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Author Archives: David Ponce

SolSource Sport Is A Sleek Solar Powered BBQ

Burning fossil fuels to BBQ your food is very 2016; all the cool kids these days are using solar power. Well, that’s not true, to be honest, but with products like the SolSource Sport we’d like to think the trend would take off. Using nothing but the sun’s rays, this device can reach temperatures of 400F/200C instantly, powering your cooking with 1,000W of completely clean power. It disassembles in minutes and packs into a transport bag, and weighs all of 10lbs. It’s a fully-funded kickstarter that will have a SolSource Sport shipped to you by August if you pledge $149.

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The Dyetonator Is A Purse Snatcher Deterrent

The Handbag Dyetonator is a small device that attaches to the side of a purse and, when activated, releases a cloud flare as well as a splash of permanent dye. This way, anyone who grabs your purse will be permanently marked for easier police identification, while the flare will attract attention and make it more likely for them to drop your belongings and run. It’s masked as a stylish accessory, so you can leave it on your purse at all times. And it’s activated through a text, so the range is limitless. That’s right: if your purse is snatched, but you happen to have your phone in your pocket, you can immediately text your Handbag Dyetonator to activate it. This is not currently a product that you can buy, but the company is accepting email signups for possible testing.

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Why Dating Chat Rooms Have Never Gone Away

Is the chat room scene not dead? It was a staple of the geek lifestyle especially back in the days when we had dial up internet and had to listen to the modem load up. Surely these days with superfast broadband and the world at our fingertips chat rooms especially for dating aren’t that popular?

Well, chat rooms have never went away. Even though dating apps like Tinder and sites such as Plenty of Fish are highly popular there is still room for chat rooms to find other singles. Dating online can be hard however for many geeks and those fascinated by technology there is a buzzing chat room dating scene that flies under the radar of the traditional online dating methods.

This is why chat rooms such as asian chat room and countless others are still very popular.

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New MMO Strategy Game Throne: Kingdom at War by Plarium

A new battle to conquer with MMO strategy humdinger: Throne: Kingdom at War

Plarium are very popular and well known for their massively multiplayer online games. Their games provide the best gaming experience on both a social and a technical level, which allow players around the world to play together through their platform.

Having so many gamers playing Plarium browser games is possible thanks to the massively multiplayer online game (MMOG or MMO) format which is capable of supporting large numbers of players, at the same time and in the same digital world. MMOs usually feature a very big and persistent open world. These games can be found on network-capable platforms, including PC’s, video game console, or smartphones and other mobile devices on the market today.

Plarium’s new game Throne: Kingdom at War
As we can expect from a brand such as Plarium, they have created an exciting experience through its new game, Throne: Kingdom at War. Like all MMOs, Throne: Kingdom at War is set in a fictional medieval world where combatants are laying claim to the throne of the Kingdom of Armania, where the reigning monarch King Gerhard has passed away.

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Wal-Mart vs Amazon: Shipping is the New Battleground

One of the greatest advantages of online shopping is free delivery. A 2016 Future of Retail study shows that 9 out of 10 consumers admit that free shipping motivates them to purchase more online.

Some smaller retailers choose not to provide free delivery, since it causes additional business expenses. However huge shipping costs will soon vanish into oblivion thanks to retail giants like Wal-Mart or Amazon and their subscription services. Such programs allow members to pay a fixed annual fee to guarantee free shipping on all qualified goods.

Amazon was the first grand retailer that came up with such an idea and offered a subscription service called Amazon Prime. The program offers free two-day shipping for an annual fee. Membership package also includes additional perks such as Sunday delivery, connection to the company’s streaming video and music platforms, early access to the most appealing deals and even unlimited photo storage. All these benefits cost only $99 per year or $10.99. The offer was super successful from day one; now over 65 million people in the U.S. are Prime users.

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Deal Of The Day: 50% Off On Aluminum Fidget Spinner

Look, for some reason fidget spinners are having their moment. It’ll be done in a few weeks, but until then, maybe you want to save some money while getting yours. This Aluminum Fidget Spinner is seeing a 50% rebate.

Can’t seem to sit still or focus on the task at hand? Keep your over-active hands or mind occupied with the aluminum fidget spinner, ideal for those who need a little extra help sticking to the grind. Hold it in one hand and use the other to spin, and watch and feel the stress spin away.

Normally $25.99, it’s $12.99 with today’s deal.

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These Chanel Tennis Balls Cost $450

First of all, why is Chanel even making, or rather, selling tennis balls? And ok, let’s just overlook that for a minute. What about the fact that they’re selling these for an eye watering, mind-melting, sanity-defying $450? That’s for 4 of them. They come in a leather bag, because of course how else will anyone know you’re a rich idiot unless you carry your tennis balls in a leather bag?

It turns out that if you want to compound the idiocy, you can buy an $1,800 Chanel tennis racket to go along with your ridiculous balls. It isn’t particularly a great racket, at least that’s not why it’s that expensive, but rather it’s just that it bears the name Chanel. Isn’t the world grand?

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Deal Of The Day: 33% Off On ExoMount CD Car Mount

Look, you’re going to need a car mount. It’s been long enough that the laws banning cellphone use while driving have been passed and it’s pretty clear that you need a mount. The ExoMount CD Car Mount is as good as they get, and today there’s a good deal on it.

More and more states are passing laws prohibiting holding phones while driving, making car mounts all the more necessary. Your GPS just isn’t something you’re all that likely to give up, and sometimes you really do have to make calls while driving. Solution: The ExoMount hooks easily into your car’s CD player giving you a central, visible location for your phone while you’re driving, without having to occupy your hands. Plus, its 360° rotation lets you orient it any way that works for you.

Runner-up in The Wirecutter’s Best Smartphone Car Mounts

– Hooks up through your car’s CD player for a central view
– Installs easily w/ simple one touch mounting technology
– Rotates 360° to let you set the orientation that works best for you
– Compatible w/ all phones measuring 3.5″ – 5.8″, which includes all iPhones, Samsung phones, & most others

Normally $29.95, with today’s deal you’ll only pay $19.99.

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Got Some Mixed Tapes Still Lying Around? The Elbow Player Can Squeeze The Music Out

Many of you reading this have never used a cassette tape. You might’ve heard of them, sure, but likely you’ve never seen on in real life, and the Elbow will just seems a curiosity. But for those of us born in the early 80’s, there’s a chance we still have a little collection covered in dust somewhere, rich in nostalgia. Maybe it’s that mix tape you made in high school. Maybe it’s an Aerosmith album or something. The Elbow Player is a tiny conceptual device meant to play cassette tapes, and give back access to sounds otherwise lost forever. One section of the player grabs the spool and spins it, while the reader picks up the music. The image above is pretty self-explanatory

Sadly, it’s a concept project that doesn’t seem to be turning into a Kickstarter or anything. Which is a shame, because we bet there’d be a market for this.

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