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This $5,600 coffee maker is as close as you can get to a barista in a box

If you love coffee more than your kid’s college fund, then the Jura GIGA 5, which makes a delicious cup of Joe, is worthwhile investment.

  • Pros: Barista setting lets you step up your coffee game , Makes…
  • Cons: Expensive , Requires a lot of maintenance

Spotify adverts now know the mood of your playlists

Spotify is giving brands the ability to target their advertising based on the mood or genre of the playlist you're currently listening to. The change goes live from the start of May.


The first Batman v. Superman teaser is now officially out in HD

The caped crusader faces off against the man of steel, and this time it's official. Check out the first official teaser trailer from Warner Bros. for the 2016 DC Comics blockbuster.

Movies & TV

Galaxy S6 sales are exceeding all reasonable expectations

The Galaxy S6 is setting up to be the Samsungs' redemption from its extraordinarily underwhelming performance in 2014. Estimates for end of year unit sales have taken a turn for the better.


Keep your family data-happy with Walmart Family Mobile’s updated plans

For families not too keen on using too much data on a monthly basis, T-Mobile announced it would increase the data caps for Walmart Family mobile plans. The changes go into effect tomorrow, April 18.


Star Wars Battlefront gets a reveal trailer and release date

In addition to the much-hyped Star Wars Episode VII trailer that debuted this past week at the Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, California, EA and DICE also took the opportunity to share the first trailer for Star Wars Battlefront.


Cheap, slim and capable, Asus' latest Zenbook is just shy of portable perfection

The Zenbook UX305 is the latest cutting-edge ultrabook from Asus. It reinforces the brand’s affordable appeal, but can it defeat heavyweights like the Dell XPS 13 and Samsung…

  • Pros: Featherweight and super slim , Outstanding keyboard , High…
  • Cons: Modest performance , Battery life could be better , Runs hot…

Trends with Benefits: Talking robochefs, VR with the man behind The Manual

Six percent of Americans want Apple Watches, Dan wants bio implants, Greg wants VR, Nick wants a robot chef, and Cator wants a glass of Scotch. No one gets what they want, this week on Trends with Benefits.


Does Sony want to make a Super Smash Bros. movie?

Among the most recent batch of leaked Sony communications, this time shared by WikiLeaks, were a number of e-mails suggesting that Sony Pictures has aspired to develop a movie based on Super Smash Bros.


This little machine can clean your clothes with 10 liters of water and no power

Looking to reduce your carbon footprint but don't want to give up your clean clothes? The Drumi, from Yirego, is a foot-powered washing machine that requires no electricity and only 10 liters of water per wash.


You’ve got until April 20 to get the Alcatel Idol 3 for $200 on Amazon

Alcatel is one of the first out of the gate with a MWC product launch, showing off a smartphone that will be its first worldwide launch. Find out all the details we have on the OneTouch Idol 3.


Everything you need to know about the Windows 10 Mobile Technical Preview

Microsoft is bringing Windows 10 to your Windows smartphone, creating a unified, seamless, cross-platform experience across all your Windows devices. Here's a rundown of the new features we can expect.


Here are all the places and companies that support Apple Pay (Canada added!)

Apple Pay is growing rapidly, so we've built a list of all the vendors, retailers, and companies that plan to support Apple Pay or already do. Plus, we've integrated details on its forthcoming international launch.


Watch 100 years of the camera’s evolution in less than 10 seconds

The modern camera has evolved numerous times in the past 100 years, from analog to digital. To trace its design evolution, eBay Deals created animations of cameras from the most popular brand.


Hectic days at Tidal HQ: CEO Andy Chen steps down, while Jay-Z calls up subscribers

Getting on the phone to subscribers shows Jay Z’s certainly dedicated to his new streaming service, but changes at the top surprising marketing strategies could be relaying hints of trouble.