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16 brilliant products with over 1,000 great reviews on Amazon

From toilet lights to inverted umbrellas, these brilliant products with over 1,000 reviews on Amazon are among the most fascinating things online now.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


YouTube has a kids problem and it's not going away

The Google owned network has come under fire for showing videos to children that aren’t appropriate. Children’s programming is the No. 1 category on YouTube.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


The English Rose, in All Its Frankensteined Glory

A rose is a rose is a rose—just not to the English.

Via:: Wired News


18 amazing deals from Anthropologie's huge summer sale

Nothing gets us quite as excited as a sale at Anthro.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


How to keep your pets safe in hot weather

Here’s some tips to keep your pets safe when the temperatures start to soar

Via:: USA Today Tech News


The 6 best credit cards of 2019

The best credit cards can help you save money on big purchases, help make traveling easier, or get your business off the ground.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Facebook’s Libra Reveals Silicon Valley’s Naked Ambition

Cloaked in the guise of making the world a better place, the cryptocurrency project is really another attempt to go big or go home.

Via:: Wired News


Cold War Spy Photos Show How Fast Himalaya Glaciers Are Melting

By turning declassified images into a 3D model of the Himalayas, scientists found that the mountain’s glaciers are melting twice as fast as before 2000.

Via:: Wired News


JD Power Says Korean Cars Beat US and Europe in Quality

New car owners report fewer problems than in past years. But infotainment systems are proving troublesome.

Via:: Wired News


This Robot Fish Powers Itself With Fake Blood

A new robot lionfish uses a rudimentary vasculature and “blood” to both energize itself and hydraulically power its fins.

Via:: Wired News

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