How do you brew? Brew-Boss automates the beer-making process so anyone can do it

Home brew is often disgusting, but it doesn't have to be. Brew-Boss takes the guesswork out of the process by automating everything for you, but you can still be creative if you want to be.

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One family’s exceptionally diverse car collection is going to auction

The Andrews family classic car collection, filled with over 100 different vehicles, is going to auction. The collection is widely diverse, filled with a variety of cars from across the world and representing many different eras.

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The first Tetris Grand Master outside of Japan claims his title

Kevin Birrell, who showed his Tetris skills at the AGDQ 2015 charity stream, has become the first person outside Japan to earn the rank of Grand Master in Tetris: The Grandmaster 3.

Gaming

What’s the story, Wishbone? This smart thermometer takes temperatures touchlessly

Got a finicky baby? The Wishbone smart thermometer lets you take the child's temperature without touching. It only takes two seconds and works on other objects, so you can make sure the bathwater isn't too hot.

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Did a 2015 Corvette Z06 join Nurburgring’s sub-7-minute club? Probably not

Claims report that a corvette Z06 has set a 6:59.13 lap time at the Nurburgring track. If true, the 650 hp American sports car is put in prestigious company, including the Porsche 918 supercar.

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Jabra's Sport Pulse headphones don't just soundtrack your run, they track it

If you prioritize fancy fitness functions over sound quality, the Sport Pulse Wireless could be your new favorite workout partner.

  • Pros: Effective heart rate and motion tracking , Secure fit…
  • Cons: Poor seal compromises sound , Battery life limited to four…

Who you gonna call in 2016? Ghostbusters summer release date revealed

The director of the upcoming Ghostbusters reboot, Paul Feig, announced on Twitter that the film will arrive in theaters July 22, 2016.

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TracFone busted on data throttling charges, must pay $40 million fine

The FTC arrived at a $40 million settlement with TracFone Wireless, which was accused of making false unlimited data claims for customers. That money will go to customers who were either throttled or had their data service cut off.

Mobile

Smartphone photography gets legit with new World Photo Organisation award

In recognition of smartphone cameras as legitimate photography tools, the Sony World Photography Awards has added a smartphone category, and is now accepting entries.

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Peugeot Citroen Hybrid Air powertrain nixed

The PSA Peugeot Citroen Hybrid Air powertrain won't be used in production cars as planned. It couldn't find a partner to help should the costs of putting this novel system into production.

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Honda officially announces its 2015 Civic Type R production model will premiere at Geneva

After a year of anticipation and the reveal of a concept, the 2015 Honda Civic Type R will finally debut in its production form at this year’s Geneva Auto Show. The sporty hatchback will be powered with a brand new 2.0-liter VTEC turbo four-cylinder, said to…

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BioShock’s creator plays with metaphorical Legos in his first-person sci-fi game

BioShock creator Ken Levine let loose on Twitter about a new project in the works, a first-person sci-fi game with an emphasis on genuine player choice and narrative replayability.

Gaming

Latest draft of The Last Of Us movie script is done and had a table read with actors

The latest draft of The Last Of Us movie script is done and there's been a table read with actors, says game director and screenwriter Neil Druckmann.

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Spartan browser may be minimalist, but you’ll still be able to use extensions

Extension support is now a guarantee for a "future update" of Project Spartan, Microsoft's primary Windows 10 browser. Never fear, ad-block users and bookmark extenders, you'll not be left in the cold.

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