, am I the only one actually doing these? Read more...

Google Refreshes the Play Store, Making It Easier to Manage Apps

Google is rolling out a small but significant update to the Play Store, adding in a refreshed My Apps screen that makes it much easier to manage everything you have installed. Read more...

Every Little Box of Jiffy Mix, Baked and Tasted

Jiffy baking mixes are iconic and adorable, but you’ve probably only used one or two—and one of those was probably the corn muffin mix. But there are many other mixes to explore and, because I am a dedicated investigative food journalist, I decided to test all of the little blue boxes I could find. Read more...

Fusion Bill O’Reilly and the Sexual Harassment Tipping Point | Deadspin Russell Westbrook Is Out Of

Fusion Bill O’Reilly and the Sexual Harassment Tipping Point | Deadspin Russell Westbrook Is Out Of Gas And The Thunder Are Dead | Jezebel Céline Dion Checks With a Fan-Made Painting of Her Late Husband Before Making Career Decisions | The Root House Republicans to Troops: Pay for Your Own Damn GI Bill | Read more...

What Do You Wish You’d Talked About with Your Partner Before Having Kids?

Raising kids is tough, and if you have a partner helping you, it’s good to be on the same page. Of course, it’s not possible to discuss every little thing before you start having kids, so if you’re a parent, what do you wish you’d talked about with your partner before you had kids? Read more...

NomadList Helps You Find Remote Work-Friendly Cities, Based on Your Priorities

Because I both work and travel, I choose destinations based on a few important things: fast, reliable internet, food, general safety, culture, and foo—oops, I said that already. One of the key resources I use for learning more about a place before I go is NomadList, a handy resource that’s built for digital nomads or… Read more...

How Different Airlines Board Their Passengers

Yes, air travel is pretty amazing. But between flight delays and bumped seats, airlines give us a lot to complain about, too. Boarding procedures, for example, often annoy passengers because they’re seemingly random and pointless. There is, however, a method to the madness. Read more...

How to Fit Nature into Everyday Life When You Live in a City

If you’ve ever taken a walk to de-stress, you know the powerful effect getting outside can have on making you feel refreshed mentally, emotionally, and physically. But if you live in a busy city, finding nature to help you recharge can be a challenge. Read more...

Deadspin Report: Aaron Hernandez Wrote “John 3:16" On His Forehead Before Apparent Suicide [Upd

Deadspin Report: Aaron Hernandez Wrote “John 3:16" On His Forehead Before Apparent Suicide [Update] | Jezebel The Stranger’s Rachel Dolezal Profile Is So Good We Never Have to Think About Her Again | Fusion Jason Chaffetz Is Maybe Considering Running for President in 2028 | The Root Richard Spencer’s Racist Little… Read more...

You Can Have 120 Different Outfits With Just a 14-Piece Wardrobe

It’s good to dress to impress, but you don’t have to spend a fortune on a massive wardrobe to do it. In fact, you really only need 14 items. Read more...

The Beginner's Guide to 1Password

Using a password manager is basically internet security 101 these days, but that doesn’t make them any less intimidating. If you’ve never used a password manager, they’re annoying, cumbersome to use, and baffling at a glance. 1Password is one of the easiest to use options around, but that doesn’t mean you don’t some… Read more...

How to Tell If You Smell

The human nose can detect more than one trillion distinct scents, but it’s not so great at picking up your own odors. There’s always a chance you reek something foul and just don’t realize it. If that’s a fear of yours, here’s how you can find out for sure. Read more...

Microsoft's Wunderlist Replacement, To-Do Is Now Available

Windows/Web/iOS/Android: Microsoft has released a public preview for its new to-do app, aptly called To-Do. This is ostensibly Microsoft’s version of Wunderlist, which the company acquired back in 2015. Read more...

Were Those Cheerios Seeds Really So Bad? An Investigation

Last month, we told you not to plant the wildflower seeds that Cheerios is giving away to help “bring back the bees,” because they seemed to include invasive species that could harm your local environment. Soon afterward, I received some emails about those seeds that pulled me into a much deeper story. Read more...

Today's Best Deals: Noise Cancelling Headphones, Smart Plugs, Shoes Under $35, and More

Wireless noise-cancelling headphones, shoes under $35, and popular Bodum drinkware lead off Wednesday’s best deals. Read more...

All the Best Movies Coming to and Leaving Netflix In May 2017

Spring is here, but that doesn’t mean any of us want to do anything but binge watch TV. Netflix is bringing a bunch of its original TV shows back this month in the United States alongside tons of other new movies. Read more...

Deadspin Aaron Hernandez Dead Of Apparent Suicide | Jezebel The Woman Who Accused Drake of Getting H

Deadspin Aaron Hernandez Dead Of Apparent Suicide | Jezebel The Woman Who Accused Drake of Getting Her Pregnant Made It Up...Or Did She? | The Root Racist GOP State Sen. Frank Artiles Calls Black Colleagues ‘N—gers’ and Lived | Fusion U.S. pays $1 million to family of late Mexican teen made to chug liquid meth by… Read more...

You Might Need an International Driver’s Permit for Overseas Road Trips

Road trips are a fun travel option, but if you’re road tripping overseas, you want to be prepared. Some countries actually require an international permit. Read more...

Credit Card Car Rental Insurance Doesn’t Cover as Much as You Think

Some credit cards come with interesting perks—free car rental insurance, for example. As long as you use that card to pay for the rental, you’re covered. However, that insurance might not cover as much as you think. Read more...

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