Can I Cool Down my MacBook in the Fridge?

If you have a laptop, especially a MacBook, you’ve probably noticed how it heats up considerably with long usage. When this happens, what are your options? Should you give it a rest, move it to the table, or put it in the fridge? This may sound unorthodox, but does it work?

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Impressive Stats for a New Electric Bus

Electric busses have been around for a while, but how efficient are they? How far can they go on one charge? How much energy does this take? Do they have enough power to maintain speed up steep hills? With each passing year, more progress is being made, including one new electric bus that is quite impressive.

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Can your Camera take you Back in Time?

Have you ever been watching your kid’s soccer game, or been walking out in nature when something amazing happened, and you wished desperately you could have gotten it on film? What is you had a camera that allowed you to literally go back in time? A new wearable device could do just this.

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Earbuds Linked to Hearing Loss in Teens

When teens walk around all day looking at their smartphones with their earbuds attached, could this be doing any damage to their bodies? A recent study has found that almost ⅓ of teenagers have a condition called tinnitus. This causes a buzzing or ringing in your ears. According to the study, this is a problem that seems to have no end in sight.

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High Tech Use for Shipping Containers

Reusing and Recycling is all the rage these days. Bags are being made from recycled plastic bottles, tables are created from wood scraps, and old jeans can be turned into purses. These are great ways to avoid creating more waste, but what about reusing things on a large scale. What if you could convert a large shipping container into a mobile tech lab?

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The Union of Apple TV and Lightroom

Not too long ago, Adobe’s Creative Cloud began allowing users cross-platform access to all of their files, but now they’re doing something even more exciting. In July of 2016 they announced the release of a Lightroom Apple TV app that will allow users to share their images on their TV.

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Fake CEO Scams to Watch Out For

As technology increases, so does the sophistication of online scams. Everyday scammers are trying to get to you via websites and emails, hoping you’ll fall prey to their well devised plan to take you money, passwords, or other private information. The FBI has recently issued a warning to be on the lookout for fake CEO scams.

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Mercedes Introduces Wireless Charging for Electric Cars

In the past decade, electric cars have gained in popularity, pushing the limits of what car makers envision for the future. One of the hardest parts of having an electric car is having to charge it. In an effort to make this easier for the consumer, Mercedes has invested in wireless charging.

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