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  • Samsung's upcoming foldable phones revealed in new image and specs leak

    Samsung's next event, where the company is slated to reveal its new foldable phones, the Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3, is still weeks away. However, thanks to leaker Evan Blass, we've just gotten the first official (well, official-looking) image of the new devices, along with some key specs.

    In a tweet Monday, Blass revealed that the Samsung Z Flip 3 will have a 6.7-inch internal, and a 1.9-inch external display, as well as a dual 12-megapixel camera on the back, and a 10-megapixel selfie camera on...

  • Best cybersecurity course deal: 93% off Infosec4TC Platinum (UK deal)

    TL;DR: Get lifetime access to a Infosec4TC Platinum Membership for £50.18 as of July 27, saving you 93% on list price.

    When it comes to a career in cybersecurity, there are lots of possibilities. You just need the right training.

    Speaking of the right training, lifetime access to all Infosec4TC courses and programs is on sale for only £50.18 for a limited time. With more than 1,800 hours of training on everything from ethical hacking to GSEC to CISSP and more, that's a pretty great deal.


  • Want to learn an instrument? Try this discounted online course bundle.

    TL;DR: The Complete 2021 Piano for Beginners Bundle is on sale for £14.54 as of July 27, saving you 98% on list price.

    Want to learn piano but don't have time to commit to weekly lessons? Consider opting for a virtual course bundle, so you can learn from the experts on your own time.

    This Complete 2021 Piano for Beginners Bundle features six courses and over 13 hours of training, which you can work through at your own pace. These lessons are virtual, have no mandatory time commitment, and can be...

  • Elon Musk explains how non-Tesla cars will use Superchargers

    At what may have been Tesla CEO Elon Musk's final quarterly check-in, the electric vehicle evangelist delved into the details about eventually sharing Tesla's Supercharger network.

    Last week Musk tweeted about opening up the exclusive Supercharger network to other electric vehicles. Supercharging has only been available to Tesla owners. During Monday's second quarter earnings call he spelled out what this change would look like in the near-future.

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  • Velvet Thruster dildos pump for you — and I tried them

    Have you ever been scared and horny at the same time? That's how I felt looking at The Thruster, a handheld thrusting dildo.

    Yes, as the name implies, this dildo does the thrusting for you.

    The Thruster is a less expensive, more petite take on "fucking machines" like the Cowgirl Machine, which can run you $2,000.

    Velvet Thruster cofounders and couple Danyell and Alex Fima began the company in 2017 after working at Boeing, Airbus, and NASA as aerospace engineers. (Yes. That's right.) The work...

  • Nokia revives the legendary 6310 phone with a larger, curvy display

    There was a point in history, at least in my mind, when Nokia 6310 was the best phone you could get. More advanced than the 3xxx series and yet not as bulky as the Communicator, the Nokia 6310 was the phone to get in the early aughts if money was no object, and getting things done was the priority.

    Now, HMD Global, which owns the Nokia brand, has launched a remake of the Nokia 6310 under the same name. As is typical of Nokia's remakes, it's a cheap, little, basic phone that sort of looks like...

  • The Galaxy Note is dead (for now) but it lives on in Samsung's new foldables

    Galaxy Unpacked may be just a few weeks away, but Samsung isn't leaving much to the imagination.

    On Monday, the company's president and head of mobile communications business, Tae Moon Roh, confirmed in a recent blog post that two foldable phones are on the way.

    Oh, and that the Galaxy Note is dead.

    Well, those weren't his words exactly. Towards the bottom of the post, Roh writes: "I hope you’ll join us as we debut our next Galaxy Z family and share some foldable surprises — including the...

  • Olympic gymnasts tired of being objectified swap leotards for bodysuits

    The German gymnastics team is attracting attention for more than its gravity-defying moves at this year's Olympic games in Tokyo.

    In an effort to prevent the sexualization of their bodies and the sport (and just feel comfortable while competing), the gymnasts traded in standard bikini-cut leotards for full-body unitards on Sunday during an Olympics qualifying round.

    "We wanted to show that every woman, everybody, should decide what to wear," said Elisabeth Seitz, a 27-year-old German Olympics...

  • Best Chromebooks for kids 2021: Grade school, college, and in between

    The assumption that Chromebooks are kids' laptops makes sense. They're typically smaller and lighter than traditional laptops, and often hold up better against drops or spills. They usually don't have fast processors, 4K screens, or many other high-end specs that kids just don't need, which slashes the price big time.

    For budget-conscious families, it's also noteworthy that many beloved Chromebooks are rarely at their full price — especially near shopping holidays like Prime Day or Black...

  • It's peak fat bear watching season, so tune in now

    It's fishin' season.

    The brown bears of Alaska's Katmai National Park and Preserve — the same bears of Fat Bear Week internet fame — are currently devouring the skin, flesh, and brains of 4,500-calorie sockeye salmon. The bounties of migrating fish attract an exceptional gathering of bears at Katmai's Brooks River, and the final week of July 2021 is burgeoning with activity. It's a superb opportunity to tune into the dynamic livestream, beamed from a remote part of the Alaskan Peninsula.


  • Dev Patel wants 'The Green Knight' to push the limits of a hero's journey

    Dev Patel and Joel Edgerton talk about the lessons you'll take away after watching The Green Knight.

  • The Mirror is $550 off (!) when you use this code at checkout

    SAVE $550: July 26 is the last day you can use the code JULY400 to take $150 off The Mirror (normally $1,495) and get free shipping and installation (a $400 value).

    Some of us never made it back to the gym after quarantine, and you know what? That's perfectly OK — no one's ever sat on their deathbed wishing they spent more time at a Planet Fitness.

    But if a basic set of dumbbells and some resistance bands just aren't cutting it for you anymore, allow us to introduce you to The Mirror, an...