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New iOS 13 feature helps you purge unwanted app subscriptions
A new iOS 13 feature could address one of the most annoying aspects of the App Store: unwanted subscriptions.  The iPhone maker is once again trying to tame overly aggressive subscriptions with a new feature that will make it far easier to unsubscribe from subscriptions. The feature was spotted in the iOS 13 developer beta, so it won't be widely available until iOS 13 officially launches later this year. With the update, which was noticed by MacStories editor Federico Vitcci, deleting an app that you've previously purchased a subscription for will remind you of your subscription and allow you to cancel it. Read more...More about Tech, Apple, App Store, Ios 13, and Tech
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Hands on the wheel with Tesla's new in-car racing video game
Why not play a game while sitting and waiting for your electric vehicle to charge up? No, not on your phone. That'd be too easy. Instead, you can now use the very car you're sitting in — well, if it's a Tesla. Tesla's Easter egg drawer full of video games housed in the main touchscreen is bursting with new additions, including a kart racing game from Vector Unit made just for Tesla. A new bottom menu on the main screen now includes an Arcade button for direct access to the games menuBeach Buggy Racing 2's Tesla Edition takes drivers on 22 beach-themed tracks. The new game is rolling out to Tesla Model S, X, and 3 owners this week. Read more...More about Tesla, Video Games, Tech, Gaming, and Transportation
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These sex toy ads were banned from the subway. Now the company is suing.
The pearl-clutchers at the MTA have a big, sex toy-shaped problem on their hands. Dame, which makes precisely engineered sex toys for women, is suing New York's Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) for rejecting its advertising campaign.  "The vague and sexist reasons behind the MTA's refusal to show our ads are not only barring many businesses like ours from growing their companies, but their censorship is a violation of First Amendment rights," Alexandra Fine, CEO and co-founder of Dame Products, told Mashable.   The lawsuit claims that while the "MTA has previously welcomed advertisements that celebrate human sexuality," its rejection of Dame's female pleasure-centric campaign is a violation of the company's right to free speech, due process, and equal protection under the law. Read more...More about Censorship, Sex Toys, Mta, Dame, and Tech
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This community collects extremely charming vintage recipes
There are few things more nostalgic — and often, wildly grotesque — than combing through dated recipes. Maybe the thought of Milk Chicken, a vintage recipe involving roasted chicken, banana, milk, and eggs, gives you joy, not nausea. Perhaps you long for the days when your grandmother made Lime Cheese Salad, a delightful combination of Jell-O, cottage cheese, and seafood.   Either way, your most debased and nostalgic food favorites now have a home on r/Old_Recipes, a new and popular subreddit dedicated to people's favorite vintage recipes.  SEE ALSO: Exploring the toxic world of 'female privilege' Read more...More about Food, Reddit, Recipes, Culture, and Web Culture
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Autonomous car company Nuro announces partnership with Domino's Pizza in Houston
Starting later this year, residents will be able to order a pizza through the chain, track the pizza, and then have it arrive through a driverless R2 vehicle.Read more here. Read more...More about Tech, Food, Mashable Video, Dominos Pizza, and Nuro
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Facebook unveils plans of Libra cryptocurrency, Calibra 'wallet'
With plans to launch next year, Libra is Facebook's answer to having a global currency available to all, even those who are unbanked. The service can be integrated through Messenger and WhatsApp. Read more here. Read more...More about Tech, Facebook, Mashable Video, Money, and Crypotocurrency
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The DNC tries to be relatable on Twitter, gets trolled instead
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) recently tweeted a phone wallpaper with President Trump's face and the words "Boy Bye,” a famous Beyoncé lyric from the song "Sorry."Read more here. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Tweet, Beyonc, Democrats, and Democratic National Committee
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Google promises $1 billion to fight housing crisis
