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Meet Serve. Serve is Postmates' new automated delivery robot, developed to help make the company's on-demand deliveries more efficient. SEE ALSO: Is the face-swapping robot with multiple 'personalities' cool or just plain creepy? It'll ride along sidewalks and can carry up to 50 lbs, traveling 25 miles on a single charge. There's dynamic lighting in the eyes and a light ring up top to indicate movement, while customers can interact with Serve using a touchscreen and cameras mounted on top...

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If you've bought into Amazon's ecosystem of smart home features and you have a high-end audio system, then the Echo Link is intended to bring those worlds together. Announced earlier this year alongside devices like the Echo Sub and Fire TV Recast, i...
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Categories: alexa, amazon, audio, audiophile, av, echo, echolink, entertainment, gear, hi-fi, smarthome

For what seems like the umpteenth time, "123456" and "password" are the most commonly used passwords this year.  Those combinations sit in the number one and two spots respectively, according to SplashData, who evaluates millions of leaked passwords each year for its worst 100 passwords list. SEE ALSO: How to concoct (and remember!) an insanely secure password — Clarification Please Somewhat unsurprisingly, "donald" was a new entrant to the list this year, sitting at number 23 on the...

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This guy really had to *face* himself at work.  Let's say you post billboards for a living, and your friends regularly prank you by getting you to put up a massive billboard of yourself. This is a true story: Redditor u/Jaydeem89 posted his friend's reaction to r/funny and r/discgolf. Apparently the friend's boss is an avid disc golfer and was in on the joke.  SEE ALSO: Fed-up moms respond to 'Can I cook a turkey in the microwave?' The billboard features a less-than-flattering selfie of...

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Categories: reddit, prank, culture, web culture

The one-day pop-up kiosk is meant to show that Facebook takes users’ privacy concerns seriously. It also was an opportunity to gather more data.
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Apple Music Connect appears as though it's on its way out. Apple has started to notify artists that they will no longer have the ability to post content to the social network-style service build into Apple's streaming music platform, according to 9to...
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Categories: apple, applemusic, applemusicconnect, av, business, connect, entertainment, services


I hate that I love it. In a pun-filled tweet, the Windows Twitter account announced that it's giving away a select amount of "ugly sweaters" adorned with the blocky Windows 95 logo.  SEE ALSO: No, you don't need an iPhone X scarf but it 100% exists It's chunky. It's knit. It's filled with primary colors. It's positively hideous! Despite all this, I still want the Windows sweater.  Introducing the latest #Windows95 custom "softwear."😉 Wish you could rock the...

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Categories: microsoft, windows, nostalgia, retro, tech

Facebook Watch is expanding, even as it’s failing to gain much traction amongst younger, digital-native audiences. Today, the platform announced it was expanding its 15-sec ads to more than a dozen new countries, as well as launching Watch on desktop globally and on Facebook Lite. The move comes just as Facebook slashed funding for some of its original news shows made in partnership with CNN, Buzzfeed, and ABC News, The Information reported today. While Facebook’s budget for news...

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From the Cambridge Analytica scandal to countless other privacy issues, 2018 hasn’t been such a banner year for Facebook when it comes to its users’ private data. Facebook undoubtedly realizes this and would like to get back in its users’ good graces. So, on Thursday, in Manhattan’s Bryant Park, Facebook set up its own pop-up shop. While the temporary IRL Facebook location was filled with holiday-themed directions, its true purpose was to spread tidings of comfort and joy via educating...

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Categories: facebook, privacy, holiday, new york, pop up store

Virtual reality arcades were supposed to be one of the first, most convenient ways that expensive VR headgear would reach the masses — but IMAX, the highest-profile provider of VR arcades, has decided to throw in the towel. The large-format cinema company has officially announced that it will be shutting down its last three locations in Los Angeles, Bangkok and Toronto early next year, and is writing off its VR business as well. That’s according to Variety, which spotted the news in a...

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This week on The Vergecast, Nilay, Paul, and Dieter devote half the show to discussing what happened when CEO of Google Sundar Pichai testified before the House Judiciary Committee. Congress thinks Google has a bias problem — does it? The second half of the show is dedicated to gadgets! Both Samsung and Huawei revealed a phone with a “hole-punch” display so the crew theorize what’s coming in 2019 for the smartphone world. There’s a whole lot more in between that — like Elizabeth...

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Apple is giving up on its second attempt to create something of a social network within its music app. The company has informed artists that effective today, they can no longer post content to the Connect section of Apple Music. This page on Apple.com confirms the change, saying that “Connect posts from artists are no longer supported.” Credit to 9to5Mac for reporting the development. When it introduced Apple Music at WWDC 2015, Apple pitched Connect as a unique avenue for linking...

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There’s good news for people who can’t be bothered to leave their apartments for their morning coffee, and terrible news for baristas everywhere. Starbucks announced today that it’s expanding its delivery partnership with Uber Eats to 2,000 more US stores, which makes up about a quarter of all Starbucks locations in the country. The service, called Starbucks Delivers, has been operating as a pilot program since September in Miami, Tokyo, and a handful of cities in China. Starbucks says it...

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Back in November, Apple banned the official Tumblr app from the App Store over child pornography issues, and today — following an announcement from Tumblr two weeks ago that it would be banning all adult content from the website — the app has been restored and is once again available to download, via TechCrunch. Tumblr is back, right before the ban Tumblr has been trending toward more aggressive content moderation over the months that it’s been under the stewardship of Verizon’s Oath,...

