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“For the past year and a half, Swedish startup Earin has been trying to turn a Ryan Gosling–inspired earbud concept into a proper working product. The hook: Unlike other Bluetooth headsets, these $249 earbuds are completely wireless: They sync with each other and a phone, and… that’s it. The concept is one of those things I didn’t even know I needed, but after spending a week with the Earin buds, I’m almost ready to pick up my pitchfork and wish death upon the headphone cable. Emphasis on almost.” - Engadget Senior Mobile Editor, Chris Velazco

Up close with Earin’s wireless earbuds

By the way, Jess, it’s called Bachelor’s Degree. Simply calling it a ‘bachelor’s’ makes you sound uneducated.
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enosoma on “Twitch offers a close look at first-person film ‘Hardcore Henry'”

Video games? Really? I like a round of Mario Kart just as much as anybody, but college is where you learn about Shakespeare and Milton, not about Ratchet and Clank. And it just makes it worse that the games mentioned here include pretentious, boring SJW crap like Gone Home. What’s next, a course on the literary nuances of Depression Quest? […] I like playing video games. But I like getting blow jobs, too - that doesn’t mean that there should be college courses that teach blow job appreciation.
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AntiDem on “'Citizen Kane’ to ‘Call of Duty’: The rise of video games in universities”

Super Bowl 50: the ads, not the football

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You’ve probably seen plenty of this year’s Super Bowl ads already, especially as YouTube offered many companies the option to get their videos out in advance, hopefully ensuring more views during the barrage of The Big Game itself. So, we’ve already…


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Facebook Messenger has a hidden chess game

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It’s no secret that you can use Facebook Messenger for a whole lot more than just chatting with pals, but there’s still a surprise or two in store. Social networkers have discovered that Messenger has a hidden chess game (quietly available for a lea…


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