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It's Black Friday, and sweet deals abound. But chasing them down without proper guidance is going to land you in a lot of unnecessary lines. No worries, WIRED put in the extra legwork so you can spend less time on your feet and more time wiggling your toes by the fireplace. Good luck! One note: […] The post WIRED's Top 50 Black Friday Deals appeared first on WIRED.
Image via aplus Here's a list of stuff your iPhone can do that you probably didn't even know were POSSIBLE let alone DOABLE using something that costs as much as your bus pass. Some of it is pretty basic, like shaking your phone to undo an action, or charing your phone faster by setting it in […] The post 20 Things You Didn't Know Your iPhone Could Do appeared first on WIRED.
Image via aplus Here’s a list of stuff your iPhone can do that you probably didn’t even know were POSSIBLE let alone DOABLE using something that costs as much as your bus pass. Some of it is pretty basic, like shaking your phone...Show More Summary
The Case Maker Pro lets you change your iPhone case as easily as slapping another sticker on your laptop. The post Turn Any Image Into an iPhone Case With This Handy Gadget appeared first on WIRED....
This cloud-connected device prints out a personalized feed of news, messages, and amusements onto standard thermal receipt paper. The post This Tiny Printer Is a Physical Ticker Tape for the Internet appeared first on WIRED....
It’s Black Friday, and sweet deals abound. But chasing them down without proper guidance is going to land you in a lot of unnecessary lines. No worries, WIRED put in the extra legwork so you can spend less time on your feet and more time wiggling your toes by the fireplace. Good luck! One note: […] The post WIRED's Top 50 Black Friday Deals appeared first on WIRED.
This week's Apple rumors include a potentially new way to pair your iDevices with Touch ID, and the imminent death of non-Retina Macbook Pros.
The incredibly popular Beats Music opened up its API to developers this morning. This means programmers can now create apps for any platform using Beats Music’s catalog to play tracks — and also take advantage of the service’s unique model....
Walking around the Luxury Technology Show is like window-shopping in a VIP mall. Here's what stood out among all the high-priced eye candy.
The Super Chexx Bubble Hockey table has been made by the same company, Innovative Concepts in Entertainment, or "ICE," for 32 years now. It remains as awesome as ever.
Every year, just before South by Southwest Interactive starts, the froth starts churning. Everybody begins wondering what this year’s breakout hit app will be. What if there isn't one?
You may have heard that Bitcoin’s creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, was “doxed” by Newsweek and wonder exactly what that word means. You may even use the word yourself and wonder, “Am I using this word correctly?” Or worst, not worry whether...
With the release of version 3.1 of the Up's companion smartphone app, Jawbone is really moving ahead in terms of crunching user data.
The KEF M500 on-ear headphones are comfortable, built to last, and most importantly, sound great.
Here's an easy way to keep the crazy stuff your uncle posts to Facebook from appearing in your feed.
Along with the ability to subscribe and unsubscribe to secrets, the latest update to the app also lets you unlink your posts from your account for full anonymity.
You've spent hours honing your skills on the climbing wall at the gym. Now you're ready to tackle a real mountain. Before you head out, invest in equipment you can trust.
The new Roku Streaming Stick, like Google's Chromecast, is an 1080p streaming stick that plugs directly into your TV's HDMI port.
If you're looking for digital versions of older books to download, check out Project Gutenberg first. The site is filled with stuff that has lapsed into the public domain, which means it's free.
At first glance, the Tempel workbench resembles a 19th-Century writing desk. But open up its ash, walnut, and brass cabinet and you'll find an assortment of contemporary goodies.