Google has a $1 billion plan to put a dent in the Bay Area housing crisis.  The company announced a sweeping new plan Tuesday to contribute $1 billion to build as many as 20,000 new homes in the San Francisco Bay Area over the next 10 years.  The bulk of that investment will come not from Google parent Alphabet's multibillion-dollar cash reserves, but from a promise to rezone its own land in order to build residential housing.  "Over the next 10 years, we’ll repurpose at least $750 million of Google’s land, most of which is currently zoned for office or commercial space, as residential housing," Google CEO Sundar Pichai write in a blog post. "This will enable us to support the development of at least 15,000 new homes at all income levels in the Bay Area, including housing options for middle and low-income families." Read more...More about Tech, Google, Big Tech Companies, Tech, and Big Tech Companies
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Keurig K15 single-serve coffee makers are on sale: Save up to 36%
TL;DR: Amazon has select colors of this mini Keurig coffee maker on sale; it retails for $99.99, but you can order one for as little as $63.55 (a 36% savings).  Remember the summers when you had nothing to do but play in sprinklers, cover your sidewalks in chalk doodles, and not think about any sort of work whatsoever? Time, man. It's really doing the thing.  Getting out of bed and then slogging through a long day's work in a stuffy office is even harder when it's nice outside, but that's nothing a fresh cup of coffee can't fix. And just between us, it helps to have a coffee maker that brews a cup so fast, you don't have any spare time to think about how you're wasting your life away in a cubicle. (You're fine. Everything's fine.) Read more...More about Home, Coffee, Keurig, Coffee Machine, and Mashable Shopping
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All the data self-driving cars take in from cameras looks like this
Self-driving cars are almost too observant, taking in information from light-emitting LiDAR sensors, radar equipment, microphones, and cameras. But all the information a car gleans from the outside world still has to be wrangled to be useful.  Cruise's fleet of self-driving cars testing in San Francisco take in petabytes of data each month from its sensor suite on the road and in simulation, similar to other configurations other self-driving car companies have on autonomous vehicles. A petabyte is a million gigabytes, by the way. So to corral all this information, Cruise — through a hackathon event — created an open-source data visualization platform called Webviz. Other autonomous vehicle companies offer different aspects of the self-driving process, like Baidu's Apollo open-source autonomous driving platform. Now Cruise is opening up its application for anyone who works with robotics. Read more...More about Cruise, Self Driving Cars, Data Visualization, Tech, and Transportation
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The Anova Bluetooth sous vide cooker is $20 off on Amazon
TL;DR: This precise sous vide cooker from Anova Culinary is your best bet at achieving a perfect steak — pick one up on Amazon for just $78.78 ($20 in savings). Spending your weekends out in the backyard and cooking up dinners on the grill is synonymous with the summertime. The smell of a perfectly seared steak filling the air, the sun shining down from the sky, and an ice-cold drink in your hand is what some would say dreams are made of. But what happens when a torrential downpour rolls in to ruin your grilling session? No steaks (or fun) for anyone. That is, unless, you have a backup cooking method waiting right inside of your kitchen. Take this sous vide tool from Anova Culinary for example, which is currently $20 off on Amazon. Read more...More about Sous Vide, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Solo, Kitchen Appliances, and Anova Culinary
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Apple TV is getting picture-in-picture video playback
Apple is never keen to talk about forthcoming new features until they are ready to launch, but sometimes beta releases reveal stuff early. That's exactly what tvOS 13 beta 2 just did, by revealing Apple TV ($199.00 at Walmart) is getting a picture-in-picture video playback feature. As 9To5Mac reports, picture-in-picture was discovered by Twitter user Nikolaj Hansen-Turton who posted a video of it in action after installing the tvOS beta 2 release. Let me make a video… — Nikolaj Hansen-Turton (@nikolajht) June 17, 2019 The video plays in the right-hand corner of the screen allowing the Apple TV interface to be navigated. It's possible to bring up a small menu over the playing video with three options available. The icon on the left maximizes the video, while the icon on the right closes the video. The middle icon allows the video window to be moved between top left, top right, bottom left, and bottom right positions. Read more...More about Apple Tv, Video Playback, Tech, and Streaming Services
