February 12, 2019

Whether you’re a once-a-year, twice-a-month or thrice daily kind of person, sex is basal. You can imagine it, read about it, listen to it, watch it, experience it, and perform it. And whichever way you choose to go with it, sex can be amazing fun if done right. We’ve scoured the internet to bring you a […]

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What 8 of the world’s most popular tech gadgets looked like when they were first released

February 11, 2019

In an age of technological overload, tech gadgets released two years ago can seem just as dated today as those that came out in the 1980s. As a society, we have abandoned clunky, plastic cell phones with antennas for sleek iPhones made of glass; wired controllers for wireless virtual reality headsets. Take, for example, Microsoft’s […]

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Valentine’s Day 2019: Top 10 gadgets that you can gift your better half

February 9, 2019

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you must already be wondering what special gift you can buy. While many of you might be thinking to gift your loved ones the traditional chocolates and a bouquet of flowers, why not this Valentine’s day gift something different. Confused? In simpler terms, what if your better […]

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Five Health And Wellness Gadgets That Use Technology To Make Your Life Easy

January 22, 2019

No, this article is not about gazillions of fitness trackers dumped into the market every day. Nor does it include digital snake oil such as the smart bands that claim to help you sleep better. And no, none of these products include KickStarter or IndiGoGo campaigns that haven’t come to fruition yet. This list purely […]

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Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) surfaces on Geekbench running Android Pie

January 12, 2019

Obviously, Samsung has prioritized its 2018 and 2017 flagships to receive the Android 9.0 Pie updates first but it appears that the company has already baking the Pie for a 2017 midranger, the Galaxy A7 (2017). The evidence is a Geekbench listing of the phone running the latest Google OS. The score sheet doesn’t reveal […]

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Microsoft patents a wearable device that could help Parkinson’s patients

December 16, 2018

Ever since the Microsoft Band 2 came out back in 2015, old Redmond has mostly been out of the wearable game. That being said, that wearable did pack some truly impressive and ambitious tech, enabling things like maximum volume of oxygen (VO2 max) tracking. Microsoft is clearly no stranger to experimentation when it comes to […]

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