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A couple of years before a fire devastated the National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro in September, Google's Arts and Culture team started working with the museum to digitize the collection. Just a few months after the inferno, Google has reopen...
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Categories: art, gear, google, museum, nationalmuseumofbrazil, riodejaneiro, streetview

The World of Ice and Fire books are filled with so much that never makes it onto Game of Thrones. But newly released art for the 2020 calendar has renewed hope that we'll see a fan-favorite beast mentioned only once on the show. Giant. Goddamn. Ice. Spiders. SEE ALSO: Everything we know about the 'Game of Thrones' prequel series In Season 1, Old Nan (a true prophet ahead of her time) tells Bran of all the horrors living beyond the Wall. She describes how long ago White Walkers... Source Feed:...

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This time he has the high ground. Let everyone know that any lack of faith in the Force is disturbing with these fairy string lights featuring Darth Vader's iconic helmet. $6.99

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Categories: home & office, home decor, lighting


Waka waka waka. This Pac-Man 1/4 Scale Arcade Cabinet is an official, fully-playable, accurate replica of the original Pac-Man - just at a quarter of the size. It's based on the original arcade ROM with the exact replica color scheme and detail of the original art. $179.99

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Categories: electronics & gadgets, console & portable gaming

Red bow radiance Hello Kitty wants to join you this holiday in the form of these Hello Kitty Fairy String Lights. Including 20 LED lights of her adorable, friendly face, this strand can light up any room, and your kids' (or your partner's) faces. $6.99

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Bring light to man's world this holiday season. With the Wonder Woman Fairy String Light set, you can add a little more light to your bedroom, locker, cubicle, or Christmas tree, and help dispel the darkness.

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Categories: home & office, home decor, lighting

Lights that don't miss the mark. Make sure your path to take down the Rebel scum is well lit. Don't want to bonk your helmet on a door as it's opening or something. $6.99

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Makes bathtime S.P.E.C.I.A.L.. Celebrate your family's new home underground with this Fallout Vault-Tec Bath Mat. With special water reclamation functionality built in, this Vault-Tec mat is the pinnacle of technology and design! $14.99

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Categories: home & office, home decor, bathroom & towels

Swish and lick! Dig in to your own serving of steak-and-kidney pie with this Harry Potter Flatware Set, which comes with a salad fork, a dinner fork, a knife, a dinner spoon, and a teaspoon. Each piece of cutlery has the Hogwarts Crest stamped at the base of the handle. $24.99

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Categories: home & office, kitchen & dining, dinnerware

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Stars wherever you are. See, the Constellation Lamp brings constellations (and asterisms) to your desktop or your bedside table. Familiar formations glow through the perforated shade, allowing you to see the stars whenever you desire. $29.99

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Categories: home & office, home decor, lighting

Anything less than perfect was left behind. Behold the cuteness that is the horror of Physical Alice from Bendy and the Ink Machine. Even with half her face melted away and with us knowing all the horrors she committed in her quest for beauty, this Funko POP! is pretty dang adorable. $9.99

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Plus Ultra. Celebrate Deku's humble beginnings with this Funko POP! figure that captures him in his first hero costume, the one his mom made him after seeing his notebook. Because anybody can be a hero. It just takes heart.

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The Symbol of Peace. A shirt for all the fans of Toshinori Yagi from My Hero Academia out there. Because sometimes what the world needs is a hero with a smile and a punch. And eyebrows on fleek. $19.99

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The Deku who always does his best. Everybody gets a quirk but poor Izuku Midoriya. Well, not everybody. 80% of the population. And many of them don't even want theirs. But it's all poor Midoriya's ever wanted. And when he finds out he's Quirkless, it breaks him. $19.99

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Class 1-A. Celebrate some of the main characters of My Hero Academia with this tee featuring All Might, Izuku Midoriya (Deku), Katsuki Bakugo (Kacchan), and Shoto Todoroki. $19.99

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Tea. Earl Grey. Hot. The set includes a teapot and lid, creamer, sugar bowl and lid, 2 teacups, and 2 saucers so you can pick your favorite crew member to relax with. The teapot features the UFP logo, and the cups, creamer, and sugar bowl feature the Starfleet Command logo. $59.99

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It's over 9000! No villain stands a chance of beating you to all the dragon balls when you're wearing this Dragon Ball Z Goku Power Level T-Shirt. And we can assure you when all that power shreds your clothes to bits, we'll be here, ready to send another tee your way. $19.99

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Does that make the Power Level Over 27000? Don this shirt with Dragon Ball Z Goku, Super Saiyan Goku, and Super Saiyan 3 Goku, because DBZ fans know you can never have enough Goku. Three Gokus are better than one. Third Goku's a charm. $19.99

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Is it your quest? "If you must blink, do it now." Lucky for us, the wide-eyed Funko POP! Kubo figure never has to blink. Kubo is captured playing his shamisen. Our young hero is accompanied by a tiny Paper Hanzo figure with all the angles of his original origami form. $9.99

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Izuku Midoriya: The Origin. This vinyl figure captures a battle moment from the U.A. Sports Festival arc, when Deku uses One For All by flicking a single finger, causing a shockwave but minimizing the damage to the rest of his body.

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Categories: collectibles, vinyl figures

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