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So many health and wellness apps haven't done research to back up their claims
With the explosion in health and wellness apps peddling self-improvement, your smartphone could one day hold the keys to helping you manage your lungs, mind, or waistline. But we're not there yet. Typically, healthcare treatments undergo rigorous testing before doctors start recommending them to patients. For someone who turns to their doctor to do something like quit smoking or lose weight, doctors rely on scientific studies that have established the best methods for changing behaviors. Drug companies especially must meet a high bar to prove that their drug is safe, and works, before the FDA allows them to market and sell it to the public.  Read more...More about Science, Wellness, Smoking, Health Apps, and Tech
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Here's why the future of mobility is sucking the air out of low-tech conventional tires
Based on how much we rely on shared transport services (Lime, Mobike, Uber Jump) today, it's safe to assume the next steps will involve driverless vehicles. But how many of us really know how to change a flat tire?   That's why Michelin and General Motors are betting on near-zero maintenance airless tires for such passenger vehicles of the future. The two companies are working on Uptis, an airless wheel structure that is puncture-proof. Uptis is expected to hit the market in 2024. Read more...More about Mashable Video, General Motors, Vehicles, Airless Tires, and Michelin
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Man straps GoPro to a turtle and gets some incredible footage
Looks like Crush the turtle's totally gnarly cousin is shooting some sick pond footage.  But the credit truly goes to The Fish Whisperer, a YouTube channel full of one chill dude's adventures feeding fish, being one with nature, and recently, hanging with some turtles.  "'Sup guys, we got a turtle right here," he starts off the video saying. You know it can only get better from there.  After incentivizing a GoPro-strapped turtle with some fish, we're watching through the official turtle cam view, seeing the lush underwater world from their eyes.  What's so cool is how much trust the Fish Whisper has in his new turtle buddy to return to him with the equipment. But as long as he keeps the turtle (and his buddies, who start to crowd around) fed and happy, I'm sure they won't mind. Read more...More about Viral Video, Turtles, Culture, and Animals
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The 2-in-1 Acer Spin 5 has Alexa built in and it's $200 off at Amazon
TL;DR: The 2-in-1 Acer Spin 5 is a serious Dell XPS competitor and it's only $799.99 at Amazon right now, saving you $200. You would think that wanting a 2-in-1 laptop specifically would make your decision easier, but not really. When storage capacities, screen resolutions, and battery lives all seem to blur together, you'll need some stand out feature to help you make your decision. If you're not immediately sold when you hear that the Acer Spin 5 has Amazon Alexa built-in, you will be when you find out it's on sale for $799.99 at Amazon today. The Lenovo Yoga and Dell XPS 15 are two of the Spin 5's closest competitors, and both of them are over $1,000 at their cheapest. With Acer's low price point and Alexa, the competition is just unfair at this point. Read more...More about Acer, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Solo, Amazon Shopping, and Tech
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Beats EP headphones are on sale for under $75 — save 43%
TL;DR: These durable Beats on-ear headphones usually cost $129.99, but you can grab a pair on sale at Walmart for just $73.99 — a $56 savings. Beats by Dre's high-end headphones typically have high price tags to match, with newer models costing anywhere from $199.99 to $399.99. Unless you work with audio for a living — maybe you're literally Diplo; I have no way of knowing — such a splurge can be hard to justify to your savings account.  And then there are the Beats EPs. They're the most affordable on-ear headphones Beats sells right now, at $129.99 MSRP, and for a limited time, they're even cheaper at Walmart: You can pick up a pair today for less than $75. Read more...More about Headphones, Beats, Beats Headphones, Mashable Shopping, and Shopping Solo
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Scientists just filmed a deep sea creature spew a glowing substance
