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  • Samsung Galaxy S6

    By Ben on Mon Mar 2 2015 |
    Samsung Galaxy S6
    Gear | Phone
    Samsung announced the  Galaxy S6. The new S6 will come in two models: The Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge. The  Galaxy S6 Edge is the world's first phone curved on both sides, beautiful! The Galaxy S6 features  5.1" Quad HD Super AMOLED 577 PPI screens, Gorilla Glass 4, the world's first phone curved on both sides (S6 Edge), a 16MP rear camera, Quad 2.1GHz + Quad 1.5Ghz, Octacore application processors, 3GBs of RAM, 32/64/128GBs of storage, and 2,550mAh batteries (2,600 in the Edge).
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    Sweet Cocoon

    By Ben on Mon Mar 2 2015 |
    Gear | Video
    This wonderful 3D animated short called "Sweet Cocoon" about two insects that decide to help a struggling caterpillar in her metamorphosis!
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    Terrifying Ad for an English Language School

    By Ben on Mon Mar 2 2015 |
    Gear | AD
    How do you know that your child is doing well learning English? When an English-speaking face appears in the mouth of your child, as though a demon has possessed him.
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    OTTO

    By Ben on Mon Mar 2 2015 |
    Gear | Video
    OTTO is a video created with the intention to talk in a metaphorical and abstract way about the natural circle of events, which often switches the rules of the characters involved.
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    Fish Tea Bags Are Tea Bags That Look Just Like Goldfish

    By Ben on Mon Mar 2 2015 |
    Fish Tea Bags Are Tea Bags That Look Just Like
    Gear | Other
    This Tea bag looks like goodfish, made by Taiwanese company Charm Villa. The tea bags look like typical tea bags when they’re out of the water, but submerge it in hot water and watch it transform into the most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen in a cup. Cool
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    Lorica Carbon Fiber Gladiator Suit

    By Ben on Sun Mar 1 2015 |
    Lorica Carbon Fiber Gladiator Suit
    Gear | Gadget


    Anyone looking to become a real-life superhero, should probably invest in a Lorica suit. Made by Australia’s Unified Weapons Master, this suit of armor is made from carbon-fiber, polycarbonate material, and elastomeric foam, making it both lightweight and pretty flexible, and absorbs much of the impact from any shot it takes.And while it would be badass enough if it stopped right there, the whole thing has also been outfitted with sensors to score severity of blows, locations, and more. No word yet on a price.
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    A Hydrofoil Surfboard Is the Ultimate Way to Ride the Waves

    By Ben on Sun Mar 1 2015 |
    Gear | Sport
    Foilboards are surfboards with hydrofoil fins built into the bottom. When moving at high speed, the surfer appears to be hovering over the water. Foilboards are especially impressive when used by top surfers, like Laird Hamilton. In this video, he rides one off the coast of Raglan, New Zealand.   After being towed out into the surf, Hamilton flies over the water on his foilboard.
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    How do your kidneys work?

    By Ben on Sun Mar 1 2015 |
    Gear | Video
    After drinking a few glasses of water on a hot day, you might be struck with a sudden ... urge. Behind that feeling are two bean-shaped organs that work as fine-tuned internal sensors. Emma Bryce details how the incredible kidneys balance the amount of fluid in your body, detect waste in your blood, and know when to release the vitamins, minerals, and hormones you need to stay alive.
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    Misconceptions about Makeup

    By Ben on Sun Mar 1 2015 |
    Gear | Video
    This week, Elliott discusses some misconceptions about makeup.
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    Cup Clip

    By Ben on Sun Mar 1 2015 |
    Cup Clip
    Gear | Other
    Animi Causa's $12 Cup Clip can still be used to secure documents, but with its re-designed arms it can also serve as a cupholder when clamped to the side of a desk. Good idea.
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    This Umbrella's Built-in Bluetooth Reminds You Not To Forget It

    By Ben on Sun Mar 1 2015 |
    This Umbrella s Builtin Bluetooth Reminds You Not To Forget
    Gear | Projects
    "Hidden under a cap on the bottom of the umbrella's handle is where you'll find the actual Bluetooth electronics and a replaceable watch battery that should keep it running for about a year or two, depending on how often you need to carry an umbrella. It's designed to maintain a constant wireless connection to a smartphone with a range of about 30 feet, and when that connection disappears, users will get an alert on their phones reminding them they may have forgotten it behind. It's a simple but effective way to make it easier to justify spending a few more bucks on a nice umbrella."
    This umbrella is funding up on Kickstarter.
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