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Don't be fooled, this Pebble-like device could automate and help heat your home better

The Tempo is an environmental monitor that looks like a pebble you picked up on the beach. Not only can it make sure your cigars are in pristine condition, but it can help isolate heating energy waste in your home and act as an iBeacon.

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Nickelodeon breaks out of cable’s cage, preps standalone streaming service

Nickelodeon will be offering its kid's programming through a standalone subscription streaming service, following the lead of other networks going the a la carte route, like HBO and CBS.

Home Theater

Destiny’s infamous loot cave is back from the dead and hungry for brains in Dying Light

Eagle-eyed survivors have found a loot cave (like the infamous Destiny exploit) in Dying Light, the latest open world zombie survive 'em up from Dead Island developer Techland.

Gaming

Stream it or skip it? Death Cab for Cutie and Jagged Edge make their returns

Not sure what new music to listen to? We'll let you know what new tracks are worth listening to and which you should skip. Up this week: Death Cab for Cutie, Jagged Edge, Lil Wayne and many more.

Music

Don’t believe Dodge’s Charger Hellcat can go 204 mph? Watch it here

Dodge says the 2015 Charger SRT Hellcat can go 204 mph, and the car delivers. What does a 707-hp sedan look like hurtling along at the double century? Watch this video to find out.

Cars

Come play Battlefield Hardline early during the free open beta in February

Play Visceral Games' Battlefield Hardline more than a month early in the game's multiplayer open beta, which runs from February 3 to February 8 on all platforms.

Gaming

How to shut off Android notifications (Updated for Android 5.0)

If you're sick of spam Android notifications then identify the apps responsible and get rid of them. We explain how to find offending apps and stop push notifications.

Android Army

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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This sports app provides plenty of advice on how to improve your swinging lifestyle

Zepp's wearables provide a wealth of data on users' golf, tennis, and baseball swings. Now its companion app will give analysis and recommend drills to improve your performance over time.

Wearables

The Focus RS is almost here, but will Ford build a Fiesta RS, too?

The long awaited Ford Focus RS is almost here, but what about a Fiesta RS? Ford already has the Focus and Fiesta ST set, but could it do the same thing with the higher-performance RS models?

Cars

Motrr Galileo auto-rotating dock adds support for iPhone 6, new app for video chat

Creating 360-degree panoramas is a cinch on your iPhone if you have a Galileo robotic dock and a free app from Sphere. The dock automatically pans and tilts your iPhone to capture the view all around you.

Photography

Nvidia vows to assist GTX 970 refunds, roll out performance-improving driver update

After acknowledging the 4GB GeForce GTX 970 GPU is essentially limited to using 3.5GB of VRAM at full speed, Nvidia has promised refunds and driver updates.

Computing

Microsoft’s new Outlook app for iOS and Android syncs all your email together

Microsoft's new Outlook app for iOS and Android syncs email from all your accounts in one place, has a built-in calendar, shows you attachments, and more. The new app makes it much easier to use Outlook email on any platform.

Mobile

Intel’s Basis Peak finally gets notifications for calls, texts, events, and more

The Basis Peak looks like a smartwatch, but acts like a fitness tracker. The Peak can monitor your heart rate, sleep, activity, and overall wellness.

Wearables