At some 4,700 feet beneath the sea, marine scientists filmed a shrimp spew glowing matter, or bioluminescence, from its mouth.  This natural event, which might seem fictional, happened as researchers looked for the elusive giant squid in the Gulf of Mexico. They have yet to spot the massive cephalopods — first caught on film in 2012 — but recorded, for likely the first time ever, a deep sea shrimp belching a radiant substance into its lightless world. The collaborative exploration mission, called "Journey into Midnight," seeks to sleuth out both the giant squid and other little-seen animal life in the ocean's sprawling pelagic zone — the great realm between the surface and the sea floor.  Read more...More about Science, Ocean, Bioluminescence, Deep Sea, and Science
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Inventor hacks up a perfectly good Tesla Model 3 and turns it into a pickup
Simone Giertz, the queen of shitty robots, modified her Tesla into a not-at-all-shitty pickup truck which she has dubbed "Truckla." The YouTuber and inventor is known for creating useless robots that automatically smack people awake or chaotically try to apply lipstick. Her latest build, though, was a massive undertaking. Because she's constantly hauling lumber, steel, and other raw materials for various inventions, Giertz needed a vehicle with ample trunk space. Her previous car, a bright yellow electric Comuta from the '80s, couldn't do it. But Giertz didn't want a traditional pickup truck due to of environmental concerns. Read more...More about Cars, Transportation, Tesla, Simone Giertz, and Culture
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The iPad Pro is on sale at Amazon — save $100
TL;DR: The all-powerful iPad Pro is the latest and greatest tablet from Apple — save $100 on Amazon and score one for just $699. When you think of a tablet, the first thing that comes to mind is most likely Apple’s iPad — that’s because their stellar products have made themselves synonymous with high quality, and the company has pretty much taken over the tech industry zeitgeist with its smartphones, computers, smartwatches, and more. The downside to Apple products, though, is that they can cost you a pretty penny. That’s why when one goes on sale, we feel the urge to talk about it. And that’s exactly what’s happening today — the latest and greatest iPad Pro from Apple is a whole $100 off on Amazon. Scoring this kind of deal is a rarity, so hop on it.  Read more...More about Apple, Tablets, Ipad Pro, Mashable Shopping, and Shopping Solo
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Google Calendar is down so work might as well be canceled
You're not imagining things: Google Calendar is down. Instead of seeing their wonderful meeting-packed schedules, users visiting Google Calendar on Tuesday were greeted with error messages. Mashable reached out to Google for comment on the outage and will update this story if we receive  a response. Gotta love an error message.Image: screenshot: raymond wong / mashableWe experienced the common "Not Found Error 404" message, but other users received a "500. That's an Error" message. If my work Google Calendar is down, does that mean I'm exempt from meetings? I'm going with "yes." pic.twitter.com/em5WexHUxS — Jason Baker (@jehb) June 18, 2019 Read more... More about Google, Google Calendar, Tech, and Big Tech Companies
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What's coming to Hulu in July 2019
Dust off the ol' beach towel, rub on some sunblock, and pray to the Apple gods your iPhone doesn't overheat — cause it's time for some streaming fun in the summer sun!  This July, Hulu is heating up some spectacular binges to fuel your mid-vacation content slump. From the return of Harlots Season 3 to the premiere of the Four Weddings and a Funeral series, there are plenty of Hulu originals to enjoy (not the least of which is Veronica Mars Season 4, more on that later.)  But if you're looking to binge network options, you an also try out the Season 6 premiere of Bachelor in Paradise, The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 13, Say Yes to the Dress Seasons 15-16, Chopped Seasons 30-31, and pretty much any other quick-bite reality show you can think of. (They've even got Shark Week 2017. Really.) Read more...More about Hulu, Streaming, July, Veronica Mars, and Listing
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JBL Link 20 Bluetooth smart speaker is $100 off at Dell
TL;DR: The JBL Link 20 is a powerful speaker with Google Assistant built in and it's $100 off, meaning you can snag it for $99.95 at Dell. Having to choose between a smart assistant or a kickass speaker shouldn’t be a dilemma you have to deal with. Luckily as technology adapts, we see more products that combine the features we love. One such device is the JBL Link 20, a voice-activated portable speaker with Google Assistant built in. Normally the JBL Link 20 costs $199.95, but you can snag the smart speaker on sale for $99.95 at Dell. Saying, “OK Google” gives you the ability to play or pause music, control volume, pair to devices, control smart home accessories, ask questions, and a whole lot more with Google Assistant.  Read more...More about Bluetooth, Speakers, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Solo, and Jbl
