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You’re on Facebook for only an hour a day—now Facebook plans on taking the other 23

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Facebook’s 2 billions users spend about 50 minutes a day on Facebook, which begs the question: what does Facebook want you to do with the other 23 hours and 10 minutes of your day?

‘Wonder Woman’ is coming soon to a living room near you, with one sweet extra

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Now that you’ve spent a small fortune on repeat viewings of Wonder Woman, Diana’s coming to home video so you can spend even more quality time with her.

The DC superhero flick will be available to purchase digitally on August 29, before hitting Blu-ray and DVD on September 19.

Naturally, the home video release will come packed with bonus features. Both the DVD and the Blu-ray releases will include extended scenes,…

This magnetic screwdriver will make your next DIY project flawless

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A tool kit from Lamello features an electric screwdriver that uses magnetism to join two interlocking screws within the wood, creating a seamless connection. Read more…

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8 courses to help get your budget under control, and fast

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Managing your money can be hard. How much should you put in your 401(k)? What even is a 401(k)? Will you really be rich enough to buy a house if you stop splurging on avocado toast?

8 courses to help get your budget under control, and fast

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Managing your money can be hard. How much should you put in your 401(k)? What even is a 401(k)? Will you really be rich enough to buy a house if you stop splurging on avocado toast?

Google’s Earth’s breathtaking redesign is finally on iOS

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Google Earth’s long overdue redesign is finally ready for your iPhone.

The updated app just hit the App Store, more than three months after Google launched the update for desktop and Android.

As we detailed when the update first launched back in April, the new Google Earth has been rebuilt entirely from scratch. The new iOS app is faster and brings a load of new features, including new 3D map views, interactive tours, and new ways to…

YouTube is trying to hide extremist videos in a state of limbo

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YouTube is still dealing with headaches related to extremist and otherwise hateful videos infesting its site.

Parent company Google’s most recent attempt at a fix addresses content that exists in a sort of gray area — it doesn’t violate the site’s policies per se but it does “contain controversial religious or supremacist content.”

In those cases, the videos will now be relegated to a “limited state,” a purgatory where they’ll be less visible to the casual browser, never appear in automated…

HomePod firmware may have just confirmed two major facts about iPhone 8

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Apple’s HomePod isn’t even available for purchase yet, and it’s already leaking secrets about the company’s upcoming iPhone.

Listen to music or take a call in the shower with this Bluetooth speaker

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Don’t let the shower stop you from listening to your favorite playlists. The Bidet4me Music Showerhead combines Bluetooth connectivity and water-saving technology.

Become your own barista with this portable espresso maker

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Paying $4 for your daily dose of espresso each morning is fun, but you might want to save your money and purchase one of these bad boys instead.