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The best iPhone VPNs in the UK for 2019
VPNs, or Virtual Private Networks, are great tools for anyone concerned about diminishing privacy on the internet. These days, it's difficult to surf the web without leaving behind a trail of your activity. While there's certainly no foolproof privacy option, VPNs are a popular way to shroud your web identity, and they're available for almost any device that connects to the internet, including iOS devices like the iPhone. SEE ALSO: The best free VPNs in the UK, and paid alternatives An iPhone is an expensive purchase, and therefore something that you should really be protecting at all costs. To keep your data protected in transit, you need a VPN. With a VPN's protection, nobody can see or tweak your network traffic, not even the network's owner. VPNs encrypt your traffic before it leaves your phone. This encrypted data stream travels to a server owned by the VPN company, where it's decrypted and sent on its way. This keeps your activity under wraps. Read more...More about Tech, Apple, Iphone, Software, and Vpn
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Save over £50 on a Samsung EVO Plus Micro SD card with adaptor
TL;DR: The Samsung 512 gigabyte EVO Plus Micro SD card with adaptor is available for under £100 on Amazon, saving you £58.11 on list price. Memory cards do not take centre stage, or get any of the attention that laptops, action cameras, and smartphones receive. No, there is no fanfare for memory cards, but maybe there should be. With more space and higher speeds, Samsung memory cards can free up your celebrated devices. With strong performance and reliability, the EVO Plus card can survive up to 72 hours in seawater, endure temperatures from -25° to 85° Celsius, and protect all your data from the damage caused by airport X-ray machines. So you never need to worry about losing your best 4K UHD videos again. Read more...More about Samsung, Memory Card, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Solo, and Shopping Uk
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Save £68 on a Logitech G433 gaming headset and get a headset stand for free
TL;DR: The comfortable Logitech G433 gaming headset is down to just £41.99, meaning you save £68, and get a free headset stand. Real gamers know the importance of a good headset. Yes, you can use your expensive set of headphones for gaming, but these aren't specifically designed for the job.  The Logitech G433 wired gaming headset is made from a lightweight fabric shell, with sports-mesh ear pads, to keep you cool and comfortable over long gaming sessions. The boom mic delivers enhanced voice quality for PC or console game chat, and the hybrid-mesh drivers deliver precise and clear audio. This headset is compatible with the Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One, and is currently on sale. You can pick up the headset for just £41.99 from Amazon. That's down from the normal list price of £109.99, and comes with a free Logitech headset stand. So that's a massive saving, and an extra item thrown in for nothing. Read more...More about Logitech, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Solo, Gaming Headset, and Shopping Uk
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LG 4K TVs, Amazon devices, Xbox bundles, Sony speakers, and more on sale for June 18 in the UK
This round up of deals includes all the big hitters. We have tracked down the best deals from the likes of Sony, Samsung, LG, and Toshiba. We've also lined up all the available deals on Amazon devices.  You can save on a wide range of high quality products, including speakers, smart scales, 4K TVs, smart home devices, and gaming consoles. There really is something for everyone, even you. These are the best deals from across the internet for June 18. Best of the best All the best deals from across the internet, with discounted speakers, consoles, smart scales, and more on offer. 4K TVs This is your best chance to pick up a 4K TV from one of the biggest names in the game, like Samsung, LG, Toshiba, Panasonic, and more. Read more...More about Amazon, 4k Tv, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, and Uk Deals IMAGE: AMAZON £14.99 Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: 3 Months -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £169.99 Xbox One S 1 TB All-Digital Edition Console -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £199.99 Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Console + Controller + Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (3 Month Membership) -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £38.85 £21.15 OFF (35%) £60 Sony SRS-XB10 Compact Portable Wireless Speaker -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £48.54 £41.45 OFF (46%) £89.99 Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM Bluetooth Speaker -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £39.99 £49.01 OFF (55%) £89 eufy Smart Scale with Bluetooth -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £21.99 £18.00 OFF (45%) £39.99 Active Era® Body Fat Scale -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £24.99 £10.00 OFF (29%) £34.99 NETGEAR WiFi Range Extender -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £37.99 £12 OFF (24%) £49.99 Philips Hue Home Automation Smart Bridge 2.0 -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £29.99 £5.00 OFF (14%) £34.99 Philips Hue Smart Motion Sensor -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £469 £730.99 OFF (61%) £1,200 LG 49-Inch Super UHD 4K HDR Premium Smart LED TV -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £596 £803.99 OFF (57%) £1,400 LG 65-Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £249 £80 OFF (24%) £329 TCL 43-Inch HDR10 and HLG UHD 4K TV -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £299 £130 OFF (30%) £429 TCL 50-Inch HDR10 and HLG UHD 4K TV -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £420 £259.99 OFF (38%) £679.99 Samsung 49-Inch 4K Ultra HD Certified HDR Smart TV -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £497 £312.99 OFF (39%) £809.99 Samsung 50-Inch Dynamic Crystal Colour 4K Ultra HD Certified HDR Smart TV -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £299 £70 OFF (19%) £369 Toshiba 43-Inch Smart 4K Ultra-HD HDR LED TV -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £299 £100.99 OFF (25%) £399.99 Panasonic 43-Inch 4K UHD Smart TV -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £379 £71 OFF (16%) £450 Philips 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £899 £200 OFF (18%) £1,099 Sony Bravia 55-inch LED 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart Android TV -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £69.99 £20 OFF (22%) £89.99 Amazon Echo (2nd Gen) -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £34.99 £15 OFF (30%) £49.99 Echo Dot (3rd Gen) -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £59.99 £10.00 OFF (14%) £69.99 Kindle -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £99.99 £20 OFF (17%) £119.99 Kindle Paperwhite -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £19.99 £15.00 OFF (43%) £34.99 Echo Input -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £99.99 £20 OFF (17%) £119.99 Echo Spot -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £189.99 £14.99 OFF (7%) £204.98 Echo Show (2nd Gen) + Philips Hue White Bulb -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £54.99 £15.00 OFF (21%) £69.99 Fire 7 Tablet -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £29.99 £15.00 OFF (33%) £44.99 Certified Refurbished Fire 7 Tablet -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £114.99 £104.99 OFF (48%) £219.98 Echo Dot (3rd Gen) + Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience B22 Starter Kit -- See Details
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The Logitech Harmony Companion smart remote control is down to under £75
TL;DR: The all-in-one Logitech Harmony Companion remote control is available for £74.99 on Amazon, saving you £45. Believe it or not, but you can now control everything in your home through a single remote control. That means your TV, gaming console, smart lights, locks, thermostats, and even your Alexa, all under your control, instantly. The Logitech Harmony Companion remote control can lower the blinds, dim the lights, turn on the TV, and more, all with a tap of a finger. It works as a centralised hub for all your devices by controlling them with IR, WiFi, or Bluetooth wireless signals. With the app you can even turn your smartphone or tablet into a universal remote. Read more...More about Remote Control, Logitech, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Solo, and Shopping Uk
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Mark Segal, the pioneer who revolutionized gay media, wants LGBTQ journalists to go local
Every day of Pride Month, Mashable will be sharing illuminating conversations with members of the LGBTQ community who are making history right now. Before there was national LGBTQ media, there was Mark Segal. Segal founded the Philadelphia Gay News — believed to be one of the earliest of its kind, an LGBTQ weekly paper — in 1976, long before most people even knew any out gay people, let alone cared about LGBTQ media. The Stonewall riots, which launched the gay rights movement, had happened just six years prior. Segal created the publication with the hopes of improving communication both within the LGBTQ community and outside of it. Read more...More about Media, Culture, Activism, Lgbtq Rights, and Pride Month 2019
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